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Jarmila Hašková - epoch, life, work
Blehová, Markéta ; Hnilica, Jiří (advisor) ; Vlnas, Vít (referee)
This thesis focuses on the personality of a writer and humorist Jarmila Hašková. It deals with a biographical summary of the writer's life and author's bibliography overview. The thesis is divided into two main chapters, the first deals with the author's life and the second dedicates to the author's creation. The first chapter describes the author's childhood spent in a large family, but it was accompanied by frequent health problems, furthermore, a relatively dramatical relationship with a writer Jaroslav Hašek and a period of author's life after separation, when Hašková came with her son Richard back to her parents. She gained not only a permanent job but also she took up a literary activity completely. The second chapter deals with the author's work in detail, initially with the work's beginnings, which relate to poetry. After that, it deals with prosaic writings in which lied centre of her creations and, ultimately, other arts sectors such as film and radio Hašková devoted. Jarmila Hašková wrote humoristic short stories primarily about daily life and interpersonal relations. The thesis gives an overview of the contemporary reception of Jarmila Hašková's prosaic works. The work is based on primary sources, mainly the sources place in the Museum of Czech Literature Literary Archive in the fond of...
Jarmila Hašková - epoch, life, work
Blehová, Markéta ; Hnilica, Jiří (advisor) ; Vlnas, Vít (referee)
This thesis focuses on the personality of a writer and humorist Jarmila Hašková. It deals with a biographical summary of the writer's life and author's bibliography overview. The thesis is divided into two main chapters, the first deals with the author's life and the second dedicates to the author's creation. The first chapter describes the author's childhood spent in a large family, but it was accompanied by frequent health problems, furthermore, a relatively dramatical relationship with a writer Jaroslav Hašek and a period of author's life after separation, when Hašková came with her son Richard back to her parents. She gained not only a permanent job but also she took up a literary activity completely. The second chapter deals with the author's work in detail, initially with the work's beginnings, which relate to poetry. After that, it deals with prosaic writings in which lied centre of her creations and, ultimately, other arts sectors such as film and radio Hašková devoted. Jarmila Hašková wrote humoristic short stories primarily about daily life and interpersonal relations. The thesis gives an overview of the contemporary reception of Jarmila Hašková's prosaic works. The work is based on primary sources, mainly the sources place in the Museum of Czech Literature Literary Archive in the fond of...
Civic facilities of Melnik town during years 1860-1939
Dvořáček, Ondřej ; Foltýn, Dušan (advisor) ; Hnilica, Jiří (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the development of institutions, buildings and facilities for civil purposes of the town of Mělník. It focuses on the founding and constructing of public serving institutions within the time span from the rise of civil society in the days of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire in about 1860 and their further development and changes during the First Republic. The time span leads up to the Nazi occupation of Bohemia and Moravia. The thesis aims at a description of the then founded institutions, namely, but not only, concerning education, culture and healthcare. Chapters are divided according to sectors of civil facilities. Key institutions are described in there in chronological order, as well as their architectural executions and their historical and architectonic characteristics in the context of the selected topic. Keys Words: civic facilities, Melnik town, First Czechoslovak Republic, Austria - Hungary, 19. century, 20. century, architecture
Jarmila Hašková - epoch, life, work
Blehová, Markéta ; Hnilica, Jiří (advisor) ; Vlnas, Vít (referee)
This thesis focuses on the personality of a writer and humorist Jarmila Hašková. It deals with a biographical summary of the writer's life and author's bibliography overview. The thesis is divided into two main chapters, the first deals with the author's life and the second dedicates to the author's creation. The first chapter describes the author's childhood spent in a large family, but it was accompanied by frequent health problems, furthermore, a relatively dramatical relationship with a writer Jaroslav Hašek and a period of author's life after separation, when Hašková came with her son Richard back to her parents. She gained not only a permanent job but also she took up a literary activity completely. The second chapter deals with the author's work in detail, initially with the work's beginnings, which relate to poetry. After that, it deals with prosaic writings in which lied centre of her creations and, ultimately, other arts sectors such as film and radio Hašková devoted. Jarmila Hašková wrote humoristic short stories primarily about daily life and interpersonal relations. The thesis gives an overview of the contemporary reception of Jarmila Hašková's prosaic works. The work is based on primary sources, mainly the sources place in the Museum of Czech Literature Literary Archive in the fond of...
In the Shadow of Lidice - Comparison of changes in the memory of the villages exterminated during the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia
Kyliášová, Sandra ; Hnilica, Jiří (advisor) ; Koura, Petr (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on changes of perception of selected municipalities, which were affected by extermination action during the existence of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. Unlike Lidice and Ležáky, however, they are not so well-known today. For comparison, I chose five Moravian villages and settlements, of which Zákřov and Javoříčko lay in the Olomouc, Ploština, Prlov and Vařákovy paseky were in the area of Wallachia. The introductory part is devoted to the theory of memory, focusing on collective memory and memory space with inspiration from sociology and history authors. Namely Maurice Halbwachs, Pierre Nora, Jan Assmann and Miroslav Hroch in Czechia. This is followed by a chronological summary of historical developments in individual localities, from their origin, through their destruction to development after World War II. The main passage of this work is an overview of professional, non-fiction and, rarely, fictional literary sources and media sources that have created memory of these places since the end of World War II to the present day. These sources show a political and social shift between periods of time, including propaganda based on the omission of some information or the fabrication of ideologically burdened theories. It also includes a final comparison of...
Dealing with the Communist Past: Transformation of History Education in Czech Republic after 1989
Najbert, Jaroslav ; Činátl, Kamil (advisor) ; Beneš, Zdeněk (referee) ; Hnilica, Jiří (referee)
The thesis aims to stimulate the debate on the need of improvement of the history education in the Czech Republic. It concentrates on describing the consequences of current historical situation, defined by the dealing with the communist past discourse, to history education. First, it analyses the very concept of dealing with the communist past, using available linguistic and statistic tools (e.g. Czech National Corpus and Mediasearch archive) and multidisciplinary literature. Then the three studies follow. The first case study explores the public debates on teaching of communist history that took place in the public since 1989 and included some criticism of the quality of history education. It also analyses conceptualizations of history education within the national curriculum since 1989. As a result, two dominant discursive types that have had an influence on the public debate about history education and teaching practice are defined. The second study explores the memory, pedagogical and discursive practices related to the application of oral history method for both remembrance and history education. It examines both positive but also problematic aspects of memory practice in education related to the stories of 1950's persecution. The third study discuses results of empirical research aimed on...

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