Auteur : Carmen Rueda Galán

Instituto universitario de investigación en arqueología ibérica
Universidad de Jaén
Campus Las Lagunillas s/ n 23071. Edif. c6,
Jaén (España)
caruegal@ujaen.es
0000-0003-2531-7197

nuage de mots Rueda
Since she joined the Andalusian Centre for Iberian Archaeology (CAAI-UJAEN), in 1999, Carmen Rueda Galán has been linked to this excellence group that focuses on research into the archaeology of the Iberian societies. It is in this context that she developed my DEA work and, having received an FPU grant (2003-2007), her doctoral thesis (European mention and extraordinary doctorate award). Within this framework, she undertook stays at the Università di Perugia, the Università di Cagliari and the CSIC Institute of History and took part in international (AREA; EPOCH) and national (Baecula) projects. Her postdoctoral period began with a postdoctoral contract at the Spanish School of History and Archaeology of Rome (CSIC), which was followed by a grant for postdoctoral mobility, MICINN R+D+i Plan 2008-2011. Between 2008 and 2011 (34 months), she continued her research, joining in fully with the Spanish and European research actions and projects (DressID. Clothing and identities; Transformation and continuity in Iberian Contestania and Bastetania; Study of the Hannibalic war scenarios of Numistro and Grumentum).
In 2011 Carmen Rueda Galán obtained a contract under the Juan de la Cierva programme. That contract was followed by another that was part of the UJA Consolidation Plan (FEDER) and the one more in the R+D+I Projects Programme, Challenges in Research JIN-2014. She is currently Contracted Ramón y Cajal (RyC 2017-22122). In total, she has benefitted from more than 14 years of post-doctoral contracts achieved through competitive calls.
She has participated as a researcher in more than 25 competitive projects (Baecula, CARARE, CATA, GENDAR, etc.), been principal researcher in 11 of them. They were all obtained through competitive calls, demonstrating her ability to attract resources. She emphasize, within the line in which the current project is requested, that she has been IP of the Project 3D y SIG para la interpretación y difusión de un acontecimiento histórico-arqueológico: la Batalla de Baecula en el camino de Aníbal (HAR2014-59008-JIN, MICINN) ; Iliturgi: Conflicto, Territorio y Paisajes Sagrados (Consejería de Cultura de la Junta de Andalucía) ;
RitualPaths. Metodología arqueológica para el análisis de la movilidad ritual en los paisajes religiosos de época ibérica (ss. V-III a.n.e.). P20_00301 ;Estudio arqueológico integral del santuario ibero de la Cueva de la Lobera (Castellar, Jaén): nuevas estrategias de investigación desde la interdisciplinariedad. ARQCULT ; Oppidum de Puente Tablas (Consejería de Cultura de la Junta de Andalucía) ; Iliturgi gens. Conflicto, postguerra y cambios sociales en el paisaje (PID2020-118164GB-I00) and the Project Metauro (T002019N0000040044, Ministerio de Cultura, 2019). She has also participated in international activities as a researcher and member of international projects in the framework of European programmes of recognised prestige: Programa Marco, ICT Policy Support Programme, Culture 2000 Programme, ERASMUS+.
Her professional career has produced more than 150 publications, including many in prestigious journals (Quaternary International, Journal of Roman Archaeology, Archivo Español de Arqueología, Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, Trabajos de Prehistoria, Gladius, etc.), as well as 12 books (5 as author and 7 as scientific editor). Carmen Rueda Galán has participated in numerous congresses, courses, and national and international seminars (more 150) and she has experience in organising R+D+i activities, including as the director of various congresses and international scientific seminars. At the university, she has taken on management and teaching responsibilities in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. She is the director of 3 doctoral thesis and currently directing 1 doctoral theses (Spatial Archaeology Doctorate Programme, UJA). Carmen Rueda Galán sit on various scientific and technical committees, among them she has been a member of the Andalusian Archeology Commission.


Bibliography
  • MACHAUSE, S.; RUEDA, C.; GRAU, I.; ROURE, R. (2021, eds.): ROCK & RITUAL. Caves, Rocky Places and Religious Practices in the Ancient Mediterranean. Collection «Mondes anciens». Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée. ISBN 978-2-36781-424-7.
  • RUEDA, C.; HERRANZ, A. B.; BELLÓN, J. P.; et al. (2021): “Ofrendas en el humedal: el santuario ibero del Haza del Rayo (Sabiote, Jaén)”, Trabajos de Prehistoria. 78 – 1: 140 – 152. https://doi.org/10.3989/tp.2021.12269 .
  • RUEDA, C.; BELLÓN, J. P.; HERRANZ, A. B.; et al. (2021): “Interdisciplinary methodology for the characterisation of a temporary paleo-wetland in Loma de Úbeda (Jaén, Spain)”, Inland Waters. 11 – 4: 556 -568. https://doi.org/10.1080/20442041.2021.199704
  • RUEDA, C. y OLMOS, R. (2019): “Youth in an enclosed context: new notes on the attic pottery from the Iberian necropolis of Tútugi (Granada, Galera)”, in M. Kõiv et al. (Eds.): Greek Art in motion. Conference in Honour of Sir Jonh Boardman, Archaeopress, Publichers of Academic Archaeology, Oxford: 214-227.
  • BELLÓN, J. P.; RUEDA, C.; LECHUGA, M. A.; RUIZ, A.; MOLINOS, M. (2017): “Archaeological methodology applied to the analysis of battlefields and military encampments of the Second Punic War: Baecula”, Quaternary International, vol. 435, Part B: 81-97. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2016.01.021 .
  • RUEDA, C.; GONZÁLEZ-MARCÉN, P.; SÁNCHEZ-ROMERO, M. et al.; SOLER, B. (2021): Cuerpos estereotipados, cuerpos enterrados, cuerpos representados, cuerpos cambiantes. Una aproximación panorámica desde la arqueología feminista. Anales de Arqueología y Etnología 76 – 2: 215-251. https://doi.org/10.48162/rev.46.008
  • BELLÓN, J. P.; RUEDA, C.; LECHUGA, M. A.; RUIZ, A.; MOLINOS, M. (2017): “Archaeological methodology applied to the analysis of battlefields and military encampments of the Second Punic War: Baecula”, Quaternary International, vol. 435, Part B: 81-97. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2016.01.021
  • BELLÓN, J.P.; RUEDA, C.; LECHUGA, M. A.; MORENO, Mª I. (2016): “An archaeological analysis of a Second Punic War battlefield: the camps of the Battle of Baecula”. Journal of Roman Archaeology, 29: 73 – 104. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1047759400072056
  • RUEDA, C.; RÍSQUEZ, C.; HERRANZ, A. (2018): “Maternities in Iberian societies. Strategies, regulations and representations in the ritual context (4th-2nd centuries BC). En M. Sánchez y R. M. Cid (Eds.): Motherhood and infancies in the Mediterranean in Antiquity. SCCiP Monograph Series, Oxbow., 2018: 104-122.


Vivencia patrimonial en la exposición: Las edades de la mujeres iberas… (©Museo Ibero, 2019).


Religiosidad Ibera.


Proyecto Ilitauro, 2017-2020.


Las mujeres también hacen comunidad. Carmen Rueda.


Mujeres íberas. De la investigación a la Difusión.


Exvotos Iberos. Paisajes sagrados, peregrinaciones y ritos. Pilar Palazón in memoriam.


Matrimonio y pareja en la cerámica ática.


For more than a decade, the University Research Institute for Iberian Archaeology at the University of Jaén has been developing a line of research focused on the study of conflict scenarios related to the Second Punic War.
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