Goran Đurđević (1988), a Croatian-born archaeologist and ancient and environmental historian who works as lecturer/assistant professor at Beijing Foreign Studies University. He is educated in Croatia (University of Zadar), India (Mumbai University), China (Capital Normal University in Beijing) and the USA (UCLA) in the fields of archaeology, history and comparative mythology. He obtained Ph.D. at Capital Normal University in 2021 (thesis Reflection in Qin – Han and Roman Art: a comparative study of ancient mirrors). Three main focuses of research interest are: a) global antiquities and comparative archaeology, b) digital humanities, c) environmental humanities. Currently, he (co-)leads digital humanities project Mirror Studies. He was awarded Ph.D. scholarship by the Government of People’s Republic of China, outstanding student scholarship by the Croatian Ministry of Science and Education, and he is a double winner of Rector´s Award for academic years 2007/2008 and 2011/2012 at the University of Zadar. He is also the (co-)author of two books, five edited volumes and around 30 papers and book chapters published in Croatian, English, Spanish, Russian, and Chinese.