prof. PhDr. Jan Bouzek, DrSc.

Jan BOUZEK, professor

Research Areas

  • Classical Archaeology

  • Early Greek

  • Etruscan and Black Sea Archaeology

  • Roman provincial and Far Eastern Archaeology

  • Cultural Anthropology

  • Art History

  • Contact Archaeology (relations between Mediterranean, Black Sea and European civilisations in the 2nd - 1st millennium B.C.)

Courses

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Contact Information and Office Hours

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Work Experience

  • Since 2002: professor of art history and anthropology, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague

  • Until 2012: teaching at the Masaryk University, Brno

  • Until 2001: director of the Institute for Classical Archaeology, Charles University, until 2011 its vice-director

  • 1989–1991: vice-dean of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague

  • 1969–1991: head of the Classical sub-department, National Museum Prague

Education

  • 1992: DrSc, Classical and Prehistoric Archaeology, Charles University, Prague

  • 1983: associate professor, Classical and Prehistoric Archaeology, Charles University, Prague

  • 1991: professor, Classical and Prehistoric Archaeology, Charles University, Prague

  • 1967: assistant professor, Classical and Prehistoric Archaeology, Charles University, Prague

  • 1966: CSc, Classical and Prehistoric Archaeology, Charles University, Prague

  • 1962: lecturer, Classical and Prehistoric Archaeology, Charles University, Prague

  • 1958: assistant, Classical and Prehistoric Archaeology, Charles University, Prague

  • 1953 - 1958: Classical and Prehistoric Archaeology, Charles University, Prague.

Stays Abroad

  • 1967–1968: Humboldt scholarship at the Tuebingen University

  • 1989: James Eliot Norton Memorial lecturer of the Archaeological Institute of America and guest professor of the University of Minnesota

  • 1991–1992: two terms guest professor of the Tuebingen University and one term of the Vienna University,

  • 1994, 1997, 1999 and 2000 (one month each time):  Directeur d`Études Asssocié of the École Pratique des Hautes Etudes in Paris

  • 1999: Visiting Professor of British Academy

  • 1995–1996: series of guest lectures sponsored by the Soros foundation in the Bratislava Comenius University

  • 2001: guest professor at the Salzburg University.

  • 2003: guest prof. University Opole, Poland

Memberships

  • Corresponding member of the German Archaeological Institute

  • Ordinary member of the Austrian Archaeological Institute

  • Ordinary member of the French Society for Classical Archaeology

  • Member of the Learned Society of the Czech Republic since 2005

  • Head of the national teams for Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum and Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae (projects under the auspices of UNESCO, member of the scientific committee of the latter)

Publications (selection)

  • Study of Homeric Greece and the Early Iron Age Geometric Koine, 2017

  • Prehisrtpry of Europe as Seen from its Centre, 2011

  • Thracians and Their Neighbours, Prague 2005

  • Greece, Anatolia and Europe in the Early Iron Age, Jonsered (Aström), 1997

  • Studies of Greek Pottery in the Black Sea Region, Prague 1990

  • The Aegean, Anatolia and Europe: Cultural Interrelations in the 2nd millennium B.C., Goethenburg-Prague 1985

  • Graeco-Macedonian Bronzes, Prague 1974

  • Homerisches Griechenland, Prague 1969

  • The Knovíz Settlement in NW Bohemia (with D. Koutecký and E. Neustupný), Prague 1966


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