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Open day for Ph.D. study

Dear students,

 

we kindly inform You, that Open day for Ph.D. study takes place on Monday 13th March at 11:00 in room J1031. You are very welcome.


Přílohy:

Openday.pdf

Radek Švec

Classes of guest professors in German language

Institute of International Relations informs about classes of guest professors in German language.

 

More info in attached file.


Přílohy:

KNRS.pdf

Radek Švec

Visiting professors in the summer semester

Dear students,

 

attached You can find a list of visiting professors for the summer semester.


Přílohy:

Visiting.xlsx

Radek Švec

CFP: Current Populism in Europe and the Role of the Media

Institute for International Studies Charles University in Prague together with Heinrich Böll Stiftung and Goethe Institut organize 22 and 23 May 2017 3rd Prague Populism Conference titled "Current Populism in Europe and the Role of the Media". The conference is dedicated to theoretical aspects of populism or presentation of empirical studies on issues such as media strategies of populist politicians; the way the media covers populism; the interlinkages between the media and political leaders; and the implications of media coverage on the political space. Particularly welcome are comparative analyses of individual EU states; special attention will be dedicated to comparison with the situation in the USA.

 

Within this context the conference encourages papers in the following topics:        

  • Conceptualization and approaches towards European populism   
  • Impacts of populism on the political culture and mainstream       
  • Populism and the role of the media   
  • Global shifts towards populism in comparative perspective

 

Confirmed speakers: 

  • Hanspeter Kriesi (European University Institute, Florence)               
  • Wolfgang Merkel (Berlin Social Science Center)                              
  • Donatella Campus (University of Bologna)                                
  • Yannis Stavrakakis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)                            
  • Ann-Cathrine Jungar (Södertörn University, Stockholm)

 

 

Applicants are invited to submit abstracts of up to 300 words and short CVs to mejstrik.m@fsv.cuni.cz by 28 February 2017. Accepted papers will be announced by 15 March 2015. There is no conference fee for participants. More details will follow on the conference website or facebook page.

Selected papers will be published in a a special issue of the Czech Journal of Political Science (http://www.politologickycasopis.cz/en/).

Any queries can be directed to the conference email address: mejstrik.m@fsv.cuni.cz


Přílohy:

CFP.pdf

Radek Švec




News




Open day for Ph.D. study

Dear students,

 

we kindly inform You, that Open day for Ph.D. study takes place on Monday 13th March at 11:00 in room J1031. You are very welcome.


Přílohy:

Openday.pdf

Radek Švec

Classes of guest professors in German language

Institute of International Relations informs about classes of guest professors in German language.

 

More info in attached file.


Přílohy:

KNRS.pdf

Radek Švec

Visiting professors in the summer semester

Dear students,

 

attached You can find a list of visiting professors for the summer semester.


Přílohy:

Visiting.xlsx

Radek Švec

CFP: Current Populism in Europe and the Role of the Media

Institute for International Studies Charles University in Prague together with Heinrich Böll Stiftung and Goethe Institut organize 22 and 23 May 2017 3rd Prague Populism Conference titled "Current Populism in Europe and the Role of the Media". The conference is dedicated to theoretical aspects of populism or presentation of empirical studies on issues such as media strategies of populist politicians; the way the media covers populism; the interlinkages between the media and political leaders; and the implications of media coverage on the political space. Particularly welcome are comparative analyses of individual EU states; special attention will be dedicated to comparison with the situation in the USA.

 

Within this context the conference encourages papers in the following topics:        

 

Confirmed speakers: 

 

 

Applicants are invited to submit abstracts of up to 300 words and short CVs to mejstrik.m@fsv.cuni.cz by 28 February 2017. Accepted papers will be announced by 15 March 2015. There is no conference fee for participants. More details will follow on the conference website or facebook page.

Selected papers will be published in a a special issue of the Czech Journal of Political Science (http://www.politologickycasopis.cz/en/).

Any queries can be directed to the conference email address: mejstrik.m@fsv.cuni.cz


Přílohy:

CFP.pdf

Radek Švec