Martin S. Goffriller

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Martin S. Goffriller,博士,副教授,德国慕尼黑人,毕业于英国利物浦大学考古学和建筑历史专业。曾在英国利物浦大学、曼彻斯特大学和诺丁汉大学任职,从事科学研究工作,目前为建筑与设计学院副教授,利物浦大学客座研究员。主要研究领域集中在伊斯兰教传播时期对西班牙、阿拉伯世界、中亚以及中国等地得城市、贸易、防御工事等。

Goffriller博士一直专注于建筑历史和城市考古。本科就学于东英吉利大学,主要中世纪欧洲和拜占庭式建筑以及军事要塞。在2004年攻读硕士学位期间,关注穆斯林和基督徒之间的艺术交流,伊比利亚半岛的安达卢西亚建筑遗产吉文化。

2005-2006年曾就职于中国湖南省衡阳师范学院,教授西方历史和艺术史,并在亚洲各地旅行。后来在马略卡岛的埃克塞特大学开始了其伊斯兰教影响下的中世纪的建筑和城市考古研究。主要研究防御性建筑、领土划界以及部落环境中空间身份的社会政治含义。

2011年,他加入了诺丁汉特伦特大学Bandyopadhyay教授的团队,并成为ArCHIAM(印度,阿拉伯和马格里布的建筑与文化遗产)的创始成员之一,他的主要研究兴趣在于研究阿曼苏丹国的绿洲定居点以及海上丝绸之路的演变以及瓷器贸易对阿曼建筑的影响。此外,Goffriller博士参与了海湾地区的公共与私人机构的十几项文化遗产管理计划和政府报告的制定。

Dr. Martin S. Goffriller is an archaeologist and architectural historian currently working as an Associate Professor at the China University of Mining and Technology in Xuzhou, PRC. His research has concentrated on trade, urbanism and fortification during the medieval period across Eurasia with particular foci in Islamic Spain, Arabia, and Central Asia as well as China.

Always focused on architectural history and archaeology, Dr. Goffriller read his undergraduate degree on medieval European and Byzantine architecture at the University of East Anglia, with a particular interest in fortification. During his MA in 2004 his focus turned onto the Andalusi architectural heritage of the Iberian Peninsula where he concentrated on the artistic exchange that grew between Muslims and Christians.

After a number of years of teaching Western history and history of art at the Hunan University of Arts and Sciences in China, and travelling widely throughout Asia, Martin embarked on a PhD into the Islamic past of his native Mallorca at the University of Exeter. As a Marie Curie Research Fellow his research explored the socio-political implications of defensive architecture, delimitation and organization of territories and spatial identities in tribal contexts.

In 2011 he joined Prof. Bandyopadhyay’s team at Nottingham Trent University and became one of the founding members of ArCHIAM (Architecture and Cultural Heritage of India, Arabia and the Maghreb), where his main research interest lay in the study of oasis settlements in the Sultanate of Oman, and the evolution of the Maritime Silk Road and the influence of the porcelain trade on Omani Architecture. Additionally, Dr. Goffriller was closely involved in the development of around one dozen heritage management plans and government reports for public and private agencies in the Gulf region.

Dr. Goffriller has travelled widely throughout Asia with extended stays in China, the Middle East and Central Asia. At present he is developing a series of documentation projects in Central Asia, specifically Kazakhstan and Tajikistan, studying medieval urbanism in the context of the Silk Road by documenting the long-disappeared cities of the Dzhety Azar culture (1stc. BCE – 8thc. CE).

Affiliations:

Current:

Associate Professor at China university of Mining and Technology, PRC.

Honorary Researcher at University of Liverpool, UK

Past:

Lecturer at University of Liverpool, UK

Senior Lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Research Fellow at Nottingham Trent University, UK

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