Charles University recently hosted a conference in the Patriotic Hall outlining the scope and direction of a major research project that received half a billion crowns in funding last year. The colossal project named <i>Beyond security: The role of conflict in building resilience</i> (CoRe) is coordinated by the Faculty of Arts, Charles University.
Senior Lecturer in the School of English at the University of St Andrews and poet writing in Scottish Gaelic Peter Mackay discusses his poetry, gaps in Scottish Studies, Mozart, and the strategic partnership between Charles University and the University of St Andrews. The interviewer is Czech scholar and translator from Gaelic Petra Johana Poncarová.
The co-authors of the article “Neolithic long barrows were built on the margins of settlement zones as revealed by elemental soil analysis at four sites in the Czech Republic” are Dr Martin Janovský and Dr Laszlo Ferenczi from the Department of Archaeology at CU FA.
On Monday, 21 January 2024, one month after the tragic incident at CU FA, we will gather as an academic community to remember and honor those we have lost. During this time, we will be granting limited access to the main building of CU FA, allowing students and lecturers to temporarily return.
We would like to thank all, who participated in the hugging of the faculty, for your support and courage. Every interaction with you convinces us of the tremendous strength and cohesion of our academic community. All of this gives us the energy, day after day, to rebuild and take back our academic life together.
The training modules focus on the relations between Russia, Europe, and the USA from historical, sociological, political, intercultural, and anthropological perspectives. CU FA students can apply only for the module taking place in Sofia, Bulgaria on 7–11 March 2024.
Come and make pottery during the exam period. You can make your own ideas come true, suitable for self-realization. Currently, there are ten spots for one class, but the capacity should be expanded in the future. One class takes about two hours.
The Management of Charles University and CU FA provides the latest summary of the situation and coming steps over the course of January in the recording of a meeting with media in Patriotic Hall in Charles University's Carolinum on 4 January 2024.
Thousands of people took part in a commemorative event at CU FA on Thursday, 4 January – fourteen days after an unprecedented tragedy. A commemorative procession honoured the 14 people whose lives were tragically cut short on 21 December, and served as a symbolic embrace of the faculty as it mourns and recovers in this difficult period.