Faculty staff

Mgr. Michal Schwarz, Ph.D.

Head, Department of Vietnamese Studies


Correspondence Address:
Arna Nováka 1/1, 602 00 Brno

Office: bud. J/J201
Jaselská 201/18
602 00 Brno

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Phone: +420 549 49 5874
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Curriculum Vitae

Person-Related Identification Information
  • Michal Schwarz, Brno, Czech Republic, Europe
Department
  • Department of Vietnamese Studies
    Asia Studies Center
    Masaryk University, Faculty of Arts
    Jaselská 18
    60200 Brno
    Czech Republic
    Europe
Employment - Position
  • Assistant Professor, head
Education and Academic Qualifications
  • 2013-: General Linguistics, Study for Ph.D., Masaryk University - Faculty of Arts
    2005-2013: Indo-European Comparative Linguistics, Ph.D., Masaryk University - Faculty of Arts
    2004-2010: Philosophy - Chinese Philology, Bc. study completed without final exams, Palacky University - Faculty of Arts
    1998-2005: Philosophy - Science of Religions, Mgr., Masaryk University - Faculty of Arts
Employment
  • 2019-: Department of Vietnamese Studies - Asia Studies Center - Masaryk University, Assistant Professor
    2012-2018: Department of Linguistics and Baltic Languages - Masaryk University, Assistant, from 2013 Assistant Professor
    2009-2011: Centre for Interdisciplinar Research into Ancient Languages and Early Stages of Modern Languages - Masaryk University, Specialist
Teaching Activities
  • Languages of China, History of Mongolia; Establishisng and teaching of new courses for Vietnamese Studies: languages, history, geography and economy of Vietnam and Southeast Asian countries.
Scientific and Research Activities
  • Tocharian languages, Altaic languages, languages of China, Vietnam and Southeast Asia, history of Mongolia

    Projects:
    1) Mongolic Languages and History of Mongolian Nations, 2009
    2) Chinese and Languages of Neighbouring Nations from Past to the Present, 2010
    3) Languages of China: Description, Distribution, Classification, 2011
    4) Writing of the History of Mongolia for Nakladatelství Lidové noviny Publishing House and Examples of Rare Mongolian Manuscripts, 2012
    5) Indo-European Language Interference in Central Asia and China, GACR, 2012-2015
    6) Languages of Southeast Asia and languages of Siberia - establishing of new lectures at Masaryk University, 2013
    7) Vietnamese from the point of view of comparative linguistics - introductory study, 2014
    8) Creation of new lectures for establishing of Vietnamese studies at Masaryk University - history of vietnam and history of research of Vietnamese, 2015
    9) Altaic hypothesis - arguments, counter-arguments and improvement of their exactitude, 2015-2017
    10) Creations of new lectures about Geography of Vietnam and Southeast Asia for new study program: Vietnamese Studies, 2017
    11) Creation of new lectures about Economy of Vietnam and Southeast Asian countries, 2018
    12) Mongolian ritual manuscripts in a Czech collection - their edition, history and Central Asian roots, 2019-2021
Internship
  • Lanzhou University, China: 2006-2007
    National University of Mongolia: 2008/3 months, 2009/2 months, 2010/2 months, 2011/2 months, 2012/4 months, 2014/3 months, 2015/2 months, from 2016 annually 2 or 3 months
    Moscow State University - Insitut of Asian and African Countries: 2009/1 month in November and December
    Vienna University (Aktion): 2010/4 months
    Vietnam National University in Ho Chi Minh city: 2013/2 months, 2014/3 months, 2015/3 months, 2016/3 months, 2017/3 months, 2018/2 months Kangwon National University, South Korea: 2017/9 days, 2018/3 weeks
    Jeju National University, South Korea: 2018/1 month, 2019/3 weeks
    Erasmus+ ICM Staff Training: Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology – Department of Earth Resources and Environment: 2018/2 weeks
    Erasmus+ ICM Staff Training: National University of Mongolia - Faculty of Social Sciences: 2019/1 week
University Activities
  • Accreditation of Vietnamese Studies
Awards Related to Science and Research
  • Scholarship of Jan Hus Educational Foundation for the year 2006/2007

2019/08/04

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