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BESO ROS, ADRIAN

BESO ROS, ADRIAN

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Conservador/a del Patrimoni Artistic

(9639) 83464

adria.beso@uv.es

Biography
 

Torrent (Valencia), 1967. Degree in Geography and History (1990) and PhD in Art History (2010) from the University of Valencia. He has developed his professional activity as director of the Museu Comarcal de l'Horta Sud Josep Ferrís March, from its creation in 1996 until 2013, which he has combined during this period with teaching as an associate teacher in the Department of Art History at the University of Valencia, as an assistant professor since 2013 and since 2018 as a senior lecturer. He has been an elected member of the faculty since 2014, where as such he has formed part of several university management bodies, such as the Governing Council, the Statutes Commission and the Faculty Board. Since September 2018, he has been responsible for the cultural heritage conservation area at the University of Valencia.

His lines of research focus on the study of certain manifestations of cultural heritage related to the landscapes where they are integrated, such as popular architecture, industrial architecture and the heritage of public works, on which he has published various contributions in specialized journals and collective works.

He has worked on drawing up inventories of immovable ethnological heritage (1994) and industrial heritage in the Valencian Community (1997-2005) and has been a member of the drafting teams of various territorial planning instruments, special plans, master plans for monuments and municipal catalogues of protected buildings and spaces, and has authored a good number of reports on the protection and management of immovable cultural monuments. He has participated in more than ten research contracts and in several R&D projects financed in public calls.

SANCHEZ MUÑOZ, DAVID ELIAS

SANCHEZ MUÑOZ, DAVID ELIAS

Biography
 

Associate lecturer in the Department of Art History at the University of Valencia, and Cultural Heritage Technician at the FGUV. In recent years, he has developed his work around the study of the history of architecture and cultural heritage.

With a PhD in Art History from the University of Valencia, in 2011 he was awarded the Senyera Prize for Historical Research by Valencia City Council for his work on architecture in Valencia between the end of the Civil War and the flood of 1957, which led to the publication of the book Arquitectura y espacio urbano en Valencia, 1939-1957 (Valencia City Council, 2012). He is also the author of several books and articles on the history of Valencia, its architecture and urban planning, during the first six decades of the 20th century. He has also published several works on the study, research, cataloguing and dissemination of the cultural heritage of the University of Valencia.

In 2021, together with the architect Amando Llopis, he won the COACV 2021 Architecture Prize for his work in disseminating the figure of the architect Javier Goerlich Lleó, through the curatorship of the exhibition on this architect.

MORA CASTRO, AMPARO JOSE

MORA CASTRO, AMPARO JOSE