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Emilie Fryšová (1840-1920)
Nývltová, Kateřina ; Havlůjová, Hana (advisor) ; Indrová, Martina (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with summarization of information about Emilia Fryšová, a woman whose most important life roles included being an educator, ethnographer, and publicist. The first step in my processing for this work has been to research of given topic, then I have categorized discovered information based on its contents, I compared the information, and lastly analysed it. During the writing process, I have been verifying new leads and discovering today's long-forgotten facts. As I have already mentioned, besides teaching Fryšová had a close relation to ethnography, which primarily included cognizance of the South Bohemian Blata area, which she came to like, when she started to live and work in Soběslav. For a better context of this topic, I have decided to dedicate the first two chapters to themes that are closely connected to Fryšová, such as the life of teachers and the beginnings of ethnography in Bohemia. The main chapters of my thesis focus on detailed information about Fryšová. The third chapter is oriented towards her life as a whole. In the fourth chapter, I more deeply examine her association work and the activities as well as places and people linked to it. The fifth chapter contains the description of the (mainly) ethnographic collection, of which she was a proud owner, and it...
Education of Culture Heritage in a Public Space, The Way to The National Theatre
Vybíralová, Kateřina ; Sládková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Havlůjová, Hana (referee)
The aim of the master's thesis is a production and a realization of an educational programme in a cooperation with the National theatre for students at high schools. The theoretical part of the thesis is connected on published books of methodology of education of culture heritage and alternative ways of an interpretation. Thanks to these, the thesis is looking for a possibility of a public space for an education. In the second part is the thesis focused on a historical progression of the Czech professional theatre in Prague during years 1743-1892. Based this knowledge is realizing the educational programme in a public space of the Old Town and the New Town in the vicinity of the historical building of The National Theatre. The educational programme is using methodology descripted in the theoretical part which means a geocaching, an audio guide and a drama education. The practical part of the thesis is finished by reflection of the programme. KEYWORDS National theatre, escape game, audio guide, drama education, public space
Let's discover the past of progress with a virtual assistant
Hanzalová, Linda ; Havlůjová, Hana (advisor) ; Hnilica, Jiří (referee)
In my diploma thesis, I am looking for a way to awaken, maintain and deepen people's relationship with technical monuments in the cultural landscape, thereby increasing their chance of preserving them for future generations as evidence of the history of human ingenuity. I deal with the possibilities of connecting interpretation and education, or guides and teachers, at technical monuments with help of a virtual environment which is close to today's young generation. The goal of my work is to create such an interactive educational program/game focusing on technical monuments which will make the participants, through an application on a mobile phone or tablet, physically visit a technical monument, get to know it in its authentic environment and thus create a personal relationship with it. At the same time, in the role of the creator of this type of educational program, I also examine the environment, the conditions for the implementation of the plan, as well as the possibility of sharing game experiences, partial and overall results, including their own research, with other users. I am looking for a way to make heritage education "alive", developing and sustainable. KEYWORDS Technical monuments, play, interpretation, education, crafts, technologies, virtual environment, experience.
Nymburk in the Changes of Time - educational programme for secondary schools
Ševcová, Markéta ; Havlůjová, Hana (advisor) ; Sládková, Kateřina (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis is to compile and subsequently implement an educational programme focused on the history of the royal town of Nymburk. The educational programme is called Křížem krážem Nymburkem or Nymburk in the Changes of Time. The aim of this work is also to reveal the weaknesses of the educational programme that has already been implemented and to suggest changes for further implementation. The first part of the thesis focuses on a comparison of educational programmes in Nymburk district offered by the following remembrance institutions: the State District Archive of Nymburk, located in Lysá nad Labem, the Polabské muzeum Poděbrady, the Polabské národopisné muzeum Přerov nad Labem, the Nymburk City Museum ant the Loučeň castle. In this part the thesis also deals with the theory of educational programmes, how the programmes should be created from a professional point of view, what educational elements should be included according to the age category. A suitable tool for primary school pupils is experiential pedagogy, which is also used in the submitted educational programme. The thesis also briefly deals with the history of the royal town of Nymburk in one of its parts and then goes to the concept of the educational programme. The educational programme itself focuses on informing...
After School Art Programme at the Gallery of the Central Bohemian Region
Dusilová, Pavlína ; Havlůjová, Hana (advisor) ; Fulková, Marie (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with informal leisure education in the gallery institution of the Gallery of the Central Bohemian Region in Kutná Hora. The theoretical part introduces concepts related to education in cultural institutions. It moves from the definition of museums and galleries to the definition of education and other concepts related to the issue of non-unified terminology. It looks at the use of several terms with the same meaning, such as education and animation, and their use in the literature. It then describes the life and work of the artists Jitka and Květa Válová, whose life's work was presented by the Gallery of the Central Bohemian Region in the exhibition Jitka and Květa Válovy: A Path Destined by Fate. The artists and the exhibition are connected to an educational programme that was created during six months of work with children of younger school age in an afternoon leisure activity called Ne/kroužek. Ne/kroužek is patronised by The Learning Centre of the Gallery of the Central Bohemian Region. The activities of The Learning Centre and its programme offer for 2022 are also described in the theoretical part. The practical part consists of almost twenty elaborations, which are artistically focused and linked to the work and exhibition of Jitka and Květa Válová. These elaborations...
The Relationship between Curator and Educator in Museums of Art
Juríková, Kristýna ; Sládková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Havlůjová, Hana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the issue of relations and cooperation between curators and educators in art galleries. The theoretical part introduces both professions, presents their work activities and qualification and competence requirements. Furthermore, the theoretical part focuses on a brief overview of the ongoing transformations in exhibition institutions, specifically describing the related new institutionalism and the educational turn. The practical part presents empirical research, the main aim of which is to find out what the collaboration between curators and educators in selected art galleries currently looks like. The data for the research are collected through semi-structured interviews with curators and educators from the galleries; questions are directed at mutual collaboration as well as previous experience, education and work background. The information obtained in the interviews during face-to-face meetings is analysed and interpreted together with information from the websites of the selected galleries. The research shows that all the galleries surveyed offer a variety of active programmes for different target groups, which shows a reflection of the ongoing changes and a certain shift towards an educational turn. The main aim of the research is to map the current state of...
Care of the Intangible Cultural Heritage: Case of the Ride of Kings
Orságová, Anna ; Havlůjová, Hana (advisor) ; Županič, Jan (referee)
Care of the intangible cultural heritage is nowadays dependent on several elements. The main element is people and community in the places where the habit or tradition is still kept. But their effort must be supported by national and international authorities who invest considerable resources into their preservation. Except this also the general awareness of public that is a guarantee of passing the tradition to the next generations is very important. On the example of the Ride of Kings there is captured historical evolution of the tradition, which during the previous century undergo the change in the people's celebrations. By their formation was conditioned preservation of tradition, which began to vanish in the second half of the 20th century. Key words Intangible cultural heritage, cultural people's tradition, Ride of the Kings, folklore.
Stalinist Period in Czechoslovakia - Its Interpretation and Teaching in Secondary Education
Hána, Petr ; Jirásková, Věra (referee) ; Havlůjová, Hana (referee)
1950s may be classified as one of the worst periods in Czechoslovakia's history. The totalitarian communist regime in the period between 1948 and 1953 is called the Stalinism. The primary objective hereof was to evaluate teaching about the Stalinism period in Czechoslovakia in secondary schools, in particular, to assess the scope of correctness and completeness of the related curriculum and teaching methods. The secondary objective hereof was to introduce and describe the Stalinism as a typical example of totalitarianism and to define crucial elements of this non-democratic form of government using the example of Czechoslovakia from 1948 to 1953. The thesis proceeds from the theoretical part via a case study to the practical part. The first part classifies totalitarianism, defines its historical outset and determines its main features. The second chapter describes and explains the Stalinism, which is a typical example of totalitarianism having functioned in practice in the Soviet Union from where it spread to the majority of the Communist countries, including Czechoslovakia. The third chapter explains the practical application of the Stalinism elements and methods used to control a society according to the Soviet model using the example of Czechoslovakia from 1948 to 1953. The practical part hereof focuses...
Czech modern women and the Orient in the first half of the 20th century: Challenging both gender and colonial dichotomies from the margins of Europe
Havlůjová, Hana ; Míšková, Alena (advisor) ; Charvát, Petr (referee) ; Bahenská, Marie (referee)
Hana Havlůjová: Czech modern women and the Orient in the first half of the 20th century: Challenging both gender and colonial dichotomies from the margins of Europe Abstract In regards to both Czech and international research context my thesis has two main objectives. Firstly, it aims to explore various Czech sources, be them written or visual, in order to examine their potential for cultural history-based research on Czech modern women's (re)presentations of the Orient in the first half of the 20th century. Secondly, it uses a perspective 'from the margins of Europe' in order to challenge traditional dichotomies that prevail in a majority of research on gender and nationalism as well as colonialism worldwide. Therefore, my analyses of Czech modern women's (re)presentations of the Orient focus mainly on the interplay of three modern discourses - feminism, nationalism and orientalism. The first part of the thesis First impressions: Three Czech modern women in the Orient comprises three case studies on Pavla Dušková, Ludmila Matiegková and Vlasta Kálalová Di- Lotti, who travelled to and stayed in the Near East (Egypt, Palestine, Iraq) in the 1920s and 1930s. Their personal papers (e.g. family correspondence, unpublished travelogues) as well as published works (e.g. academic pieces of writing, popular novels)...
Terezín diaries in project teaching
Jordánová, Helena ; Mikeska, Tomáš (advisor) ; Havlůjová, Hana (referee)
This Diploma thesis deals with the use of diaries from the Terezín Ghetto in project teaching. Their use should be made through a series of worksheets designed for project teaching. The benefits and success of worksheets were tested on several groups of elementary and secondary schools. The first chapter is devoted to theoretical introduction to the issue of projects and project-based teaching, the following chapter discusses the history of Terezín, the third chapter deals with the Terezín diaries and their authors, in the fourth chapter are placed excerpts of diaries with the relevant historical context. Into the last chapter are included worksheets created on the basis of excerpts from the diaries, their solutions and evaluation for their success by students. The last pages are devoted to the work attachment list and a list of references and online resources. The work demonstrates that diaries are a good source for creating worksheets about everyday life in the Terezín Ghetto and that they bring to learning new ways of work and wider view of the issues being discussed.

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