Since the beginning of the armed conflict in Ukraine, our faculty has accepted more than 40 students from Ukraine. Most of them are “freemovers” – students who still study at Ukrainian universities but cannot continue there with their studies.
The international conference with the subtitle “Role of Science, Knowledge Transfer, Education and Youth Social Care” takes place in the Pedagogical Museum of J. A. Comenius and at the Department of Education on 23–24 June. The main topics of the conference are the significance of pedagogical institutions and organizations, forming of professional and personal identity.
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On 22–26 June, the Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures at CU FA will welcome around 150 delegates from all over the world at the congress, the main programme of which will take place in the main building of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University. The congress is co-organized with International Association for the Study of Scottish Literatures.
The goal of the JUNIOR Fund is to attract prospective international post-doc researchers, who will carry out research within a specific field. The main initiative is always on the relevant research establishment or a faculty or other unit of Charles University that is interested in researching a particular research project.
The Faculty of Arts, Charles University, is flying a rainbow flag in support of the LGBT+ community during Pride Month because equality, freedom, and respect are not values that would appear in the public space once and stay there. It is necessary to introduce them to it continuously.
For the last two years, Dr. Anežka Kuzmičová (Institute of Czech Language and Theory of Communication) has conducted creative research into children’s reading. Researchers often emphasise literacy and language acquisition but there has been little study of what children experience as they read: what they take in from stories and what stays with them afterwards.
The third and last meeting of the Teaching European History in the 21st Century project took place on 20–22 May. The focus of the ISP was mainly the critical discussion about selected chapters from the forthcoming transnational textbook of European history along with a collective production of video lectures, on which students cooperated with the authors of the chapters.
Charles University is among those helping, aiding more than 150 Ukrainian students and academics, setting up Czech language courses, housing hundreds of refugees in dormitories, and drawing on students volunteering at train stations and centres. "I believe that by working together we are able to help effectively," Rector Milena Kraličková wrote in late May.