Area Studies Research Seminar

Area Studies Research Seminar

The area studies research seminar offers a platform for an internal debate on the on-going and planned research at the Institute of International Studies. The presenters are IMS researchers as well as guests from Czech and foreign research institutions. The seminar is intended for all IMS staff and Ph.D. students.

Program of the Winter term 2019 below. Seminars are held in room J3093 at 12:30 - 13:50 unless otherwise stated at the program.

Upcoming seminars

Stay tuned for upcoming seminars!

Past Lectures

19 May - Jakub Eberle (ÚMV), Zoom, 12:30,

Germany as a dividual power


11 May - Paolo Graziano (University of Padova) - Postponed due to Covid-19

Comperative Neo-populism


28 April - Anna Lukešová (IMS) a Kateřina Koči (VŠE),

Promoting State Interests in International Organizations: Emphasis on Personnel Level in the Czech Republic


17 April - Stefan Gänzle (University of Agder) - Postponed due to Covid-19

Differentiated integration in Europe


27 March - Emil Kerenji (USHMM) - Postponed due to Covid-19

Geopolitics, Demographics, and Population Projects in Interwar Yugoslavia


17 March - Seminar for GAČR proposals, Jino 2066, 12:30

Presentation of projects and feedbacks from opponents


3 December 2019 - Farkhad Alimukhamedov (Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Toulouse) - Postponed due to illness

Ethical Commitments and Raison d’Etat in Rentier States: Asylum-seeker policies in the Gulf Cooperation Council and the Central Asian Republic during the Refugee Crisis.


25 November 2019 - Eliška Tomalová a Eliška Černovská (IMS FSV UK)

EU Water Diplomacy.


19 November 2019 - Andrzej Turkowski (University of Warsaw).

The 1989 Transformation and Its Influence on the Polish Space of Opinion on Russia. 


22 October 2019 - Dr Irena Kalhousová
In Search of Central Europe: The Visegrad Group and the Vote on the Israeli-
Palestinian Conflict in the UNGA