Visiting Professors

Visiting professors teach within a special course, Chapters in Economic History (5HD381, 5HD382, 5HD383), on topics according to their research interests.

For more information see catalogue of courses on ISIS: http://isis.vse.cz/katalog/index.pl.

2016

Italian historian prof. Guido Franzinetti (University of Eastern Piedmont, Alessandria) led from  5.12. to 9.12.2016 a special course 5HD382 Chapters in Economic History: Southern Europe, Reconstruction, Transitions, Crises.

Russian historian Doc. PhDr. Michail Kovalev, Ph.D. (Saratovskij gosudarstvennyj techničeskij universitet) led from 31.10. to 4.11.2016 a special course 5HD381 Chapters in Economic History Economic and Political Development of Russia (1985–2010).

Italian historian Dr. Angela Romano (University Institute Florence) led from 21.3. to 24.3.2016 a special course 5HD382 Chapters in Economic History: From Division to Cooperation: West and East Europe in the Cold War and Beyond.

British historian Dr. Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol (University of Glasgow) led from 14.3. to 18.3. 2016 a special course 5HD381 Chapters in Economic History: European Economic Cooperation and Integration since 1945.

2015

Austrian historian Dr. Richard Lein (Universität Wien) led from 30.11. to 4.12.2015 a special course 5HD382 Chapters in Economic History: German War Preparations and War Economy in World War II.

Russian historian doc. Mikhail Vladimirovich Kovalev (Saratovskij gosudarstvennyj techničeskij universitet) led from 12.10. to 23.10.2015 a special course 5HD381 Chapters in Economic History: Social and Economic History of the USSR 1945-1991.

Portugal historian dr. João Paulo Avelãs Nunes (University of Coimbra) led from 27.4. to 30.4.2015 a special course 5HD383 Chapters in Economic History: The Portuguese New State, World War I, World War II and the Colonial Wars.

Greek historian Dr. PhDr. Athanasios Sideris, Ph.D. (History and Archeology Department Foundation of the Hellenic World, Athens) led from 4. 5. to 15. 5. 2015 a special course 5HD382 Chapters in Economic History: Principles and Practice in Classical World’s Economy.

American historian Prof. Steven Seegel (University of Northern Colorado) led from 7.4. to 10. 4. 2015 a special course 5HD381 Chapters in Economic History: Maps, Nationalism, and Geopolitics: Russian/Soviet Foreign Policy and East Central Europe.

2014

Russian historian Doc. Michail V. Kovalev (Saratovskij gosudarstvennyj techničeskij universitet) led from 10. 10. to 16. 10. 2014 mimosemestrální kurz 5HD381 Chapters in Economic History: Политическая и экономическая история России в ХХ столетии.

Italian historian Prof. Sara Lorenzini, Ph.D. (Universitá delgi studi di Trento) led on 22. 4., 24. 4. a 25. 4. 2014 a special course 5HD382 Chapters in Economic History: History of the Cold War.

2013

Spanish historian Dr. José Manuel Serrano Alvarez (Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana – Sede Medellín, Universidad De Antioquia – Udea) led from 23.4. to 3.5.2013 a special course 5HD381 Chapters in Economic History: Visiones militares en historia general.

American-Austrian historian Prof. Dr. Günter Bischof (CenterAustria The University of New Orleans) led from 13.5. to 17.5.2013 a special course 5HD382 Chapters in Economic History: The American Century.

Russian historian doc. dr. Mikhail Vladimirovich Kovalev (Saratovskij gosudarstvennyj techničeskij universitet) led from 22.5. to 28.5.2013 a special course 5HD383 Chapters in Economic History: History of Modern Russia (1985-2013).

Austrian historian Dr. Richard Lein (Universität Wien) led from 18.11. to 22.11.2013 a special course 5HD381 Chapters in Economic History “German War Preparations and War Economy in World War II”.

2012

Doc. PhDr. Mikhail Vladimirovich Kovalev, Ph.D. (Saratovskij gosudarstvennyj techničeskij universitet) will lead a special course, Chapters in Economic History (5HD381) on the topic Historical Memory and Identity in Russia in the 20th Century from October 1st to October 5th, 2012.

Prof. Dr. Günter Bischof (CenterAustria The University of New Orleans)  led a special course, Chapters in Economic History (5HD381) on the topic The American Century from May 7th to May 18th, 2012.

Dr. PhDr. Athanasios Sideris, Ph.D. (History and Archeology Department Foundation of the Hellenic World, Athens) will lead a special course, Chapters in Economic History (5HD381) on the topic Principles and Practice in Ancient World Economy from November 17th to December 1st, 2012.

Prof. Dr. Andreas Wilkens (Paul Verlaine Université-Metz) will lead a special course, Chapters in Economic History (5HD381) in the winter semester 2012/2013 on a topic to be specified later.

2011

Prof. Dr. Francine-Dominique Liechtenhan (Centre Roland Mousnier, U.M.R. 8596, Université de Paris IV) led a special course, Chapters in Economic History (5HD381) on the topic of Stalinismus-Nazismus-Vergleich from April 5th to April 22nd, 2011.

Dr. Richard Lein (Universität Wien) led a special course, Chapters in Economic History (5HD381) on the topic of The German War
Economy (World War II) from October 31st to November 4th, 2011.

2010

Dr. PhDr. Athanasios Sideris, Ph.D. (History and Archeology Department Foundation of the Hellenic World, Athens) led a special course, Chapters in Economic History (5HD381) on the topic of Principles and Practice in Classical World’s Economy from May 3rd to May 14th, 2010.

Prof. Dr. Thomas Wünsch (Universität Passau) led a special course, Chapters in Economic History (5HD381) on the topic of Deutsch-tschechische Erinnerungsorte (lieux de mémoire) des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts from November 1st to November 12th, 2010.

2009

Dr. Oliver Walton (Navy Records Society, London) led a special course, Chapters in Economic History (5HD381) on the topic of Knowledge, Power and Social Change in Britain 1750-1900.

Prof. Dr. Georg Christoph Berger Waldenegg (Universität Heidelberg) led a special course, Chapters in Economic History (5HD381) on the topic of Der kranke Mann Europas? Die Entwicklung der Habsburgermonarchie zwischen 1815 und 1914 unter besonderer Berücksichtigung sozioökonomischer Aspekte.

2007

Prof. Dr. John R. Davis (Kingston University and Institute of Historical Research, University of London) led a special course, Chapters in Economic History (5HD381) on the topic of Economic Liberalism and Free Trade, a Historical Evaluation.


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