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18.10.2018

Profesor Marc David Baer (London School of Economics and Political Science): Sultans as Saviours: Early Modern Mediterranean Jewish Accounts of the Ottoman Rulers

Profesor Marc David Baer (London School of Economics and Political Science) will give a lecture on "Sultans as Saviors: Early Modern Mediterranean Jewish Accounts of the Ottoman Rulers" "Messianic ...

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22.10.2018

Kalpana Shankar (University College Dublin): Public-Private Partnerships and the Case of Geneaology: Threats to Open Data?

The expansion of digital genealogical research tools has sparked immense growth in this field. A report commissioned by Europeana found that interest in genealogy research doubled between 2008 – 2013 ...

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30.10.2018

FRANKENREADS at Kampus Hybernska

2018 marks the anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein - the novel first appeared in January 1818. Join us for a special Frankenstein reading and screening at the fantastic Ka...

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FRANKENREADS at Kampus Hybernska

2018 marks the anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein – the novel first appeared in January 1818. Join us for a special Frankenstein reading and screening at the fantastic Kampus Hybernská. You may also want to sign up for a short reading from Shelley’s timeless novel (Doodle link). Frankenreads (https://frankenreads.org/) is an international celebration of […]

Christine Ferlampin-Acher (Université Rennes 2): „Malegrape: entre humain et animal dans Artus de Bretagne“ et „La virilité en question dans Artus de Bretagne : le clerc et le chevalier“

Bernhard Struck (University of St Andrews): “Central Europe goes Atlantic. The Partitions of Poland-Lithuania, French Guiana, Hurricanes in the Caribbean, c.1760s-1790”

Jennifer Cole: The linguistic and social functions of prosody

Kalpana Shankar (University College Dublin): Public-Private Partnerships and the Case of Geneaology: Threats to Open Data?

The expansion of digital genealogical research tools has sparked immense growth in this field. A report commissioned by Europeana found that interest in genealogy research doubled between 2008 – 2013 and now online genealogy research is a three billion (US) dollar business. This increased demand has led to a race for market share in the […]

Profesor Marc David Baer (London School of Economics and Political Science): Sultans as Saviours: Early Modern Mediterranean Jewish Accounts of the Ottoman Rulers

Profesor Marc David Baer (London School of Economics and Political Science) will give a lecture on “Sultans as Saviors: Early Modern Mediterranean Jewish Accounts of the Ottoman Rulers” “Messianic impulses lie at the core of early modern Mediterranean Jewish accounts of the Ottoman sultans. Jews’ affective disposition compelled them to be grateful to the rulers […]

The USA and the Origins of Czechoslovakia

The lecture series presented by prof. PhDr. Ivan Šedivý, CSc., Head of the Department of Czech History, forms a part of a new academic initiative for the ECES program – an annual lecture series. This year’s theme is “University and Republic”, focusing on this year’s centennial celebrations. Lecture 1: The USA and the Origins of […]

Judith Okely: Boundaries between Anthropology and Autobiography

Department of Ethnology invites you to attend a lecture „Boundaries between Anthropology and Autobiography“ by Judith Okely, Emeritus Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Oxford. The lecture will be delivered on October the 17th at 12:30 at room 138 (Celetná 20, Prague 1).

Late-Ottoman Identities: the National, Transnational, and Marginal (Workshop)

The annual “Identities in the Middle East Workshop,” organized and hosted by the Institute of Near Eastern and African Studies at Charles University, will be inaugurated with a two day deliberation on late-Ottoman identities. The aim of the workshop is for participants to gain a profound awareness of the conceptualizations and manifestations of individual, communal, […]

Professor Marcella Milana (University of Verona): lectures and seminar on adult education

The Department of Adult Education and Personnel Management cordially invites you to three special presentations by Professor Marcella Milana (University of Verona): methodology and employment of comparative research in education (of adults) – Friday 12 October, 10:50 – 13:15, Room C138 creation and analysis of education policy  – Monday 15 October, 15:50 – 18:15, Room […]