Ciro Porcaro: Research & CV

Metonymy and Stereotypes: theoretical perspectives and immigration discourse in German language Research Area 1 – Displacements, “Dépaysement” and Discrepencies: People, Knowledge and Practices Contact: ciro.porcaro(@)cefres.cz The project has as its object metonymic phenomena in German Language. In the project, special attention is paid to the German migration discourse and to the metonymic models underlying social stereotypes … Continue reading Ciro Porcaro: Research & CV

Emina Zoletic: Research & CV

Intergenerational transmission of the memory of the war: The Cases of Families in Bosnia-Herzegovina and the Bosnian diaspora in Europe Research area 1 – Displacements, “Dépaysement” and Discrepencies: People, Knowledge and Practices Contact: eminazoletic81@gmail.com The doctoral research project deals with the intergenerational transmission of memory, with the focus on the first generation of Bosnians who … Continue reading Emina Zoletic: Research & CV

Olga Kalashnikova: Research & CV

Preaching the Passion in 14th-century Bohemia: The rhetoric of Good Friday sermons Research Area 2 – Norms and Transgressions Contact: olga.kalashnikova(@)cefres.cz My dissertation aims at shedding light on the nature of late medieval Bohemian piety by tracing the evolution and peculiarities of preaching techniques for Good Friday in fourteenth-century Bohemia, from the 1330s till the end … Continue reading Olga Kalashnikova: Research & CV

CEFRES mobility grants – winners for 2022–2023

The interdisciplinary selection jury of the CEFRES mobility grants auditioned 12 candidates on May 31, 2022. It congratulates all the candidates for the high quality of their file and their hearing. After deliberating, the jury have decided as follows: Platform CEFRES Grants Jan Kremer (Charles University, PedF): Digital Game as a Representation of History Waiting list … Continue reading CEFRES mobility grants – winners for 2022–2023