doc. PhDr. Blanka Soukupová, CSc.

Blanka SOUKUPOVÁ, associate professor


Research Area

  • collective identity

  • the Central European city

  • anti-Semitism

Courses

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Contact Information and Office Hours

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Positions

  • 2000 - present: researcher-teacher, Charles University, Faculty of Humanities. Specialization: collective identity, the Central European city, anti-Semitism.

  • 1993 - 2000: researcher-teacher, Institute of the Fundamentals of Education, Charles University.

  • 1988 - 1993: Institute for Ethnography and Folklore of ČSAV (AV ČR). Specialization: urban ethnology, the problematics of form, relations, forms of inter-ethnic, social and generally group coexistence, questions of expression of national, ethnic and group identity, ethnology of women and children.

Education

  • 2008: associate professor (Philosophical Faculty, Charles University, Department of Economics and Social Studies).

  • 1988: PhDr., 1994: CSc. (Ethnological Institute of AV ČR, Department of Ethnology.

  • 1984 - 1988: Philosophical Faculty of Charles University in Prague, Dept. of Ethnology and Folklore. Graduated with distinction. On the basis of results of studies, received the Rector’s Prize of Charles University. 

Publications


Monographs

  • Czech Society a Hundred Years Ago: Identity, Stereotype, Myth. Praha: Sofis, 2000. ISBN 80-902785-3-1. 166 p.

  • Great and petty Czech-Jewish stories: from the days of an intense hope. Bratislava: Zing print, 2005. ISBN 80-88997-24-0. 284 a 4 p.

  • Jews in the Czech Lands following the Shoah: The Identity of Injured Memories. Bratislava: PT Marenčin, 2016. ISBN 978-80-8114-842-2. 568 p.


Collective Monographs

  • Prague in the Jewish Landscape of Recollection after the Shoah (On the Importance of Commemorative Places and Places of Memory): Years 1945 to 1989), p. 9-56, résumé p. 187-188.

  • Myth – “reality” –identity: The national metropolis at a time of expropriation, collaboration and resistance. Praha: Fakulta humanitních studií Univerzity Karlovy, 2013. ISBN 978-80-87398-42-5. 180 p.

  • Society of the Czech lands in European contexts: Czech Europeenness in comparative perspectives. Praha: Fakulta humanitních studií, 2012. ISBN 978-80-87398-20-3. 254 p.

  • Europe in the opinions and attitudes of assimilated Czech-Jews: self-confident dream and reality of the time), p. 19-33, résumé p. 245-246.

  • Roads of urban anthropology: Tradition – new directions – identity. Praha: Fakulta humanitních studií Univerzity Karlovy v Praze, 2013. ISBN 978-80-87398-34-0. 111 p.

  • Myth – „reality“ – identity: The state and national metropolis after First World War. Praha: Fakulta humanitních studií Univerzity Karlovy v Praze, 2012. ISBN 978-80-87398-27-2. 216 p.

  • Prague – traditional Czech and new state metropolis: Myth and identity: The role of myths as part of the ideology of new czechness and czechoslovakness), p. 9-31, Résumé, p. 191-193.

  • Myth – “Reality” – Identity: The Socialist Metropolis in Struggles for a New Present and Visions of a Happy Future). Praha: Fakulta humanitních studií Univerzity Karlovy v Praze, 2014. ISBN 978-80-87398-69-2. 207 p.

  • Blank Spots in Holocaust Research. Praha: Spolek akademiků Židů, 2014. ISBN 978-80-260-7335-2. 376 p.

  • General and Particular Czech Anti-Semitism during the First Republic: A Perspective Ideology?), p. 23-49.

  • Minority - Construct or Reality? On Reflection and Self-realization in History. Bratislava: Zing Print, 2007. ISBN 978-80-88997-34-4. 190 p.

  • Myths and “Reality” of Central European Cities during the Creation of National and Multinational Identities (1918 – 1926). Praha: Fakulta humanitních studií Univerzity Karlovy, 2017. ISBN 978-80-7571-000-0. 215 p.

  • Memory – Nation – Minorities – Marginalization – Identities I. Praha: Fakulta humanitních studií Univerzity Karlovy v Praze, 2013. ISBN 978-80-87398-43-2. 261 p.

  • Memory – Nation – Minorities – Marginalization – Identities II. Praha: Fakulta humanitních studií Univerzity Karlovy v Praze, 2013. ISBN 978-80-87398-50-0. 173 p.

  • The City – Identity – Memory. Bratislava: Zing Print, 2007. ISBN 978-80-88997-40-5. 239 p.

  • Modernization, identity, stereotype, conflict: Society afther the Hilsneris affair. Etnické studie, sešit 1. Bratislava: Zing print, 2004, ISBN 80-88997-17-8. 112 p.

  • Myth – „Reality“ – Identity: The National Metropolis at a Time of a „Return to Europe“. Praha: Fakulta humanitních studií Univerzity Karlovy v Praze, 2015. ISBN 978-80-87398-85-2. 183 p.

  • The central European City as a Space for Dialogue? (Examples: Prague and Warsaw). Etnické studie, sešit 3. Bratislava: Zing Print, 2006. ISBN 80-88997-26-7.

Editorial Board

  • Urban people (Prague)

  • Journal of Urban Ethnology (Krakow)

  • Etnologické rozpravy (Banska Bystrica)

  • Łódzkie Studia Etnograficzne (Lodz)

  • Mesto a dejiny (Košice, Univerzita P. J. Šafárika)


Latest scientific projects

  • Myth and “reality” of Central-European metropolises during the formation of (trans)national identities (GA CR P410/12/2390, 2012-2016).

  • Religiöse Kulturen in Europa des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts (Ludwigs-Maxmilians-Universität, München, Faculty of Humanities, Prague, 2010).

  • Židovská komunita po roku 1945: Židovská komunita a komunistická spoločnost´ (1948-1968) (project of Institute for Ethnology of SAV, Bratislava, 2009).

  • Flüchtlinge, Vertriebene und die “Ankunftgesellschaft” (project of Erfurt University, Erfurt, 2008).

  • Tschechen und Deutsche – Nachbarn im gemeinsamen Staat 1918-1938 (project of the Technical University in Liberec and the Institute of European Ethnology/Cultural History, Philips University in Marburg, 2006-2007).

  • Miasto i Kultura: Dialog, Dziedzictwo, Tozsamość (research project of the Central European city of Polskiego Towarzystwa Etnologii Miasta, 2004-2008, participant for the Czech Republic).

Stays Abroad

  • Banska Bystrica, Warsaw, Krakow, Vienna /2016/

  • Yekaterinburg, Košice, Warsaw /2015/

  • Lodz, Bratislava /2014/

  • Banska Bystrica, Krakow, Moscow, St. Petersburg /2013/

  • Wetzlar, Vienna /2012/

  • Czech and German Historical Society

  • Slovak Academy of Sciences

  • Lomonosov University; Russian Philosophical Society; Philosophical Society in St. Petersburg; Russian Academy of Sciences

  • Polish Academy of Sciences; Lodz University







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