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News in Prague

New publication just released

Luďa Klusáková et al., Small Towns in Europe in the 20th and 21st Centuries. Heritage and Development Strategies, Prague, Karolinum 2017, 159 s., available at www.karolinum.cz

The volume stems out of the main session 35 of the EAUH Lisbon 2014 conference co-chaired by Luda Klusakova, Marie-Vic Ozouf-Marignier and Jaroslav Ira. English, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Czech and Russian towns are staged in the book as examples of typical European phenomenon. Interdisciplinary approach is given by the fact that the authors are urban historians, sociologists, historians of arts and architects.


 

TEMA Study Program Presentation

Prague TEMA team offers a presentation of the contents, format and explanation how to apply for all BA holders or candidates interested to study in an international Master program.

When: 6th December, 16:00

Where: in the collective study room of the Jan Palach library, main building of the Faculty of Arts, basement.



New Research Blog of TEMA Students and Alumni

Are you curious to read more about our research, discussion and community life?

Here you can find much more.

 


 

Workshop: Heritage, Identifications and Public Places in Cities

10:00 - 13:00 Session I: Dialogue between Architect(ure) and Histor(ian)

session chair Mgr. Jaroslav Ira, PhD.

presentations: Gyöngy Molnár, Davi Costa da Silva, Yigitcan Ucar, and Mgr.Nari Shelekpayev, doctoral student at the Montréal University commented by ing. arch. Eva Špačková (TU VŠB Ostrava)

session chair: Prof. Luďa Klusáková

presentations: PhDr. Jan Krajíček, Mgr. Oldřiška Prokopová, doctoral students at CUNI and Mgr. Tereza Horáčková,doctoral student at CUNI and EHESS.

 

More information here

 


Workshop in Environmental History invites to a lecture

Duncan Mclean: The politics Behind the Ebola Crisis.
Historian, holding PhD from EHESS in Paris, collaborator of Medecins sans frontieres

date: 29.08.2016 19:30
venue:  Goethe-Institut in Prague,  Masarykovo nábřeží 32, 11000 Praha 1

The lecture is organized by the summer school of European society for environmental history (ESEH) 28th - 31st August 2016 at Charles University in Prague.  Program and details:  http://environmentalni-dejiny.org/summer-school/. For details TEMA students are advised to contact Jíra Janáč, who is organizing this workshop.

17.8.2016


 


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