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    9. prosince 2019, 9.00–17.30

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    Vila Lanna, V Sadech 1/1, Praha 6 – Bubeneč
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Department of Comenius Studies and Early Modern Intellectual History

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Mgr. Marcela Slavíková, Ph.D.

Work position: Postodoctoral Fellow and Editor of Latin works in critical edition J. A. Comenii Opera omnia.

Research Fields of Interest:
- early modern correspondence
- ancient Greek music, ancient treatises on music
- Humanist Greek poetry; Humanist poetry composed in Latin

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Education and academic qualification

- 13–16 March 2018: COST-Action IS 1310 Training School 'EMLO on the road', Tallinn; how to work with the EMLO databaze, The Comenius Catalogue

- 2006–2014: Ph.D. student at the Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, Institute for Greek and Latin Studies. Ph.D. thesis: Aristides Quintilianus a postavení jeho spisu Peri músikés mezi dochovanými hudebně-teoretickými spisy (Aristides Quintilianus and the Position His Work on Music Holds among the Extant Musicological Treatises)

- August/September 2013: research stay at the University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznań

- 1999–2006: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, Institute for Greek and Latin Studies, Master in Latin and Ancient Greek. MA thesis: Pseudo-Plútarchos O hudbě – úvod, překlad a komentář (Pseudo-Plutarch On Music – Introduction, Translation, Commentary)

Work experience

- since 2019: Hussite Theological Faculty, teaching of the New Testament Greek

- 2016–2018: Grammar School Na Zatlance (Gymnázium na Zatlance), teaching of Latin for students of medicine, law and veterinary science

- since April 2014: Department of Comenius Studies and Early Modern Intellectual History, Institute of Philosophy, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, editorial work; since 2018: postdoctoral fellow

- 2013–2016: Paneuropean University, Faculty of Law, teaching of Latin for lawyers

- since 2006: Christian Grammar School in Hostivař (Křesťanské gymnázium), teaching of Latin

Research grants

- 2019–2022: Member of the research team of the LINDAT / CLARIAH-CZ project (sub-project MEMORI, Comenius online) supported by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic, headed by the Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics, Charles University (MFF UK); editing the Comenius Catalogue in the online database Early Modern Letters Online

- since 2019: GA ČR, GA ČR: Europa humanistica II., Čeští a moravští editoři a překladatelé a antická tradice, [Bohemian and Moravian Editors and Interpreters and the Ancient Tradition]; team member; editorial activities of Johannes Honorius Cubitensis

- since 2016: An international Project The Hellenizing Muse; team member; Humanist Greek poetry in Bohemia

- 2016–2018: GA ČR – Podoby humanismu v Českých zemích (1469–622), [Forms of Humanism in Literature of the Bohemian Lands (1469–1622)]; team member; poetry composed in Humanist Greek; poetry composed in Latin

- 2014–2018: GA ČR, Between Renaissance and Baroque: Philosophy and Knowledge in the Czech Lands within the Wider European Context; team member; editor of Comenius's Latin correspondence

- one–year grant GA UK 2013, Pseudo-Plútarchos, O hudbě (Pseudo-Plutarch, On Music)

Conferences and workshops

- Disticha culta lege: Some Remarks on the Edition of Martial's Xenia et Apophoreta by Johannes Honorius Cubitensis. International conference Influence et réception du poète Martial, de sa mort à nos jours, 24–25 October 2019, Université Paris-Nanterre

- Autorem enarrare Pelasgum: Some Parallels between Matthaeus Collinus's Specimen studii ac laborum (1557) and Joachim Camerarius's Commentarius explicationis primi libri Iliados (1538). International conference Universitätsprofessoren in (Mittel-) Europa vom Spätmittelalter bis zur Frühen Neuzeit (15.–18. Jahrhundert); University Professors in (Central) Europe from the Late Middle Ages to the Early Modern Period (15th–18the Century), 10–11 June 2019

- Greek Poetry in the Czech Lands. International workshop The Hellenizing Muse in Venice, 30–31 August 2018

- Humanist Greek Poetry in the Bohemian Lands. International conference Humanist Greek (HUG) – Perspectives for a New Field of Studies, Helsinki, 23–25 August 2018

- Discussing a Critical Edition of Johann Amos Comenius's Correspondence: Genres, Styles, and Languages. 17th International Congress of the International Association for Neo-Latin Studies (IANLS) in Albacete, Spain, 29 July–3 August 2018

- COST-Action IS 1310 Training School 'EMLO on the road', Tallinn (how to work with the database), 13–16 March 2018

- Recte enim a Nasone tuo scriptum est: P. Ovidius v díle Erasma Rotterdamského. [Recte enim a Nasone tuo scriptum est: P. Ovidius in the work of Erasmus.]. Contribution to the Conference: Roma aurea MMXVII: Ovidiovské kontexty a inspirace: Kolokvium k 2000. výročí úmrtí P. Ovidia Nasona, Prague, 30 November – 2 December 2017, FF UK

- Vir non vulgari eloquentia: Joachim Hübner's Elegance of Expression. Contribution to the International Workshop Rhetoric and Genres of Learned Communication in Early Modern Central Europe: From Humanist Correspondence to Scholarly Journal, Prague, 19–20 October 2017, Department of Comenius Studies and Early Moderly Intellectual History, Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences.

Memberships in international scientific associations

- since 2016: International Association of Neo-Latin Studies (IANLS)

Teaching

- since 2019: Hussite Theological Faculty, Charles University, Prague; teaching of the New Testament Greek

- 2016–2018: Grammar School Na Zatlance (Gymnázium na Zatlance), teaching of Latin for students of medicine, law and veterinary science

- 2013–2016: Paneuropean University, Faculty of Law, teaching of Latin for lawyers

- since 2006: Christian Grammar School in Hostivař (Křesťanské gymnázium), teaching of Latin

Bibliography

Monographs

- Rottedamský, E. Užitečná rozprava o vedení války s Turky s výkladem Žalmu. [A Useful Discussion on the Turkish War Including an Explanation of Psalm 28.]. Introduction, Translation, Annotations. Prague: Academia, 2018. ISBN 978-80-200-2780-1.

- Pseudo–Plútarchos. O hudbě. Úvod, překlad a komentář. [Pseudo-Plutarch. On Music. Introduction, Translation, Commentary.]. Praha: OIKOYMENH, 2015. ISBN 978-80-7298-505-0.

Articles

- Recte enim a Nasone tuo scriptum est: P. Ovidius v díle Erasma Rotterdamského. [Ovid in the Work of Erasmus.]. Auriga, 61 (2019), 1, p. 111–131, ISSN 1211-3379.

- Komenského myšlenky o hudbě. [Comenius's thoughts on music.]. In Řezníková, L. – Urbánek, V. (eds.). Ex definitione: Pansofické pojmy J. A. Komenského a jejich dobové kontexty: Studie Martinu Steinerovi. Praha: Filosofia, 2017, p. 211–232. [Studie a prameny k dějinám myšlení v českých zemích; 16.]. ISBN 978-80-7007-504-3.

- Principy starořecké hudební teorie a praxe. [The Principles of Ancient Greek Music Theory and Practice.]. In Pseudo-Plútarchos. O hudbě. Praha: OIKOYMENH, 2015, p. 73–85. ISBN 978-80-7298-505-0.

- Postava pěvce v řecké mytologii. [A Poet in Greek Mythology.]. In Visuque et auditu iuxta venerabilis adrogantiam effugerat: Sborník k 80. narozeninám prof. Bohumily Mouchové. Praha, 2013, p. 153–155.

Editions

- J. A. Comenii Opera omnia / Dílo J. A. Komenského 26/I: Korespondence. Část I, 1628–1638 / Epistulae. Pars I, 1628–1638. [Complete Work of Johann Amos Comenius. Vol. 26/I. Correspondence.]. Martin Steiner, Tomáš Havelka, Vladimír Urbánek, Václav Bok, Markéta Klosová, Marcela Slavíková, Lucie Storchová, Kateřina Šolcová (eds.). Praha: Academia, 2018. ISBN 978-80-200-2991-1. (participation on the edition of Latin letters).

- An Utrecht link: On the unknown correspondence between Jan Amos Comenius and Johannes van Almeloveen. (with Iva Lelková); a Latin edition and translation of the letters. Acta Comeniana, 31 (2017), p. 63–92.

Reviews

- (review). Blahoslav, Jan. Musica. Eds. P. Daněk – J. K. Kroupa; Petr Daněk, Blahoslavova Musica (1569): nejstarší kompletně dochovaná učebnice hudební teorie v českém jazyce. Praha, 2016. ISBN 978-80-87773-37-6. Acta Comeniana, 30 (2016), p. 215–216.

- (review). Barker, A. Ancient Greek Writers on their Musical Past: Studies in Greek Musical Historiography. Pisa – Roma: Fabrizio Serra (Syncrisis, 1) 2014. ISBN 978-88-6227-689-4. Listy filologické, 89 (2016), 3–4, p. 485–487.

- (review). Nejeschleba, T. – Makovský, J. (eds.). Erasmovo dílo v minulosti a současnosti evropského myšlení [The Work of Erasmus in European Thought, Yesterday and Toda], Brno: Centrum pro studium demokracie a kultury, 2012. ISBN 978-80-7325-301-1. Acta Comeniana, 27 (2013), p. 201–203. ISBN 978-80-7007-433-6. ISSN 0231-5955.

- (review:). Apofthegmata – výroky a příběhy pouštních otců. Svazek I, II. Z řeckého a latinského originálu přeložil a komentářem opatřil Jiří Pavlík. Praha: Benediktinské arciopatství sv. Vojtěcha a sv. Markéty, 2000, 2005. Auriga ZJKF, 50 (2008), p. 132–133.

- (review). Černý, M. K. Hudba antických kultur. 2. vyd. Praha: Academia, 2006. Hudební věda, 44 (2007), p. 361–363.

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