Number of results: 14

Results of 4 selected fields/plans of study
Faculty
Faculty of Arts
Field of Study/plan
FF - Slavonic Studies: Polish Studies FF - Slavonic Studies: Slavistics FF - Slavonic Studies: South Slavonic and Balkan Studies FF - Slavonic Studies: Ukrainian Studies
include only defended theses

Antlová, Kristýna

(the defence was successful)

Master's degree programme (following the bachelor's one), Faculty of Arts, 2022

Programme: Slavonic Studies
Study plan: South Slavonic and Balkan Studies
Master's thesis: Biblical phraseology in tabloid headlines (based on Czech, Russian and Croatian language material)

Celyčová, Pavlyna

(the defence was successful)

Master's degree programme (following the bachelor's one), Faculty of Arts, 2023

Programme: Slavonic Studies
Study plan: Ukrainian Studies
Master's thesis: The system of migration policy of the Czech Republic and the issue of translation into UKRAINIAN of the relevant terminology / on the material of the website of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Czech Republic /.

Haladová, Dagmar

(the defence was successful)

Master's degree programme (following the bachelor's one), Faculty of Arts, 2024

Programme: Slavonic Studies
Study plan: Polish Studies
Master's thesis: Dziady, transformations and grasp of the literary subject in the context of three theatrical adaptations across the 21st century

Horváthová, Ľudmila

(the defence was successful)

Master's degree programme (following the bachelor's one), Faculty of Arts, 2022

Programme: Slavonic Studies
Study plan: Polish Studies
Master's thesis: An Image of Goral in Selected Literary Works of Stanisław Witkiewicz, Kazimierz Przerwa-Tetmajer and Władysława Panek

Cherevyk, Olha

(the defence was successful)

Master's degree programme (following the bachelor's one), Faculty of Arts, 2024

Programme: Slavonic Studies
Study plan: Ukrainian Studies
Master's thesis: Ukrainian as a foreign language online course development methodology

Kaleta, Jakub

(the defence was successful)

Master's degree programme (following the bachelor's one), Faculty of Arts, 2022

Programme: Slavonic Studies
Study plan: Polish Studies
Master's thesis: Children's and youth literature. How to arouse reading interests in primary and lower secondary school students

Kozielová, Sylvie

(the defence was successful)

Master's degree programme (following the bachelor's one), Faculty of Arts, 2023

Programme: Slavonic Studies
Study plan: South Slavonic and Balkan Studies
Master's thesis: Orientalisms in novel Impure Blood and their reflection in the Czech and Polish translation

Kravec, Vladyslav

(the defence was successful)

Master's degree programme (following the bachelor's one), Faculty of Arts, 2021

Programme: Slavonic Studies
Study plan: Ukrainian Studies
Master's thesis: An Image of Ukraine on Pages of the Slavonic Overview Magazine in 1925-1939

Petrošová, Kateřina

(the defence was successful)

Master's degree programme (following the bachelor's one), Faculty of Arts, 2021

Programme: Slavonic Studies
Study plan: Polish Studies
Master's thesis: Zbigniew Herbert and Przemysław Gintrowski as moral leaders in times of crisis

Pilát, Michal

(the defence was successful)

Master's degree programme (following the bachelor's one), Faculty of Arts, 2022

Programme: Slavonic Studies
Study plan: Polish Studies
Master's thesis: Selected Events from the period of the Polish People's Republic in Contemporary Polish Cinema

Staszczak, Adam

(the defence was successful)

Master's degree programme (following the bachelor's one), Faculty of Arts, 2022

Programme: Slavonic Studies
Study plan: Polish Studies
Master's thesis: Comparative analysis of Czech and Polish translation of selected dialogues from the TV series The Big Bang Theory

Ševčíková, Žaneta

(the defence was successful)

Master's degree programme (following the bachelor's one), Faculty of Arts, 2024

Programme: Slavonic Studies
Study plan: Polish Studies
Master's thesis: Polish and Czech illustrations in children's literature of the 1960s and 1970s

Šímová, Barbora

(awarded the degree Mgr.)

Master's degree programme (following the bachelor's one), Faculty of Arts, 2022

Programme: Slavonic Studies
Study plan: South Slavonic and Balkan Studies
Master's thesis: The Golden Sixties in Czech-Slovak film and their reception in Yugoslavia (The Shop on Main Street and Closely Watched Trains)

Vobrubová, Miloslava

(the defence was successful)

Master's degree programme (following the bachelor's one), Faculty of Arts, 2023

Programme: Slavonic Studies
Study plan: South Slavonic and Balkan Studies
Master's thesis: The Pontic Greeks – an authentic depiction of life destinies of several generations in the first half of the 20th century