Paula de la Cruz-Fernández, Ph.D.
Paula de la Cruz-Fernández, Ph.D. is a Principal and Secretary-Treasurer of the Business History Group and is a historian of gender and international business with a focus in Southern Europe and Latin America. She is also a digital archivist, heritage manager, and a digital preservation expert. Dr. de la Cruz-Fernández is the editor of the Business History Conference blog, “The Exchange,” as well as the manager of the language services group Edita.us. She has published in Enterprise and Society and the Business History Review, and has contributed to several projects as an editor and translators in Spanish and English.
Dr. de la Cruz-Fernández holds a B.A. in History and a M.A. in Anthropology, Universidad de Granada, and a Ph.D. in History, Florida International University.
Dr. de la Cruz-Fernández’s latest publications are “Multinationals and Gender: Singer Sewing Machine and Marketing in Mexico, 1890-1930,” Business History Review (2015), and The Modern Spain Sourcebook: A Cultural History from 1600 to the Present (2018). Her chapter “Manufacturing and the Importance of Global Marketing,” is forthcoming in the Routledge companion to the Makers of Global Business (2019).
Among her books are:
The Modern Spain Sourcebook: A Cultural History from 1600 to the Present