ETMA130 Sondy z etnologických výzkumů I

Filozofická fakulta
podzim 2019
0/2/0. 4 kr. Ukončení: zk.
PhDr. Roman Doušek, Ph.D. (cvičící), doc. PhDr. Martina Pavlicová, CSc. (zástupce)
doc. PhDr. Daniel Drápala, Ph.D. (cvičící)
prof. PhDr. Alena Křížová, Ph.D. (cvičící)
doc. PhDr. Martina Pavlicová, CSc. (cvičící)
doc. PhDr. Miroslav Válka, Ph.D. (cvičící)
Alessandro Testa, Ph.D. (přednášející)
Dr. Alessandro Testa (přednášející)
doc. PhDr. Martina Pavlicová, CSc.
Ústav evropské etnologie - Filozofická fakulta
Kontaktní osoba: Martina Maradová
Dodavatelské pracoviště: Ústav evropské etnologie - Filozofická fakulta
Čt 19. 9. 14:00–17:40 J31, Čt 3. 10. 14:00–17:40 J31, Čt 10. 10. 14:00–17:40 J31, Čt 17. 10. 14:00–17:40 J31, Čt 14. 11. 14:00–17:40 J31, Čt 21. 11. 14:00–17:40 J31, Čt 5. 12. 14:00–17:40 J31
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Cíle předmětu
This course offers an historical-anthropological overview of the most famous, widespread, and persistent European festival: Carnival, and its national, regional, and local variations (such as Masopust, for example).
The chosen epistemological angle will be a composite one, merging ethnographic, anthropological, and historical theories and methods. In fact, the interpretive tools presented, explained, and used during the course will be borrowed from a variety of disciplines, such as anthropology, ethnology, folkloristics, social and cultural history, and cultural studies.
The course will focus on a defined set of main themes and topics, which will be explored relying substantially on historical and ethnographic case studies, among which are the lecturer’s own investigations as well as numerous other example taken from secondary sources. Among such themes and topics: the history of Carnival; the “Carnivalesque” genre and imaginary; Carnival and the body; Carnival and religion; the politics of Carnival; Carnival and gender/sexual issues.
Upon completion of the course, the learner will be able to identify, interpret, and explain the historical development as well as the present significance of these important socio-cultural manifestations. Moreover, the learner shall be able to use the acquired critical skills not only to understand these specific ritual and festive forms, but also the contexts in which they occur, hence improving his/her understanding of the history and cultural life of European societies more in general.
Výstupy z učení
At the end of this course the student should focus on selected thematic probes from the study of material and non-material culture of European space, should be able to distinguish the historical and social classification of selected cultural expressions, identify methods for their identification and research, analyze and interpret collected socio-cultural material.
  • Definition of the topic studied.
  • Historiographical overview of previous research.
  • Characteristics of field research and its results.
  • Analysis of collected material.
  • Interpretation of achieved results.
Výukové metody
The teaching methods will alternate between frontal instruction, active and participative learning, and student-centered exercises. While most of the teaching will be delivered directly by the teacher, the students will be asked to actively participate in the teaching and learning processes. They will be encouraged to ask questions and contribute during the lessons and will also be given the opportunity to express their opinions voluntarily about the readings that will be handed out and read in itinere. Single students or small groups of students (2 to 3 people) will also be asked to present and discuss an chosen from the course literature or engage in other types of activities, which will be chosen/formulated and administered by the teacher after the beginning of the course, on the base of the composition, background, interests/preferences, capacities, and motivation of the class. Nevertheless, the main learning methods will be attendance and participation in classes and individual study.
Metody hodnocení
The assessment will be based on a 100-points evaluation scheme, so subdivided:
Attendance: 10 points (max)
Participation in the classroom and in the individual or group activities: 20 points (max).
Final oral exam: 70 points (max).
The final exam will be undertaken through an oral exchange with the teacher. The exam will be held by means of questions/answers and a discussion about the course and literature contents. Its purpose will be to ascertain the students’ command and level of assimilation of the literature and course contents, the capacity of exposing the arguments in an appropriate manner, the ability of elaborating personal opinions and showing critical thinking about the course topics, and the formal quality of the expositions.
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