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Johannis Amos Comenii Opera Omnia / Dílo Jana Amose Komenského. Sv. 26/II.

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

Research Fields of Interest:
- early modern correspondence
- early modern Bohemian poetry composed in Latin and Greek
- multilingualism of early modern literature, code-switching from Latin to Humanist Greek and to vernaculars
- editing early modern texts (manuscripts and early modern prints including incunabula)

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PhDr. Martin Steiner

Work Position: Senior researcher and Deputy Head of the Department of Comenius Studies and Early Modern Intellectual History. Editor of Latin Works in Critical Edition J. A. Comenii Opera omnia.

Research Fields of Interest:
- editorial work, critical edition of Comenius' works, study of language and style of Comenius' latin works
- participation in research on Comenius' life and work abroad (Poland, Russia, Germany), participation in conferences and workshops home and abroad
- He published two new discoveries about Comenius' life and work.

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doc. PhDr. Lucie Storchová, Ph.D., DSc.

Work position: Senior researcher and Editor of the Acta Comeniana

Research fields of interest:
- Renaissance humanism in Central Europe (scholarly communication, literary fields, patronage, historiography)
- Intellectual history of early modern Central Europe
- Social and cultural anthropology (social network analysis, cultural transfer analysis, discourse analysis, gender analysis)

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PhDr. Vladimír Urbánek, Ph.D.

deputy head

Work position: Senior researcher

Research Fields of Interest:
- 17th-century intellectual history
- learned communication in early modern Europe
- republic of letter
- digital correspondence databases
- intellectual world of the post-White-Mountain exiles
- eschatological and millenarian thought
- J. A. Comenius, his life and work

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