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World Digital Libraries for accessing medieval manuscripts
Michálková, Markéta ; Marek, Jindřich (advisor) ; Šípek, Richard (referee)
World digital libraries for accessing medieval manuscripts Abstract The aim of the thesis is to describe and compare 10 world digital libraries that make available medieval manuscripts. At the beginning of the work, the trends in accessing medieval manuscripts will be mapped. Attention will also be paid to the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) and the possibilities of its use in digital libraries focused on medieval manuscripts. Digital libraries will be examined and compared on the basis of a checklist. Questions will focus on bibliographic records formats for manuscripts and images, the use of IIIF, and whether individual digital libraries also act as aggregators. Keywords: Digital libraries, medieval manuscripts, International Image Interoperability Framework, manuscripts, IIIF
Retrospective bibliography in the Czech Lands in the pre-modern period and in the 19th century
Peroutková, Lenka ; Marek, Jindřich (advisor) ; Šípek, Richard (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis was to describe the development of retrospective bibliography in the Czech lands in pre-modern period and in the 19th century. It summarizes pieces of knowledge about selected bibliographies, mainly about Klíč by Antonín Koniáš and Historie literatury české by Josef Jungmann. It will deal with content and form of bibliography. In this bachelor thesis I will also analyze the attitude to foreing bibliographies.
Problem of Inner System of a Library in Work of Gabriel Naudé
Forstová, Markéta ; Šípek, Richard (advisor) ; Sladká, Veronika (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the inner system of a library as designed by Gabriel Naudé in his 1627 work Advis pour dresser une bibliothèque. The system designed by Naudé is being compared to other systems used in the European libraries and described in the literature of the 16th and the 17th century. The thesis then provides a description of the libraries where Naudé worked and analyzes the application of the library organization system designed by Naudé in those libraries. The last part of the thesis deals with the Naudé's work in the context of the contemporary philosophical movements and it presents the movement of "libertinage érudit" which Naudé was a part of.
Censor and writer Jan Nepomuk Václav Zimmermann (1788-1836)
Novotná, Monika ; Marek, Jindřich (advisor) ; Šípek, Richard (referee)
This work exposes, evaluates and summarises academic and professional career of Jan Nepomuk Vaclav Zimmermann (1788-1836), who worked as a scriptor and a censor. It reviews his censoring and book-examining skills across all fields of book culture. It investigates and evaluates whether contemporary critical testimonies depict Zimmermann's rather negative character rightfully and accurately or not. Zimmermann devoted his time to examining and censoring Czech books and also Hebrew books. As a scriptor at University library, he was responsible for collecting, archiving and organizing manuscripts into catalogues. These catalogues have been filed in National Library for many years. Palaeographical analysis of the catalogues will bring in new facts concerning Zimmermann's autorship. This thesis also presents a list of Zimmermann's work with its historical critical evaluation and compares it to the recent research. Keywords: Jan Zimmermann, Manuscript Catalogues, University Library, Censorship, Censoring Hebrew Literature, Censoring Czech literature, of the Cross with the Red Star, Reformation of Catholic Church under the reign of Joseph II
Emma Urbánková and her importance for the Czech bibliology
Paleček, Vojtěch ; Marek, Jindřich (advisor) ; Šípek, Richard (referee)
(English) The bachelor thesis deals with a prominent personality of the Czechoslovakian bibliology, Dr. Emma Urbanková (1902-1992). It focuses not only on her career and work, but also on the Department of Manuscripts in today's National Library of the Czech Republic during her time in this institution. The main part of the thesis is Emma Urbánková's professional curriculum and an overview of her works, including the context of the evaluation of her work within the Czech bibliology. The aim of the work is to present Emma Urbánková's professional life and work. As a method, I will use search in biographical literature, published memoirs, her own published works as well as archival material (material from her estate and annual reports of today's National Library). Keywords: Emma Urbánková, Czech bibliology, Department of Manuscripts and Early Printed Books, Incunabula inventories
The issue of transition cataloging practice on the new cataloging rules
Škopan, Denis ; Drobíková, Barbora (advisor) ; Šípek, Richard (referee)
This thesis describes the transition to RDA rules for cataloguing in the Czech Republic and abroad, comparing this transition to the adoption of AACR2. Part of the thesis is a summary of the history and development of AACR, AACR2 and RDA as well as a summary of the history and development of cataloguing rules in the local Czech environment. The work includes original research conducted using qualitative interviews with selected library employees in Prague and the Central Bohemian Region. These interviews identified problem areas which might impede a shift to RDA in the Czech environment.
The future of cataloger profession
Odehnalová, Marie ; Drobíková, Barbora (advisor) ; Šípek, Richard (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the future of cataloger profession. The research investigates possible development of cataloging and position of the cataloger in the Czech librarianship. It briefly presents the position of cataloger and it outlines the development of cataloging on an international and Czech level in the past. The situation of cataloging work and its future abroad is based on the retrieval. The research was realised in the form of qualitative structured interviews with Czech professionals in the librarianship field. The conclusion of this thesis is dedicated to the summery of the found information, it answers the defined reasearch questions and presents subjective vision of cataloging development.
Regimental Chronicles in the Context of the Legionnaire Literature in the First Czechoslovak Republic
Lukeš, Martin ; Šípek, Richard (advisor) ; Andresová, Klára (referee)
Thesis maps out the position of the legionnaire regimental chronicles within context of the legionnaire literature as a whole. It attempts to define legionnaire literature as a distinct literary area, to identify unique position of regimental chronicles and to advert its commemorative, propagational and cultural significance. In connection with legionnaire regimental chronicles is also decribed the original background of Austro-Hungarian regimental histories.
The Library of Melchior Gniesen von Kobach
Opatrná, Michaela ; Šípek, Richard (advisor) ; Mašek, Petr (referee)
Opatrná, Michaela - The Library of Melchior Gniesen von Kobach Faculty of Philosophy at Charles University, Prague 1, sq. Jana Palacha 2 Thesis supervisor: PhDr. Richard Šípek, Ph.D. The aim of this Thesis is to describe the newly discovered Library of Melchior Gniesen von Kobach († 1627), the Council of the Appellate court and the Chancellor of the Maltese Order, which is currently located in Maltese library stored in the Library of the National Archive of the Czech Republic (includes 184 vol.). The theoretical part presents a basic information about the formation and form of town libraries in the early modern period, short description of the Knights of St John in Bohemia, description of the history and current state of the convent library in Prague, Melchior Gniesen's CV and presentation of his library. In the practical part thereis a complete catalog of the surviving books of the Library of Melchior Gniesen, its content and formal analysis, followed by evaluation of the importance of work. Used research methods are: observation, document analysis and analogy.
Separeted librarries - Library of F. X. Salda
Lörincová, Juliana ; Petruželková, Alena (advisor) ; Šípek, Richard (referee)
(in English): This bachelor's thesis deals with the personal library of the literary critic, journalist and writer František Xaver Šalda (1867-1937). The aim of the thesis is to identificate and analyse individual parts of the library and explore its provenance features. The introduction is devoted to the life of F. X. Šalda. Mainly from the point of view of his relationship with library and with the circle of friends - the devotees. The second chapter deals with the fate of the library after Šalda's death - the identification and description of the library complexes in the National Library and the Museum of Czech Literature and their processing. In the third chapter is characterized Šalda's personal library as a complex and also analysis of its individual parts, including manuscript notes in books. Established dedications are reflected in the fourth chapter. In conclusion, the findings of the research of the Šalda's personal library are summarized. A list of dedications is stated as an attachment.

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