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Workshop: Early Modern Theatre: Creativity and Fiction

KREAS / Creative Laboratory and Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures are pleased to invite you to an international workshop organized in cooperation with the Central European University: “Early Modern Theatre: Creativity and Fiction”. Programme: Dr Matthias Riedl: “Creativity and Performativity in the Early Reformation Period” Dr Sam Gilchrist Hall: “‘A Notable Foundation of Hearsay’: […]

Evolution of Civic Activism in America

We would like to invite you to a discussion on the topic of Evolution of Civic Activism in America. The panel’s lecturers are Dr FInnie Coleman (University of New Mexico), Dr. Norma J. Hervey (Charles University), Kelsey Roman (activist and graduat student), and Chuck Seaton (Marketing and branding specialist). The discussion is accompanied by singer Tonya Graves […]

EFACIS 2021 Conference: Interfaces and Dialogues

Hosted online by the Centre for Irish Studies, Charles University, Prague. The conference is part of the European Regional Development Fund project “Creativity and Adaptability as Conditions of the Success of Europe in an Interrelated World” (No. CZ.02.1.01/0.0/0.0/16_019/ 0000734), is supported by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Ireland, and organised in partnership with the Irish […]

Book Launch: The Last Ghetto, An Everyday History of Theresienstadt (Oxford University Press, 2020)

The Institute of Economic and Social History (CU FA), Institute of Political Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences (Charles University), The Herzl Center for Israel Studies (Charles University), and Faculty of Humanities (Charles University) cordially invites you to an online launch of the book The Last Ghetto, An Everyday History of Theresienstadt (Oxford University […]

Double Meeting – Αιπλή συνάντηση

Online meeting and discussion with contemporary Greek authors and their translators will be held on 17 February from 6 pm. Invitation and instructions for joining

ONLINE: Social Screenings: Ways of Seeing, John Berger – Part 2 (1972)

Berger offers a master-class in how to interpret images through a historical materialist lens. Famously, he did so in an extremely accessible, enjoyable way; for Berger, being able to expose the ideologies and the history of class struggles which shape ideology was a practical tool, and one that had to be available to the masses if it is […]

English Club

The Language Centre of the Faculty of Arts organizes an English Club. It is an open platform for students to speak in English and meet other students from the Faculty of Arts. We are holding regular Zoom meetings this semester. Join us on Facebook or email Šárka Kadlecová for more details!

Friendly Americans and Cold Czechs?

Journalist Jana Ciglerová and American anthropologist John M. Coggeshall discuss myths, prejudices and stereotypes about the two cultures.

Philosophical Café | Afternoon with the Department of Philosophy (the first English edition)

TO AND FRO: Physics and Modern Applications of Rationality In the first international Philosophical Café we will welcome three researchers from the Formal Epistemology Centre directed by prof. Ladislav Kvasz, namely Joan Bertran-San Millán, Vera Matarese and Aldo Filomeno and explore some interrelations between logic, the theory of knowledge and the empirical evidence provided by […]

Political Role of Universities?

The Centre for Political Philosophy, Ethics and Religion cordially invites everyone interested to a high-profile academic discussion on the topic “Political Role of Universities?”. Our speakers will be: Louise Richardson, vice-chancellor of Oxford University Péter Balázs, Director of the Center for European Neighborhood Studies, CEU Stefan Collini, professor of intellectual history at Cambridge University Tomáš Halík, […]