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PhDr. Kateřina Králová, Ph.D.

Kateřina Králová is an Assistant Professor in Contemporary History and the Vice-Dean for International Relations (2010-2015) at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague. In her research she focuses on reconciliation with the Nazi past, post-conflict societies, memory and oral history as regards the Holocaust, Greek Civil War and post-war reconstruction, particularly in Greece. She completed her Master’s Degree studies in Marburg, Germany (2002) and her Ph.D. in Prague (2010) with a thesis on Greek-German relations published in 2012 in Czech Republic and in Greece. A German translation is in progress. During her academic career she has obtained several prestigious scholarships including the IKY at the UOM (Greece), the DAAD at the Heinrich Heine University (Germany), the Fulbright Fellowship at Yale University (USA) and the USHMM Fellowship for 2015. She has widely published on the topics of her research in Czech, Greek, German and English.

 

 

Selective List of Publications:

  • Králová, Kateřina - Tsivos, Konstantinos: Stegnosan ta dakrya mas. Ellines prosfyges stin Tsechoslovakia. [Our tears dried up: Greek refugees in Czechoslovakia]. Athina: Alexandria, 2015, 384 p.
  • Králová, Kateřina - Karasová, Nikola: “Reparationsforderungen: Umfang, Rechtsfragen, politische Rahmenbedingungen”. In: Klemm, Ulf-Dieter Klemm - Schultheiß, Wolfgang (Hg.): Die Krise in Griechenland. Ursprünge, Verlauf, Folgen. Berlin: Campus Verlag, 2015, pp. 299-325.
  • Králová, Kateřina: “Ellines sti sosialistiki Jougoslavia: Mionotita pou exafanistike?” [Greeks in Socialist Yugoslavia: Minority which Disappeared?]. In: Neograeca Bohemica 13/2013, pp. 17-42.
  • Sti skia tis Katochis: Oi ellinogermanikes scheseis tin periodo 1941-2010 [In the Shadow of Occupation: Greek-German Relations, 1941-2010]. Athina: Alexandria, 2013.
  • Vyschly nám slzy... Řečtí uprchlíci v Československu [We Have No Tears Left to Cry... Greek Refugees in Czechoslovakia] (with Tsivos, Kostas et al.). Praha: Dokořán, 2012.
  • "´Všichni do války! Vše pro vítězství!´ Občanská válka a počátky řecké emigrace" [„Everybody into War! Everything for the Victory!“ Civil War and the Begining of Greek Emigration] (with Tsivos, Kostas). In: We Have No Tears Left to Cry...Praha: Dokořán, 2012
  • "´Oni byli takoví fanatici, protože tomu dali srdce.´ Řecká politika a KKE" ["´They were such fanatics because they put their hearts into it.´ Greek Politics and KKE"]. In: We Have No Tears Left to Cry...Praha: Dokořán, 2012
  • Nesplacená minulost. Řecko německé vztahy ve stínu nacismu [Unsettled Past. Greek-German Relationsin the Shadow of Nazi Occupation]. Praha: Karolinum, 2012
  • "Řecko“ [Greece]. In: Karel Svoboda et al, Energie spojující či rozdělující? Perspektivy rozvoje energetiky zemí Střední a Východní Evropy [Connected or divided by energy? Perspectives of development of energetics in countries of Central and Eastern Europe]. Sokolov: Flavia Viera, 2011
  • "Reflexe případu Merten prostřednictvím řeckých uprchlíků v Československu" [Reflection of Merten’s Case among Greek Refugees in Czechoslovakia]. Studia Territorialia: Acta Universitatis Carolinae–Suplementum I, 1/2010
  • "Role tzv. “cizího faktoru”. Řecká krize v historickém kontextu mezinárodní politiky” [„Role of “Foreign Factor”. Greek Crisis in Historical Context of Foreign Policy”].
  • Mezinárodní politika 9/2011"Mezinárodní workshop Šedesát let poté... Pamětníci řecké občanské války vzpomínají v interview studentů Univerzity Karlovy” [„International Workshop Sixty Years After...Greek Civil War Memories in theinterviews”]. Slovanský přehled 1-2/2011