Mgr. Milan Hanyš, Ph.D.

Milan HANYŠ, assistant professor

Mgr. Milan Hanyš, Ph.D.

Liberal Arts and Humanities - Philosophical Module


Research Areas

  • Political Philosophy

  • History of Political Thought

  • Ethics and Moral Philosophy

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  • H. Arendt

  • T. G. Masaryk


Courses

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Contact Information and Office Hours

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Education

  • 2009–2014: PhD in Philosophical anthropology at Charles University, Prague with the doctoral essay entitled Apostle Paul and Philosophy: A Study of Political Theology and its Reception in Contemporary Philosophy.

  • 2007–2009: M.A. in Philosophical and Social Anthropology. Master essay: Philosophical Interpretation of the Creation Story in Genesis 1,1–2,4a. Overall classification: excellent (Grade 1,0 – summa cum laude).

  • 2005–2007: Ecumenical Theology in the Protestant Faculty of Theology at the Charles University, Prague.

  • 2004–2007: B.A. in Liberal Arts and Humanities at the Charles University, Prague. Overall classification: excellent (summa cum laude).


Professional Experience

  • 2018–present: Research at the Masaryk Institute and Archives of the Czech Academy of Sciences

  • 2014–present: Assistant professor at the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague.

  • 2012–2014: External lecturer at the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague.

  • 2010–2011: International coordinator: Organisation and administration of the international graduate college (a joint project of Charles University and LMU Munich).

  • 2008–2010: Lecturer and assistant lecturer of children courses and classes. Leading of language and sports classes, summer camp instructor.


Stays Abroad

  • 2018–2019: Jan Patočka Junior Visiting Fellow, Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna (6 months)

  • 2011–2012: Visiting research fellow at the University of Bayreuth. Research scholarship funded by DAAD.

  • 2008–2009: Institute for the Philosophy of Religion and Comparative Studies of Religion, Faculty of Philosophy at the Technical University in Dresden (Erasmus exchange programme).


Prizes / Notable Scholarships

  • 2014: Jaroslav Krejci Prize

  • 2013: Jan Hus Educational Foundation Scholarship

  • 2011: DAAD research scholarship

  • 2008: Josef Hlávka Prize



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