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Tomáš studied European Studies at the Charles University and at Hamburger Universität für Wirtschaft und Politik and he obtained PhD at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University. Previously he worked as intern at the EU Institute for Security Studies and as a research fellow at the Institute for International Relations and EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy.


In his lecture and research activities, Tomáš focuses on foreign and security policy of the EU and of its member states, as well as on trans-Atlantic relations. He participated in a number of international and national research projects, such as TRANSWORLD (FP7). He has been the principle investigator in two projects funded by teh Czech Science Foundation in 2012-2014 and since 2017.



Jean Monnet Chair Ad Personam

Vice-Rector of the University for European Affairs

Deputy Director of the Institute of International Studies

Director of West European Studies


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Founder of the Department of European Studies (previously known as Dept. of West European Studies). In 1991-1995, Lenka was a Visiting Professor at Bishop´s and Calgary Universities in Canada. In 2002, she participated as substitute at the Convention on the Future of Europe. In 2004, she was awarded the title Chevaliere de l´Ordre national du Merite by the French President. She has been member of the Scientific Council of the Charles University since 2009 and she was active in the Czech governmental commission for the evaluation of science and research.


In her research, Lenka focuses on European integration, constitutionalization process, enlargement and EU institutional reform, as well as on the British political system. She is the author of many publications on European integration, and recently she co-authored a book on History of Canada (Dějiny Kanady, 2012).



Jean Monnet Chair in European Law

Director of European Studies


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Research interest: European and international law.



Vice-Dean for International Relations


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Zuzana studied West European Studies at the Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, where she also obtained her PhD in Area Studies. She studied at several foreign universities - Cambridge (1999), University of Edinburgh (2000), University of Glasgow (2000/2001) and LSE (2004). In 2004, she worked as an intern at the British Parliament and 5 years later at EUROPAEUM (Oxford).


Zuzana has lectured at the Faculty of Social Sciences since 2005. She was the President of the Academic Senate of the Faculty in 2012-2014. She used to work as a research fellow at the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy. In her teaching and research, she focuses on politics and history of the United Kingdom (mainly of the Celtic Ring), history and institutions of the EU, regionalism and state-less nations´ nationalism in Europe. She has participated in various national and international research projects, including those focusing on study innovation.



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Lucia studied Political Theory at the Department of European Studies, Comenius University in Bratislava (Slovakia), where she also obtained a Ph.D. In the past, she was awarded Open Society Institute scholarship at the University of Arkansas, and worked as a researcher at the University of Oslo. She was also Editor-in-Chief of Zahraničná politika (Foreign Policy, Slovakia) and analyst at SFPA (Slovakia). Currently, she is Editor-in-Chief of V4 Revue.


Lucia focuses on EU relations with states in its South-Eastern neighborhood, main focus is Turkey. She also studies conceptualization of the West, the East and of Europe in international relations.




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Ondřej studied West European Studies at the Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University. He did part of his Ph.D. studies in Modern History and Religion Sociology at ENS and EHESS in Paris; he defended his dissertation at Geneva University in 2012.


Ondřej focuses on modern political history of France and social history of religion in Central Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries. He lectures on modern history of Western Europe and leads seminars on methodology of social sciences.




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Research interest: France and French foreign policy, area studies with focus on Western Europe, cultural policy and cultural diplomacy, public diplomacy, European integration.




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Jan studied West European Studies at the Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, where he also defended his PhD in 2016. During his studies, he spent a semester at the University of Bath.


Jan focuses on British foreign policy in particular, but he also teaches on EU foreign policy developments, modern history of Western Europe or European colonialism.



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Paul graduated in history at Sorbonne and cultural geography at EHESS Paris, where he obtained a PhD in 2010.


Paul's research focuses on geography of borders, geography of memory and geography of knowledges, particularly in Central and Eastern Europe.



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Mitchell holds a PhD in area studies from Charles University, a master's degree in religious studies from University of Chicago, and a bachelor's degree in political science from Williams College where he also earned a concentration in environmental studies.


Mitchell teaches courses on political economy of the EU and Western Europe. His research focuses on the policy instruments for university-based research evaluation and funding, the governance and implementation of knowledge policies in higher education, and the European Research Area.








Department Members

Department members


Head of Department


Publications

Courses

Curriculum Vitae


Tomáš studied European Studies at the Charles University and at Hamburger Universität für Wirtschaft und Politik and he obtained PhD at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University. Previously he worked as intern at the EU Institute for Security Studies and as a research fellow at the Institute for International Relations and EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy.


In his lecture and research activities, Tomáš focuses on foreign and security policy of the EU and of its member states, as well as on trans-Atlantic relations. He participated in a number of international and national research projects, such as TRANSWORLD (FP7). He has been the principle investigator in two projects funded by teh Czech Science Foundation in 2012-2014 and since 2017.



Jean Monnet Chair Ad Personam

Vice-Rector of the University for European Affairs

Deputy Director of the Institute of International Studies

Director of West European Studies


Publications

Courses


Founder of the Department of European Studies (previously known as Dept. of West European Studies). In 1991-1995, Lenka was a Visiting Professor at Bishop´s and Calgary Universities in Canada. In 2002, she participated as substitute at the Convention on the Future of Europe. In 2004, she was awarded the title Chevaliere de l´Ordre national du Merite by the French President. She has been member of the Scientific Council of the Charles University since 2009 and she was active in the Czech governmental commission for the evaluation of science and research.


In her research, Lenka focuses on European integration, constitutionalization process, enlargement and EU institutional reform, as well as on the British political system. She is the author of many publications on European integration, and recently she co-authored a book on History of Canada (Dějiny Kanady, 2012).



Jean Monnet Chair in European Law

Director of European Studies


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Courses


Research interest: European and international law.



Vice-Dean for International Relations


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Courses


Zuzana studied West European Studies at the Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, where she also obtained her PhD in Area Studies. She studied at several foreign universities - Cambridge (1999), University of Edinburgh (2000), University of Glasgow (2000/2001) and LSE (2004). In 2004, she worked as an intern at the British Parliament and 5 years later at EUROPAEUM (Oxford).


Zuzana has lectured at the Faculty of Social Sciences since 2005. She was the President of the Academic Senate of the Faculty in 2012-2014. She used to work as a research fellow at the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy. In her teaching and research, she focuses on politics and history of the United Kingdom (mainly of the Celtic Ring), history and institutions of the EU, regionalism and state-less nations´ nationalism in Europe. She has participated in various national and international research projects, including those focusing on study innovation.



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Lucia studied Political Theory at the Department of European Studies, Comenius University in Bratislava (Slovakia), where she also obtained a Ph.D. In the past, she was awarded Open Society Institute scholarship at the University of Arkansas, and worked as a researcher at the University of Oslo. She was also Editor-in-Chief of Zahraničná politika (Foreign Policy, Slovakia) and analyst at SFPA (Slovakia). Currently, she is Editor-in-Chief of V4 Revue.


Lucia focuses on EU relations with states in its South-Eastern neighborhood, main focus is Turkey. She also studies conceptualization of the West, the East and of Europe in international relations.




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Courses


Ondřej studied West European Studies at the Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University. He did part of his Ph.D. studies in Modern History and Religion Sociology at ENS and EHESS in Paris; he defended his dissertation at Geneva University in 2012.


Ondřej focuses on modern political history of France and social history of religion in Central Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries. He lectures on modern history of Western Europe and leads seminars on methodology of social sciences.




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Courses


Research interest: France and French foreign policy, area studies with focus on Western Europe, cultural policy and cultural diplomacy, public diplomacy, European integration.




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Courses


Jan studied West European Studies at the Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, where he also defended his PhD in 2016. During his studies, he spent a semester at the University of Bath.


Jan focuses on British foreign policy in particular, but he also teaches on EU foreign policy developments, modern history of Western Europe or European colonialism.



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Courses

Curriculum Vitae


Paul graduated in history at Sorbonne and cultural geography at EHESS Paris, where he obtained a PhD in 2010.


Paul's research focuses on geography of borders, geography of memory and geography of knowledges, particularly in Central and Eastern Europe.



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Mitchell holds a PhD in area studies from Charles University, a master's degree in religious studies from University of Chicago, and a bachelor's degree in political science from Williams College where he also earned a concentration in environmental studies.


Mitchell teaches courses on political economy of the EU and Western Europe. His research focuses on the policy instruments for university-based research evaluation and funding, the governance and implementation of knowledge policies in higher education, and the European Research Area.