The Irish Centre at the Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures at CU FA in collaboration with Embassy of Ireland Prague organize a festival Brigid Meets Prague 2021. This year’s celebration will be online podcasts featuring a range of Irish female literary creativity.
Petr Plecháč, completing a Ph. D. in mathematical linguistics at CU FA, made world headlines with his analysis of Shakespeare’s Henry VIII. Plecháč’s study – using machine learning – analysed word frequency patterns and rhythms to provide evidence that the play was a collaborative effort. Henry VIII was not written by Shakespeare alone.
Doc. Marek Jakoubek from the Institute of Ethnology at CU FA was awarded the Certificate of Merit by the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences for his contribution to Bulgarian studies. He was awarded for the establishment of a research centre in Pilsen. Currently, he works on the establishing of a similar centre at the Prague’s institute. Marek Jakoubek undertakes […]
Charles University and its faculties are buying a lot of bibliographic and full-text databases. Take a look at the list of databases that can be used in 2021. Some of the resources are available to all users of the whole Charles University and some are accessible only by the users from particular faculties. In bold are resources […]
From 13 January 2021, CU FA libraries will start again to loan books to the students and employees of Charles University in a restricted mode.
The Rector of Charles University and the Mayor of Prague signed a partnership agreement at the end of the year and, thus, founded a joint project that significantly contributes to an enhanced connection of the academic, city, and general public activities. A newly registered institution Kampus Hybernská, z.ú. has begun its operation.
Anonymous electronic course evaluation takes place from 5 until 24 January. The results, including the comments, will be released before the start of the summer semester.