Galisteo Martínez, José

Universidad de Málaga. Patrimonio Herido. Researchers


José GALISTEO MARTÍNEZ has a degree in Art History from the University of Granada and a Diploma of Advanced Studies and Research Proficiency from the University of Malaga. At present, he is Interim Substitute Professor of the Department of Art History at the University of Malaga and teaches the subject "Cultural Heritage Management" for the Degree in Tourism. His lines of research have been focusing on different historical-cultural aspects of the Modern and Contemporary Age, and Management of Cultural Heritage, mainly. He has collaborated in different national and international exhibition projects, as well as participating as a collaborator in the editing tasks of scientific journals, as well as in the preparation of conference proceedings or correction-editing of exhibition catalogs. Likewise, he has been linked to the municipal delegations of cultural, patrimonial and tourist fields of some local Cordovan entities. He is a member of the Interdisciplinary Group "History of the Province of Córdoba" (HUM-781) of the Junta de Andalucía.  

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Province of Almería

Bien patrimonial. May 24, 2021

Located in the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula and on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, it was founded in the 10th century as an Arab port of the Caliphate of Córdoba, although its origins date back to prehistoric times. In the economic sphere, it reached great prominence at the end of the 19th century with the consolidation of the mining activity and, gradually, it has positioned itself as one of the most important agricultural exploitation areas in Europe. Thanks to its unmatched landscape values, it has been the ideal filming location for the film industry. It has a province made up of 8 judicial districts and 103 municipalities in a total area of 8,774 km2.

Province of Málaga

Bien patrimonial. May 24, 2021

Settled on the south of the Mediterranean coast and having more than 578,000 people, it is the sixth most populated city in Spain. Its province, with a total area of 7,308 km2 distributed in 9 regions and 103 towns, has been dwelled since very ancient times, as witnessed by the set of dolmens in Antequera, as well as the caves of Nerja or La Pileta de Benaoján, among others monuments. Thanks to development experienced throughout the 19th century, it was set as the first industrial city in the country. Malaga treasures a rich and diverse cultural, archaeological, architectural, urban, plastic and natural heritage.