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EDUCATION

PhD 2015 -, General Anthropology, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University

  • PhD thesis: Hugo Vavrečka – biography, supervisor Martin C. Putna

Mgr. 2011-2014 summa cum laude, Oral History – Contemporary History, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University

  • Master’s thesis: Biography of Ivan M. Havel, supervisor Martin C. Putna, reviewer Jiří Suk

Bc. 2008-2011 Liberal Arts and Humanities, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University

  • Bachelor’s thesis: The Palouš Family as One of the Centers of Czech Dissident Culture – Oral History, supervisor Martin C. Putna, reviewer Zdeněk Pinc

QUALIFICATION

TOEFL iBT Test Score: 101 points (maximum 120)


RESEARCH INTEREST

My research passion is historical biography. I focus not only on its methodological aspects (how to do biography), but also on the specific background of this approach (the ideas behind it), while the second part of my research interest is closely connected to philosophy and historiography or philosophy of history. However, my interest in biography is not as abstract as it may seem; it has always been an integral part of my individual researches, that cover the period from the Austria-Hungary Empire until contemporary Czech Republic.


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2017–now: Lecturer and Head of Department of Oral History-Contemporary History, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University

August 2015–now: Doctoral Researcher, Institute of Contemporary History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

April 2012–now: Executive Secretary of Department of Oral History – Contemporary History, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University

February 2016–January 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


PUBLICATIONS

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. 

WOHLMUTH MARKUPOVÁ, Jana. Ivan M. Havel: From Puzuk to Sakateka (1938-1989). Prague: Karolinum Press, 2017, 208 s.

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.


CONFERENCES

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


AWARDS

Josef Hlávka Foundation Award for 2014


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