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A Landscape with Furniture. Designs, plans, and buildings of Jan E. Koula (1896-1975) and his notion of a "people's dwelling".
Suchomelová, Marcela ; Lahoda, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Czumalo, Vladimír (referee) ; Křížová, Alena (referee)
A Landscape with Furniture. Designs, plans, and buildings of Jan E. Koula (1896-1975) and his notion of a "people's dwelling". Marcela Suchomelová Abstract (EN) The thesis focuses on the professional and personal course of life of a Prague architect, designer, painter, documentarian, teacher, theoretician and editor of specialized magazines on architecture and housing culture in the interwar and the onset war era and in line with the avant-garde thinking. Nowadays, the theoretical and artistic legacy of Jan E. Koula (1896-1975) is seen in his remarkable ability to popularize ethics and aesthetic in the contemporary housing culture, and in his capability of pragmatic characterization, evaluation and promotion of modern style of living. He was very consistent and unceasing in doing so, while having the model of Le Corbusier's functionalist purism in mind. An analysis of the then publications, archival documents and Koula's autobiography allowed us to compare his singular interventions in architecture and design as well as the interior housing or exhibition concepts, not to mention the circumstances of their origin and ideological contribution in the plurality of activities, interests, and the social and cultural background of the period between 1920' and 1940'. Jan E. Koula dealt with the issue of housing...
Italian news in Czech chapbooks of the 19th century
Suchomelová, Marcela
Broadside ballads of Chapbooks became the contemporary phenomenon of information across several centuries. Genre multicolored form pamphlet news nearly reflect the current message to the widest audience, especially in folk environment. These small and very popular prints associated with everyday life of society, especially in the second half of the 19th century directly compete with the "faster" by the media, that cost is a mass of newspaper and magazine production. Interesting, especially news reporting leaflet (pamphlet) or broadside songs are also happening in the Apennine local region: reactions Revolution and Rebellion in 1848, or risorgimento year 1859, when the Sardinian-Piedmontese kingdom, along with the Emperor Napoleon III. defeated Austria and soon failed foreign, Mexican mission Archduke Maximilian in the 60th years, but also the marginal popularized songs about miracles or accompanying "thanksgiving" divine aid. Among the interesting scrolls, which were currently cataloged are critical broadside prints the Prague Institute of Ethnology of the ASCR. Collection along with collections of folk songs comes from the results of a major editorial, unfortunately unfinished project from the beginning of the last century, Das Volkslied in Österreich. Volkpoezie und Volkmusik der in Österreich lebenden Völker.
Český Brod and Kostelec nad Černými Lesy Regions in works of ethno botanist and pedagogue Josef Oldřich - Oldra Novotný
Suchomelová, Marcela
Josef Oldřich – Oldra Novotný (1885–1964),nearly forgotten pedagogue and ethno botanist, who worked in Český Brod and Kostelec nad Černými Lesy Regions Českobrodsko a Černokostelecko). Novotný edited a journal – or rather a sort of regional history periodical handbook – of the same title (i. e. “Českobrodsko a Černokostelecko”). The journal was issued only from 1919–1920, nevertheless it was one of the pioneering regional periodicals focused on contemporary regional and cultural history materials, including short ethnographic essays with educational meaning. All the ten issues of the first and the only volume concentrate on contemporary historical, ethnographic, and linguistic specialist research, and they are filled with the work of local teachers and J.O. Novotný himself. Josef O. Novotný personality also surprises through the recently rediscovered torso of his research legacy. There have been found his manuscripts from floristic and ethno botanical fields. J.O. Novotný worked nearly all his life on “Slovník lidových jmen rostlin”, (Lexicon of folk names of plants). Both editorial conception and manuscript corpus of the lexicon are worth remembering. The lexicon covers 7200 folders of typescript, abounds in botanical material and valuable observations for ethno botanical and linguistic studies, along with practical usage of plants, especially in traditional medicine.
New opinion of the documentary and archival files IE AS CZR
Suchomelová, Marcela
The article is focused on the character and development of archival files and collections preserved in the (State) Institution for Folk Song from the 1940s and 1950s, particularly on three small files – The Museum Interviews and Questionaries File, The Research on Museums File and The Folk Architecture Records. Interviews and questionaries used to be the principle of the institutional researching and their archival files, too. The process of an archival handling has been started since the beginning of 1990s
The painter Jan Vochoč (1865-1920) and the Balkan
Suchomelová, Marcela ; Černý, Marcel
The life oh Jan Vochoč, the czech painter can be characterized as an unfulfilled journey and a quest to find himself and his artistic idiom. In 1898-1899/1900 Jan Vochoč sojourned in Bulgaria and the Holy Mount of Athos. The artists´ stayis documented in his personal notes and correspondence written during his journey to Athos, which are currently preserved in the collection of manuscripts that form a part of the documentary and archival records housedat the Institute of Ethnology of the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague

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