Calendar: Conference

Current events

International symposium on Minority Languages and Language Policies in the Nordic Countries

Section of Finnish Studies and Section of Scandinavian Studies of the Department of Germanic Studies at CU FA organize international symposium Minority Languages and Language Policies in the Nordic Countries, which will be held at CU FA on 25–26 April 2024. The official language of the symposium is English, but other languages are also used during the […]

Internationalisation as a Tool to Support the Study Success of Foreign Students

Institute for Languages and Preparatory Studies is celebrating 50 years as part of Charles University. It prepares foreign and international applicants for study (in Czech and English) in terms of language, field, and adaptation, works with students of accredited study programmes, provides language certification, and prepares teachers who teach Czech as a foreign or second language. […]

PRAGESTT (Prager Germanistische Studierendentagung)

Die PRAGESTT (Prager Germanistische Studierendentagung) stellt eine internationale germanistische Studierendenkonferenz dar. Sie bietet eine offene Plattform für wissenschaftlichen Austausch junger Germanistinnen und Germanisten, die insb. die Ergebnisse ihrer Bachelor-, Master- und Dissertationsarbeiten sowie anderer wissenschaftlichen Projekte präsentieren. Ausdiskutiert werden die Bereiche der germanistischen synchronen und diachronen Linguistik, der neueren und älteren Literaturwissenschaft, Translatologie und Didaktik. […]

International symposium on Minority Languages and Language Policies in the Nordic Countries

Section of Finnish Studies and Section of Scandinavian Studies of the Department of Germanic Studies at CU FA organize international symposium Minority Languages and Language Policies in the Nordic Countries, which will be held at CU FA on 25–26 April 2024. The official language of the symposium is English, but other languages are also used during the […]

Conference | Mongolia through Historical Photographs

The international conference “Mongolia through Historical Photographs” is organized by the Department of Mongolian Studies of the Institute of Asian Studies (Faculty of Arts, Charles University) in cooperation with the Department for the Study of Religions (Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University) and the National Museum of Czech Republic with the intention to create a forum for […]

Past events

Kafka and World Literature

The Institute of Czech and Comparative Literature at CU FA, the journal World of Literature, and the Department of Slavonic Studies, University of Vienna, organise a colloquium on 8 December 2023 in the main building of CU FA in the room P201 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Prague’s International Organizations and the Global Cold War

Institute of World History CU FA and Cold War Research Group CU FA invites you to a one-day colloquium that will be held on 3 November 2023 in the main building of CU FA (nám. Jana Palacha 1/2, Prague 1) in the room P201. Full programme of the colloquium

Exploration of Class, Distinction and Habitus in Popular Culture of Euroasia

The Faculty of Arts, Charles University, cordially invites you to a conference that will be held in the lecture room “Chapel” (Voršilská 5, Prague 1) on 26 October 2023 from 10 am to 4 pm. Class, distinction, and habitus have a contested position in the political and social sciences. No less controversial are the concepts in the […]

Reading Ireland in the Twenty-First Century: 6th International Postgraduate Conference

CALL FOR PAPERS Paper proposals are invited for the biannual international postgraduate conference organised by the Centre for Irish Studies at Charles University, Prague. As in previous years, we wish to offer discussion space for graduate students working in Irish Studies, including those whose background extends beyond the literary context. The title ‘Reading Ireland in […]

Dis/Connectivities: Anthropological Perspectives in the South Caucasus

In light of the war in Ukraine, the recent oil and gas crisis in Europe, and the Russian exodus to the South Caucasus, the dynamics in this region deserve more attention than ever. With an anthropological approach, this international workshop aims to shed light on the presence and absence of connectivities as productive tools for […]

ISHA Summer Seminar Prague – History & Tourism

The student society of history students, Spolek studentů historie FF UK, and the International Students of History Association invites you to an international student conference that will take place on 18 August 2023 in the main building of CU FA.  

Brendan Behan at 100 | Legacy and New Directions

The conference Brendan Behan at 100: Legacy and New Directions will take place on 23-24 June 2023. Marking the centenary of the birth of the Irish author, playwright, and rebel, the conference intends to reconsider his rich literary legacy. It offers two days of panels focusing on different aspects of Behan’s work, as well as […]

22nd International Colloquium on Latin Linguistics

The International Colloquium on Latin Linguistics has been held biennially since 1981 under the auspices of the International Committee on Latin Linguistics. It is devoted to all aspects of Latin linguistics, from both a synchronic and diachronic perspective. We are pleased to announce that the 22nd International Colloquium on Latin Linguistics (ICLL 2023) will be held […]

Well-being: Innovations for Students in Europe

Charles University invites students, CU staff, and any other interested persons to an event which strives to enhance the mental health and overall well-being of students across European universities. It will be held on June 5–6 2023 at the Hall of Patriots of Charles University. Its primary objective is to showcase and discuss specific innovative practices […]

Mapping the Scenes: Digital Humanities in Cultural Studies in Central and Central Eastern Europe

This conference is organized by the the NGO Centre of the Study of Popular Culture within the project “Mapping and Boosting Digital Humanities in the Visegrad Region” and is held on 19–20 May 2023 at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University. You may find more information and programme here.