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History - OBZO17
Anglický název: History
Zajišťuje: Děkanát (41-DEKAN)
Fakulta: Pedagogická fakulta
Platnost: od 2011
Semestr: oba
E-Kredity: 4
Rozsah, examinace: 2/2 Zk [hodiny/týden]
Počet míst: zimní:neurčen / neurčen (neurčen)
letní:neurčen / neurčen (neurčen)
Minimální obsazenost: neomezen
Stav předmětu: nevyučován
Jazyk výuky: angličtina
Způsob výuky: prezenční
Poznámka: předmět je možno zapsat mimo plán
při zápisu přednost, je-li ve stud. plánu
předmět lze zapsat v ZS i LS
Garant: doc. RNDr. Miroslava Černochová, CSc.
Třída: Volitelné předměty pro PS
Anotace - angličtina
Poslední úprava: CERNOCHO/PEDF.CUNI.CZ (11.02.2011)
The course consists of two autonomous yet synchronized parts. The structure of the both parts respects the chronological order. The first part of the course is taught by Kateřina Průšová (weeks 2-4). Her part of the course is an introduction into Central European history considering the region from diverse perspectives. The area is presented as a meeting point of diverse groups from Celtic settlement to Slaves. The course ends with the last Holy Roman Emperor. The second part of the course - taught by Miloš Brunclík (weeks 5-16) - will examine the developments of Central Europe in the context of European and world history since the 19th century. Besides the history this part of the course integrates three strands of political science: political theory (political philosophy), international relations and comparative (empirical) politics. Primary attention is given to the 20th century and to description and explanation of the most important events, processes and ideologies. The 20th century witnessed the struggle between liberal democracy and totalitarian or authoritarian movements. The course will interpret the ideological division of the world into the communist East and democratic capitalist West. We will inquiry into the roots of European integration as well as the causes and aftermath of the breakdown of communist regimes in Europe.
Cíl předmětu - angličtina
Poslední úprava: CERNOCHO/PEDF.CUNI.CZ (11.02.2011)

The aim of the course is to present key cultural, societal and political events and processes that shaped the fate of European states, including Czech lands, later Czechoslovakia and now Czech Republic, which have often been at the epicenter of European politics, though mostly as mere objects of great-power relations.

Over the course of the semester the students will become familiar with a number of various concepts that continue to be important and influential today and help understand current realities. Students will be able to understand these concepts and their various meanings, and analyze and interpret them in various contexts. Upon a successful completion of this course the student will have a good orientation in the historical context on European level. The student is led to think independently and interdisciplinary.

Literatura - angličtina
Poslední úprava: CERNOCHO/PEDF.CUNI.CZ (11.02.2011)

Agnew, Hugh. 2004. The Czechs and the Lands of the Bohemian Crown. Stanford: Hoover Press.

Ash, Garton Timothy. 1990. The Magic Lantern: The Revolution of '89 Witnessed in Warsaw, Budapest, Berlin, and Prague. Random House.

Charter of the United Nations

Chropovský, Bohuslav. 1989. The Slavs. Prague.

Fukuyma, Francis. 1989. The End of History? National Interest.

Harrison, M. Hope. 2003. The Berlin Wall, Ostpolitik, and détente, GHI Bulletin Supplement 1.

Hupchick, Dennis. P.; Cox, Harold E. 1996. A Concise Historical Atlas of Eastern Europe. New York.

Huntington, Samuel. 1993. The Clash of Civilizations? Foreign Affairs, Summer 1993.

Kennedy, Paul. 1989. The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers. Economic Change and Military Conflict from 1500 to 2000. New York: Vintage Books.

Kissinger, Henry. 1994. Diplomacy. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1994

Novák, Miroslav. 2010. The Czech Party System and Democracy: The Quest for Stability, pp. 207-228. In Lawson, Kay. Political Parties and Democracy, Volume II: Europe. Praeger Publishers

Pánek, Jaroslav; Tůma, Oldřich. 2009. A History of the Czech Lands. Prague.

Renan, Ernst. 1882. What is a Nation?

The Schuman Declaration, 9 May 1950

Szczerbiak, Aleks and Paul Taggart. 2002. Theorising Party-Based Euroscepticism: Problems of Definition, Measurement and Causality. SEI Working Paper No 69, European Parties Elections and Referendums Network Working Paper No 12.

Požadavky ke zkoušce - angličtina
Poslední úprava: CERNOCHO/PEDF.CUNI.CZ (11.02.2011)

Course requirements and grading:

Attendance, class preparation and participation are mandatory

Integrative project based on independent research if based 40%

on the course, or a compatible course project

Portfolio (including essays/comments about movies and excursions) 30%

Short quizzes, mid term and final exam 30%

Sylabus - angličtina
Poslední úprava: CERNOCHO/PEDF.CUNI.CZ (11.02.2011)

European and Global Contexts

WEEK 2

1. Where is the heart of Europe?

Changing political definition of Central Europe and its geographical and geological determination

Central Europe as a meeting point of diverse language groups

Spread of Christianity, Otonians and the birth of the Holy Roman Empire

Premyslids; Consequences of the conflicts of Papal and Imperial ambitions

2. Luxemburgs, Bohemian Lands, France and Holy Roman Empire

WEEK 3

3. Early reformation and first liberal concepts of statehood and European integrity

Renovation of the kingdom under Jagiellonian dynasty

4. Reformation, Humanism, Recatolisation

Ideas and Ideologies: Church, Nation and State

WEEK 4

5. EXCURSION to the Prague Castle

6. The Thirty Years War, Rationalism and Enlightened Absolutism: Marie Therese and Joseph II.

WEEK 5

7. Europe and the World after the Congress of Vienna

System of balance of power

Major powers in Europe

Readings: Kennedy 1989 introduction

8. Era of Nationalism

Nations and nationalism

Readings: Renan 1882

Central Europe in its Diversity: Transitions and Alternatives, Contacts and Conflicts; Czechs and their Neighbors

WEEK 6

9. Europe and the World at the Turn of Centuries

Colonial Expansion

Forming alliances

Readings: Kennedy 1989 I

10. Great War (WW1)

Causes and course of the war

Results and consequences of the war

Readings: Kennedy 1989 II

WEEK 7

11. Versailles System of Power

New world order and its problems

Readings: Kissinger I

12. Inter-war Period

International politics in the 1930s

Nazi aggression, policy of appeasement

Readings: Kissinger II

WEEK 9

13. The Second World War

Causes and outbreak of the war

Readings: Agnew 2004, chapter 12

14. Czech Lands under the Nazi Occupation

EXCURSION: visit to the National Memorial to the Heroes of the Heydrich Terror

Readings: Pánek, Tůma 2009

Revolution and Social Change

WEEK 10

15. New World Order and the East-West Division

New superpowers

Cold war

MIDTERM EXAM

Readings: Kissinger III

16. Communism in Europe

Ideology of communism

Attempts to reform communism

Readings: Agnew 2004, chapters 13 and 14

WEEK 11

17. Communism in Czechoslovakia

MOVIE: KRÁL ŠUMAVY (SMUGGLERS OF DEATH, 1959)

18. Czechoslovakia at Wars

EXCURSION: The Army Museum Žižkov

WEEK 12

19. Europe and the World during the Cold War

Course of the cold war

Major conflicts

Readings: Harrison 2003

20. Process of the European Integration

Roots of the European integration

European idea

Readings: Schuman declaration, and Szczerbiak, Taggart 2002

Memory and Forgetting; Biographies and Oral History

WEEK 13

21. Between Détente and Armament

Towards the end of the Cold war

Readings: Kennedy III

22. Breakdown of the Communist Block

Causes of the collapse of the Eastern Block

Readings: Fukuyama 1989

Landscapes: Real and Imaginary

WEEK 14

23. Changing Landscape of European politics

Transition to Democracy in Europe: theory and practice

Readings: Ash 1989

24. Changing Landscape of German Politics

MOVIE: "GOOD BYE, LENIN" (2003)

Transitions and Alternatives of the Future

WEEK 15

25. Building New Democracies

Creating new party systems: a Case of Czechoslovakia

Readings: Novák 2010

26. The Šumava Trip

EXCURSION: on the track of the King of Šumava

WEEK 16

27. Victory of Liberal Democracy ?

Current challenges to liberal democracy

Readings: Huntington 1993

28. Final Test and final presentations

Požadavky k zápisu - angličtina
Poslední úprava: CERNOCHO/PEDF.CUNI.CZ (11.02.2011)

Tento předmět vyučují odborníci z ÚJOP.

Bližší informace včetně rozvrhu a kontaktů na vyučující najdete na http://it.pedf.cuni.cz/socrates/index.php?link=32〈=en.

V případě, že máte zájem o zápis do předmětu, kontaktujte vyučujícího předmětu (Kateřina Průšová, Miloš Brunclík email: katerinkarachel@gmail.com, milosbrunclik@centrum.cz) a požádejte ho o zařazení do předmětu.

 
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