Mgr. Martin Nodl, Ph.D.

Martin NODL, assistant professor

Department of General Anthropology

Research Areas

  • History and Theory of Historical Writing

  • Social History of the Late Middle Ages

  • Late Medieval Doctrines and Mentalities

Courses

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Contact Information and Office Hours

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Education

  • 2011: Defence of doctoral thesis Dekret kutnohorský (Kuttenberger Decree), awarded Ph.D.

  • 2009–2011: External doctoral program at FF MU

  • 1988–1995: Study at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague

Work Experience

  • 2011–present: Research Fellow of the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University

  • 2001–present: Research Fellow of the Centre for Medieval Studies, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic 

  • 2001–2004: Research Fellow of the Research Center for the History of Sciences and Humanities, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

  • 1997–2001: Research Fellow at the Institute for Classical Studies, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

  • 1995–present: Editor of Historical Literature in Argo Publishers

  • 1993–1995: Heinrich Böll‘s Foundation

Memberships

  • 2015–present: Member of Editorial Board Forum historiae, Bratislava

  • 2014–present: Member of Editorial Board Studia z dziejów średniowiecza, Gdańsk 

  • 2009–present: Member of Editorial Board Studie mediaevalia Bohemica, Prague

  • 2009–present: Co-editor Bohemia. Zeitschrift für Geschichte und Kultur der böhmischen Länder. München

  • 2006–2008: Member of Department Councils III. Humanities and social sciences of                  the Grant Agency of the Academy of Sciences of the CR

  • 2004–present: Editor-in-chief Dějiny-Teorie-Kritika, Prague

  • 2003–present: Member of Editorial Board Soudobé dějiny, Prague

  • 2001–2003: Member of Department Councils III. Humanities and social sciences of the Grant Agency of the Academy of Sciences of the CR

  • 1997–present: Member of Editorial Board Listy filologické, Prague

Publications (selection)

  • Tři studie o době Karla IV., Praha 2006.

  • Dějepisectví mezi vědou a politikou. Úvahy o historiografii 19. a 20. století, Brno 2007.

  • Dekret kutnohorský, Praha 2010.

  • Středověk v nás, Praha 2016.

  • Das Kuttenberger Dekret von 1409. Von der Eintracht zum Konflikt der Prager Universitätsnationen, Wien-Köln-Weimar 2017.


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