189-1-2

2020/189/1-2

ISSN : 1214-0627
Vedoucí redaktor : Woitschová Klára

Národopis pod jednou střechou. Příspěvek k osvětlení centralizačních snah a politických vlivů v prvorepublikovém muzejnictví na příkladu pražských národopisných sbírek

In the interwar period of Czechoslovakia, there were in Prague four museums, that owned ethnographic collections: National Museum, Náprstek Museum, Czechoslovak Ethnographical Museum and Czechoslovak Museum of Agriculture. We can observe strong tendencies to unite these collections under one roof.…

Revoluční rok 1848 v historickém myšlení Františka Kutnara

The present study deals with the way of thematisation and interpretation of the revolutionary year 1848 in the historical thinking of the prominent Czech historian František Kutnar (1903–1983). Based on the broader context of Kutnar’s work, the autor attempts to provide a clear interpretation of the…

„Radila jsem se již několikrát s archiváři...“ – několik poznámek k problematice fyzického stavu a konzervace rukopisu Julia Fučíka Reportáž, psaná na oprátce

Julius Fučík’s most important literary work, Notes from the Gallows, is one of the most translated Czech texts, as well as one of the most controversial. Whether it was caused by the extraordinary life story and extravagant personality of its author, communist journalist and resistance fighter…

Edice Petlice jako symbol české samizdatové literatury ve svobodném světě

An integral part of Czech literature of the 2nd half of the 20th century is also literature published in samizdat. By this we mean works that could not be published in official publishing houses, but were reproduced in typescript. The symbol of such a literature of the 1970s and 1980s was the…