The book Contos e lendas da Amazônia (Ukradený déšť a jiné příběhy z Amazonie) was translated by students of Portugal and Luso-Brazilian Studies at the Department of Romance Studies at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, under the supervision of Dr Šárka Grauová.
The twelfth season of the conference revolves around the following theme: Africa and (the Other) Europe: Imageries – Discourses – Exchanges. It will be held at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, on 15-17 September.
In cooperation with Charles University, the third year of the Association of Brazilianists in Europe (ABRE) takes place from 20 to 24 September.
We are pleased to invite all international Bachelor´s, Master´s and Doctoral degree programmes students beginning their studies at Charles University in the academic year 2021/2022 to our Welcome Day.
The extensive bilingual project takes place until December 2021. It aims to commemorate the diverse creations by František Listopad – a Czech writer, poet, literary and film critic, director, and pedagogue – who was born precisely 100 years ago.
The Czech translation of the autobiography Cesta bílým terorem (Journey Through the White Terror) by Kang-i Sun Chang, a world-renown sinologist, has been published. The book recalls the period of persecutions in post-war Taiwan by giving the account of stormy family history with a preface by Prof Olga Lomová from CU FA.
After almost two years and eight months of intensive implementation, Central Libray of Charles University has launched a modern library platform Alma. It unifies all previous library systems and significantly simplifies and quickens the use of offered services.
The latest issue of the journal Litteraria Pragensia: Studies in Literature and Culture, “Migration and Intercultural Communication”, edited by Martin Procházka and Petra Johana Poncarová (Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures), has been published. The whole issue is available in the open access mode. Contents: Martin Procházka: Migration and Intercultural Communication: An Introduction William O’Reilly: […]