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Milena Lenderová is a prominent Czech historian. Her main focus lies in the history of everyday life and history of gender in the 19th century. When I wanted to learn more about the beginnings of female emancipation, I did not hesitate a moment to decide who I would approach. For centuries, women’s role was subordinated to that of men. A great progress has been made on the way to emancipation since then, but I can sometimes feel such subordination underlying any public debate on gender...
Dear colleagues and students, We have gone through a period which changed our working and personal lives. This period turned our daily routine upside down and changed comfort into an unexpected challenge. In my opinion, you are as happy as I am to be able to slowly return to the normal operation. To personal contacts with fellow students, colleagues, and to the background we are accustomed to. This is the right time to say thank you. I would like to thank all of you for your...
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  Plague, cholera, typhus, smallpox. These diseases at the time were killing the inhabitants of all continents. Like the current COVID-19, which struck a hundred years after the eradication of the Spanish flu. The gauze mask became a symbol of that time. Vladan Hanulík, an expert in the history of medicine at the Institute of Historical Sciences, Faculty of Arts, University of Pardubice, says that it was not the healthiest or wisest who survived in epidemics. It was a coincidence or...
Over a million students are learning from home these days. Educator Marek Vít from the Department of English and American Studies at the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, University of Pardubice, has decided to help them and their teachers. He now offers his unconventional English Me learning application for free. University teacher Marek Vít had already created his own English textbook and a free Help for English website, which helps to improve language skills not only for university...
Update March 27, 2020 Academic year schedule has been updated. Detailed information can be found here. Update March 17, 2020 In order to limit personal contact as much as possible, the University of Pardubice asks you to communicate with its staff only electronically or over the phone. All university offices are running with at least one person on duty, while others support them from home. Please make sure you wear face masks or other available protection to...
The University of Pardubice has received a gift of 100 books from H.E. Mrs. Narinder Chauhan, Ambassador of the Republic of India to the Czech Republic. During her visit, the Ambassador met Indian students and received the University Medal from Jiří Málek, Rector. This summer semester the University has received 500 foreign students from 68 countries, with 16 students coming from India. “For the life of a modern and prestigious university it is necessary to establish ties between...
Nicholas Stewart Archer, Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Czech Republic, has met with the management of the University of Pardubice today to discuss the cooperation between Czech and UK scientists. His programme also included visits to the nanotechnology, electrical engineering and transportation departments, as well as planting an oak in the new university park. “The scientific cooperation between the Czech Republic and the UK has been very active. More than a thousand British and Czech...
Dear students, colleagues and friends of the University of Pardubice, I would like to wish you a peaceful Advent time and true Christmas tranquility spent with your nearest and dearest. At Christmas time, we should not forget about those who need our help, kindness and solidarity. Let me wish you good health and a steady mind for the coming year. I hope that in 2019 we can together continue creating a friendly working environment and pursue politeness, fairness and team...