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Guo Wu
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2016-04-27
RESUME
 
Qualifications or education

Guo wu. Male, Born in Kunming of Yunnan province on February 18, 1971.The bachelor's degree graduated from Peking University to study archaeology with history in 1995. Graduated from School of Archaeological and Museology, Peking University with the history master's degree in 1999, the project was concerned on The Bronze and Iron Cauldrons Spreading in the Eurasian steppes. Went to the Institute of Archaeology of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences to work in 1999, Has been one of the archaeological members in Xinjiang team of Borderland Nationality and Religion Research Room of the Research Center in the borderland of archaeological studies. Graduated from Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences with the history PH.D in 2005, the dissertation was concerned on the Study On the Archaeological Cultures distributed in the region of Tianshan Mountains in the first millennium BC.

 
 
Personal profile

Archaeology of Xinjiang, Archaeological research studies of Eurasia steppe and archaeological studies of the cultural exchanges between Chinese and Western.
 
Work experience

 
1.    Archaeological field work
 
Date Activities
September,1993- January,1994 The excavation of royal graveyard in the capital ruins of the Jin Kingdom of the western Zhou in Tianma-Qucun village in Houma in south of Shanxi province
September, 1995
- January,1996
The excavation of Site of Yan Kingdom of the western Zhou in Liulihe town in Beijing
March,1996-July,1996 The excavation of the ruins of Dali Kingdom in Miaopu mountain of Xiaguang city of Yunnan Province
July to August September, 1999 Archaeological drawing of the Buddhism grottoes in Shizhong Mount of Jianchuan county of Yunnan Province
August to October,1999 The excavation of Duogang graveyard of Baicheng county of Xinjiang
October,2000 have been to Berlin, Schwerin, and Wismar in Germany in 2000 , Investigated some sites and the Museums, took part in the excavation of the graveyard of the Iron Age in German , 6th –22nd  October of 2000
September to August, 2001 Investigate the ruins of metallurgy in the region of ancient Kucha
March to June,2002 Archaeological work of Buddhism grottoes in  Qixia mountain of Nanjing in Jiangsu province
April,2006 The excavation of the West Buddhism Temple in Jimsar county in Xinjiang
May to June,2006 The excavation of the Buddhism Temple of ancient Khotan in the site of Damgo in Cele county in Xinjiang
 
August 5,2008
 to August 9,2009
As a visiting scholar in Harvard-Yenching Institute in Harvard University
May 7 to July 2, 2010 The excavation of the Buddhism Temple of ancient Khotan in the site of Damgo in Cele county in Xinjiang
July 9 to July 20,2010 Investigated the nothtern region of the Tianshan mountains in Xinjiang, mainly the region of Altay mountains in Xinjiang

 
Mainly Publications 
 
A: BOOKS

1、The universe in the cauldrons: The Eurasia Steppe and bronze cauldrons. Shanghai: the social publishing house of academy of sciences of Shanghai, 2003.
 
2、The key issue of the country: The Chariots and battle steed in ancient China. Chengdu:Sichuan People's Press, 2004.
 
3、The faith on the horse back: the art of Animal Style in the Eurasia Steppe. Beijing: People's Fine Arts Publishing House, 2004.
 
B: ARTICLES

1、" Spreading of bronze cauldrons at the beginning throughout in the Eurasia. " Eurasian Studies 1. Beijing: Zhonghua Book Company, 1999.
 
2、“On the nomadization of the people settled in the northern regions of China studied on the change of cooking and eating utensils.” Dietetic Culture Research  2001.1.
 
3、" On the origin of bronze cauldrons." Chinese's Archaeology and World Archaeology in the 20th century , Beijing : China Social Sciences Press, 2002.
 
4、 " On the motif of one person between a pair of beasts. " Eurasian Studies 4. Beijing: Zhonghua Book Company, 2004. 
 
5、“Figures of the beasts merged half a fish and half a horse in the Zoroastrian art of ancient China.” Chinese archaeology in the new century: papers in honor of Prof.Wang Zhongshu’s 80th birthday, Beijing : Science Press, 2005.
 
6、“Archaeological research on the reform of social mechanism in the Dongyi societies: implication of the burial M44 at the Dadunzi site in Pixian.” Researches on ancient civilizations (I), Beijing: Cultural relics publishing house, 2005.
 
7、“On the some harnesses from pit 9 attached to a tomb of West Han Dynasty in Luozhuang.” The international academic congress on the archaeology of Han dynasty and sino-culture, Jinan: the Qi-Lu publishing house, 2006.
 
8、“The interrupted phenomena in Xinjiang’s early cultural development.” Cultural relics of Xinjiang 2006.2.
 
9、“A preliminary research on the Sandaohaizi Culture.” Eurasian Studies 7, Beijing:Zhonghua book company,2007.
 
10、“A study of  the second group of bronze/iron FU cauldrons.” Acta archaeological sinica 2007. 1.
 
11、“A summarization of the archaeology of Eurasian steppes.” The western regions studies 2002.1.
 
12、“One of the windows to learn the archaeology in Eurasian Steppe: a Review on Ancient interactions: east and west in Eurasia.” Chinese Culture Quarterly 7, Chinese Civilisation Centre, City University of Hong Kong, 2005
 
13、“From western Asia to the Tianshan Mountains: on the early iron artefacts found in Xinjiang”, J. Mei and Th. Rehren (eds), Metallurgy and Civilisation: Eurasia and Beyond Archetype, London 2009, pp.107-115.
 
14、“The Divine Beast with a Rolling Back Upper Lip: The Griffon of the East.” Eurasian Studies 9, Beijing:Zhonghua book company,2010.
 
Address:
Room 614, the Institute of Archaeology,
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)
27 Wangfujing Dajie
Beijing, 100710, China
 
E-mail:goldsteppe@163.com   gwbluesea@gmail.com 
 
Mobile phone:13581798729


 
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