Who we are

Our story

Edita is a transnational enterprise that was born out of the experience of graduate school and the search of a professional career at a time of economic crisis and structural transformations in the Humanities. We are a team of highly- educated women with skills in writing, archival research, theory of literature, Paleography, Spanish and English, translation, academic publishing, and career promotion. All of us understand the pressure and expectations of Academia, and we want to support everyone that is seeking to find a place in the current market.

Five women, one great team

Dr. Paula De La Cruz-Fernández

Dr. Paula De La Cruz-Fernández

Ph.D. in History in 2013 from Florida International University

Paula A. de la Cruz-Fernandez was awarded a Ph.D. in History in 2013 by Florida International University. She received her M.A. in Anthropology and her B.A. in History from the Universidad de Granada, Spain. Paula is experienced in using Paleography to understand and transcribe historical documents. Since 2007, she has worked as a copy editor on several research projects in Spanish and English, and as a postdoctoral fellow she conducted archival research in Spain, Mexico, the United Kigndom, and the United States. She has published in high-impact journals like Enterprise and Society and Business History Review, and her co-authored book (with Aurora Morcillo, Maria Asunción Gómez and José González Morcillo) The Modern Spain Sourcebook appeared in 2017. Since 2014 she has contracted with institutions on several projects as a professionally-trained digital archivist.

Raquel Álvarez Aguilera

Raquel Álvarez Aguilera

B.A. from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and the Royal Holloway School of London

Raquel Álvarez Aguilera was awarded her B.A. from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and the Royal Holloway School of London. She received her Proficiency in English by the University of Cambridge. She has worked on several translating projects for numerous institutions, spanning the academic and business worlds. She combines her career as translator and interpreter with her job as an English teacher in one of Madrid’s best regarded English academies.

Dr. Elisabeth O'Kane Lipartito

Dr. Elisabeth O'Kane Lipartito

Ph.D. in American History from the University of Houston in 1993

Elisabeth O’Kane Lipartito is an independent historian, freelance editor, and Cambridge certified ESOL instructor. She received her Ph.D. in History from the University of Houston and has worked as an editor and consultant on a wide variety of book projects. These range from histories of the various institutions of the Texas Medical Center, to the history of the Kennedy Space Center, to a study of spousal murder in the late colonial Spanish Atlantic, to present day U.S. and Japanese cultural relations. She has also worked on many Ph. D. dissertations, Master’s theses, and scholarly articles for academic journals as proof reader, editor, and developmental editor. With William H. Kellar she is the author of Service Corporation International: The Creation of the Modern Death Care Industry (1999). She also served for four years as Managing Editor of Enterprise & Society: The International Journal of Business History published by Oxford University Press.

Dr. Magdalena Romero Córdoba

Dr. Magdalena Romero Córdoba

Ph.D. degree in Hispanic and Luso Brazilian Literatures and Languages from the Graduate Center, C.U.N.Y

Magdalena Romero holds a Ph.D. degree in Hispanic and Luso Brazilian Literatures and Languages from the Graduate Center, C.U.N.Y. She received her M.A. from the University of Delaware and her B.A. from the Universidad de Granada, Spain. Magdalena has been teaching Spanish at different colleges in the United States since 2006 and has been working as an editor for numerous on-line journals since 2010. She has also collaborated as a Spanish translator for many projects in New York.

Dr. Amanda Snyder

Dr. Amanda Snyder

Ph.D. in History in 2013 from Florida International University

Amanda Snyder received her Ph.D. in History from Florida International University in 2013. She holds a B.A. in English Literature and History from Wake Forest University. Following a postdoctoral fellowship at UCLA, Dr. Snyder served as Co-Director of a new Teaching Writing in History Program at Florida International University for 2014-2015. She has been a managing and contributing editor for the Atlantic Millenium and the Florida Conference of Historians. Dr. Snyder has extensive experience as an editor and has worked in archives throughout the United States, Latin America, and Europe.

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