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PhDr. Kateřina Králová, Ph.D.
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Affiliation: Department of Russian and East European Studies, Charles University in Prague

Position: Head of Department of Russian and East European Studies, Assistant Professor

Research Interests: Contemporary history, Holocaust and memory studies, post-conflict society

Regional focus: Greece, Central and South-East Europe


CONTACT:

Office: J3076 (Jinonice Campus)

Email:

Phone: +420 251 080 296

https://cuni.academia.edu/KaterinaKralova

Office Hours:

October - December 2017: Tuesday 15:30-16:30, Wednesday 17:00-18:00 (otherwise please contact me via email kralova@fsv.cuni.cz)

Curriculum Vitae

Positions

Faculty of Social Sciences / Institute of International Studies /

CHARLES UNIVERSITY, PRAGUE (Czech Republic)

(2017 -)

Head of Department of Russian and East European Studies

(2010 - today)

Assistant professor

(2013 - today)

Program Committee member & Director for Prague

“Nationalism, Religion and Violence in SE Europe” Summer School in partnership with the International Hellenic University in Greece, Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) of Cyprus and the LSE in United Kingdom.

(2010 - today)

Post-doc research fellow

Centre for Collective Memory Research

(2010; 2012 - 2015)

Vice-Dean for International Relations

Faculty of Social Sciences / Charles University, Prague (Czech Republic)

(2005 - 2010)

Lecturer & research assistant

Faculty of Social Sciences / Institute of International Studies / Charles University, Prague (Czech Republic)


Education and Scholarships

Sosland Family Fellow, Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington D.C. (2015)

Charles University, Prague (CZ): Ph.D. doctorate in Contemporary History (2010)

Yale University, New Haven (USA): Fulbright Scholarship (2008-2009)

Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf (Germany): DAAD Research Scholarship (2006-2007)

University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki (Greece): Greek State Foundation (IKY) Ph.D. research scholarship (2003-2004)

Philipps-Universität, Marburg (Germany): M.A. in Political Science & German Language and Literature Studies (2002)

Philipps-Universität, Marburg (Germany): Bilateral University Scholarship in cooperation with Charles University Prague 1999 – 2000)

Charles University, Prague (CZ): B.A. in International Area Studies (2000)


Grants & Awards in the past 5 years

PRIMUS Research Programme (PI: 2017-2019)[PRIMUS/HUM/12]

Project title: Beyond Hegemonic Narratives and Myths. Troubled Pasts in the History and Memory of East-Central & South-East Europe (BOHEMs)

e-COST Action: European Cooperation in Science and Technology (MC: 2016-2020) [CA15101 CZ]

Project title: Comparative Analysis of Conspiracy Theories (COMPACT)

Czech Science Foundation (GAČR) (PI: 2016-2018) [16-16009S]

Project title: “We had to live, we had to survive somehow...” Jews in Greece, 1944–2012

CENTRAL-Project of DAAD “Strategic Partnership”, HU Berlin (CI: 2015-2017)

U.S. Embassy in the Czech Republic, Small Grants Program (PI: 2016)

Czech-German Future Fund (PI: 2014, 2015, 2016)

Miroslav Ivanov Award for non-fiction literature published in the last three years, Prague (2013)

Research Program THALIS: Operational Program "Education and Life Long Learning", Greece (CI: 2012-2013)

Specific University Research, Czech Republic (CI: 2011-2014)


Selected academic publications

1. “The ‘Holocausts’ in Greece: victim competition in the context of postwar compensation for Nazi persecution.” Holocaust Studies, Routledge: Taylor & Francis Group (2016): 1-27.

2. Králová, Kateřina and Hana Kubátová (eds.). Návraty: Poválečná rekonstrukce židovských komunit v zemích středovýchodní, jihovýchodní a východní Evropy [Coming Back. The Post-war Reconstruction of Jewish Communities in the CE-, SE- and Eastern Europe]. Prague: Karolinum, 2016, 385 p.

3. Das Vermächtnis der Besatzung: Deutsch-griechische Beziehungen seit 1940. Köln: Böhlau, 2016, 283 p.

4. “In the Shadow of the Nazi Past: Post-War Reconstruction and the Claims of the Jewish Community in Salonika.” European History Quarterly. 46.2 (2016): 262-290.

5. Králová, Kateřina, Jiří Kocian and Kamil Pikal. Minderheiten im sozialistischen Jugoslawien. Brüderlichkeit und Eigenheit. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Vlg. 2016, 418 p.

6. Králová, Kateřina, Jiří Kocian and Kamil Pikal. Národnostní menšiny v socialistické Jugoslávii [Ethnic Minorities in Socialist Yugoslavia.] Sokolov: Flavia Viera 2015, 223 p.

7. Králová, Kateřina and Tsivos, Konstantinos. Stegnosan ta dakrya mas. Ellines prosfyges stin Tsechoslovakia. [Our tears dried up: Greek refugees in Czechoslovakia] Athina: Alexandria, 2015, 384 p.

8. Kateřina Králová and Nikola Karasová. “Reparationsforderungen: Umfang, Rechtsfragen, politische Rahmenbedingungen”, in: Ulf-Dieter Klemm, Wolfgang Schultheiß (Hg.), Die Krise in Griechenland. Ursprünge, Verlauf, Folgen (Bonn: BPB,2015) - Schriftenreihe (Bd. 1608), pp. 299-325.

9. Kateřina Králová and Nikola Karasová. “Reparationsforderungen: Umfang, Rechtsfragen, politische Rahmenbedingungen”. In Ulf-Dieter Klemm, Wolfgang Schultheiß (Hg.). Die Krise in Griechenland. Ursprünge, Verlauf, Folgen. Berlin: Campus Vlg., 2015, pp. 299-325.


Recent lectures & conference presentations

“Righteous Foster Family? The case of Ester Franco.” Paper presented at the international multidisciplinary conference Children and War: Past and Present, University of Salzburg – Austria (July 2016).

“Minderheiten im sozialistischen Jugoslawien. Brüderlichkeit und Eigenheit.” Book launch at the IOS Regensburg – Germany (May 2016).

“Vernichtung und Neuanfang: Juden in Griechenland nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg.” Lecture at Universität Regensburg - Germany (May 2016).

“Researching Holocaust survivors in Greece through the Visual History Archive.” Presentation at the CLARIN PLUS Workshop Exploring Spoken Word Data in Oral History Archives, Oxford – United Kingdom (April 2016).

“Holocausts in Greece: German occupation in Greek historiography.” Presentation at the international conference Perceptions of history in Germany and Greece: Comparative Approaches to Narratives in the European Context, Universität Hamburg – Germany (March 2016).

“It was a beautiful life until the war came…” Personal Accounts of Greek Civil War Refugees in Czechoslovakia. Paper presented at the international conference Political Violence, Terrorism, and Civil War, SFU Vancouver – Canada (February 2016).

“Global Refugees - The Case of Jews & Greeks in 20th Century Czechoslovakia”. Presentation at the Library of Congress, Washington D.C. together with Michal Frankl, introduction by Amy Kaslow (December 2015).

“Reconstituting Greek Jewry after the War”. Lecture at the Finifter Symposium on Greek Jewry, MSU East Lansing MI – USA (November 2015).

“Jewish Community in Post-war Greece.” Presentation at the Mandel Center fellow meeting, USHMM, Washington D.C., moderated by Vadim Altskan (October 2015).

“How to Make it Well Again? Greek-German Relations in the Shadow of Occupation”. Lecture at the CERES, University of Toronto – Canada (September 2015).

“Jews, Communists, and Germans: Greece's handling of its post-war legacies”. Lecture at the SEESOX Oxford – United Kingdom (March 2015).

“The Holocausts in Greece: Victim Competition in the Context of Post-War Compensation for Nazi Persecution”. Paper presented at the international conference Beyond Camps and Forced Labour, London – United Kingdom (January 2015).


Courses

Modern History of Greece; Balkans after 1989; Greece and South-East Europe; Contemporary Mediterranean; Contemporary East-Central Europe; Dictatorships in the Balkans; Greek-Turkish Relations; Contemporary History in Balkan Cinematography; Israel: Politics and Society; Introduction to the Study of the Social sciences II; M.A. thesis seminars.


Suggested thesis topics

Contemporary history of South East Europe (SEE)

National emancipation in the Balkans

SEE during the WWII

Jews and Holocaust in SEE

Dictatorships in the Balkans

Democratization of SEE

International community and SEE

Bilateral relations of SEE countries

Civil society in SEE

Migration and minorities of SEE

Armed conflicts in SEE





PhDr. Kateřina Králová, Ph.D.



Affiliation: Department of Russian and East European Studies, Charles University in Prague

Position: Head of Department of Russian and East European Studies, Assistant Professor

Research Interests: Contemporary history, Holocaust and memory studies, post-conflict society

Regional focus: Greece, Central and South-East Europe


CONTACT:

Office: J3076 (Jinonice Campus)

Email:

Phone: +420 251 080 296

https://cuni.academia.edu/KaterinaKralova

Office Hours:

October - December 2017: Tuesday 15:30-16:30, Wednesday 17:00-18:00 (otherwise please contact me via email kralova@fsv.cuni.cz)

Curriculum Vitae

Positions

Faculty of Social Sciences / Institute of International Studies /

CHARLES UNIVERSITY, PRAGUE (Czech Republic)

(2017 -)

Head of Department of Russian and East European Studies

(2010 - today)

Assistant professor

(2013 - today)

Program Committee member & Director for Prague

“Nationalism, Religion and Violence in SE Europe” Summer School in partnership with the International Hellenic University in Greece, Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) of Cyprus and the LSE in United Kingdom.

(2010 - today)

Post-doc research fellow

Centre for Collective Memory Research

(2010; 2012 - 2015)

Vice-Dean for International Relations

Faculty of Social Sciences / Charles University, Prague (Czech Republic)

(2005 - 2010)

Lecturer & research assistant

Faculty of Social Sciences / Institute of International Studies / Charles University, Prague (Czech Republic)


Education and Scholarships

Sosland Family Fellow, Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington D.C. (2015)

Charles University, Prague (CZ): Ph.D. doctorate in Contemporary History (2010)

Yale University, New Haven (USA): Fulbright Scholarship (2008-2009)

Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf (Germany): DAAD Research Scholarship (2006-2007)

University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki (Greece): Greek State Foundation (IKY) Ph.D. research scholarship (2003-2004)

Philipps-Universität, Marburg (Germany): M.A. in Political Science & German Language and Literature Studies (2002)

Philipps-Universität, Marburg (Germany): Bilateral University Scholarship in cooperation with Charles University Prague 1999 – 2000)

Charles University, Prague (CZ): B.A. in International Area Studies (2000)


Grants & Awards in the past 5 years

PRIMUS Research Programme (PI: 2017-2019)[PRIMUS/HUM/12]

Project title: Beyond Hegemonic Narratives and Myths. Troubled Pasts in the History and Memory of East-Central & South-East Europe (BOHEMs)

e-COST Action: European Cooperation in Science and Technology (MC: 2016-2020) [CA15101 CZ]

Project title: Comparative Analysis of Conspiracy Theories (COMPACT)

Czech Science Foundation (GAČR) (PI: 2016-2018) [16-16009S]

Project title: “We had to live, we had to survive somehow...” Jews in Greece, 1944–2012

CENTRAL-Project of DAAD “Strategic Partnership”, HU Berlin (CI: 2015-2017)

U.S. Embassy in the Czech Republic, Small Grants Program (PI: 2016)

Czech-German Future Fund (PI: 2014, 2015, 2016)

Miroslav Ivanov Award for non-fiction literature published in the last three years, Prague (2013)

Research Program THALIS: Operational Program "Education and Life Long Learning", Greece (CI: 2012-2013)

Specific University Research, Czech Republic (CI: 2011-2014)


Selected academic publications

1. “The ‘Holocausts’ in Greece: victim competition in the context of postwar compensation for Nazi persecution.” Holocaust Studies, Routledge: Taylor & Francis Group (2016): 1-27.

2. Králová, Kateřina and Hana Kubátová (eds.). Návraty: Poválečná rekonstrukce židovských komunit v zemích středovýchodní, jihovýchodní a východní Evropy [Coming Back. The Post-war Reconstruction of Jewish Communities in the CE-, SE- and Eastern Europe]. Prague: Karolinum, 2016, 385 p.

3. Das Vermächtnis der Besatzung: Deutsch-griechische Beziehungen seit 1940. Köln: Böhlau, 2016, 283 p.

4. “In the Shadow of the Nazi Past: Post-War Reconstruction and the Claims of the Jewish Community in Salonika.” European History Quarterly. 46.2 (2016): 262-290.

5. Králová, Kateřina, Jiří Kocian and Kamil Pikal. Minderheiten im sozialistischen Jugoslawien. Brüderlichkeit und Eigenheit. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Vlg. 2016, 418 p.

6. Králová, Kateřina, Jiří Kocian and Kamil Pikal. Národnostní menšiny v socialistické Jugoslávii [Ethnic Minorities in Socialist Yugoslavia.] Sokolov: Flavia Viera 2015, 223 p.

7. Králová, Kateřina and Tsivos, Konstantinos. Stegnosan ta dakrya mas. Ellines prosfyges stin Tsechoslovakia. [Our tears dried up: Greek refugees in Czechoslovakia] Athina: Alexandria, 2015, 384 p.

8. Kateřina Králová and Nikola Karasová. “Reparationsforderungen: Umfang, Rechtsfragen, politische Rahmenbedingungen”, in: Ulf-Dieter Klemm, Wolfgang Schultheiß (Hg.), Die Krise in Griechenland. Ursprünge, Verlauf, Folgen (Bonn: BPB,2015) - Schriftenreihe (Bd. 1608), pp. 299-325.

9. Kateřina Králová and Nikola Karasová. “Reparationsforderungen: Umfang, Rechtsfragen, politische Rahmenbedingungen”. In Ulf-Dieter Klemm, Wolfgang Schultheiß (Hg.). Die Krise in Griechenland. Ursprünge, Verlauf, Folgen. Berlin: Campus Vlg., 2015, pp. 299-325.


Recent lectures & conference presentations

“Righteous Foster Family? The case of Ester Franco.” Paper presented at the international multidisciplinary conference Children and War: Past and Present, University of Salzburg – Austria (July 2016).

“Minderheiten im sozialistischen Jugoslawien. Brüderlichkeit und Eigenheit.” Book launch at the IOS Regensburg – Germany (May 2016).

“Vernichtung und Neuanfang: Juden in Griechenland nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg.” Lecture at Universität Regensburg - Germany (May 2016).

“Researching Holocaust survivors in Greece through the Visual History Archive.” Presentation at the CLARIN PLUS Workshop Exploring Spoken Word Data in Oral History Archives, Oxford – United Kingdom (April 2016).

“Holocausts in Greece: German occupation in Greek historiography.” Presentation at the international conference Perceptions of history in Germany and Greece: Comparative Approaches to Narratives in the European Context, Universität Hamburg – Germany (March 2016).

“It was a beautiful life until the war came…” Personal Accounts of Greek Civil War Refugees in Czechoslovakia. Paper presented at the international conference Political Violence, Terrorism, and Civil War, SFU Vancouver – Canada (February 2016).

“Global Refugees - The Case of Jews & Greeks in 20th Century Czechoslovakia”. Presentation at the Library of Congress, Washington D.C. together with Michal Frankl, introduction by Amy Kaslow (December 2015).

“Reconstituting Greek Jewry after the War”. Lecture at the Finifter Symposium on Greek Jewry, MSU East Lansing MI – USA (November 2015).

“Jewish Community in Post-war Greece.” Presentation at the Mandel Center fellow meeting, USHMM, Washington D.C., moderated by Vadim Altskan (October 2015).

“How to Make it Well Again? Greek-German Relations in the Shadow of Occupation”. Lecture at the CERES, University of Toronto – Canada (September 2015).

“Jews, Communists, and Germans: Greece's handling of its post-war legacies”. Lecture at the SEESOX Oxford – United Kingdom (March 2015).

“The Holocausts in Greece: Victim Competition in the Context of Post-War Compensation for Nazi Persecution”. Paper presented at the international conference Beyond Camps and Forced Labour, London – United Kingdom (January 2015).


Courses

Modern History of Greece; Balkans after 1989; Greece and South-East Europe; Contemporary Mediterranean; Contemporary East-Central Europe; Dictatorships in the Balkans; Greek-Turkish Relations; Contemporary History in Balkan Cinematography; Israel: Politics and Society; Introduction to the Study of the Social sciences II; M.A. thesis seminars.


Suggested thesis topics

Contemporary history of South East Europe (SEE)

National emancipation in the Balkans

SEE during the WWII

Jews and Holocaust in SEE

Dictatorships in the Balkans

Democratization of SEE

International community and SEE

Bilateral relations of SEE countries

Civil society in SEE

Migration and minorities of SEE

Armed conflicts in SEE