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  SARABIA BAUTISTA, JULIA

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SARABIA BAUTISTA, JULIA

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PROFESOR/A AYUDANTE DOCTOR/A (LOU)
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PREHIST.,ARQ,H.ANTIGUA,FIL.GR Y FIL.LAT.
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I.U. INVESTIGACION ARQ. Y PATR. HIST.
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Academic background

  • Doctor en Historia, orientación Arqueología
    Universidad de Alicante (22/10/2010)
  • Licenciado con Grado en Historia (Arqueología)
    Universidad de Alicante (12/05/2001)
  • Licenciado en Historia (orientación en Arqueología)
    Universidad de Alicante (10/07/1998)

Currently a PhD assistant lecturer in the University of Alicante’s area of Archaeology and researcher at the UA Institute for Archaeology and Heritage Research (INAPH), where she is PI of the UA-funded project “TERRA. Territorio y Resiliencia” (“TERRA. Territory and Resilience”). Until September 2019, she was a distinguished researcher in the University of Alicante’s TALENTO programme, and between 2016 and 2018, a PhD researcher within the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness’s Juan de la Cierva-Employment Programme, at the Department of Prehistory, Archaeology, Ancient History, Greek Studies and Latin Studies.  She has been a lecturer in the UA Master’s Degree in Professional Archaeology and Heritage Management since 2007. Julia Sarabia belongs to the INAPH-affiliated Research Group in Archaeology and Heritage, where she is working on a research line in organisation and transformation of cultural landscapes in the Iberian Peninsula and northern Italy since Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages.

From January 2012 to January 2016, she was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Padua, Italy, first with a postdoctoral mobility contract from the Spanish Ministry of Education (2012-2014). After that, she was hired by the MEMOLA FP7 European project (MEditerranean MOntainous LAndscapes) and as an assegnista di ricerca senior at the University of Padua.

 

There, she was also a cultore della materia (assistant lecturer) in the subject Archeologia Medievale in the Laurea Triennale in Archeologia. Throughout the 2013/2014 academic year, she was hired as a lecturer in the subject Urbanistica e Insediamenti Medievali, in the Laurea Magistrale in Archeologia at the same university, and in the 2014/2015 academic year, she was a lecturer in the subject Archeologia Postclassica within the Scuola di Specializzazione in Archeologia (MA).

 

She worked as a technician in cultural heritage management in the public administration (2003-2010) and as an archaeologist in the commercial sector (2011).

Qualified by Spain’s National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA) as a PhD contract lecturer, PhD assistant lecturer and private university lecturer since 2015. She has one six-year research activity period, recognised by the Valencia Region Agency for Prospective Planning and Assessment (AVAP) in June 2017.