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Conferences

  • HERMES 2015: Author, Authorship and Authority in the Age of Cultural Studies and New Media, 14-19 June 2015, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague
  • Between Words and Worlds: Texts and Contexts in the Early Modern Period, TEEME Conference, 31 October - 2 November 2013, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague

  • Violence and Representation: Prague-Konstanz Symposium Dedicated to the Centenary of Prague English Studies, 9-10 November 2012, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague
  • 9th World Shakespeare Congress, 7-22 July 2011, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague

  • Robert Burns in European Culture, 6-8 March 2009, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague

    Conference programme

  • Byron: East and West, 24th International Byron Conference, 31 August - 3 September, 1998, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague

  • Myths, Foundation Texts and Imagined Communities, November 2004, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague

Guest speakers

  • 2015

    Dr Christopher Whyte
    Lecture: "MacDiarmid and Shame"

    Dr Margery Palmer McCulloch (University of Glasgow)
    Lecture: "Karel Čapek and Early Twentieth-Century Dystopian Writing"

  • 2014

    Dr Natália Pikli (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
    Lecture: "Shakespeare and early modern popular culture: the cultural memory of hobby-horses, fools and whores "

    Dr Katharina Pink (University of Munich)
    Lecture: "Romantic Orientalism"

    Dr Margery Palmer McCulloch (University of Glasgow)
    Lecture: "From Orkney to Prague: Edwin Muir and the 'Single, Disunited World' of Twentieth-Century Europe"

  • 2013

    Professor Carlo Ginsburg (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)
    Lecture: "Looking at Europe from the Orient (1704-1706)"

    Professor David Duff (University of Aberdeen)
    Lecture: "The Prospectus as Romantic Genre"

    Dr Alan Rawes (University of Manchester)
    Lecture: "Byron and the Liberation of Italy"

  • 2012
  • Johannes Weber, M.A. (Otto-Friedrich Universität Bamberg)
    Lecture: “We once had a poem in the same magazine.”Stoppard’s Versions of Housman and Wilde in The Invention of Love (1997)"
  • 2011

    Professor Shirley Sharon-Zisser (New Lacanian School of Psychoanalysis and Department of English, University of Tel Aviv)
    Lecture: "The Poethics of Testimony"

    Professor Robert J.C. Young (Julius Silver Professor of English & Comparative Literature at New York University)
    Lecture: "Structuralism and the Prague School Revisited"

    Michael M. Kaylor
    Lecture: "Uranianism and the Uranians: Homosexuality in late 19th-century literature"

  • 2010

    Professor Murray Pittock, FRSE (University of Glasgow)
    Lecture: "What Is a National Culture?"

    Professor Murray Pittock, FRSE (University of Glasgow)
    Lecture: "Sir Walter Scott and Robert Burns in relation to Enlightenment thought in Scotland"

    Professor Christoph Bode (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich, Germany)
    Lecture: "Discursive Construction of Identity in the Romantic Age: the Case of S.T. Coleridge"

    Professor Carlo Ginsburg (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)
    Lecture: "Europeans, Indians, Jews (1704)"

  • 2009

    Professor J. Hillis Miller (University of California at Irvine)
    Lecture: "Imre Kertécz's Fatelessness: Fiction as Testimony"

    Professor Derek Attridge (University of York)
    Lecture: ""Once More with Feeling": Literature, Form and Affect"

  • 2008

    Professor Nicholas Roe (University of St. Andrews)
    Lecture: "John Keats, Leigh Hunt and Romantic Biography"

    Professor Nicholas Roe (University of St. Andrews)
    Lecture: "Reading Keat's "To Autumn""

  • 2007

    Dr Goran Stanivukovic (Department of English, University of Sheffield)
    Lecture: "Shakespeare and the Mediterranean Romance"

  • 2006

    Professor Wolfgang Iser
    Lecture: "Culture: A Recursive Process"

    Professor Wolfgang Iser
    Lecture: "Erasing Narration: Samuel Beckett's Malone Dies and Texts for Nothing"

  • 2005

    Professor Christoph Bode (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich, Germany)
    Lecture: "William Blake and Roman Jakobson's Reading of "Infant Sorrow""

Publications

  • 2014

    Renaissance Shakespeare / Shakespeare Renaissances: Proceedings of the Ninth World Shakespeare Congress, edited by Martin Procházka, Michael Dobson, Andreas Höfele and Hana Scolnicov, Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2014

    From Consumerism to Corpora: Uses of Shakespeare, edited by Martin Procházka, Litteraria Pragensia, Volume 24, Issue 47

    "Tears and Tortures and the Touch of Joy": Byron in Italy, edited by Alan Rawes and Mirka Horová, Litteraria Pragensia, Volume 23, Issue 46

    "Tears, & Tortures, & the Touch of Joy": Byron in Italy

  • 2013

    Memory, Conflict and Commerce in Early Modern Europe, edited by Martin Procházka, Paola Spinozzi and Rui Carvalho Homem, Litteraria Pragensia, Volume 23, Issue 45

    'Tis to Create and in Creating Live: Essays in Honour of Martin Procházka, edited by Ondřej Pilný and Mirka Horová, published by the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague


  • 2012

    Ruins in the New World, by Martin Procházka, Prague: Litteraria Pragensia Books, 2012

    Towards a Lachrymology: Tears in Literature and Cultural History, edited by Timothy Webb, Litteraria Pragensia, Volume 22, Issue 43

  • 2011

    William Shakespeare: Dílo (William Shakespeare: Complete Works), translated by Martin Hilský, Prague: Academia, 2011

  • 2010

    Jako když dvoranou proletí pták: Antologie nejstarší anglické poezie a prózy (700-1100), edited by Jan Čermák, Prague: Triáda, 2010

    Shakespeare a jeviště svět, by Martin Hilský, Prague: Academia, 2010

  • 2008

    Transversals, by Martin Procházka, Prague: Litteraria Pragensia Books, 2008

  • 2007

    The Whirligig of Time: Essays on Shakespeare and Czechoslovakia, by Zdeněk Stříbrný, Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2007

  • 2005

    Romantismus a romantismy, by Martin Procházka and Zdeněk Hrbata, Prague: Karolinum, 2005

  • 2000

    Shakespeare and Eastern Europe, by Zdeněk Stříbrný, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000

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