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Lecture Series: Current Issues in Archaeology

The Institute of Classical Archaeology cordially invites you to a lecture series by Paolo Rondini (Pavia) „Through the Centuries, on the Rocks: New Research in the Quattro Dossi Area, Valle Camonica, Italy“ that will take place on 14 December from 4:30 pm in Campus Hybernska.

Ancuta Mortu: A Script-Based Understanding of Art Appreciation

Czech Society for Aesthetics cordially invites you to a lecture by Dr Ancuta Maria Mortu that will take place on 8 December from 5:30 pm to 7 pm in Jan Čejka Gallery in Campus Hybernská. Annotation of the lecture: In cognitive psychology, scripts are defined as mental structures that play an important role in organising experiences occurring frequently […]

Clevering Lecture: “Europe after the Zeitenwende” by Prof Luuk van Middelaar

Charles University, Václav Havel Library, and Embassy of the Netherlands in the Czech Republic cordially invite you to a lecture “Europe after the Zeitenwende“, delivered by Prof Luuk van Middelaar as part of the The Cleveringa Lecture cycle. It will take place on 5 December from 5 pm in Vlastenecký sál in Carolinum, Ovocný trh 3, Prague […]

Bourdieu’s Legacy in Literary Studies: Expanding Territories, Changing Concepts

On the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of Pierre Bourdieu’s death, CEFRES in collaboration with the Department of Czech and Comparative Literature at CU FA organize a round table on the development of Bourdieu’s central concepts during last two decades. The event will be held in English. Participants: Anna SCHUBERTOVÁ (Charles University) Csaba SZALÓ (Masaryk University) Jan […]

Lecture Series: Current Issues in Archaeology

The Institute of Classical Archaeology cordially invites you to a lecture series by Sabine Hornung (Saarland) “The Caesarian fortress at Hermeskeil: latest research on Titus Labienus’ conquest of the Treveri.”  

Timothy Garton Ash: From Post-War Europe to Post-Wall Europe – and Back

The lecture by a British historian and journalist is organized on the occasion of the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU under the patronage of Mikuláš Bek, Minister for European Affairs. It is to be held on Wednesday, 16 November, from 10 am to 12 noon in the auditorium of the Faculty of Arts, […]

Cultural Links between Irish and Scottish Gaelic

The Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures cordially invites you to the workshop “Cultural Links between Irish and Scottish Gaelic”, organised as part of KREAS project. Programme 9:30: Opening of the workshop Máire Ní Annracháin (University College Dublin) Alan Titley (University College Cork) Coffee break Peter Mackay (University of St Andrews): “On Irish Poets Writing […]

Lecture Series: Current Issues in Archaeology

The Institute of Classical Archaeology cordially invites you to a lecture series by Fabrizio Ducati (Palermo) “Farms, villas and villages in late roman Sicily: a subregional approach to the landscape evolution.” Programme:

Prof. Murray Pittock: Scotland in Europe before Brexit

The Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures cordially invites you to a lecture by Prof. Murray Pittock who is Bradley Professor and Pro Vice-Principal of the University of Glasgow. The lecture will take place on 19 October at 2:15 pm in the main building of CU FA in the room P104. Murray Pittock’s Scotland: the Global History begins […]

Daniel E. Freeman: Mozart and Mysliveček | A Special Relationship

We cordially invite you to a lecture by Dr Daniel E. Freeman (University of Minnesota) entitled “Mozart and Mysliveček: A Special Relationship”. Dr Freeman is a leading international expert on Josef Mysliveček, W. A. Mozart, and the musical culture of the Czech Lands in the eighteenth century. The lecture is held on the occasion of the Czech edition […]