Speaker: GlÚria Munilla
April 11-14, 2007
San Francisco, California

Speakers: Biography

Glòria Munilla

Degree in Humanities. Programme Director
UOC (Open University of Catalonia)
Humanities Studies of the Open University of Catalonia
Av. Tibidabo, 39-43
08035 Spain

Doctor in History, specialty of Prehistoria, Old History and Archaeology. Professor of Prehistoria and Protohistoria in the University of Barcelona between 1991 and 1998, Professor of the Studies of Humanities and Philology of the UOC from 1998 and Director of Program of Humanities of the Studies of Humanities and Philology of the UOC from the 2004. It works in teaching and the investigation in museografía, documentation and diffusion of the Cultural Patrimony and, like so, coordinates the Area of Cultural Management and Patrimony in the Studies of Humanities and Philology. Between 1999 and the 2004 Òliba with the main target has been codirector of the investigation group to analyze the potential of the Technologies of the Information and the Communication in the world of the Patrimony and the museums. From the 2004 she is director of the group of Musei@ investigation, investigation space on Museology, Museography and Heritage. Its field of investigation is also centered in the study of the protohistóricas communities of the north and the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula and, very specially, in problematic of the Final transition Bronze I - First Age of the Iron in the valley of the Ebro and the Iberian world in Catalonia. Now she works in different projects from protohistoric investigation and the archaeological deposits of the I aC. of the Moleta of the Remei (Alcanar, Montsià), Sant Jaume - But Serra (Alcanar, Montsià), Puig de Sant Andreu (Ullastret, Baix Empordà) and Stop d'en de la Cruz (Courteous of Navarre). Member of the research group GRAP (Group of Investigation of Protohistoric Archaeology) coordinated by the Dr Francisco Gracia (Department of Prehistory, Old History and Archaeology of the University of Barcelona). Along with the University of Barcelona works, with the research group, in the development of methods and tools of self-learning and self-evaluation through ICT

Glòria will demonstrate Industrial Heritage, memory preservation and ICT. [Demonstration]