Contact

Zuzana Bergrová

+420 553 684 479

zuzana.bergrova(at)fpf.slu.cz

Masarykova třída 343/37
746 01, Opava
Czech Republic

Web (in czech language): https://www.slu.cz/fpf/cz/uhvoustavu

Head of the Institute

Doc. Mgr. Martin Pelc, Ph.D.

Personal web (in czech): http://uhv.fpf.slu.cz/osobni/mgr-martin-pelc-ph-d/

Assistant Head

Mgr. Ilona Matejko-Peterka, Ph.D.

Personal web (in czech): http://uhv.fpf.slu.cz/osobni/mgr-ilona-matejko-peterka-ph-d/

Instite Secretary

Mgr. David Radek, Ph.D.

Personal web (in czech): http://uhv.fpf.slu.cz/osobni/mgr-david-radek-ph-d/

Head of the Department of History

Mgr. Igor Zmeták, Ph.D.

Personal web (in czech): http://uhv.fpf.slu.cz/osobni/mgr-igor-zmetak-phd/

Head of the Department of Monument Preservation and Museology

PhDr. Marian Hochel, Ph.D.

Personal web (in czech): http://uhv.fpf.slu.cz/osobni/phdr-marian-hochel-ph-d/

About the Institute

The Institute of Historical Sciences consists of two parts: the Department of History and the Department of Monument Preservation and Museology.

Studies

The institute offers the Bachelor‘s degree of History-Museology and the Master‘s degree of History- Museology, the Master‘s degree of History (for specialists and for teachers). Furthermore, it provides two specific study Bachelor´s degree courses of Cultural History and History – Monument Preservation. The Doctor‘s degree of History with Focus on the Czech and Czechoslovak History (in the combined and full-time form) has been accredited and realised.

The study of Museology is unique in the Czech Republic (it is realised on a smaller scale at the Masaryk University in Brno). The study of history at the FPS fulfils the common standard requirements for these subjects, but the possibility also exists of specialising in a subject corresponding to the lecturers‘ field and to the facilities base for scholarly research.

Research

There has been an intensive co-operation between the institute and the universities and the institutions in Würzburg, Marburg, Vienna, Wroclaw, Opole, Krakow. The institute has a stable place in international and national scholarly work. Its main focus is the study of Silesia within the framework of Europe from ancient times to the present. This study is carried out by means of international co-operation and confrontation. More than 10 department and other grants have been realised within the Grant Agency of the Czech Republic.

Research Centers