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Department of Greek and Latin Studies

The Department of Greek and Latin Studies conducts research in the linguistic, literary, historical and cultural aspects of several language regions, stretching across a number of historical periods and encompassing the region’s geographical diversity. Chronologically, the research spans from the earliest evidence of Greek and Roman cultures and their Indo-European roots, through the classical period until the Middle Ages (Latin Medieval Studies; Byzantine Studies) and – as far as Greek is concerned – until the present (Modern Greek Studies). This scholarly extent allows our Department to offer a wide range of programmes: four BA majors and six MA majors.

  • Philology – Latin language and literature (BA, MA)
  • Philology – Teaching of Latin language and literature for secondary schools (MA)
  • Philology – Ancient Greek Philology (BA, MA)
  • Philology – Modern Greek Philology (BA, MA)
  • Philology – Latin Medieval Studies (MA)
  • History – History of Ancient Civilization (BA, MA)

All the BA and MA programmes should be studied in combination with another major, with the exception of Latin Medieval Studies (MA), which is realized as double-major as well as mono-major.

The Department also offers PhD studies in three programmes:

  • Philology – Classical Philology
  • Philology – Latin Medieval Studies and Neo-Latin Studies
  • Historical Sciences – History of Classical Antiquity
  • Location

  • Celetná 20

  • 116 42 Prague 1

  • 1st floor, room 146

  • Mailing Address

  • nám. Jana Palacha 2

  • 116 38 Prague 1

  • Director

  • Mgr. Martin Bažil, Ph.D.

  • Deputy Director

  • doc. PhDr. Dagmar Muchnová, CSc.

  • Academic Assistant

  • PhDr. Jan Souček, CSc.

  • Secretariate/Office hours

  • Markéta Křížová

  • Tel.: +420 221 619 739

  • Fax.: +420 221 619 745

  • Monday

    9.00 – 13.00

    Tuesday

    9.00 – 13.00

    Wednesday

    9.00 – 13.00

    Thursday

    9.00 – 13.00

    Friday

    9.00 – 11.00