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Fernando Ortiz-Moya博士

建筑与建筑环境系助理教授(讲师) , 理工学院

学历

建筑硕士学位、理学硕士、博士

联系方式

  • 理工学院楼 324 室  
    中国宁波泰康东路199号宁波诺丁汉大学
  • +86 (0) 574 8818 0000-8375
  • +86 (0) 574 8818 0175
  • Fernando.OrtizMoya@nottingham.edu.cn
Fernando

简介

Fernando Ortiz Moya博士是宁波诺丁汉大学建筑与建筑环境系助理教授。他的教学内容主要为建筑学和城市设计,以及我们的物理环境促进社会一体化和平等的不同方式。他获得了东京大学建筑学的博士学位,爱丁堡大学城市研究专业的理学硕士学位以及马德里技术大学的建筑硕士学位。他的研究集中于我们城市体系的全球化大转变,特别是在衰退的城市,探索不同国家对城市衰败所产生的问题的反应。同时,Fernando Ortiz Moya博士也从电影的角度来研究城市,分析电影媒体如何描绘我们不断变化的建筑环境。

主要研究方向

  • 全球城市化进程

  • 衰退的城市

  • 日本城市

  • 城市电影解读

近期发表著作

 期刊论文

  • 2018    Ortiz-Moya, F. Green Growth Strategies in a Shrinking City: Tackling Urban Revitalization Through Environmental Justice in Kitakyushu City, Japan. Journal of Urban Affairs. DOI: 10.1080/07352166.2018.1448225

    2016    Ortiz-Moya, F. and Moreno, N. The Incredible Shrinking Japan: Cinematic Representations of Urban Decline. CITY, 20 (6), pp. 880-903. DOI: 10.1080/13604813.2016.1239445

    2015    Ortiz-Moya, F. and Moreno, N. Filming Industrial Japan: Kitakyushu, Rise and Decline of the Iron Town. Regional Studies, Regional Science, 2, pp. 479-487. DOI: 10.1080/21681376.2015.1085328

    2015    Ortiz-Moya, F. Coping with Shrinkage: Rebranding Post-Industrial Manchester. Sustainable Cities and Society, 15, pp. 33-41. DOI: 10.1016/j.scs.2014.11.004

书籍章节

  • 2015    Ortiz-Moya, F. and Moreno, N. Paisaje del Japón Industrial: Kitakyushu, Reflejos Cinematográficos de la Ciudad del Acero. In: Azevedo, A. F. et al., ed. Intervalo entre Geografía e Cinemas. Minho: Universidad de Minho, pp. 169-190.

    2011    Ortiz Moya, F. From St James Centre to St James Quarter: Failures of the Past and Hopes for the Future. In Cairns, S. et al., ed. Gamma/Jaamaa Urban Fragments: Casablanca/Edinburgh. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, School of Arts, Culture and Environment and Graphical House, pp. 156-164.

收录于百科全书的文章

  • 2018    Ortiz-Moya, F. (forthcoming) ‘Los Santos Inicentes’, ‘Ninette (2005)’, and ‘Pepi, Luci y Bom y Otras Chicas del Montón’. In: Pinar, A. and Jimenez Murguia, S. (ed.) The Encyclopaedia of Contemporary Spanish Films. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield.

    2016    Ortiz-Moya, F. ‘Daimajin Trilogy’ and ‘The Seven Nights of Dreams’. In: Jimenez Murguia, S. (ed.) Encyclopaedia of Japanese Horror Films. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield.

近期研讨会论文

  • 2015    Moreno, N. and Ortiz-Moya, F. Mapping Tokyo’s Cinemas: Asakusa’s Urban Development in Early Modern Japan. In: Beltrame, A. et al., eds. At the Borders of (Film) History. Temporality, Archaeology and Theories. Udine: Forum Editrice Universitaria Udinese SRL, pp. 441-452.

    2013    Ortiz-Moya, F. Flagship Developments Rebranding Shrinkage: The Case of Manchester. In:  Chong, W. et al., eds. ICSDEC 2012: Developing the Frontier of Sustainable Design, Engineering and Construction, pp. 230-237.

近期会议报告(2016-2018)

2018    The Joys of ‘Inaka’ Living: Framing Alternative Lifestyles in Contemporary Japanese Anime. [with Nieves Moreno] British Association for Japanese Studies. The University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK, September 5-7.

2018    Heritage for Whom? In the Face of Decline. [with Ali Cheshmehzangi] Tangible—Intangible Heritage(s): Design, Social and Cultural Critiques on the Past, Present and Future. The University of East London, London, UK, June 14-15.

2018    The Slow Death of Yubari City: Social Responses to the Disappearance of a Japanese Mining City. Urban Affairs Association 48th Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, April 4-7.

2017    The University City is Here to Stay: Transnational Partnerships in Industry and Education, a Case Study of the University of Nottingham Ningbo China. 14th International Congress of Asian Planning Schools Association, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, October 12-14.

2017    The Feminisation of Motherland: Re-imaging Female Reverse Migrants in Contemporary Japanese Cinema. [with Nieves Moreno] Women in Asia Conference, The University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia, September 26-28.

2017    Depopulation and the Environment: How Japan can Lead the Way. 15th International Conference of the European Association for Japanese Studies, Lisbon, Portugal, August 30 – September 2.

2017    Urban Glass Walls: Filmic Readings of Fragmentation and Disconnection in Urban Japan and China [with Nieves Moreno]. Imagining the Future: Community Innovation and Social Resilience in Asia, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, February 23-25.

2016    U-Turn and the Pursuit of Happiness: the “back to basics” Japanese Cinema [with Nieves Moreno]. European Association for Japanese Studies Conference in Japan, Kobe University, Kobe, Japan, September 24-25.

2016    Contextual Urban Regeneration: Approaches to Tackling Decline in Pittsburgh and Kitakyushu. 11th International Symposium on Architectural Interchanges in Asia, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, September 20-23.

2016    Back-to-basics: U-Turn Cinema and the revaluation of societal values in contemporary Japan [with Nieves Moreno]. Joint East Asian Studies Conference, SOAS, London, September 7-9.

2016    Refurbishment as a Regeneration Strategy: the Case of Pittsburgh, Annual Meeting of the Architectural Institute of Japan. Fukuoka, Japan, August 24-26.

2016    Fragmented Urban Realities: Filmic Representations of Industrial Society in China and Japan [with Nieves Moreno]. Situating Huallywood Annual Conference. Ningbo Institute of Technology, Zhejiang University, Ningbo, China, May 14-15.