Calendar: Workshop

Current events

Workshop: Modern Technology and Its Challenge for Contemporary Democracy and Non-Electoral Representation

You are cordially invited to a workshop for graduate students keen on the theory of representation, theory of democracy, non-electoral forms of representation, or digital media. Annotation: Rapidly developing modern technology affects not only the way of political communication but also the form of democratic institutions. As representatives of such a technology, social media play a crucial role […]

Past events

Archaeology of Central Asia (During the COVID Pandemic)

The Institute of Classical Archaeology at CUFA and project KREAS invites you to a workshop by a Czech, French, and Uzbek archaeological team that cooperates on several projects in Central Asia since 2014 (in the last three years under the project KREAS). Papers related to the current research activities of the team members, will be presented along […]

Integration Course Welcome to the Czech Republic

We would like to invite all international full-degree students to the ONLINE integration course WELCOME TO THE CZECH REPUBLIC (for non-EU students only). The course will provide you with important information for your stay in the Czech Republic – especially during the first months upon your arrival. You may ask questions concerning your residence legislation, visas, […]

Working While Studying in the Czech Republic: Ask a Lawyer!

Working abroad triggers many questions, and if you wonder what the working conditions for international students living in the Czech Republic are, this workshop is for you. We will focus on: What are the legal requirements? What are the types of job contracts? What are your rights in terms of salary, working hours and other […]

Workshop: Power in Numbers. The Role of the Rural Population in Christianisation a State Formation

The proposed workshop aims to bring together researchers from Europe, dealing with different, yet connected, affairs of the state and church networks‘ of archaeological and historical heritage. In the last decade, interest in the research of Christianisation has been growing. Diverse approaches in history were observable; researchers have investigated the process in the light of […]

International Workshop on “Continuity, Discontinuity and Change” in Ancient Egypt

The Czech Institute of Egyptology is happy to announce the organisation of an international workshop dedicated to aspects of continuity, discontinuity and change in ancient Egypt, with a focus on how individuals as well as priestly communities adapted to political-ideological as well as socio-economic changes and reshaped their identity (as expressed in the material culture).

Summer School on Migration Studies 2021

The 13th Summer School on Migration Studies will take place from 23 – 27 August 2021 in Prague, Czech Republic. The event is organized by the International Organization of Migration’s Czechia office. This year edition is held in co-operation with the Faculty of Law of the University of Charles and co-funded by the US Embassy […]

Summer School of Slavonic Studies Online

In 2021, we’re hosting the first ever LŠSS (Summer School of Slavonic Studies) online for those who cannot come to Prague due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The MEYS scholarships do not apply to LŠSS online. Dates: 23. 7. – 8. 8. 2021 Czech language level: A2, A1 Number of students in a group: 8 max. What’s included in […]

Workshop for Foreign Employees of CU – Communication Skills

For many of us the way we present our ideas is crucial to our relationships. Having the ability to communicate confidently and correctly in English can enhance your personal effectiveness and work performance, as well as having a big impact on how you are perceived by others.   This practical and interactive webinar will introduce you […]

The Sickle and Veil Project: Communist Gender Policies Towards Muslim Minorities in Eastern Europe

The Department of East European Studies at CU FA holds an online workshop “The Sickle and Veil Project: Communist Gender Policies Towards Muslim Minorities in Eastern Europe” on 27 October. The workshop offers a talk by Dr Andrew Hodges on academic writing, lectures by Drs Yulia Gradskova, Ivan Simic and Andreja Mesaric, and presentations by PhD students. […]

Reading and Translating Pak Mingyu, Workshop LTI

Translating workshop LTI Korea