|This five week course will trace the 1000-year historical trajectory of European Jewry in Central and Eastern Europe – core being the current Czech Republic (Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia), but reaching out across the former Austro-Hungarian Empire.|
|Social Sciences||4 June – 7 July 2017
|MU has managed to build impressive research facilities in the last decade and has profiled itself as one of the strongest research instituions in Central Europe. Drawing on these achievements and also enhancing its dynamic place, it opens up its research facilites to undergraduate or graduate foreign students for an intensive summer research internship. Incoming students will be required to work at least 120 hours (8 hours a day, 4 days a week, 4 weeks in total) on a specific project assigned and supervised by local faculty members.|
|Science||4 June – 9 July 2017 (TBC)
Politics and Aesthetics of the Common: cultural performances and public sphere
|The proposed international interdisciplinary workshop is organized by the Department of Theatre Studies, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University in partnership with the Palacký University in Olomouc and the University of Warsaw.
The workshop is focused on relations between cultural performative actions and rituals and the public sphere. Methods from theatre and performance studies, cultural studies and anthropology are taken as a starting point for interdisciplinary exploration of the topic.
|Social Sciences||31 August – 3 September 2017|
|The week-long course offers participants from around the globe intensive theoretical and practical training on sampling and analytical techniques related to POPs, assessment of toxicity including human and ecotoxicological risks, data handling and analysis, as well as environmental databases. The study plan includes a field trip to the Kosetice observatory, the background monitoring station of the European Monitoring and Evaluation Programme.|
|Science||June 26 - June 30 2017
|15 500 - 14 000 CZK / € 580 - 520||8 ECTS|
|The Faculty of Law, Masaryk University, in collaboration with the European Academy of Legal Theory, University of Vienna and the John Marshall Law School of Chicago will hold its 6th Autumn School of Legal Writing.|
|Law||October 2017 (exact dates TBA)|
|The programme is focused on archaeological excavation of a medieval ruin of Rokštejn Castle (13th – 15th century) in the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands. Students will have the opportunity to get their hands on all of the aspects of the excavation process – from digging to documenting (drawing, photo documentation, total station, etc), from sieving and sampling to analyzing the material excavated (interpretation, flotation, cataloguing and so on). Students will learn about the complexity of archaeological excavation of a medieval castle.|
|Archeology||10 July – 28 July 2017||150 EUR/week (housing and meals included)|