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Dub
15
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Fida Pfister Stipendium – deadline
Dub 15 celý den
Fida Pfister Stipendium - deadline

Vážené kolegyně, vážení kolegové,

Společnost Husova muzea v Praze a Centrum medievistických studií vypisují stipendium pro doktorandy medievisty. Budeme se těšit na přihlášky!

S pozdravem Robert Novotný

Fida Pfister Stipendium je stipendium pro doktorandy medievisty z České republiky. Zřizovateli jsou Společnost Husova muzea v Praze, Centrum medievistických studií a Universität Konstanz. Smyslem je poskytnout podporu pro týdenní badatelské pobyty v Kostnici, zejména pro studium ve zdejší univerzitní knihovně, která disponuje rozsáhlým prezenčním fondem medievistické literatury. Úspěšní uchazeči mají zajištěno zdarma ubytování v Husově domě a uhrazení cestovních nákladů, od univerzity obdrží podporu 100 EUR. Kromě toho získají průkaz do knihovny, kopírovací/skenovací kartu, průkazku do menzy, pro zájemce je k dispozici kolo. Termín pobytu bude operativně dohodnut podle technických možností provozu Husova domu.

Zájemci o stipendium nechť stručně popíší svůj badatelský záměr (max. jedna normostrana) a zašlou ho spolu s profesním životopisem na adresu novotny@flu.cas.cz. Aktuální termín odevzdání žádostí je 15. duben 2018, pro letošní rok jsou vypsána dvě stipendia.

Dub
19
Čt
A Saint: Holy Lives. How you Make a Saint? v FF UK, main building, room 319 (3rd floor)
Dub 19 @ 17:30 – 19:00
A Saint: Holy Lives. How you Make a Saint? @ FF UK, main building, room 319 (3rd floor) | Hlavní město Praha | Česko

Famous Austrian medievist Rudolf Simek (*1954) from Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn will speak about the constitution of the lives of the medieval saints.

The lecture is a part of the cycle Life and Biography in the Middle Ages.

Programme

Annotation:

The course aims to depict the forms and shapes of the genre of biography in the Middle Ages. It attempts to cover a broad spectrum of cultures and languages – Latin, Hebrew, Middle High German, Occitan, Old Norse or Balkan – and a full range of figures whose life medieval biography could depict: heathen and Christian kings, heroes, saints, Jesus as well as adventurers and dark heroes.

However, the course plans to offer more than an analysis and classification of biography subgenres and picturesque personalities. All the lectures should address the question of what was substantial in a human life for the medieval man, what gave it value and endowed it with meaning.

All the lectures and discussions will be in English, the lectures will be held by guest professors from foreign universities.

Dub
26
Čt
A Villain: The Growth of the Biography of Dismas and Gesmas in Medieval Sources v FF UK, main building, room 319 (3rd floor)
Dub 26 @ 17:30 – 19:00
A Villain: The Growth of the Biography of Dismas and Gesmas in Medieval Sources @ FF UK, main building, room 319 (3rd floor) | Hlavní město Praha | Česko

German medievist and germanist Wilhelm Heizmann (Ludwig-Maxmilians-Universität München) will speak about the constitution of lives of the two prototypic villains of the European Middle Ages: Dismas and Gesmas, the two thieves on the Cross.

The lecture is a part of the cycle Life and Biography in the Middle Ages.

Programme

Annotation:

The course aims to depict the forms and shapes of the genre of biography in the Middle Ages. It attempts to cover a broad spectrum of cultures and languages – Latin, Hebrew, Middle High German, Occitan, Old Norse or Balkan – and a full range of figures whose life medieval biography could depict: heathen and Christian kings, heroes, saints, Jesus as well as adventurers and dark heroes.

However, the course plans to offer more than an analysis and classification of biography subgenres and picturesque personalities. All the lectures should address the question of what was substantial in a human life for the medieval man, what gave it value and endowed it with meaning.

All the lectures and discussions will be in English, the lectures will be held by guest professors from foreign universities.

Kvě
3
Čt
Jesus: The Late Medieval Lives of Christ v FF UK, main building, room 319 (3rd floor)
Kvě 3 @ 17:30 – 19:00
Jesus: The Late Medieval Lives of Christ @ FF UK, main building, room 319 (3rd floor) | Hlavní město Praha | Česko

Hungarian scholar David Falvay (ELTE Budapest) will speak about the late medieval lives of Christ and evaluate them as reflections of the medieval Christian piety.

The lecture is a part of the cycle Life and Biography in the Middle Ages.

Programme

Annotation:

The course aims to depict the forms and shapes of the genre of biography in the Middle Ages. It attempts to cover a broad spectrum of cultures and languages – Latin, Hebrew, Middle High German, Occitan, Old Norse or Balkan – and a full range of figures whose life medieval biography could depict: heathen and Christian kings, heroes, saints, Jesus as well as adventurers and dark heroes.

However, the course plans to offer more than an analysis and classification of biography subgenres and picturesque personalities. All the lectures should address the question of what was substantial in a human life for the medieval man, what gave it value and endowed it with meaning.

All the lectures and discussions will be in English, the lectures will be held by guest professors from foreign universities.

Kvě
10
Čt
A Jewish Jesus: Sorcerer, Rebel, or Pious Fool? Jewish Narratives about Jesus and Their Medieval Afterlives v FF UK, main building, room 319 (3rd floor)
Kvě 10 @ 17:30 – 19:00
A Jewish Jesus: Sorcerer, Rebel, or Pious Fool? Jewish Narratives about Jesus and Their Medieval Afterlives @ FF UK, main building, room 319 (3rd floor) | Hlavní město Praha | Česko

Young Czech Hebraist Milan Žonca (Charles University, Prague) will speak about spectacular, scurrile and blasphemous Jewish medieval narratives about the life of Jesus Christ

The lecture is a part of the cycle Life and Biography in the Middle Ages.

Programme

Annotation:

The course aims to depict the forms and shapes of the genre of biography in the Middle Ages. It attempts to cover a broad spectrum of cultures and languages – Latin, Hebrew, Middle High German, Occitan, Old Norse or Balkan – and a full range of figures whose life medieval biography could depict: heathen and Christian kings, heroes, saints, Jesus as well as adventurers and dark heroes.

However, the course plans to offer more than an analysis and classification of biography subgenres and picturesque personalities. All the lectures should address the question of what was substantial in a human life for the medieval man, what gave it value and endowed it with meaning.

All the lectures and discussions will be in English, the lectures will be held by guest professors from foreign universities.

Kvě
17
Čt
A Dark Hero: Tronege Hagen and the Sinister Thread of the Middle High German Nibelungenlied v FF UK, main building, room 319 (3rd floor)
Kvě 17 @ 17:30 – 19:00
A Dark Hero: Tronege Hagen and the Sinister Thread of the Middle High German Nibelungenlied @ FF UK, main building, room 319 (3rd floor) | Hlavní město Praha | Česko

Young German scholar Florian Deichl (Ludwig-Maxmilians-Universität München) will speak about the sinister figure of Hagen in the German medieval Song of the Nibelungs and try to uncover the origins of the human fascinations by so called “dark heroes”

The lecture is a part of the cycle Life and Biography in the Middle Ages.

Programme

Annotation:

The course aims to depict the forms and shapes of the genre of biography in the Middle Ages. It attempts to cover a broad spectrum of cultures and languages – Latin, Hebrew, Middle High German, Occitan, Old Norse or Balkan – and a full range of figures whose life medieval biography could depict: heathen and Christian kings, heroes, saints, Jesus as well as adventurers and dark heroes.

However, the course plans to offer more than an analysis and classification of biography subgenres and picturesque personalities. All the lectures should address the question of what was substantial in a human life for the medieval man, what gave it value and endowed it with meaning.

All the lectures and discussions will be in English, the lectures will be held by guest professors from foreign universities.

Říj
24
St
Archeologie klášterů 5. – 11. století v oblasti středovýchodní Francie v Studovna Centra medievistických studií
Říj 24 @ 14:00
Archeologie klášterů 5. - 11. století v oblasti středovýchodní Francie @ Studovna Centra medievistických studií | Hlavní město Praha | Czechia

Přednáška Dr. Sebastiána Bully.

Pozvánka

Kvě
30
Čt
Enclosed and wrapped about with dust: Latin and English in the material history of the Bible in England, 1200-1553 v ÚŘLS FF UK, místnost 147
Kvě 30 @ 18:00
Enclosed and wrapped about with dust: Latin and English in the material history of the Bible in England, 1200-1553 @ ÚŘLS FF UK, místnost 147

Na přednášku Dr. Eyal Polega (Queen Mary University of London) srdečně zvou KREAS, Ústav řeckých a latinských studií a Jednota klasických filologů.

Abstrakt přednášky naleznete v pozvánce.

Pozvánka

Lis
7
Čt
Workshop: European transformation of settlement pattern in archaeological and written sources v Šporkův palác
Lis 7 – Lis 8 celý den
Workshop: European transformation of settlement pattern in archaeological and written sources @ Šporkův palác

FF UK ve spolupráci s Université Toulouse – Jean Jaurès hostí interdisciplinární workshop věnující se výzkumu strukturálních proměn středověké krajiny a venkovských sídlišť. Příspěvky přednesou archeologové a historici z Francie, Itálie, Německa, Polska a České republiky. Součástí workshopu je prohlídka vybraných archeologických lokalit.

Peuplement et transformation de l’habitat en Europe dans les sources écrites et la documentation archéologique (11e – 14e siècle)

European transformation of settlement pattern in archaeological and written sources

(11th–14th ct.)

Jednacími jazyky jsou francouzština a angličtina. Workshop řeší dílčí úkol projektu KREAS. Podrobnější informace o přednáškách jsou k dispozici v programu s abstrakty.

Program ve formátu A3

Leták

Kontaktní osoba:

Tomáš Klír

Ústav pro archeologii FF UK

Lis
22
The Birth of Spanish in 3D: A Search for Its Origins v Faculty of Arts, Celetná, room 108
Lis 22 @ 10:00

Prezentace výukového filmu o dopadu překladů z arabštiny na vývoj kastilštiny jako intelektuálního a politického jazyka, diskuse. Více informací: https://birth-of-spanish.rll.lsa.umich.edu/

The lecture is going to be delivered by Ryan Szpiech from the University of Michigan.

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