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Hana Kubátová, Ph.D.


Institut politologických studií, Katedra politologie

telefon: 251 080 260, 261

email: hana.kubatova@fsv.cuni.cz

kancelář: 3099, Jinonice, budova A

konzultační hodiny: Úterý 10:00 - 11:30


Přehled publikací

Vedené práce

Curriculum Vitae



EDUCATION

2010 Charles University, Ph.D., Modern History

(‘You Shall Not Steal: Popular Responses to the Jews in Slovakia, 1938–45’)

2004 Central European University, Budapest, M.A., Nationalism Program

2003 Charles University, B.A., Political Science and International Relations



ACADEMIC POSITIONS

2012- Assistant Professor, Institute of Political Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University

2010-2014 Lecturer, Anglo-American University, Prague

2009-2011 Lecturer, Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University



RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS

2017 Institute for Advanced Studies, Central European University (scheduled for fall 2017)

2015 Summer Institute for Israel Studies, Schusterman Center for Israel Studies, Brandeis University

2008-2009 Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum 

2008 History Institute, Slovak Academy of Sciences 

2008 Heinrich Heine Universität

2006-2007 Tel Aviv University



AWARDS

2017 Junior Core Fellowship, Institute for Advanced Studies (Central European University)

2008-2009 Charles H. Revson Foundation Fellowship (Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, USA)

2008 Marie Curie Fellowship for Early Research Training (EU)

2008 DAAD Fellowship (Germany)

2007 Felix Posen Doctoral Fellowship (Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

2006-2007 Israeli Government Scholarship (Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

2005 Gisela Fleischmann Scholarship (Milan Šimečka Foundation, Slovakia)

2004 Jewish Studies Research Grant (Central European University,​ Budapest)

2003-2004 Central European University Fellowship (Central European University, Budapest)



GRANTS AND RESEARCH PROJECTS

2017- Senior Researcher in Charles University’s Primus Research Grant ‘Beyond Hegemonic Narratives and Myths: Troubled Pasts in the History and Memory of East-Central South-East Europe (principal investigator Kateřina Králová)

2013-2015 Principal investigator of a three-year Czech Science Foundation Postdoctoral Grant ‘The Czechs, Slovaks and Jews: Together But Apart, 1938-1989’ (together with Jan Láníček)

2012- Charles University Center for the Research on Collective Memory

2007-2009 Principal Investigator of the Charles University Grant Agency’s project ‘Reflecting the Holocaust: Postwar Italy, Greece and Slovakia as a Case Study’ (together with Kateřina Králová and Soňa Mikulová)

2009-2010 University of Vienna Survivors of Mauthausen Research Project


INSTITUTIONAL GRANTS

2014 Rothschild Foundation (Hanadiv) Europe

2014 Nadační fond obětem holocaustu


ORGANIZED INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOPS AND CONFERENCES

2016 Principal organizer of the European Consortium for Political Research General Conference

2014 Principal organizer of the interdisciplinary research workshop and an international conference on Jews and Gentiles in East Central Europe in the 20th Century (Charles University; together with Jan Láníček)

2012 Coordinator of the international research workshop on the Holocaust memory in communist Czechoslovakia, Poland and Hungary (Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, USHMM)


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS


MONOGRAPHS

Kubátová Hana, Láníček Jan: The ‘Jew’ in the Czech and Slovak Imagination: Popular and Public Sterotypes in the Bohemian Lands and Slovakia, 1938–89 (in contract with Brill).


Kubátová Hana: Nepokradeš! Nálady a postoje slovenského obyvatelstva k židovské otázce, 1938-1945, Praha: Academia, 2013.


Králová Kateřina, Kubátová Hana et al.: Návraty: poválečná rekonstrukce židovských komunit v zemích středovýchodní jihovýchodní a východní Evropy. Praha: Karolinum, 2016.


EDITED SPECIAL ISSUES

Kubátová Hana, Láníček Jan (eds.): Jews and Gentiles in Central and Eastern Europe During the Holocaust in History and Memory, in Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and Memory, 23(1-2), 2017 (scheduled to appear also as a book by Routledge).​​



BOOK CHAPTERS

Kubátová Hana: Dividing the Loot. Denunciations in Wartime Slovakia. In Garbarini Alexandra, Jaskot Paul (eds.), Lessons and Legacies, Vol. 13. The Holocaust in Social History, Representation, and Theory. Evanston: Northwestern University Press (accepted).


Kubátová, Hana: ‘Burschen, ihr fahrt in das schlimmste Lager!’ Die Wege slowakischer Häftlinge nach Mauthausen. In Prenninger Alexander, Botz Gerhard, Fritz Regina (eds.), Mauthausen überleben und erinnern, vol. 2: Leben und Überleben im Konzentrationslagerkomplex Mauthausen. Vienna: Böhlau (in print).


Kubátová Hana: Jewish Resistance in Slovakia, 1938-1945. In Henry, Patrick (ed.), Jewish Resistance to the Nazis. Washington: Catholic University of America Press, 2014: 504–519.


ARTICLES

Kubátová Hana: On the Image of the Jew in Postwar Slovakia, in The Annual of Language Politics and Politics of Identity, vol. IX (2015): 71–85.


Kubátová Hana: Popular Responses to the Plunder of Jewish Property in Wartime Slovakia. In Kovács András, Miller Michael L. (eds.), Jewish Studies at the Central European University, Vol. VII, 2013: 109–126.


Kubátová Hana: The Universality of Anti-Semitism and the Uniqueness of the Holocaust: Slovakia as a Case Study. Historický časopis, vol. 58 (Supplement), 2010: 83–107.













Hana Kubátová, Ph.D.

Hana Kubátová, Ph.D.


Institut politologických studií, Katedra politologie

telefon: 251 080 260, 261

email: hana.kubatova@fsv.cuni.cz

kancelář: 3099, Jinonice, budova A

konzultační hodiny: Úterý 10:00 - 11:30


Přehled publikací

Vedené práce

Curriculum Vitae



EDUCATION

2010 Charles University, Ph.D., Modern History

(‘You Shall Not Steal: Popular Responses to the Jews in Slovakia, 1938–45’)

2004 Central European University, Budapest, M.A., Nationalism Program

2003 Charles University, B.A., Political Science and International Relations



ACADEMIC POSITIONS

2012- Assistant Professor, Institute of Political Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University

2010-2014 Lecturer, Anglo-American University, Prague

2009-2011 Lecturer, Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University



RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS

2017 Institute for Advanced Studies, Central European University (scheduled for fall 2017)

2015 Summer Institute for Israel Studies, Schusterman Center for Israel Studies, Brandeis University

2008-2009 Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum 

2008 History Institute, Slovak Academy of Sciences 

2008 Heinrich Heine Universität

2006-2007 Tel Aviv University



AWARDS

2017 Junior Core Fellowship, Institute for Advanced Studies (Central European University)

2008-2009 Charles H. Revson Foundation Fellowship (Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, USA)

2008 Marie Curie Fellowship for Early Research Training (EU)

2008 DAAD Fellowship (Germany)

2007 Felix Posen Doctoral Fellowship (Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

2006-2007 Israeli Government Scholarship (Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

2005 Gisela Fleischmann Scholarship (Milan Šimečka Foundation, Slovakia)

2004 Jewish Studies Research Grant (Central European University,​ Budapest)

2003-2004 Central European University Fellowship (Central European University, Budapest)



GRANTS AND RESEARCH PROJECTS

2017- Senior Researcher in Charles University’s Primus Research Grant ‘Beyond Hegemonic Narratives and Myths: Troubled Pasts in the History and Memory of East-Central South-East Europe (principal investigator Kateřina Králová)

2013-2015 Principal investigator of a three-year Czech Science Foundation Postdoctoral Grant ‘The Czechs, Slovaks and Jews: Together But Apart, 1938-1989’ (together with Jan Láníček)

2012- Charles University Center for the Research on Collective Memory

2007-2009 Principal Investigator of the Charles University Grant Agency’s project ‘Reflecting the Holocaust: Postwar Italy, Greece and Slovakia as a Case Study’ (together with Kateřina Králová and Soňa Mikulová)

2009-2010 University of Vienna Survivors of Mauthausen Research Project


INSTITUTIONAL GRANTS

2014 Rothschild Foundation (Hanadiv) Europe

2014 Nadační fond obětem holocaustu


ORGANIZED INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOPS AND CONFERENCES

2016 Principal organizer of the European Consortium for Political Research General Conference

2014 Principal organizer of the interdisciplinary research workshop and an international conference on Jews and Gentiles in East Central Europe in the 20th Century (Charles University; together with Jan Láníček)

2012 Coordinator of the international research workshop on the Holocaust memory in communist Czechoslovakia, Poland and Hungary (Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, USHMM)


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS


MONOGRAPHS

Kubátová Hana, Láníček Jan: The ‘Jew’ in the Czech and Slovak Imagination: Popular and Public Sterotypes in the Bohemian Lands and Slovakia, 1938–89 (in contract with Brill).


Kubátová Hana: Nepokradeš! Nálady a postoje slovenského obyvatelstva k židovské otázce, 1938-1945, Praha: Academia, 2013.


Králová Kateřina, Kubátová Hana et al.: Návraty: poválečná rekonstrukce židovských komunit v zemích středovýchodní jihovýchodní a východní Evropy. Praha: Karolinum, 2016.


EDITED SPECIAL ISSUES

Kubátová Hana, Láníček Jan (eds.): Jews and Gentiles in Central and Eastern Europe During the Holocaust in History and Memory, in Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and Memory, 23(1-2), 2017 (scheduled to appear also as a book by Routledge).​​



BOOK CHAPTERS

Kubátová Hana: Dividing the Loot. Denunciations in Wartime Slovakia. In Garbarini Alexandra, Jaskot Paul (eds.), Lessons and Legacies, Vol. 13. The Holocaust in Social History, Representation, and Theory. Evanston: Northwestern University Press (accepted).


Kubátová, Hana: ‘Burschen, ihr fahrt in das schlimmste Lager!’ Die Wege slowakischer Häftlinge nach Mauthausen. In Prenninger Alexander, Botz Gerhard, Fritz Regina (eds.), Mauthausen überleben und erinnern, vol. 2: Leben und Überleben im Konzentrationslagerkomplex Mauthausen. Vienna: Böhlau (in print).


Kubátová Hana: Jewish Resistance in Slovakia, 1938-1945. In Henry, Patrick (ed.), Jewish Resistance to the Nazis. Washington: Catholic University of America Press, 2014: 504–519.


ARTICLES

Kubátová Hana: On the Image of the Jew in Postwar Slovakia, in The Annual of Language Politics and Politics of Identity, vol. IX (2015): 71–85.


Kubátová Hana: Popular Responses to the Plunder of Jewish Property in Wartime Slovakia. In Kovács András, Miller Michael L. (eds.), Jewish Studies at the Central European University, Vol. VII, 2013: 109–126.


Kubátová Hana: The Universality of Anti-Semitism and the Uniqueness of the Holocaust: Slovakia as a Case Study. Historický časopis, vol. 58 (Supplement), 2010: 83–107.