List of lectures and workshops

Andrej FIndor - Comenius University
Dmitry Kurakin - National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow
Werner Binder - Masaryk University
Máté Zombory - Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Lucie Jarkovská - Masaryk University
Csaba Szaló - Masaryk University
Bernadette Nadya Jaworsky - Masaryk University
Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes
Tamáska Máté

Study materials

Participants of the Summer School do not need any special books. All study texts and other study materials will be available online on the Information System of the Masaryk University. The access to the system requires an authorisation. All participants will receive their personal ID number as well as the password after the closing of the application procedure.

Requirements and assessment

The Summer School is aimed at undergraduate and graduate students as well as those intellectuals, artists, journalists, editors, writers, photographers, and others who are interested in the continuous building of skills and knowledge throughout their post-university life.

Applicants whose first language in not English should be aware that all lectures and workshops are taught in English. Good spoken and written English is therefore essential.

Students are expected to attend all classes during the Summer School, to participate in class debates, to prepare by reading in advance and to submit a final essay of 2000-3000 words meeting academic standards (deadline September 30).

Participants who will fulfil all requirements will be awarded 10 credits according to the ECTS (European Credit Transfer System). Apart from credits, a diploma will be awarded to the summer school participants to confirm their attendance at the Summer School.