doc. Mgr. Josef Fulka, Ph.D.

Josef FULKA, associate professor

Liberal Arts and Humanities - Philosophical Module

Research Areas

Courses

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Contact Information and Office Hours

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Languages

  • English - active knowledge

  • French - active knowledge

  • Italian - passive knowledge

  • Russian - passive knowledge

  • Czech sign language - upper intermediate

Education

  • 2001–2003: Faculty of Arts, Charles University, postgraduate study in philosophy (PhD.); title of the thesis: Denis Diderot and the 20th Century Thought

  • 1998–2001: Faculty of Arts, Charles University, dept. of English

  • 1997–2001: Faculty of Arts, Charles University, dept. of Philosophy (M. A. degree)

Work Experience

  • 2007–present: Researcher at the Institute of Philosophy, Academy of Science, Prague

  • 2005–present: Lecturer at the Undergraduate Programme for Central European Studies, Prague (lectures in English)

  • 2002–present: Associate professor at the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague

  • 2009–2010: Lecturer at the „Master mundus philosophie“ programme (lectures in French)

Stays Abroad

  • 2014–2015: University of Texas at Austin, Dept. Of Communication Studies – Fulbright fellowship

  • 2005, 2008: Collège international des traducteurs littéraires, Arles

  • 2007: Invited researcher at La Maison des sciences de l´homme, Paris

Awards

  • 2009: The Otto Wichterle award for outstanding young researchers

  • 2005: French Ambassy award for translators

Memberships in editorial boards

  • 2011–present: review Reflexe.

  • 2010–present: review Cornova. Časopis České společnosti pro výzkum 18. století.

Publications

Monographs

  • Zmeškané setkání [The Missed Encounter. Denis Diderot and the 20th Century Thought], Herrmann a synové, Prague 2004

  • Michel Foucault: Politics and Aesthetics, Dokořán, Prague 2005 (co-authored with Pavel Barša)

  • Psychoanalýza a francouzské myšlení [Psychoanalysis and French Philosophy], Herrmann a synové, Prague 2008

  • Roland Barthes – od ideologie k fantasmatu [Roland Barthes: from Ideology to Fantasy], Prague, Togga 2010.

Articles (selection)

  • Fulka, Josef. Etika po smrti subjektu: Jacques Derrida a Judith Butler. In: J. Jirsa (ed.): Přístupy k etice III. Praha: Filosofia 2016. ISBN 978-80-7007-482-4. Str. 253 – 295.

  • Fulka, Josef. Négativité et exclusion culturelle. In: M. Voždová, J. Holeš (eds.): Les faces mutiples de l’identité culturelle française. Olomouc: Univerzita Palackého v Olomouci 2015. ISBN 978-80-244-4632-5. Str. 7 – 22.

  • Fulka, Josef. L’individu et la famille dans les fictions pédagogiques du XVIIIe siecle. In: J. Drengubiak, R. Karul (eds.): L’individu et la famille. Bratislava: Filozofický ústav SAV 2013. ISBN 978-80-970494-4-7. Str. 34 – 46.

  • Fulka, Josef. Désir et représentation: Quelques remarques sur Sade et Thomas Hardy. In: S. Coyault (ed.): Fictions et vérités assassines. Clermont-Ferrand: Presses universitaires Blaise Pascal 2013. ISBN 978-2-84516-618-9. Str. 231 – 242.

  • Fulka, Josef. Doslov k českému vydání. In: M. Proust: Hledání ztraceného času. Praha: Rybka 2012. ISBN 978-80-87067-63-5. Str. 363 – 423.

  • Fulka, Josef. Le cauchemar de Lockwood: sur la question de la cruauté en littérature. Le rêve. Ostium 3/2016, ISSN 1336-942-X. Str. 50 – 64.


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