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PhDr. Jaromír Soukup, Ph.D.
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PhDr. Jaromír Soukup, Ph.D.




In 2004 I graduated from Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, Institute of World History (M. A.). In 2005, I successfully defended my PhDr. thesis entitled “Great Britain and its Colonies in North America in the Years 1763-1766. A Contribution to the Development of Relations between Great Britain and its North American Settlements after the Seven Years' War”. In 2008 I successfully finished Ph.D. studies at the Institute of World History, Charles University in Prague. In 2003 I spent one semester at Northumbria University in Newcastle upon Tyne in the United Kingdom. I focus my attention mainly on the history of international relations, especially the role of Great Britain and its empire in the 19th and 20th centuries. Currently I concentrate my attention on the history of Latin America in the 20th century. I have undertaken a number of study and lecture stays in the UK, Germany, Austria, Spain and Colombia. I am currently working as a deputy director at the Institute of World History, Faculty of Arts, CU in Prague.

Since February 2015 I am the member of the Advisory Board of the Rector of the Charles University on the Questions and Problems of Today’s World. At the same time I participate in other historical societies and advisory committees: British-Czech-Slovak Historian’s Forum, Gesellschaft für Überseegeschichte e. V. (GÜSG, Bamberg, Germany), Advisory Board of the scientific journal Tempus. Revista en Historia General (Colombia, Medellin) and external cooperation with the Grupo de Investigación en Estudios Interdisciplinarios Historia General (Universidad de Antioquia, Medellin, Colombia). I am also member of the editorial board of the Twentieth Century – The Twentieth Century (FF UK).


Institute of Political Studies, Department of International Relations

phone: 251 080 278

mail: jsoukup2003@gmail.com

room: 3088, Jinonice, building A

office hours: Wednesday 13:00 - 14:00


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PhDr. Jaromír Soukup, Ph.D.

PhDr. Jaromír Soukup, Ph.D.




In 2004 I graduated from Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, Institute of World History (M. A.). In 2005, I successfully defended my PhDr. thesis entitled “Great Britain and its Colonies in North America in the Years 1763-1766. A Contribution to the Development of Relations between Great Britain and its North American Settlements after the Seven Years' War”. In 2008 I successfully finished Ph.D. studies at the Institute of World History, Charles University in Prague. In 2003 I spent one semester at Northumbria University in Newcastle upon Tyne in the United Kingdom. I focus my attention mainly on the history of international relations, especially the role of Great Britain and its empire in the 19th and 20th centuries. Currently I concentrate my attention on the history of Latin America in the 20th century. I have undertaken a number of study and lecture stays in the UK, Germany, Austria, Spain and Colombia. I am currently working as a deputy director at the Institute of World History, Faculty of Arts, CU in Prague.

Since February 2015 I am the member of the Advisory Board of the Rector of the Charles University on the Questions and Problems of Today’s World. At the same time I participate in other historical societies and advisory committees: British-Czech-Slovak Historian’s Forum, Gesellschaft für Überseegeschichte e. V. (GÜSG, Bamberg, Germany), Advisory Board of the scientific journal Tempus. Revista en Historia General (Colombia, Medellin) and external cooperation with the Grupo de Investigación en Estudios Interdisciplinarios Historia General (Universidad de Antioquia, Medellin, Colombia). I am also member of the editorial board of the Twentieth Century – The Twentieth Century (FF UK).


Institute of Political Studies, Department of International Relations

phone: 251 080 278

mail: jsoukup2003@gmail.com

room: 3088, Jinonice, building A

office hours: Wednesday 13:00 - 14:00


Publications

Supervised theses

List of publications