List of Interns

List of Interns at CEFRES 2014/2015
List of Interns at CEFRES 2015/2016

List of Interns at CEFRES 2016/2017

Clara Zgoła

PhD candidate in Art, Language and Cultural Studies – School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences/University of Warsaw
Research field: cultural, urban and literary studies, history of art, cultural history, anthropology
Dissertation title: “Literary Explorations of the City: Parisian Identities of Contemporary Novelists”
Period of internship: July 2017
Research internship

Eva Krejčová

Master Political Theory, Faculty of Arts, Charles University / Master Comparative Politics, Sciences-Po Paris
Fields of research: political parties, elections, electoral systems
Period of internship: June 2017
Administrative internship

Kévin Leuret

Master in Culture and Society 16th-21st century, Faculty of human sciences, University of Bourgogne
Research field: French-Czech relations of the 19th century until today
Subject of master thesis: The Alliance française, a Mediator of French Culture in Czech and Slovak Territories, 1886-1938
Period of internship: May 2017
Research internship

Renata Jardin Kocourek

PhD student in social psychology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University
Research field: social representation of motherhood in European context
Period of internship: May 2017
Research and administrative internship

 

Alžběta Stančáková

Master in Comparative literature, Faculty of Arts, Charles University
Research field: poetry (Romanian avant-garde in France), Prague architecture
Period of internship: May–June 2017
Administrative internship

Carole Benoit

Master Information-Communication speciality esDOC (Documentation, Library, Monitoring) – University of Poitiers
Research fields : digital humanities, research data processing, technical and scientific information, global cooperation
Period of internship: April-June 2017
Administrative internship

Aurore Lafforest

Master in Public Administration – Lyon 2 Lumière University – France
Research field: Transnational Cooperation and science diplomacy
Subject of master thesis: Central Europe : the influence of science diplomacy and transnational cooperation in the process of European integration
Period of internship: March—June 2017
Research internship

Markéta Jirkovská

MA Interpreting: English-Czech, French-Czech, Institute of Translation Studies, Faculty of Arts, Charles University
Research field: translation, interpreting, intercultural communication
Period of internship: March—April 2017
Administrative internship


Marie Šindelářová

Master Translation and Interpretation – Charles University
Research field: translation Czech-French
Period of Internship: February—April 2017
Administrative internship (translation)

 

 

Kateřina Vorlická

Master Interpreting: French and Czech, English and Czech; Faculty of Arts, Charles University
Research fields: interpreting in intercultural communication
Period of Internship: February—April 2017
Administrative internship
(interpreting)

 

Cécile Poulot

PhD student in German Studies – University of Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle
Research field
: German and European cultural history, history of art and architecture
Thesis topic:  “Adolf Loos: a Viennese Architect with a Connected Career in Interwar Europe”
Period of internship: February—March 2017
Research internship

Elisa Chazal

UntitledMaster History Civilization Patrimony – University Jean Monnet of Saint-Etienne / Bachelor of History – University Jean Monnet of Saint-Etienne
Field of research:patrimonialisation, history, local memory
Subject of master thesis: Patrimonialisation of buildings of the world exhibition of Prague in 1891
Period of internship: November—January 2016/2017
Administrative internship

Margot Creach

Masteimm017_7r Tema EHESS/ FF UK/ELTE
Bachelor in History at the University Pierre Mendès-France in Grenoble
Fields of research: heritage, patrimonilaisation, Jewish community
Master’s thesis topic: Heritage as Expression of Jewish History: Walking Tours in Le Marais
Internship Period: October—November 2016
Administrative internship

Nicolas Ausello

Master’s degree in Territorial Management of Sustainable Development at Bordeaux Montaigne University / Bachelor of geography – Governance at Lumière Lyon 2 University.
Fields of research: Urban and environmental policies. European politics on a local scale, cartography and GIS. Environment.
Master’s thesis topic: The Uncertainty of Public Spatial Data : their Valuation by the Private Sector for the Land Sector.
Internship period: October—December 2016

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