M. Celia Adrián Rodríguez

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Degree in Music in the Madrid Royal Conservatory of Music and degree in Geography and History from UVigo. She passes in 2007 the Certificate of Pedagogical Aptitude from the Complutense University of Madrid.
Her interest in interdisciplinary led her to study in 2012 the Master in Museology, Criticism and Contemporary Art at the USC and in the musical field, among many other pedagogical and interpretive training courses. She highlights the realization of an Accordion Specialization Course at MUSIKENE, in 2014. She teaches as a civil servant at the Professional Conservatory of Ourense. She is currently a student in the UVigo’s Doctoral Program in Protection of Cultural Heritage.

 

Susana Blanco Rodríguez

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She has a degree in history in 1999, in 2000 she completed the Pedagogical Aptitude Course.
In 2014 she studied the Master in History, Territory and Heritage. In 2020 she is doing her Doctoral Thesis at UVigo and working as a tourist guide in the city of Soria and eventual guide at the Numancia archaeological site.

 

Laura Casal Fernández

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She has a degree in Business Administration and Management and a degree in History, in the last one discipline with the specialties of Ancient History and Archaeology. Master in Technologies for the Protection of Cultural Heritage. She got UVigo´s Academic Excellence Award (EIDO).
She has a research grant at UNIARQ (Lisbon). I have participated in several R+D projects of archaeological intervention in sites such as the Armea Castro in Allariz or Río Barbanza and Porto Traveso in the Barbanza´s chain of mountains.

 

Cátia Daniela Longras Cardoso

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Degree in Heritage Management (2016) from the Porto Polytechnic Higher Education School. Postgraduate in Communication, Art and Culture (2017) from the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Minho.
In 2019 she finished her Master in Heritage, Arts and Cultural Tourism from the Porto Higher School of Education. In 2018 she was part of the team of Student Researchers at the Research Center, Inovação en Educaçãoción de ESE | P. PORTO.
In 2019, she joined the team of Collaborating Researchers from the same research center and she began the Doctoral Program in Protection of Cultural Heritage of the University of Vigo, University of Santiago de Compostela and University of Coruña.

 

Ana Rita Gomes Costa

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Degree in History of Art and Master in History of Art and Heritage from the University of Lisbon, a postgraduate degree in Tourism from the Escola Superior de Turismo e Hostaleria de Estoril. Currently she is a student of the Doctorate Program in Cultural Heritage Protection at the Universidade de Vigo, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela and Universidade da Coruña.

Professionally, he has a long experience in communication through different media, ranging from websites to radio or printed media. In addition, he also has important work experience in the field of tourism.

 

Benito Márquez Castro

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He has a degree in History from the Faculty of Ourense (UVigo, 2010). Master of History, Territory and Heritage (UVigo, 2011). I have participated in several congresses of Spanish universities (UMA, UM, etc.). Also I have written several scientific articles. Between 2015 and 2019 I was a councilor for Sports, Management and Protection of Historical Heritage, Transparency and New Technologies in the town of Ponteareas. I am currently a high school teacher at CPR Montesol (Coia, Vigo) and Councilor for Human Resources and Innovation and Technological Development in the same town, combining my work facet with the development of my doctoral thesis in the framework of the arrival of the suevians to Gallaecia in the Late Antiquity, within the Interuniversity Doctoral Program in Protection of Cultural Heritage (University of Vigo).

 

María José Martínez González

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She has a degree in History from the University of Vigo (2008). With the thesis (2012), “Roman funerary monuments in the Territory of Galicia today: stelae, plows and plates”.
She collaborated in different research projects such as “The excavation and enhancement of the Galician-Roman Castro of Santa Lucia, Astariz (2016-2017)” or the “Heritage and Environmental Recovery Project of the Castelo de Lobarzán / Castro das Laxes das Chas (2019) ”. At a professional level, she is working for the archaeology company Terra Arqueos S.L.

 

Nikole Mira Jorge

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She has a degree in History from the University of Vigo. She is a member of the Group of Studies on Archaeology, Antiquity and Territory (GEAAT) assigned to the specialty of classic era.

 

Eduardo Breogán Nieto Muñiz

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He has a degree from the Faculty of History of Ourense (UVigo, 2000), Diploma of Advanced Studies (UVigo, 2003. He won three times the grant of the Provincial Archaeological Museum of Ourense (2002-2005), and he is a teacher at the Faculty of History of Ourense (2012-2013).

Professional archaeologist (2003) and founder of Breogán Arqueoloxía (2010), he was the director in many rescue and research interventions, as in the necropolis of San Vitor de Barxacova (Parada de Sil, 2010-2018), Roman town of Bouzadoiro (Cabreiroá, Verín, 2015), Castelo do Casón (Ortigueira, 2015), Castro de Famelga (Cotobade, 2017), Castro de Santa Lucía de Astariz (Castrelo de Miño, 2016-2017) or in the Archaeological-Natural Space of Santomé (Ourense, 2019). Archaeologist in Castromao (Celanova) excavations between 2000 and 2008 and participants in international projects such as Berenike Project 2014 (Red Sea, Egypt, with the Polish Center for Egyptology in Cairo and the University of Delaware). Currently, he is an archaeologist at the Concello de Celanova (2018).

 

Nerea Ruanova Álvarez

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She is a Graduate in Classical Philology at the University of Santiago de Compostela. She did the Master’s Degree in Secondary Education and the Inter-University Master’s Degree in Archaeology and Antiquity Era Science. Her master’s thesis, tutored by Adolfo Fernández Fernández, entitled “Review and new contributions to the pot marks in Terra Sigillata Itálica and Sudgálica in Lucus Augusti”. She is currently completing his thesis in the doctoral program in the Protection of Cultural Heritage at the University of Vigo.

 

Jessica Silvares de Dios

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Degree in History from the University of Salamanca, Master in Archaeology from the Autonomous University of Madrid, Master’s Degree from UVigo. Currently, she is combining research as a member of the Group of Archaeology Studies, Antiquity and Territory (GEAAT) with her role as a Museum Guide for the company Trivium s.l.

 

 

Martiño Xosé Vázquez Mato

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He has a degree in History from the University of Vigo, where he is also pursuing his Master’s and PhD studies. He has completed several postgraduate studies at the CSIC, specializing in the application of GITs in archaeology. I’ve published a book and a dozen scientific articles related to Cultural Heritage. As well as participated in more than a dozen research projects and enhancement of the Archaeological Heritage. He currently works as a professor in the Master of the University of Vigo in Valuation, Management and Protection of Cultural Heritage. As a predoctoral researcher of the GEAAT. He focuses his work on the study of the Galician iron-age culture, paying special attention to the settlement in the south of the province of Ourense.

 

Roberto Yebra Crespo

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Degree in History from the University of Vigo, he combines his role as researcher in the Group of Studies of Archaeology, Antiquity and Territory (GEAAT) with his work in the Municipal Service of Archaeology of the Council of Ourense since 1998.
He is currently working on his doctoral thesis project “Roman mining and settlement in the northwestern quadrant of the province of Orense”, directed by Prof. Milagros Cavada Nieto and by Prof. Manuel Villanueva Acuña.

 

 

Shi Ying

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She has a degree in tourism management from Liaoning University (China) between 2007 and 2011, she studied her master at this same university, in the subject of Tourism Management between 2011 and 2014.
She has an important scientific production on the social challenges of tourism in her native country, including many published articles, the participation of up to ten research projects and the registration of two patents.