Punitive gods shaped civilisation as we know it
Experiments conducted by experts who study religion show that the development of the first large civilisations was facilitated by people’s fear of moralising gods.
Million euro for the top researcher: the MUNI Award competition is now open
Researchers have until 13 October to apply and the winner will receive funding of one milion euro for five years from Masaryk University.
Landing the job of your dreams while still at uni
Klára Přibylová is a student of Czech and a member of the organisation team responsible for the Czech presence at the Leipzig Book Fair this March.
Now or in a hundred years! Get your ticket to the MUNI 100 Festival
The 100th anniversary celebrations of Masaryk University will culminate with a multi-genre festival hosted by the Brno Exhibition Centre on Saturday, 15 June.
The Russian historian Andrei Zubov receives an honorary doctorate from MUNI
In his speech Zubov focused on Slavic solidarity, which could help overcome the authoritarian regimes in Russia and Belarus.
British researcher to study interwar art at MUNI
Masaryk University has awarded the second ever Muni Award in Science and Humanities to Matthew Rampley, a British expert on art history.
From independent Czechoslovakia to the act establishing the second Czech university
The number 50 of the law shows how pressing this matter was, writes historian Lukáš Fasora.
What is the Czech Republic actually celebrating on its 100th anniversary?
Historian Jiří Hanuš explains that in celebrating 1918 we are foremost celebrating end of the communist regime in 1989.