Ph.D. 2015-2021, General Anthropology, specialization: historical anthropology, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University
Mgr. 2011-2014 summa cum laude, Oral History – Contemporary History, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University
Bc. 2008-2011 Liberal Arts and Humanities, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University
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2019–now: Member of Academic Senate, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University
2018-now: Member of Executive Committee, Czech Oral History Association
2017–now: Assistant Professor, Oral History-Contemporary History, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University
2017–2020: Head of the Department of Oral History-Contemporary History, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University
2012–2021: Executive Secretary of Department of Oral History – Contemporary History, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University
2015–2019: Doctoral Researcher, Institute of Contemporary History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
2016–2018: Member of Academic Senate, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University
2013–2015: Executive Secretary of Department of European Cultural and Intellectual History, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University
2010–2012: Student’s Administration Office, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University
WOHLMUTH MARKUPOVÁ, Jana. Between ‘Creators and Bearers of the Czech National Myth’ and an ‘Academic Suicide’: Czech Biography in the Twenty-First Century. In: Renders, Hans and Veltman, David (ed.). Different Lives: Global Perspective on Biography in Public Cultures and Societies. Leiden, Boston: Brill, 2020, s. 182–196.
WOHLMUTH MARKUPOVÁ, Jana. Sametová revoluce jako symbolické centrum a Variace revoluce. In: Vaněk, Miroslav a kol. Sto studentských evolucí. Vysokoškolští studenti roku 1989. Životopisná vyprávění v časosběrné perspektivě. Prague: Academia, 2019, p. 65–70 a 139–184.
WOHLMUTH MARKUPOVÁ, Jana. „Sametová“ zkušenost. Studentští revolucionáři z listopadu 1989, Václav Havel a (nepolitická) politika. In: Soudobé dějiny 2-3/2019, Prague: 2019, p. 257-287.
WOHLMUTH MARKUPOVÁ, Jana. Reflections on the Conference “A Hundred Student (R)Evolutions”. In: Czech Journal of Contemporary History VII/2019, Prague: 2019, p. 166-172.
KRÁTKÁ, Lenka, WOHLMUTH MARKUPOVÁ, Jana, VANĚK, Miroslav. Peaceful Science? : Changes and Constants in Works and Lives of Scientists in the Years 1968-2008. Prague: Charles University. 2018, 286 pages.
VANĚK, Miroslav, KRÁTKÁ, Lenka, WOHLMUTH MARKUPOVÁ, Jana. Methodology for Realization of Oral History Research in the Environment of Research Institutes, Scientific Institutions and „Intellectual Elites“. Methodology (NmetC). Technology Agency of the Czech Republic. Prague: 2017.
MARKUPOVÁ, Jana. The Palouš Family as One of the Centers of Czech Dissident Culture. Prague: Faculty of Humanities. Urban People, 14, 2012, 1. On-line.
Summer School of Philosophy. 1.–12. 7. 2021. Velké Losiny. From Puzuk and Sakateka to Chief. Short Biography of Ivan M. Havel.
7th International Czech Oral History Association Conference „Oral History in Times of Crisis“. 18.–19. 2. 2021. Faculty of Humanities, Charles University. Co-organization of Event and a Presentation: Oral History of Covid-19 Pandemic in the Czech Republic and Abroad (together with Miroslav Vaněk). Available on-line.
Breaching the Walls. We do need education! 25. 9. 2020. Institute of Contemporary History, Czech Academy of Sciences, on-line webinar. Meaning of 17th November 1989 in the Memory of Former Student Protagonists in Czech Republic. On-line.
Hopes and Disillusions after Revolutions (A Global Approach). 6–7 December 2019. CEFRES a UK, Praha. Meaning of the 17th November 1989 in the Memory of Former Student Protagonists in Czech Republic.
51st Annual ASEEES Convention. 23–26 November 2019. Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES), San Francisco, USA. Book Discussion: „One Hundred Student (r)Evolutions. The Student Generation of 1989 in Longitudinal Perspective,“ by Miroslav Vaněk et al.
One Hundred Student (R)Evolutions. 24 May 2019, Václav Havel Library, Prague, Czech Republic. Organization of Event and a Presentation: Variations of Revolution. Available On-line.
Czech Oral History Association conference. From Democratization do Democracy. Oral History in Contemporary History Research. 6–7 February 2019, University of Palacky, Olomouc, Czech Republic. Images and Influences of Velvet Revolution in Lives of Its actors–students
Oral History Association. 2018 Annual Meeting. Oral History in Our Challenging Times. 10–14 October 2018. Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. Sharing Experience. Presentation of an Oral History Based Biography of Ivan M. Havel
IOHA 2018 Memory & Narration. The XX International Oral History Association Conference, 18–21 June 2018, University of Jyväskylä, Finland. Sharing Experience. Presentation of an Oral History Based Biography of Ivan M. Havel
The 11th Congress of Czech Historians. A professional meeting of historians of the Czech Republic, 13–15 September 2017, Brno. Biography, Oral History and Other Sources.
International Association for Biography and Autobiography Europe 2017: Life Writing, Europe and New Media, 7–9 June 2017, King’s College London. Problematics of Digital Archives in the Czech Republic: Security Services Archive and Its Role in the Public and Academic Sphere.
16th International Oral History Center Conference, 2–3 June 2017, Sovinec, Czech Republic. Browsing the Soon To Be Published Book about Ivan M. Havel: What Is in the Book and What Is Not (and Why).
5th International Czech Oral History Association Conference, 15–16 February 2017, Brno, Czech Republic. Many Faces of Oral History. From Theory And Methodology to Research Practice, Teaching And Popularization. Biography, Oral History And Ethics. On The Relationship Between Researcher And Narrator.
3rd Czech Oral History Association Conference, 21–23 March 2013, Pardubice, Czech Republic. Theoretical And Practical Aspects of Oral History. On Personalism In Relation To Contemporary History Research
10th Oral History Center Conference, 2–5 June 2011, Sovinec, Czech Republic. The Palouš Family as One of the Centers of Czech Dissident Culture – Oral History