Please be aware the selection procedure for student mobility within the Freemover programme will be open on 7 October (in Stag). Students will find more informations HERE. The submission deadline for all applications is 11 November 2022.
Let´s celebrate Sukkot together.
October 10, 2022 in Botanical garden and osarium Palacký university Olomouc | Adress: U botanické Zahrady 920.
We will start to build the Sukkah at 3 PM. Interested colleagues please contact Vilém Škuta or Václav Chalupný.
All are welcome!
The CJS team
Again this year, CJS participated in the Night of Scientists program. Come and experience Judaism in ALL SENSES on Friday, September 30 at 6 - 10 p.m.Again this year, CJS participated in the Night of Scientists program. Come and experience Judaism in ALL SENSES on Friday, September 30 at 6 - 10 p.m.
A two-day excursion following the traces of the Jewish past in the West Bohemian metropolis of Pilsenon for our first year students Dvoudenní exkurze po stopách židovské minulosti v západočeské metropoli v Plzni.
The Kurt and Ursula Schubert Center for Jewish Studies in cooperation with the Department of Geoinformatics (Faculty of Science, Palacký university Olomouc) and the Education Department of the Olomouc Museum of Art has just published a joint project IGA_FF_2021_026, specialized map with professional content "Development of the Jewish settlement in Olomouc: Geographical and socio-economic structure of the Jewish population in the period 1180–2021" in printed and digital versions.
The map provides an analysis of intraurban migration of the Jewish civilian population based on the political and socio-economic development of the Jewish community in Olomouc and its surroundings. Secondary maps present the results of the analysis of interurban migration, graph visualization of the analysis of statistical data, socio-economic structure and national / linguistic and cultural stratification of the Jewish population of Olomouc. A detailed accompanying report is included. The map is a unique source of information for the scientific activities of research and collection organizations (research institutes, museums, etc.), educational facilities (high schools and universities), for the Jewish community and the general public.
You can view the map in the digital version here.