A new book was recently realised at the Institute of Classical Archaeology under the Faculty of Arts publishing house! It is a final volume on the Yurta-Stroyno Archaeological Project, excavating a Roman period rural settlement in Bulgaria. The main objectives of the project were the determination of the habitation dynamics of the settlement, the investigation […]
The 9th PeClA 2022 International Postgraduate Conference (Perspectives of Classical Archaeology) will be held at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. Monday and Tuesday, 11 – 12th April 2022 PeClA 2022 is a two‐day conference in Classical Archaeology and Classics aimed at postgraduate / doctoral students traditionally offering a space for presenting research results, discussion, […]
More than 20 international women scientists from Charles University met at Kampus Hybernská to share their stories, experiences and motivations. Among them was also doc. Clare Wallace from the Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures at CU FA.
New episode of the podcast by students of English and American Studies at CU FA features prof. Ondřej Pilný, Head of Centre for Irish Studies at CU FA. Prof. Pilný introduces modern Irish drama from J. M. Synge to Martin McDonagh and beyond.
The event will take place on 8 March at the Hybernská Campus in Hall 3A from 6 pm. It celebrates two significant days – International Women’s Day and International Day of Women and Girls in Science – and will feature women across disciplines from a number of different countries, many of whom are based at faculties and other units of Charles University.
The day may come when she will fulfil her childhood dream and become a musical star; but for the moment, Karolína Mikysková is focusing on her studies in psychology at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University. She is also involved in charity and volunteer work, which includes helping cancer patients.
All persons present at the main building of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University (nám. Jana Palacha 1/2, Prague 1) have to attend the drill. The other faculty buildings, where the planned teaching takes place, are not affected. The duration of the event is expected to be 20–30 minutes.
In the small-format podcast, the teachers and other guests will explore the Anglophone world and their own research.
This publication is devoted to the analysis of historical experience and modern trends in the development of Armenians in some countries. The publication is the result of cooperation between the Institute of Ethnology at CU FA and the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia.
In November 2022, the Department of East European Studies at CU FA and the Prague Civil Society Centre held the debate “Fight for Justice: A talk with Ukrainian lawyers documenting Russia’s war crimes.” The whole session was recorded and the recording is freely accessible online.
Simon Høffding, Carlos Vara Sánchez, and Tone Roald were awarded for their article “Being Moved by Art: A Phenomenological and Pragmatist Dialogue” published in Estetika: The European Journal of Aesthetics. The journal is published by CU FA in collaboration with Helskinki University Press. The award is organized by the Finnish Society for Aesthetics since 2015.