Dusk and Dawn: new monograph about literature between two centuries


The new monograph examines European and American literature from the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth century, tracing not only trends shared by the whole cultural region but also differences manifested in particular national literatures.


Professor Halík's Book Nominated for the 2016 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Award


Professor Halík’s book “I Want You to Be” (University of Notre Dame Press) is a finalist for the 2016 Foreword INDIES book of the Year Award in the Adult Nonfiction, Philosophy category.


Guest Lectures by Prof. Pura Nieto (Brown University) and Prof. David Konstan (NYU)


The Department of Greek and Latin Studies is happy to announce three lectures by renowned experts from American universities, Professor Pura Nieto and Professor David Konstan.

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Department of Translation Studies Hosts Professor Franz Pöchhacker, Renowned Expert on Conference Interpreting


Four lectures by Professor Franz Pöchhacker (Centre for Translation and Interpreting, University of Wien) on most recent findings in the theory of conference interpreting are going to be held on 16 – 17 March 2017.


Lecture by Rebeca Grynspan, Secretary-General of the Ibero-American General Secretariat


Charles University and embassies of Ibero-American countries in the Czech Republic are happy to invite you to a lecture by Ms. Rebeca Grynspan entitled “Ibero-America Facing a Global Uncertainty Context”.