NEWS & EVENTS

office hours - change

Helena Znojemská:
the regular Monday term
moves to Tue 16/1 and 23/1
in the respective weeks

Cré na Cille: Launch of the Czech Translation

Wednesday 31 January 2018, 19:00, Café Kampus

Výsledek obrázku pro hřbitovní hlína

Samuel Beckett and Technology conference

13-15 September

Last chance to submit an abstract!

MA Finals Winter 2018

29 January, Room 217

Office Hours

Winter Exam Period 2018

 

ESSE 2018 Call for Papers!

Deadline for abstracts: 1 March 2018

CfP Fantasy and Myth in the Anthropocene

Deadline for abstracts: 28 February

 

EXAM CALENDAR

Winter 2018

2 Jan - 16 Feb

Student Conference: Call for Papers

Literatura a dokument. Literatura jako dokument

FINAL EXAMS

Winter 2018

DEPARTMENT HEAD AGENDA

1 Sept 2017 - 12 Feb 2018

Prague Linguistic Circle (PLK)

 2017/2018 programme

  

 

PRAGUE INDIE LIT SCENE

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' “We are living in the Left Bank of the Nineties.” When legendary International Herald Tribune correspondent and founding Prague Post editor Alan Levy wrote these words, about “living in an historical place at an historical time,” he forecast a literary renaissance in Prague that many doubted and few recognised when indeed it did occur. For after the spotlight of media attention turned away from Prague in the late nineties, a group of writers emerging from the Prague scene had already begun to make their mark. Tom McCarthy, Joshua Cohen, Travis Jeppesen, Louis Armand, Phil Shoenfelt, Myla Goldberg, Christopher Cook, Toby Litt, Robert Eversz have all received international recognition as novelists during the last twenty years, meeting the challenge laid down by Bruce Sterling in Wired magazine to write “new and powerful” work.'

 

Check out more about Prague's English-language indie lit scene, featuring the work and projects of our colleagues, and students former & current!

https://bibliofone.wordpress.com/2017/02/24/the-huge-prague-indie-lit-scene-you-wish-you-knew-about/