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The Czech Studies Program at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Will Offer an Intensive Czech Course for Foreigners in January 2019

11.12.2018

Do you want to improve the level of your communicative competence in Czech? Sign up for the Intensive Course that will take place on January 21 – January 25, 2019 (one-week course) and on January 21 – February 1, 2019 (two-week course).

Call for Applications: European Joint Doctorate MOVES - Migration and Modernity: Historical and Cultural Challenges

27.11.2018

MOVES is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network project funded by the European Union under the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. Deadline for applications is 15 February 2019.

Faculty of Arts and East and Central European Studies Alumna Awarded Prestigious Rhodes Scholarship

26.11.2018

Faculty of Arts, Charles University (CUFA) and the East and Central European Studies program (ECES) are pleased to announce that Kristiana Yao, UPrague (part of the ECES international program) alumna, has been awarded the highly regarded Rhodes Scholarship.

CfP: Ireland in Europe - 5th International Postgraduate Conference in Irish Studies

21.11.2018

Paper proposals representing postgraduate projects in the area of Irish Studies are invited for an international conference that follows the success of “The Politics of Irish Writing” (2009), “Boundary Crossings” (2011), “Tradition and Modernity” (2013) and “Influences, Intersections, Interactions” (2017). As in previous years, we wish to offer discussion space for graduate students working in Irish Studies. We particularly welcome those working outside the Anglophone academic environment.

Call for Papers: Performativity and Creativity in Modern Cultures - An Interdisciplinary Conference

12.11.2018

Performativity and creativity have often been used vaguely in a number of discourses in cultural studies, economics, political ideologies or advertising. The purpose of this conference is to explore the force of these concepts in pragmatic approaches to cultures and closely related industrial production (“creative industries”), in technological developments connected with performing arts and cultural communication, as well as in commercial entertainment.