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PhDr. František Šístek, Ph.D.
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Position: Assistant Professor

Research Interests: Balkans, Collective Identities, Nationalism, Images and Stereotypes, Intellectual History


CONTACT:

Office: J3076

Email:

Academia.edu

LinkedIn

Office Hours: Monday, 10:30 -12:30

Publications


Short Biography

I have obtained my B.A. degree in area studies at the Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague in 1999. I graduated from the Central European University in Budapest, where I earned my M.A. degree in history in 2001. In 2007, I graduated from the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University in Prague with a Ph.D. degree in social and cultural anthropology. Since 2011, I have worked as assistant professor at the Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague, teaching courses in modern history of the Balkans as well as current affairs. Since 2006, I have also worked as a research fellow at the Institute of History, Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague. I focus on the history of former Yugoslavia (especially Montenegro), nationalism and modernization, images and stereotypes of the Balkans, competing interpretations of the past in Southeastern and Central Europe, cultural history and contemporary Balkan culture.


Positions


(2011 -)

Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague

Assistant Professor

(2010 - 2011)

Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague

Lecturer

(2006 - )

Institute of History, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague

Research Fellow


Education

Charles University, Prague, Faculty of Humanities, Social and Cultural Anthropology, Ph.D., 2007

Central European University, Budapest, Department of History, Modern History of Central Europe, M.A. with distinction, 2001

Charles University, Prague, Faculty of Social Sciences, Institute of International Relations, International Territorial Studies (Area Studies), B.A., 1999


Academic awards

Prémie Otto Wichterleho / Otto Wichterle Award

Czech Academy of Sciences, 2011


Research grants

Czech Academy of Sciences

Strategy AV21 – Top Research in the Public Interest

Project: Central Europe and Balkan Muslims: Relations and Representations

One of two co-researchers, 2017


Research fellowships

- Project: Religions and Values: Central and Eastern European Research Network (REVACERN)

Department of Religions, University of Szeged, Hungary

Grantee, 2009.


- Project: Regimes of Historicity and Discourses of Modernity and Identity, 1900 – 1945, in East-central, Southeastern and Northern Europe

Centre for Advanced Study, Sofia, Bulgaria

Junior Fellow, 2008-2009


Recent conferences

1) The “Turks” and Montenegrins as Emotional Communities in Czech Scholarly Works and Travelogues before 1918

Conference: Emotions, Senses and Affects in the Context of Southeastern Europe

Organizer: InASEA (International Association for Southeast European Anthropology)

Zadar, 27. - 30. 9. 2018


2) The Jews of Montenegro: From Invisibility to a Community

Conference: Balkan Express 2017: The Invisible, the Overlooked, the Forgotten

Organizer: Faculty of Humanities, Charles University

Prague, 1.-2. 12. 2017


3) Representations of Bosnian Muslims in Czech Literature, Travelogues and Memoirs, 1878-1918

Conference: Central Europe and Balkan Muslims: Relations and Representations

Organizer: Institute of History – Czech Academy of Sciences,

Prague, 2-3 October 2017


4) Najveći junak zemlje junaka: praške reprezentacije Marka Miljanov /The Greatest Hero of the Land of Heroes: Prague Representations of Marko Miljanov/

Conference: Cetinjski filološki dani / Cetinje Philology Days

Organizer: Faculty for Montenegrin Language and Literature in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Montenegro

Cetinje, 7-8 September 2017


5) Heroism, Peace and Treachery. Narratives of the First World War in Montenegro.

Conference: Die Friedensbemühungen Papst Benedikt XV. und Kaiser Karl I. im Spiegel ihrer Zeit und als Anregung im Horizont von Heute / Le iniziative di pace di Papa Benedetto XV° e dell’Imperatore Carlo I°nell’ottica dei loro tempi e come ispirazione sull’orizzonte di oggi

Organizer: Pontificium Institutum Teutonicum Sanctae Mariae de Anima in cooperation with Pontificium Institutum Ecclesiasticum Hungaricum in Urbe / Accademia d´Ungheria in Roma and Pontificium Collegium Nepomucenum

Rome, 21-23 November 2016


6) The Contested Memory of the First World War in Montenegro

Conference: Heritage of the First World War: Representations and Reinterpretations

Organizers: Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana – Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (ZRC SAZU) – History Department, University of Tuzla – School of History, University of East Anglia, Department for Southeast European History and Anthropology, University of Graz

Sarajevo, 5-8 October 2016



Memberships

- Slovanský přehled / Slavonic Review. Journal for the History of Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe, published in Prague since 1898

Associate Editor


- The “Balkan Express“ Conferences

Interdisciplinary international conferences in Balkan Studies, organized by the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague

Member of the organising committee


- Matica crnogorska, Podgorica

foreign member


- InASEA (International Association for Southeast European Anthropology)

member


- Czech Association for Slavic, Balkan and Byzantine Studies

member


Selected publications

Monographs

Dějiny Černé Hory /A History of Montenegro/, Praha: NLN – Nakladatelství Lidové noviny 2017, 616 pgs.

Narativi o identitetu. Izabrane studije o crnogorskoj istoriji /Narratives of Identity. Selected Studies in Montenegrin History/, Podgorica: Matica crnogorska 2015, 392 pgs.

Co-edited volume

Bedřich Loewenstein – Milan Hlavačka – František Šístek (eds.): Násilí: jiná moderna /Violence: Another Modernity/, Praha: Historický ústav 2017, 324 pgs.

Chapters in Monographs

Die nationalen Minderheiten in den internationalen Beziehungen und der Gesetzgebung Jugoslawiens, In: Kateřina Králová – Jiří Kocian – Kamil Pikal (Hrsg.), Minderheiten im sozialistischen Jugoslawien. Brüderlichkeit und Eigenheit, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang 2016, pgs. 27-72.

Komu patří Rumija? Spor o místo paměti a transformace náboženské tradice v Černé Hoře /To Whom Does Rumija Belong? A Contested Place of Memory and Transformation of Religious Tradition in Montenegro/, In: Dana Bittnerová – Mirjam Moravcová (eds.), Etnické komunity – Balkánské cesty, díl I., Praha: FHS UK 2015, pgs. 69-108.

Regimes of Historicity, Identity, and Temporality in Montenegro, 1905-45, In: Diana Mishkova – Balázs Trencsényi – Marja Jalava (eds.), “Regimes of Historicity“ in Southeastern and Northern Europe, 1890-1945: Discourses of Identity and Temporality, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan 2014, pgs. 82-100.

Slavic South into Wild Balkans. Conceptualization of South Eastern Europe in Czech Society, 19th - 21st Centuries, In: Ivan Părvev – Maria Baramova (eds.), Dvuvekovnijat păt na edno ponjatie. „Balkanskijat poluostrov“ (1808-2008), Sofia: Universitetsko izdatelstvo „Sv. Kliment Ochridski“ 2014, pgs. 155-166.

Articles

Rat, identitet i egzil u djelu Raymonda Rehnicera /War, Identity and Exile in the Work of Raymond Rehnicer/, In: Prilozi 45, 2016, Sarajevo: Univerzitet u Sarajevu – Historijski institut, pgs. 315-337.






PhDr. František Šístek, Ph.D.



Position: Assistant Professor

Research Interests: Balkans, Collective Identities, Nationalism, Images and Stereotypes, Intellectual History


CONTACT:

Office: J3076

Email:

Academia.edu

LinkedIn

Office Hours: Monday, 10:30 -12:30

Publications


Short Biography

I have obtained my B.A. degree in area studies at the Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague in 1999. I graduated from the Central European University in Budapest, where I earned my M.A. degree in history in 2001. In 2007, I graduated from the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University in Prague with a Ph.D. degree in social and cultural anthropology. Since 2011, I have worked as assistant professor at the Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague, teaching courses in modern history of the Balkans as well as current affairs. Since 2006, I have also worked as a research fellow at the Institute of History, Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague. I focus on the history of former Yugoslavia (especially Montenegro), nationalism and modernization, images and stereotypes of the Balkans, competing interpretations of the past in Southeastern and Central Europe, cultural history and contemporary Balkan culture.


Positions


(2011 -)

Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague

Assistant Professor

(2010 - 2011)

Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague

Lecturer

(2006 - )

Institute of History, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague

Research Fellow


Education

Charles University, Prague, Faculty of Humanities, Social and Cultural Anthropology, Ph.D., 2007

Central European University, Budapest, Department of History, Modern History of Central Europe, M.A. with distinction, 2001

Charles University, Prague, Faculty of Social Sciences, Institute of International Relations, International Territorial Studies (Area Studies), B.A., 1999


Academic awards

Prémie Otto Wichterleho / Otto Wichterle Award

Czech Academy of Sciences, 2011


Research grants

Czech Academy of Sciences

Strategy AV21 – Top Research in the Public Interest

Project: Central Europe and Balkan Muslims: Relations and Representations

One of two co-researchers, 2017


Research fellowships

- Project: Religions and Values: Central and Eastern European Research Network (REVACERN)

Department of Religions, University of Szeged, Hungary

Grantee, 2009.


- Project: Regimes of Historicity and Discourses of Modernity and Identity, 1900 – 1945, in East-central, Southeastern and Northern Europe

Centre for Advanced Study, Sofia, Bulgaria

Junior Fellow, 2008-2009


Recent conferences

1) The “Turks” and Montenegrins as Emotional Communities in Czech Scholarly Works and Travelogues before 1918

Conference: Emotions, Senses and Affects in the Context of Southeastern Europe

Organizer: InASEA (International Association for Southeast European Anthropology)

Zadar, 27. - 30. 9. 2018


2) The Jews of Montenegro: From Invisibility to a Community

Conference: Balkan Express 2017: The Invisible, the Overlooked, the Forgotten

Organizer: Faculty of Humanities, Charles University

Prague, 1.-2. 12. 2017


3) Representations of Bosnian Muslims in Czech Literature, Travelogues and Memoirs, 1878-1918

Conference: Central Europe and Balkan Muslims: Relations and Representations

Organizer: Institute of History – Czech Academy of Sciences,

Prague, 2-3 October 2017


4) Najveći junak zemlje junaka: praške reprezentacije Marka Miljanov /The Greatest Hero of the Land of Heroes: Prague Representations of Marko Miljanov/

Conference: Cetinjski filološki dani / Cetinje Philology Days

Organizer: Faculty for Montenegrin Language and Literature in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Montenegro

Cetinje, 7-8 September 2017


5) Heroism, Peace and Treachery. Narratives of the First World War in Montenegro.

Conference: Die Friedensbemühungen Papst Benedikt XV. und Kaiser Karl I. im Spiegel ihrer Zeit und als Anregung im Horizont von Heute / Le iniziative di pace di Papa Benedetto XV° e dell’Imperatore Carlo I°nell’ottica dei loro tempi e come ispirazione sull’orizzonte di oggi

Organizer: Pontificium Institutum Teutonicum Sanctae Mariae de Anima in cooperation with Pontificium Institutum Ecclesiasticum Hungaricum in Urbe / Accademia d´Ungheria in Roma and Pontificium Collegium Nepomucenum

Rome, 21-23 November 2016


6) The Contested Memory of the First World War in Montenegro

Conference: Heritage of the First World War: Representations and Reinterpretations

Organizers: Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana – Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (ZRC SAZU) – History Department, University of Tuzla – School of History, University of East Anglia, Department for Southeast European History and Anthropology, University of Graz

Sarajevo, 5-8 October 2016



Memberships

- Slovanský přehled / Slavonic Review. Journal for the History of Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe, published in Prague since 1898

Associate Editor


- The “Balkan Express“ Conferences

Interdisciplinary international conferences in Balkan Studies, organized by the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague

Member of the organising committee


- Matica crnogorska, Podgorica

foreign member


- InASEA (International Association for Southeast European Anthropology)

member


- Czech Association for Slavic, Balkan and Byzantine Studies

member


Selected publications

Monographs

Dějiny Černé Hory /A History of Montenegro/, Praha: NLN – Nakladatelství Lidové noviny 2017, 616 pgs.

Narativi o identitetu. Izabrane studije o crnogorskoj istoriji /Narratives of Identity. Selected Studies in Montenegrin History/, Podgorica: Matica crnogorska 2015, 392 pgs.

Co-edited volume

Bedřich Loewenstein – Milan Hlavačka – František Šístek (eds.): Násilí: jiná moderna /Violence: Another Modernity/, Praha: Historický ústav 2017, 324 pgs.

Chapters in Monographs

Die nationalen Minderheiten in den internationalen Beziehungen und der Gesetzgebung Jugoslawiens, In: Kateřina Králová – Jiří Kocian – Kamil Pikal (Hrsg.), Minderheiten im sozialistischen Jugoslawien. Brüderlichkeit und Eigenheit, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang 2016, pgs. 27-72.

Komu patří Rumija? Spor o místo paměti a transformace náboženské tradice v Černé Hoře /To Whom Does Rumija Belong? A Contested Place of Memory and Transformation of Religious Tradition in Montenegro/, In: Dana Bittnerová – Mirjam Moravcová (eds.), Etnické komunity – Balkánské cesty, díl I., Praha: FHS UK 2015, pgs. 69-108.

Regimes of Historicity, Identity, and Temporality in Montenegro, 1905-45, In: Diana Mishkova – Balázs Trencsényi – Marja Jalava (eds.), “Regimes of Historicity“ in Southeastern and Northern Europe, 1890-1945: Discourses of Identity and Temporality, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan 2014, pgs. 82-100.

Slavic South into Wild Balkans. Conceptualization of South Eastern Europe in Czech Society, 19th - 21st Centuries, In: Ivan Părvev – Maria Baramova (eds.), Dvuvekovnijat păt na edno ponjatie. „Balkanskijat poluostrov“ (1808-2008), Sofia: Universitetsko izdatelstvo „Sv. Kliment Ochridski“ 2014, pgs. 155-166.

Articles

Rat, identitet i egzil u djelu Raymonda Rehnicera /War, Identity and Exile in the Work of Raymond Rehnicer/, In: Prilozi 45, 2016, Sarajevo: Univerzitet u Sarajevu – Historijski institut, pgs. 315-337.