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Spring School, 18-20 April 2022, Oxford

EUROPAEUM SPRING SCHOOL18-20 April 2022Maison Française, Oxford

Over its history, Europe has been both a driver and a target of socio-economic and institutional transformations taking place at the global level. Once setting a model for the rest of the world, these days European countries are deeply affected from trends and events originating from beyond their frontiers. From the rise of China to disruptive technological change, from the expansion of the middle classes in the global South to the current authoritarian, and from environmental degradation and climate change to the COVID-19 pandemic, Europe is facing a growingly complex world of which it is only a fragment. Global shifts challenge and reshape established power relations, institutions and rules, whether formal or informal, at the local, national and European level. But from the vantage point the study of the past, what appears as a novel phenomenon might carry historical echoes or be a reflection of forces and trends evolving over the longue durée.

This Spring School will examine the interplay between Europe and the outside world in both historical and contemporary perspective focusing on law and power, that is formal institutions and norms, on the one hand, and relations of hierarchy, on the other. It will bring together post-graduate researchers, mainly but by no means exclusively, in Humanities and Social Sciences including Law. The participants will provide alternative readings of globalisation, interdependence, the flow of ideas, institutional models, people, material goods etc. on a global scale and its impact on Europe across time.

Participants will be given pre-event reading materials and join lively working groups during the event. Those not presenting a paper will be allocated a role as discussant to kick-start Q&A sessions following on from presentations.

We welcome applications from master’s and doctoral students from within the Europaeum network who wish to either just join the discussions, or present a 10-15 minute paper.

Deadline for submission of applications and abstracts:14 February 2022

More info: https://europaeum.org/spring-school-2022/


Přílohy:

poster.pdf

Kateřina Bubnová

Hostující vyučující LS 2021/22; visiting teacher

V tabulce najdete nabídku hostujících vyučujících na LS 2021/2022

In the table you will find the offer of visiting teachers at LS 2021/2022


Přílohy:

hostujici.pdf

Kateřina Bubnová

he Organisation of Courses in the Summer Semester of 2021/2022

Dear student,   Following the IPS management meeting dated 15.9.2020 and the Guidelines for the Organisation of Courses in the Summer Semester of 2021/2022 dated 5. 1. 2022, the Director of IPS determines that courses in the summer semester of 2021/2022 at IPS will be conducted in a hybrid/dual form, i.e. that courses take place in Pekařská 16, from where the online courses are transmitted via online platforms to the students.   The courses of languages will be only on site.   Students can enroll in online parallel classes in all courses taught at IPS. Students enrolled in online parallel classes will attend courses “online” only. If students enroll in an on-site parallel class, they will be able to attend classes in Pekařská 16. In the cases that would prevent their on-site attendance (e.g. illness), students enrolled in on-site classes may also use the online form of instruction.      


Gabriela Baranyaiová

3rd Vienna Anthropology Days aka VANDA 2022

Dear colleagues,

We are excited to announce the Call for Sessions (deadline March 1st) for the 3rd Vienna Anthropology Days aka VANDA 2022 Conference (September 26 - 30, 2022), which aims at bringing together scholars from various fields of anthropology, social sciences and humanities. For more information and submission please click on the link above. Feel free to spread the news, we are looking forward to welcoming you in Vienna!   Best regards, Your VANDA Team


Přílohy:

VANDA.pdf

Kateřina Bubnová

2022/23 University of St Andrews Global Fellowship Scheme NOW OPEN

Dear Partners, 

The University of St Andrews is delighted to announce that the 2022/23 call of the Global Fellowship Scheme is now open. The Global Fellowship Scheme, which is now in its fourth year, provides awards to enable talented scholars from around the globe to spend up to one month at St Andrews. During this time, Global Fellows will be able to undertake a course of research and study, explore potential collaborations, enhance existing relationships, advance research work and find the space to think in an inspirational environment. 

Applicants to the scheme should be recognised as significant scholars in their field or emerging leaders who have made a contribution to original research that extends the frontier of knowledge. Global Fellows are expected to hold an established academic position. Global Fellows will be expected to engage virtually with students and colleagues throughout the 2022/23 academic year and visit St Andrews between 1 August 2022 and 31 July 2023. The University provides all awardees with a stipend during their visit, self-catered accommodation, return airfare and airport transfers. Please see the Global Fellowship web page for more information or contact globalfellows@st-andrews.ac.uk.

The deadline for applications is 1 April 2022. We would be incredibly grateful if you could share this opportunity with the relevant academic members of staff at your institution.


Přílohy:

scheme.pdf

Kateřina Bubnová

Webinar : Postage stamps, a reflection of social representations and of collective memories?, 10th M

Call for papers

Although today they are exclusively – or almost exclusively – destined for the world of collectors, postage stamps have nonetheless been an essential medium for the transmission of national identities for decades. As objects associated with everyday life and mass communication, stamps are an example of what is known as banal nationalism; These are objects that we use daily, but we have almost forgotten how much they contribute to our representation of society. This makes them all the more important.Stamps are found everywhere, in democracies and dictatorships, in times of war and times of peace. They participate in the construction of societies and their collective memories. Although they are essentially "national" products, stamps circulate internationally, through their primary function as payment for postage’, as well as through the world of collectors.As an object of exchange and collection, stamps are of interest to researchers from different disciplines, but these researchers and their teams are not necessarily aware of each other. It is from this observation that the idea of organising a webinar to stimulate dialogue and reflection on some aspects of the history of philately was born.Through this exchange, we wish to encourage reflection on a number of essential questions:

1.            Decision-making processes: who decides on the images that appear on stamps? How has this evolved over the decades and in relation to shifting political regimes?

2.            What are the criteria for stamp production?

3.            How can we analyse their reception?

4.            What are the prevailing logics? Political, commercial, cultural?

5.            What are the major themes? What is debated and why? Are there any taboos or omissions?

6.            What sources are available?

7.            How can comparative approaches be promoted?

The Webinar is open to scholars and fields of all human and social sciences.The organizers will collect the proposals (max. 1 page) until 1st February. Please send your text at jean-michel.de.waele@ulb.be and chantal.kesteloot@arch.beFeedback is to be expected on the 1st of February.


Kateřina Bubnová

Předběžné termíny SZZk leden - únor / dates for winter state exam

Níže najdete předběžné termíny zimních SZZk / Below you will find preliminary dates for winter SZZk

PMV, PVP 24.-25.1.

GPS 24.1.

BS/MISS písemné (written) 24.1., obhajoby (defense) 26.1.

POL 26.-27.1.

MV/MAIN 26.-28.1.

IEPS 31.1.


Kateřina Bubnová

Konzultační hodiny/ office hours ZS 2021/2022

Zde najdete konzultační a úřední hodiny na ZS 2021/2022. 

Here you will find consulting and office hours on WS 2021/2022. 


Kateřina Bubnová




News




Spring School, 18-20 April 2022, Oxford

EUROPAEUM SPRING SCHOOL18-20 April 2022Maison Française, Oxford

Over its history, Europe has been both a driver and a target of socio-economic and institutional transformations taking place at the global level. Once setting a model for the rest of the world, these days European countries are deeply affected from trends and events originating from beyond their frontiers. From the rise of China to disruptive technological change, from the expansion of the middle classes in the global South to the current authoritarian, and from environmental degradation and climate change to the COVID-19 pandemic, Europe is facing a growingly complex world of which it is only a fragment. Global shifts challenge and reshape established power relations, institutions and rules, whether formal or informal, at the local, national and European level. But from the vantage point the study of the past, what appears as a novel phenomenon might carry historical echoes or be a reflection of forces and trends evolving over the longue durée.

This Spring School will examine the interplay between Europe and the outside world in both historical and contemporary perspective focusing on law and power, that is formal institutions and norms, on the one hand, and relations of hierarchy, on the other. It will bring together post-graduate researchers, mainly but by no means exclusively, in Humanities and Social Sciences including Law. The participants will provide alternative readings of globalisation, interdependence, the flow of ideas, institutional models, people, material goods etc. on a global scale and its impact on Europe across time.

Participants will be given pre-event reading materials and join lively working groups during the event. Those not presenting a paper will be allocated a role as discussant to kick-start Q&A sessions following on from presentations.

We welcome applications from master’s and doctoral students from within the Europaeum network who wish to either just join the discussions, or present a 10-15 minute paper.

Deadline for submission of applications and abstracts:14 February 2022

More info: https://europaeum.org/spring-school-2022/


Přílohy:

poster.pdf

Kateřina Bubnová

Hostující vyučující LS 2021/22; visiting teacher

V tabulce najdete nabídku hostujících vyučujících na LS 2021/2022

In the table you will find the offer of visiting teachers at LS 2021/2022


Přílohy:

hostujici.pdf

Kateřina Bubnová

he Organisation of Courses in the Summer Semester of 2021/2022

Dear student,   Following the IPS management meeting dated 15.9.2020 and the Guidelines for the Organisation of Courses in the Summer Semester of 2021/2022 dated 5. 1. 2022, the Director of IPS determines that courses in the summer semester of 2021/2022 at IPS will be conducted in a hybrid/dual form, i.e. that courses take place in Pekařská 16, from where the online courses are transmitted via online platforms to the students.   The courses of languages will be only on site.   Students can enroll in online parallel classes in all courses taught at IPS. Students enrolled in online parallel classes will attend courses “online” only. If students enroll in an on-site parallel class, they will be able to attend classes in Pekařská 16. In the cases that would prevent their on-site attendance (e.g. illness), students enrolled in on-site classes may also use the online form of instruction.      


Gabriela Baranyaiová

3rd Vienna Anthropology Days aka VANDA 2022

Dear colleagues,

We are excited to announce the Call for Sessions (deadline March 1st) for the 3rd Vienna Anthropology Days aka VANDA 2022 Conference (September 26 - 30, 2022), which aims at bringing together scholars from various fields of anthropology, social sciences and humanities. For more information and submission please click on the link above. Feel free to spread the news, we are looking forward to welcoming you in Vienna!   Best regards, Your VANDA Team


Přílohy:

VANDA.pdf

Kateřina Bubnová

2022/23 University of St Andrews Global Fellowship Scheme NOW OPEN

Dear Partners, 

The University of St Andrews is delighted to announce that the 2022/23 call of the Global Fellowship Scheme is now open. The Global Fellowship Scheme, which is now in its fourth year, provides awards to enable talented scholars from around the globe to spend up to one month at St Andrews. During this time, Global Fellows will be able to undertake a course of research and study, explore potential collaborations, enhance existing relationships, advance research work and find the space to think in an inspirational environment. 

Applicants to the scheme should be recognised as significant scholars in their field or emerging leaders who have made a contribution to original research that extends the frontier of knowledge. Global Fellows are expected to hold an established academic position. Global Fellows will be expected to engage virtually with students and colleagues throughout the 2022/23 academic year and visit St Andrews between 1 August 2022 and 31 July 2023. The University provides all awardees with a stipend during their visit, self-catered accommodation, return airfare and airport transfers. Please see the Global Fellowship web page for more information or contact globalfellows@st-andrews.ac.uk.

The deadline for applications is 1 April 2022. We would be incredibly grateful if you could share this opportunity with the relevant academic members of staff at your institution.


Přílohy:

scheme.pdf

Kateřina Bubnová

Webinar : Postage stamps, a reflection of social representations and of collective memories?, 10th M

Call for papers

Although today they are exclusively – or almost exclusively – destined for the world of collectors, postage stamps have nonetheless been an essential medium for the transmission of national identities for decades. As objects associated with everyday life and mass communication, stamps are an example of what is known as banal nationalism; These are objects that we use daily, but we have almost forgotten how much they contribute to our representation of society. This makes them all the more important.Stamps are found everywhere, in democracies and dictatorships, in times of war and times of peace. They participate in the construction of societies and their collective memories. Although they are essentially "national" products, stamps circulate internationally, through their primary function as payment for postage’, as well as through the world of collectors.As an object of exchange and collection, stamps are of interest to researchers from different disciplines, but these researchers and their teams are not necessarily aware of each other. It is from this observation that the idea of organising a webinar to stimulate dialogue and reflection on some aspects of the history of philately was born.Through this exchange, we wish to encourage reflection on a number of essential questions:

1.            Decision-making processes: who decides on the images that appear on stamps? How has this evolved over the decades and in relation to shifting political regimes?

2.            What are the criteria for stamp production?

3.            How can we analyse their reception?

4.            What are the prevailing logics? Political, commercial, cultural?

5.            What are the major themes? What is debated and why? Are there any taboos or omissions?

6.            What sources are available?

7.            How can comparative approaches be promoted?

The Webinar is open to scholars and fields of all human and social sciences.The organizers will collect the proposals (max. 1 page) until 1st February. Please send your text at jean-michel.de.waele@ulb.be and chantal.kesteloot@arch.beFeedback is to be expected on the 1st of February.


Kateřina Bubnová

Předběžné termíny SZZk leden - únor / dates for winter state exam

Níže najdete předběžné termíny zimních SZZk / Below you will find preliminary dates for winter SZZk

PMV, PVP 24.-25.1.

GPS 24.1.

BS/MISS písemné (written) 24.1., obhajoby (defense) 26.1.

POL 26.-27.1.

MV/MAIN 26.-28.1.

IEPS 31.1.


Kateřina Bubnová

Konzultační hodiny/ office hours ZS 2021/2022

Zde najdete konzultační a úřední hodiny na ZS 2021/2022. 

Here you will find consulting and office hours on WS 2021/2022. 


Kateřina Bubnová