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.
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.
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”.
In terms of arts and humanities, the following subjects have been most successful in the survey: English Language and Literature (146th), Philosophy (139th), History (177th), Linguistics (186th), and Modern Languages (202th).
3rd biennial conference is open to researchers from the fields of political philosophy, political theory, intellectual history and other related disciplines. Abstracts and proposals should be submitted by June 10th.
The Faculty of Arts is pleased to announce a recent award given to the East and Central European Studies (ECES) program by way of its long-time partner, the American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS).