Výzkumný seminář IMS

Výzkumný seminář IMS

Výzkumný seminář teritoriálních studií je platformou pro vnitřní debatu o probíhajícím a plánovaném výzkumu na Institutu mezinárodních studií. Vystupujícími jsou pracovníci IMS i hosté z českých a zahraničních výzkumných institucí. Seminář je určen všem zaměstnancům a doktorandům IMS.

Program na zimní semestr 2023/2024 naleznete níže na této stránce. Semináře se konají prezenčně v zasedací místnosti (č. C423) v budově C kampusu Jinonice (U Kříže 8, Praha 5) a zároveň také online přes Zoom, v čase 11:00 - 12:00, pokud není u data uvedeno jinak.

Seminář byl v letech 2019-2022 organizovaný s podporou Jean Monnet Chair TeDEUSS - Teaching and Debating EU Small States' Security.

Plánované přednášky

Datum                                              Přednášející                                                        Téma                                  
19.12.2023, 11:00 (místnost B 329) Veronika Homolová Territorial Autonomy in the Early 20th Century: Bridging Nationalism and Peace
  Ladislav Beneš Zahraniční vztahy a hospodářská pomoc pro Českobratrskou církev evangelickou v 70. a 80. letech 20. století

Uplynulé přednášky

Datum Přednášející Téma
11.12.2023, 11:00 Lamiya Panahova Seeking Greatness in the Past: Domestic Narratives of a Great Nation in Contemporary Azerbaijan
4.12.2023, 11:00 Jiří Pondělíček For the Bomb, Against the Bomb: Analysis of the Letters to Truman regarding the Use of Atomic Bomb in Korea
27.11.2023, 11:00 Olga Oleinikova (University of Technology Sydney) The ghosts of “internal colonisation”: Anthropogenic impacts of Russian imperial ambitions in Ukraine
23.10.2023, 11:00 Paolo Pizzolo (CISAD, Jagiellonian University) Does Size Really Matter? Small Powers’ Behaviour in the Indo-Pacific: The Cases of Cambodia, Singapore, and New Zealand
9.10.2023, 11:00 Jitka Králová (UCL) 'Between Debt and Democracy’ Indebtedness and Resistance in the Deindustrializing region of the Czech Republic
22.5.2023, 11:00 Thomas Chopard (National Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilizations) Jewish migrations and the Soviet border regime around World War II
15.5.2023, 11:00 Tess Megginson (UNC Chapel Hill) The Czechoslovak Geographical Imagination on Maps during WWI
27.4.2023, 11:00 Dennie Oude Nijhuis (Leiden University) Long-term Strategic Thinking, Cost Considerations, and the Partisan Politics of Ghent
11.4.2023, 14:00 Ebru Turhan (Turkish-German University) Transnational Drivers of Domestic Politicization: A Post-Functionalist Analysis of German-Turkish Relations
27.3.2023, 11:00 Nuripa Mukanova Interdisciplinary and multilevel perspectives of corruption
20.3.2023, 9:30 Seminář k plánovaným GAČRům  
6.3.2023, 11:00 Valentýna Drtinová a Dagmar Hanzlíková (Ústřední knihovna Univerzity Karlovy) Open Science na Univerzitě Karlově - co je publikování open access a jak na to?
27.2.2023, 9:00 - 12:30 JUDr. Mgr. Michal Urban, Ph.D. Jak dále zlepšit své pedagogické dovednosti (kurz pro pokročilé učitele) informace o kurzu zde
20.2.2023, 11:00 Roman Kolodii Soft(ware) Underbelly: Unpacking Russia’s Cyber-Incident Response through Securitization Theory of Cyberattack Attribution
28.11.2022, 11:00 Rosamund Johnston (University of Vienna) Arms Dealing in Normalization-era Czechoslovakia in Three Biographies
2.11.2022, 15:00 (pouze online) Zora Piskačová (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) A “Common Enterprise”? The Role of Utility Infrastructures in the Divided City of Teschen, 1920-1938
17.10.2022, 11:00 Ioannis Stylianidis (University of Heidelberg) The representation of the Jews in the Greek media: focusing on the vandalism of the Jewish cultural heritage
3.10.2022, 11:00 Aniruddha Kar (University of Heidelberg) Indian Memory Project: Postmemories by Post-Generations
16.5.2022, 11:00 Oszkar Roginer Traces of memory and identity politics in literature of Hungarians from Yugoslavia
9.5.2022, 11:00 Patrick Kupper (University of Innsbruck) On writing a European History of Environmental Protection
2.5.2022, 11:00 Paolo Graziano (University of Padua) Neopopulism. Towards a Theoretical Research Framework
26.4.2022, 13:00 Irena Kalhousová (FSV UK), Michal Onderčo (Erasmus University Rotterdam) Dissident past and divergent present: How dissident culture influences diplomacy with Israel
11.4.2022, 11:00 Alena Drieschová (University of Cambridge) Liberal Governance and its Contestation in the European Union
4.4.2022, 11:00 Adam Hudek (Slovak Academy of Sciences) The afterlife of the Slovak national communism in the 1990s
28.3.2022, 11:00 Lamiya Panahova Internal perceptions of the European Union’s role in the peace process of the Karabakh conflict in Azerbaijan
28.2.2022, 11:00 Barbora Menclová Global socialist development in practice: Czechoslovak experts in independent Angola
21.2.2022, 11:00 Erik Davtyan (Yerevan State University) To escalate or not to escalate? Lessons of the past, foreign policy learning and the 2020 war in Nagorno Karabakh
13.12.2021, 11:00 Ondřej Klípa How Polish Comrades Modernized Husák’s Czechoslovakia
6.12.2021, 11:00 Johana Kłusek The role of Anglophilia in the process of Czechoslovak turning to the East: Conciliation of conservatism with socialism
22.11.2021, 11:00 Jakub Šindelář Remembering the Great War in a more European way? WW1 in the video game Valiant Hearts
8.11.2021, 10:00 Marcin Kosman (University of Warsaw) Past Dangers as Current Threats. The Discourse of Confederation Liberty and Independence in Poland
18.10.2021, 11:00 Anna Lukešová Multi-level governance of immigrant integration policies: the case of Austria and Czechia
4.10.2021, 11:30 Tomáš Weiss Institutional inertia and change: Explaining the Czech and Portuguese engagement in PESCO and EDF
4.5.2021, 11:30 Václav Šmidrkal Resistance Fighters, Volunteers, and the Rest. Czech Legal Ordering of War Heroism in the 20th Century
19.4.2021, 11:00 Jaromír Mrňka (IPS FSV UK) Experience and Trauma of Sexual Violence and Rape in the Testimonies of German Expellees from the Bohemian Lands after WWII
12.4.2021, 11.00 Jan Hornát a Eliška Tomalová Status-seeking and International Organisations
22.3.2021, 11:00 Mikuláš Pešta (FF UK) Cognitive dissonance of Czechoslovak Revolutionary Practice
9.3.2021, 11:00 Karin Hofmeisterová Position of the Serbian Orthodox Church in memory production of post-Milošević`s Serbia
Oscar Sanchez
(University of Hong Kong)
In the Shadow of Capitalism: How to Write a History of Socialism beyond Teleology and Ideological Determinism
8.2.2021, 11:00 Jerome Heurtaux From one justice to another. Narratives of injustice by the executives of the former regime in Tunisia
7.12.2020, 11:00 Irena Kalhousová Populist Politics of Memory and Foreign Policy as a Dyad:  Polish-Israeli Relations through a Theoretical Lens
23.11.2020, 11:00 Klára Žaloudková Wealth defence strategies of Bulgarian oligarchs in the 1990s
3.11.2020, 11:00 Patryk Gacka Protection of collective memories against denialism
26.10.2020, 11:00 Eliška Černovská Primary issues in foreign policy agenda-setting
12.10.2020, 11:00 Mitchell Young Knowledge Power Europe
6.10.2020, 11:00  Maria Piekarska    Can forest remember? On agency, risk, and possibilities in environmental memorials
19.5.2020, 12:30         Jakub Eberle (ÚMV)    Germany as a dividual power
Přesunuto kvůli COVID-19 Paolo Graziano (University of Padova) Comperative Neo-populism
28.4.2020, 12:30    Anna Lukešová (IMS) a Kateřina Koči (VŠE) Promoting State Interests in International Organizations: Emphasis on Personnel Level in the Czech Republic
Přesunuto kvůli COVID-19 Stefan Gänzle (University of Agder) Differentiated integration in Europe
Přesunuto kvůli COVID-19 Emil Kerenji (USHMM) Geopolitics, Demographics, and Population Projects in Interwar Yugoslavia
17.3.2020, 12:30 Seminar for GAČR proposals Presentation of projects and feedbacks from opponents
Přesunuto kvůli nemoci Farkhad Alimukhamedov (Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Toulouse) 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.
25.11.2019, 12:30 Eliška Tomalová a Eliška Černovská EU Water Diplomacy.
19.11.2019, 12:30 Andrzej Turkowski (University of Warsaw) The 1989 Transformation and Its Influence on the Polish Space of Opinion on Russia. 
22.10.2019, 12:30 Irena Kalhousová In Search of Central Europe: The Visegrad Group and the Vote on the Israeli-
Palestinian Conflict in the UNGA