Research and Academics
Research and Academics
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General inforamation

The Department of North American Studies in not only an institution of higher learning but also a place of serious academic research. The members of the Department conduct research in number of topics concerning the region of North America including foreign policy, social and cultural issues, history etc. More information may be found in the full research profile of the department.


The members of our Department regularly contribute to the academic journal called Studia Territorialia published by Institute of International Area Studies. Research activities in the Faculty level are supervised by the department of research of the Faculty of Social Sciences.


Publications

The Department of North American Studies has contributed to creation of many interesting academic publications. A complete list of these publication may be found here. The most recent publications success of Department members is the book The United States as a Divided Nation published by Peter Lang publisher.


The research at the Department is also carried out doctoral students who currently work on the following topics:

Steven Christensen: "Progressive Pragmatism and Offshore Balancing: Explaining Barack Obama’s Foreign Policy“,

Jan Hornát: "Promoting and assisting democracy abroad: the approaches of the US and EU compared“,

Maxim Kucer: "Case study of populist movements in American history to 70 years, respectively their impact on the domestic political scene in the U.S.“

Jaroslav Zukerstein: "Legitimizing the Illegitimate: The U.S. Strategic Partnership with Authoritarian Regimes; Iran in the U.S. Political Discourse, 1977-1979“,

Pavla Voborníková: "Residential Segregation of African-Americans",

Jiří Pondělíček: "Civil Defense in the U.S. 1945-56",

Tereza Krauzová: "Neither Security Is Free: Redefining Liberty in Times of Crisis",

Jakub El-Ahmadieh: "The Foreign Policy of the United States in the Middle East under Extraordinary Circumstances: Barack Obama´s Aspirations and Restraints",

Kristýna Divišová: "New Racism of Political Elites in the USA".


Even MA students contribute to the research at the Department. In this list you can find excellent MA thesis of recent graduates.






Research and Academics

General inforamation

The Department of North American Studies in not only an institution of higher learning but also a place of serious academic research. The members of the Department conduct research in number of topics concerning the region of North America including foreign policy, social and cultural issues, history etc. More information may be found in the full research profile of the department.


The members of our Department regularly contribute to the academic journal called Studia Territorialia published by Institute of International Area Studies. Research activities in the Faculty level are supervised by the department of research of the Faculty of Social Sciences.


Publications

The Department of North American Studies has contributed to creation of many interesting academic publications. A complete list of these publication may be found here. The most recent publications success of Department members is the book The United States as a Divided Nation published by Peter Lang publisher.


The research at the Department is also carried out doctoral students who currently work on the following topics:

Steven Christensen: "Progressive Pragmatism and Offshore Balancing: Explaining Barack Obama’s Foreign Policy“,

Jan Hornát: "Promoting and assisting democracy abroad: the approaches of the US and EU compared“,

Maxim Kucer: "Case study of populist movements in American history to 70 years, respectively their impact on the domestic political scene in the U.S.“

Jaroslav Zukerstein: "Legitimizing the Illegitimate: The U.S. Strategic Partnership with Authoritarian Regimes; Iran in the U.S. Political Discourse, 1977-1979“,

Pavla Voborníková: "Residential Segregation of African-Americans",

Jiří Pondělíček: "Civil Defense in the U.S. 1945-56",

Tereza Krauzová: "Neither Security Is Free: Redefining Liberty in Times of Crisis",

Jakub El-Ahmadieh: "The Foreign Policy of the United States in the Middle East under Extraordinary Circumstances: Barack Obama´s Aspirations and Restraints",

Kristýna Divišová: "New Racism of Political Elites in the USA".


Even MA students contribute to the research at the Department. In this list you can find excellent MA thesis of recent graduates.