Seminars 2020–2021

Epistemological CEFRES / IMS FSV UK Seminar

This seminar wants to provide young researchers with a theoretical background and help them to reflect upon how they use and elaborate relevant concepts for their PhD research. It will also highlight the differences and similarities in using concepts in different disciplines. Seminar is open to PhD students and post-doctoral scholars . Each session will begin with an overview of one selected reading mainly in English, followed by a discussion.
Conveners: Jérôme Heurtaux (CEFRES), Tomas Weiss (FSV UK), Mitchell Young (IMS FSV UK), Claire Madl (CEFRES)

Current Issues. Reflection on Crises

This seminar aims at revisiting the notion of “crises”, which has regained a world-wide attention due to the appearance and extensive spread of Covid-19, through the lense of various disciplines and fields of reasearch. The seminar was organized by CEFRES at the FSV UK during the first semester, at CEFRES during the second one.
OrganizersJérôme Heurtaux (CEFRES) and Maria Kokkinou (postdoctoral researcher, CEFRES / Charles University)

French-Czech Historical Seminar

This weekly seminar hosted by the Institute of Czech History of the Faculty of Arts (Charles University), which is open to Czech francophone students and French students on the Erasmus programme, invites French researchers to speak about a unifying topic chosen each semester.

Seminars by CEFRES members
Summer Semester

A History of Quantification: Problems and Perspectives in Central Europe
Date: Thursdays, at 9:30 am
Place: Online, Room YT211, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University
Lecturer: Mátyás Erdélyi (CEFRES / FHS UK)
Language: English



French Research Center in Humanities and Social Sciences – Prague