23 November 2018 International conference at Metropolitan University Prague „Multiple Modernities in Latin America. Discourse on modernity and antimodernity in the political and identification processes from 19th-21st century“.
13 November 2018 15th International Conference of ESTS „Author as Editor, Editor as author”. 15-17 November 2018. For more details click here.
11 November 2018 An Interdisciplinary Conference „Performativity and Creativity in Modern Cultures”. 22-24 November 2019 . Call for papers – papers should be submitted by 1 March 2019 .
7 November 2018 The lecture of prof. Ilse Schoep from KU Leuven “Current Issues in Archaeology”, the lecture will be delivered on November 7th at 16:00 at room C049 (Celetna 20).
7 November 2018 4th Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy: Aristotle, Rhetoric I.1-6, 22-24 November 2018, Hybernska 4, Prague.
29 October 2018 Emerald Publishing just published the book by Petr Lupač from the Department of Sociology – Beyond the Digital Divide: Contextualizing the Information Society.
29 October 2018 Center for the Study of the Middle Ages and VP1 invite you to attend lecture series Medieval Conflicts and Contrasts: Metaphors.
29 October 2018 November 15th – 16th, 2018, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, venue Faculty of Arts, Sporck-Sweerts Palace, Hybernská 3, room 303. Institute of Sociological Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences, KREAS VP2WP3 “Adaptation in Historical Perspective” research team, and REACH project at the Institute of World History of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, invite you to attend a workshop Resilience of Heritage in Resilient Cities.
23 October 2018 The lecture of Dick Smakman from Leiden University “The westernising mechanisms in sociolinguistics: trends and solutions“, the lecture will be delivered on October 24th at 14:10 at room 419a (Jana Palacha 1/2).
17 October 2018. Department of Ethnography invites you to attend a lecture of prof Didie Fassin „Revisiting thing theory. An ethnography of prison worlds„. The lecture will be delivered on October the 31th at room 200 (Jana Palacha 1/2).
11 October 2018. October 24, at 10 a.m., in the Špork palace (Hybernská 3, room H303) The lecture of prof. Jennifer Cole from Northwestern University- The linguistic and social functions of prosody .
11 October 2018. Department of Ethnology invites you to attend a lecture „Boundaries between Anthropology and Autobiography“ by Judith Okely, Emeritus Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Oxford. The lecture will be delivered on October the 17th at 12:30 at room 138 (Celetná 20, Prague 1). The lecture is part of the „Ethnography and Theory“ series.
28 September 2018. Just published: Field Report Exploring Space, Economy, and Interregional Interaction at a Second-Millennium B.C.E. Citadel in Central Western Anatolia: 2014-2017 Research at Kaymakçı.
26-28 September 2018. 2nd International “Network Hegel’s Relevance” Conference An Ethical Modernity? Hegel’s Concept of Ethical Life Today – Its Limits and Potential. The second conference of the international network discusses various aspects of Hegel’s concept of ethical life (Sittlichkeit). Its aim is to elaborate on its relevance for contemporary discussions in political and social theory and analyze especially the nature of modern Sittlichkeit.
27-28 September 2018. International Symposium What makes a region.
20-22 September 2018. VIII. International Conference CEACS (Central European Association for Canadian Studies). Keanote speakers: Dianne Draper, Geography Professor, University of Calgary, John A. Hall, Professor of Comparative Historical Sociology, McGill University, Paul-André Linteau, Historian, Associated Professor, Université du Québec à Montréal, Kurth Spenrath, Writer, Director and Producer.
CFP: International conference „Phenomenology and Personal Identity”. 20-30 November 2018. The conference “Phenomenology and Personal Identity” addresses the question of a possible relation between recent phenomenological research on selfhood and the question of personal identity. The current discussion on personal identity focuses primarily on the so-called “persistence question”: what are the necessary and sufficient conditions for a person at time t1 to be the same as a person at time t2? Apart from the question of the persistence of a person across time (and his or her “re-identification”), there is also the question of the enduring (or constant) individual characteristics of a person. Both issues can be addressed in terms of a phenomenological inquiry into selfhood, more precisely, into the temporality, spatiality, narrativity, and normativity of selfhood.
CFP: International workshop „Resilience of Heritage in Resilient Cities“. We invite authors of both theoretical or empirical research studies to join us at a workshop devoted to the concept of resilience in general and connected to urban heritage in particular (November 15th – 16th, 2018, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic). The idea of the workshop is rooted in our project which observes adaptation processes in historical perspective in the context of accelerating urbanization; focuses on the new important phenomenon of cultural heritage; analyses the role of experts in managing our society in various regions.
30 May 2018. A consorcium of European universities, including CUFA, has received a grant from the European Union for its project Migration and Modernity – Historical and Cultural Challenges (MOVES). The project coordinator is Professor Martin Procházka (Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures). The project has received 98% in the evaluation and will be supported for the period of four years.
24-25 May 2018 International Workshop Diversity and Local Contexts: Adaptation and Heritage. CFP: We invite authors of both theoretical contributions and empirical research studies to join us at a research workshop focused on exploring the relationship between urban heritage and cultural identities in their historical, geopolitical and socio-cultural dimensions and contexts. After Graham and Howard, we approach heritage as “the ways in which very selective past material artefacts, natural landscapes, mythologies, memories and traditions become cultural, political and economic resources for the present.”
22-23 May 2018 The Seventh Annual Screen Industries in East-Central Europe Conference (SIECE) investigates historical and contemporary dimensions of the region’s audiovisual media industries from all angles – local, transnational, economic, cultural, social, and political – and through a broad range of original scholarship delivered in the form of conceptual papers and empirical case-studies.
20 April 2018. 2nd Kick-off meeting
8 February 2018. 1st KREAS kick-off meeting