View of Central European history distorted in the 19th century
The medieval emperor Frederick Barbarossa is often viewed as an enemy who tried to prevent the rise of the Czech nation.
A foreign student's amusing struggles with Czech: the horrors of the seven cases
Harry Patterson, a British participant in Summer School of Slavonic Studies chose to study Czech because it was challenge.
Art historians walked over a thousand kilometres. Now they want to crowdfund a book
Students of Masaryk University decided to explore French medieval monuments on foot just like medieval pilgrims.
Successful academics and promising students receive Rector’s Awards
Altogether, 19 researchers, lecturers, and students received the award during a traditional ceremony of Dies Academicus.
Get in on the act with an English theatre group
Become the actors. Rehearsals are held every Wednesday at the Faculty of Arts.
Five of this year’s thirteen US Fulbrighters chose Muni
This autumn semester they are giving lectures at Masaryk University about comics, data journalism, and model theory.
Czech lessons attract people from 38 countries to Brno
The Summer School of Slavonic Studies has attracted over 130 students to Brno. They spend four weeks studying Czech.
Major building work planned for Faculty of Arts
This summer the Faculty will move departments in its C and D buildings to temporary offices.
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