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Schindler`s Factory
Duga, Libor ; Zajícová, Jaroslava (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
The revitalization of the abandoned industrial complex in the middle of Brněnec (Brünlitz) village. Spaces of the area could become a lively centre not only of the community, but also of our national contemporary history in one place, the place with a powerful story of more than 1100 saved human lives from the Holocaust in the Schindler`s factory – the sub-camp of the concentration camp Gross-Rosen.
Conversion of the former textile factory in Brněnec
Handl, Dominik ; Mosler, Štěpán (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
This diploma thesis focuses on conversion of run-down industrial compound in the village of Brněnec. Among the buildings in the compound, the most significant is Schindler's factory, which is famous for sheltering and saving hundreds of Jews during the holocaust. This remarkable and intriguing history makes it possible for the compound to be used in countless ways, that would bring this place back to life. It is nevertheless important to place the new structures into the original structure with care, as to preserve the genius loci. That's why the new buildings appear gradually more and more the further away we get from the Schindler's factory. They remain hidden behind the peripheral wall of the newly designed building, which is part of the industrial compound and preserves the distinct shape of the saw roof of the original building. The main goal of this thesis is the design of new holocaust museum, which follows up on the history while taking in consideration its surroundings.
Conversion of the former textile factory in Brněnec
Kotek, Petr ; Mosler, Štěpán (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
The main goal of the diploma thesis deals with the complex of the former textile factory in Brnenec. This factory complex has a high historical value due to the events that took place here. The buildings of the original textile factory need to be ensure and repaired, as they have fallen into unsustainable conditions over the years due to the owners' inaction. The main idea of the diploma thesis is to create a proposal that connect the original buildings with new creations. As a result, the necessary center of Brněnec will be created with new functions commemorating the history of the place and at the same time contributing to the development of the village and the creation new job opportunities.
Modernity and the Holocaust
Cingeľ, Adam ; Kopec,, Jakub (referee) ; Rozwalka, Szymon (advisor)
The diploma thesis entitled Modernity and the Holocaust deals with the design of the Holocaust Documentation Center in Moravia. The project was preceded by an analytical part in the form of a pre-diploma project, which examined the city of Brno in connection with the issue of modernist thinking in society. The result of this theoretical work was, in addition to defining the scheme of the term "Otherness", also a map of the so-called "second" often rejected Brno. The diploma project focuses on the interconnectedness of the Holocaust and modern society. I try to find answers to the questions of this issue mainly through architecture and I apply my ideas to the design of the documentation center. Thanks to the findings from previous analyzes, the work gets to the topic of regulated and unregulated spaces, which the concept of the whole building is based on. The building is thus divided into two functional units. The lower part functions as an unregulated elemental structure, which becomes the life of the building. It interconnects individual functions and offers many possibilities of movement and division of space. This part is made of steel and, unlike the other part, looks much looser. The second part is the mass of the exhibition, which is lifted to the highest part of the object. This part is a controlled and regulated area. Thanks to its massive mass and concrete facade, it works looks hard and thus creates contrast not only in the level of operation, but also in the visual level. These parts work in a mutual relationship and thus create one unit, which is a combination of exhibition space and additional program such as a cafe, children's center, library or restaurant.
Modernity and holocaust
Vašička, Pavel ; Šindlar, Jiljí (referee) ; Marek, Jiří (advisor)
The thesis deals with the design of the Holocaust Documentation Centre in Moravia. Currently, there are several museums dealing with the Holocaust in our country, but none of them provides comprehensive documentation of the Holocaust. The proposal therefore seeks to create a museum that will be able to report on the Holocaust in a broader context and at the same time will be an attractive environment, especially for visitors living in the multimedia world of the 21st century.
The theme of the Holocaust conveyed to pupils of younger school age at primary school level through work with a book
Velčovská, Tereza ; Laufková, Veronika (advisor) ; Komberec, Filip (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to analyse appropriate literature containing the topic of the Holocaust and to sensitively convey the topic to pupils of younger school age. The topic of the Holocaust is very challenging and requires a special approach, especially when dealing with younger pupils. Therefore, the first chapter of the theoretical part focuses on the characteristics of the younger school-age child, his cognitive, emotional and value development. Next, the theoretical part focuses on the characteristics of literature for children and young people, its functions and typical genres. It also gets to the definition of the theme of the Holocaust in the Framework Curriculum for Primary Education and discusses the theme of the Holocaust in literature for children and youth. The final chapter of the theoretical part first defines reading literacy and its development. In the context of literacy development, the chapter characterizes the Reading and Writing for Critical Thinking program and describes selected methods of this program that will be used later in the research part of the thesis. The practical part is divided into several parts. The first part is devoted to the methodology of action research. In the next part, a pre-test is designed to determine the level of awareness of the topic of the...
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.
Common Elements of Judaism and "Jehovah's Witnesses" Religions Society in Relation to the Territory of Czech Republic
Kutinová, Zuzana ; Kohout, Ivan (advisor) ; Biernot, David (referee)
This thesis is focused on the research of common features between the religious society of Jehovah's Witnesses and Judaism in the Czech Republic. First, it deals with the historical origin of the religious society itself and its roots in our country. Subsequently, the thesis deals with the structure and functioning of this organization and with the events of World War II, which brought much suffering to its members and to Jewish people. It then traces the similarities between traditions and customs and the associated way of life. Finally, it examines the self-perception of the relationship of members of the Jehovah's Witnesses religious society to Judaism. For this purpose, qualitative interviews with current and former members and quantitative questionnaires administered to members in each congregation are used. The field research was conducted in the congregations of the Jehovah's Witnesses religious society, specifically in the congregation in Benešov and in the territory of the capital city of Prague.

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