The Russian historian Andrei Zubov receives an honorary doctorate from MUNI
In his speech Zubov focused on Slavic solidarity, which could help overcome the authoritarian regimes in Russia and Belarus.
British researcher to study interwar art at MUNI
Masaryk University has awarded the second ever Muni Award in Science and Humanities to Matthew Rampley, a British expert on art history.
From independent Czechoslovakia to the act establishing the second Czech university
The number 50 of the law shows how pressing this matter was, writes historian Lukáš Fasora.
What is the Czech Republic actually celebrating on its 100th anniversary?
Historian Jiří Hanuš explains that in celebrating 1918 we are foremost celebrating end of the communist regime in 1989.
Exotic summer travels: from Hong Kong to Brno
Alvin Tsang came to Brno all the way from Hong Kong for one purpose: the three-week Summer School – Central Europe.
View of Central European history distorted in the 19th century
The medieval emperor Frederick Barbarossa is often viewed as an enemy who tried to prevent the rise of the Czech nation.
A foreign student's amusing struggles with Czech: the horrors of the seven cases
Harry Patterson, a British participant in Summer School of Slavonic Studies chose to study Czech because it was challenge.
Art historians walked over a thousand kilometres. Now they want to crowdfund a book
Students of Masaryk University decided to explore French medieval monuments on foot just like medieval pilgrims.
“We love knowledge. Knowledge is our art.”