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Scholars in Exile and Dictatorships of the 20th Century. May 24-26, 2011, Prague. Conference Proceedings
Stella, M. ; Štrbáňová, Soňa ; Kostlán, Antonín
Proceedings of the international conference (Prague, May 2011), which was devoted to the forced migration of intellectuals (namely scholars who had to leave for exile under the pressure of dictator regimes) in the 20th century.
Unpublished manuscript by Ivan Málek about the development of biology
Štrbáňová, Soňa
Paper analyzes two versions of the unpublished manuscript of I.Málek on the development of the Czechoslovak biology and deliberates on the possibilities of its use as a source to the history of Czechoslovak and world biology.
Assertion of the new Czech scientific terminology at the Czech universities in the course of the 19th century
Štrbáňová, Soňa
Modern Czech scientific terminology was established approximately between 1820 and 1870 as part of the Czech National Revival. This complex process became not only a professional but also social and political issue.
Marjory Stephenson and the Medical Research Council. New Managing Role for a Woman Scholar
Štrbáňová, Soňa
M. Stephenson, directed most of her life the Cambridge laboratory of the Medical Research Council. In spite of the fact that she was acknowledged founder of the new scientific branches chemical and general microbiology, being a woman she had to cope in the British institutions with the official acknowledgement of her role of a scientific team leader.
Rise and Fall of the Institute of Microbiology of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences. 1960s and 1970s
Štrbáňová, Soňa
Institute of Microbiology of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences achieved important scientific advances in the 1960s, in spite of the political and ideological pressures of its time. In the period of the "Prague Spring" in 1968, became most of its workers, led by the Instiute Director Ivan Málek, engaged in the so called "revival process". After the short interlude of protests against Soviet occupation and subsequent apathy, the Communist Party installed in the Institute a new management whose drastic political measures supported by a small part of employees targeted several foremost scientists (especially I. Málek) and for years constrained the Institute's scientific activities.
Institucionální pozice českých žen v českých zemích v letech 1860-1938
Štrbáňová, Soňa
Road of Czech women to higher education in the 19th century ; women at the Czech universities in the first half of the 20th century.
Štrbáňová, Soňa ; Stamhuis, I. H. ; Mojsejová, Kateřina
Introduction to the collection of papers.

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