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Curriculum vitae

Person Identification
  • Mgr. Jana Valtrová, Ph.D., (born Rozehnalová), born on the 20th of July 1980 in Brno
Workplace
  • Department for the Study of Religions
    Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University in Brno
    Arna Nováka 1, 602 00 Brno
    email: jvaltrova@phil.muni.cz
Employment Position
  • Assistant professor
Education and Academic Qualifications
  • 2007: Ph.D. in Academic Study of Religions, doctoral thesis titled "Imaginig East in Medieval European Travel Accounts. Towards the Changes of European Attitude to 'the Others'"
  • 2003 - 2007: Doctoral studies of Religions at the Department for the Study of Religions, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University in Brno
  • 2003: Mgr., diploma thesis titled "The Image of Tibetan Buddhism in Czech Cultural Background"
  • 1998 - 2003: Study of History and Religions at the Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University in Brno
Employment Summary
  • Since May 2007: Assistant professor at the Department for the Study of Religions, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University
  • September 2006 - May 2007: lecturer at the Department for the Study of Religions, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University
Pedagogical Activities
  • Buddhism I, II
  • Buddhism in the West
  • Tibetan Buddhism in Western Interpretation
  • Introduction to the Study of Religions
  • Anabaptists
  • Christian Missions
  • Contemporary Christianity in India
  • Christians and the Others in the Middle Ages
  • Summer Programme in Religion
Scientific and Research Activities
  • 2021, "Obraz, text a zvuk v mezikulturní a mezináboženské komunikaci", číslo projektu: MUNI/A/1495/2020. Specific research project of MUNI. 2018, project "Preparation of the Course Buddhism and Western Culture". Fund of the Development of Masaryk University.
  • 2016, project "Martyrdom among Medieval Christian Missionaries in Asia", grant of the dean of the Faculty of Arts MU.
  • 2008-2010: grant "Image of Non-Christians in medieval European travel accounts about Asia", Grant Agency of the Czech Republic, no. 401/08/P347.
  • 2007: grant "Innovation of the course Buddhism II", Fund for the Development of University Education, the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic, grant no. 1693.
  • 2006: grant "Studies of intercultural contacts - Christian Missions in India", co-grantee: PhDr. Eleonóra Hamar, PhD., Fund for the Development of University Education, the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic, grant no. 608.
  • 2005: grant "The Image of the Orient in Czech medieval Literature", co-grantee: doc. PhDr. Dušan Lužný, Dr., Fund for the Development of University Education, the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic, grant no. 1440
  • 2002-2005: Participation on a project: "Orientalism and its influence on the conversion towards Asian religions: aculturation of Buddhism and Hinduism in the Czehc Republic", Grant Agency of the Czech Republic, grant no. 401/03/1553, 1st January 2002 - 31st December 2005, leader of the project: doc. PhDr. Dušan Lužný, Dr.
  • 2002: grant "Western imagination and Tibetan Buddhism", Fund for the Development of University Education, the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic, grant no. 675/2002, leader of the project: doc. PhDr. Luboš Bělka, Csc.
Internship and stays for the purpose of study or work
  • August 2006, summer school "Religiousness in a Changing World" (CEEPUS), Szeged, Hungary
  • May 2006, Institute for South Asian, Tibetan and Buddhist Studies, Vienna
  • August 2005, summer school "Religiousness in a Changing World" (CEEPUS), Szeged, Hungary.
  • March - June 2004, Institute for South Asian, Tibetan and Buddhist Studies, Vienna
  • 2016/05/03 – 2016/05/11: Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Kraków, POL
    • Jednalo se o pobyt v rámci programu CEEPUS, v jehož rámci jsem odučila intenzivní kurz v angličtině (20 hodin) s názvem: "Tibetan Buddhism in Western Perspectives".
University Activities
  • Cooperation on the organization of the 8th Conference of the European Association for the Study of Religions, "Time of Decline, Time of Hope: Scientific, Cultural and Political Engagement of the Study of Religions" 7.-11.9. 2008.
  • Organization of an international summer programme in religion (ERASMUS IP) within the framework "Religiousness in a Changing World", 19. 8. - 1. 9. 2007.
Other Lectures and Conferences
  • Lectures on universities abroad:
  • 18 March 2021, Collegio Borromeo, online lecture "Mendicant missions among the Mongols: Challenges, Obstacles and Results".
  • 6-10 May 2019, University of Szeged, Institute for Religious Studies, intenzivní kurz "Christian missions in Asia".
  • 13-18 May 2018, Universität Wien, Institut für Religionswissenschaft, intenzivní kurz "Buddhism and the West".
  • 12-16 June 2017, Universität Leipzig, Religionswissenschaftliches Institut, přednáška "Martyrdoms of Christian missionaries in medieval Asia (13th - 14th centuries)".
  • 4 - 10 May 2016, Uniwersytet Jagiellonski, Cracow, a course "Tibetan Buddhism in Western Perspectives", CEEPUS programme.
  • 22 June 2015, Universität Leipzig, Religionswissenschaftliches Institut, lecture "Christian missionaries and travelers in South India in the Middle Ages".
  • 24 June 2015, Universität Leipzig, Religionswissenschaftliches Institut, lecture "Into the Other World: Medieval European Travelers to Asia".
  • March 2014, Comenius university, Bratislava, Slovakia, Department of East Asian Studies, course "Introduction to Buddhism".
  • 4 May 2009, University of Lausanne, Section de sciences des religions, Public lecture titled "Tradition and Experience in Medieval Travel Accounts about Asia".
  • 28 April 2009, University in Bern, Institut für Religionswissenschaft, public lecture titled "The Others in the Medieval Travel Accounts about Asia".
  • 27 April - 1 May 2009, University in Bern, Institut für Religionswissenschaft, an ERASMUS course titled "Christian Missionaries on Tibetan Religion".
  • 30. 3. 2009, University of Vienna, Institute for East Asian Studies, lecture titled "Manifold Faces of Tibetan Buddhism: Myths and Reality".
  • February - April 2009, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia, Institute for the comparative study of religions, course "Introduction to Buddhism", with the support of CEEPUS.
  • 27. 8. 2008, University in Szeged, Hungary, Department for the Sociology of Religions, lecture within ERASMUS Intensive Programme titled "Exploring the Theories of the Other".
  • April - May 2008, Comenius university, Bratislava, Slovakia, Department of languages and cultures of East Asia, course on "Tibetan Buddhism in Western Interpretations", with the support of CEEPUS.
  • Conferences:
  • Virtual International Medieval Congress, 6. - 10. 7. 2020, Leeds, UK. Paper: "Borders of Confession: Friars and Christians of Asia".
  • International Medieval Congress, 1. - 5. 7. 2019, Leeds, UK. Paper: "Material Aspects of Conversion in Medieval Asia. A Christian Missionary Perspective".
  • The Mongols and Religion, 15.5. – 17.5.2019, Vienna, Austria, Universität Wien/ÖSTERREICHISCHE AKADEMIE DER WISSENSCHAFTEN. Paper: "Reconsidering Franciscan martyrdoms under the Yüan dynasty".
  • To Jerusalem and Beyond: New Directions in the Study of Latin Travel Literature ca. 1250–1500, 4.-5. 4. 2019, Innsbruck, international workshop, Universität Innsbruck. Paper: "Struggling with Fear, Praying for Hope: Emotions in Mendicant Travel Accounts about Asia".
  • Spaces of Initiations: Objects, Images and Rituals in the Middle Ages, 11.-13. 3. 2019, Brno, paper: "Ritual Life and Objects of the Franciscan Mission in the Medieval Mongolian Empire".
  • 3. olomoucká religionistická konference, 4.-5. 10. 2018, Olomouc, paper: "Konzumace kumysu mezi křesťany v Mongolské říši v perspektivě františkánských misionářů ve 13. století".
  • International Medieval Congress, 2.-5.7. 2018, Leeds, UK. Paper: "Remembering Franciscan Martyrs in Europe and Asia".
  • Consciously Illicit: Transgression in Western Esotericism, 6.-7. 6. 2018, Brno, příspěvek "Between Esoteric Practice and Scholarly Research: Alexandra David-Neel and her Impact in Czech Oriental Studies".
  • 2. olomoucká religionistická konference, 20.-21. 9. 2017, organizace diskusního panelu "Ženy v české religionistice", spolu s dr. Michaelou Ondrašinovou a dr. Martou Vohlídalovou.
  • International Medieval Congress, 3. - 6. 7. 2017, Leeds, UK. Paper: "Conceptualizing Others: Religions of Asia in Medieval European Missionary Accounts".
  • Orientalia Antiqua Nova XVII, 26.-28. 4. 2017, Plzeň; paper: "Vytoužená smrt: vybrané případy mučednictví misionářů ve středověké Asii".
  • 10. výroční česko-slovenská sinologická konference, 25.-26. 11. 2016; paper: Mučednictví křesťanských misionářů ve středověké Asii.
  • Mongolian Expansion and Its Influence on Development in the Eurasian Area in the 13th and 14th Centuries, 5.-8. 10. 2016, Ostrava. Paper: Medieval Mission and Martyrdom Under the Mongolian Rule: Conceptualizing "Religion"?
  • International Medieval Congress, 4. - 7. 7. 2016, Leeds, UK. Paper: "Eating with the Other: Christian Missionaries among the Mongols in the 13th and 14th centuries".
  • Workshop "Travelling to the Heart of Asia: A History of Western Encounters with Mongolia", 17. 5. 2016, Brno, Czech Republic. Paper: "Medieval European mission among the Mongols".
  • International congress of IAHR, 23.-29. 8. 2015, Erfurt, Germany. Paper "Medieval Christian Missions to Asia: Shifting of Strategies and Goals".
  • Conference Orientalia Antiqua Nova, Pilsen, Czech Republic, 2-3 April 2014. Paper: "Dealing with the Other. Medieval European Missionaries in Asia".
  • International workshop Past, Present and Future in the Studies of Religion, 1-3 March 2012, Brno. Paper: "'Religion' in Medieval Missionary Travel Accounts and Problems of Its Modern Interpretation."
  • 3rd conference Rethinking Religion in India, 11-14 October 2011, Pardubice. Paper: "Images of Indian Christianity in the Context of Historical Studies".
  • 9th conference of the ISORECEA, Twenty Years After : Secularization and Desecularization in Central And Eastern Europe, 16-18 December 2010, Brno. Paper: "Dicussing the Medieval Image of Nestorianism and Its Heritage for Modern Scholarship"
  • 8th conference of the European Association for the Study of Religions "Time of Decline, Time of Hope: Scientific, Cultural and Political Engagement of the Study of Religions" 7.-11.9. 2008, Brno. Paper: "Exploring the Theories of “the Other” in the Context of European Medieval Travel Accounts". in English.
  • International conference "Eastern Christianity, Judaism and Islam between the Death of Muhammad and Tamerlane (632-1405), Alexander Humboldt-Kolleg 2, Dolná Krupá, Slovakia, 25.-28. 6. 2008. Paper: "Medieval European Attitudes to Thomas Christians", in English.
  • Conference "Animals in myths and mythical animals", organized by the Department of Asian Studies, Faculty of Arts, Olomouc, 28. 3. 2008, Olomouc. Paper: "Peacocks in stories about the Apostle Thomas", in Czech
  • International conference "Plurality and Representation: Religion in Education, Culture and Society", 7th EASR (European Association for Religious Studies) Conference, 23.-27. 9. 2007, Bremen, Germany. Paper "Academic Study of Buddhism in Czechoslovakia before 1989", in English .
  • "Odoric of Pordenone: From Venice to Beijing and back. Encounters on the roads of the Old World 13th - 14th ce.", 13.-14. 11. 2006, Pilsen, Czech Republic. Paper "Religions of Asia in Medieval European Travel Accounts", in Czech.
  • IV. Central European Religious Studies conference (CERES) "Religious Change", 23.-25. 10. 2006, Bratislava, Slovakia. Paper called "Christianity in South India - "change" or "rebirth"?, in English.
  • III. Central European Religious Studies conference (CERES) "Body and religion" 11-12. 10. 2005, Brno, Czech Republic. Paper: "Human Monsters in Medieval World", in Czech.
  • V. conference "Orientalia Antiqua Nova", 10. 1. 2005, Pilsen, Czech Republic. Paper: "Indian Sages and Ascetics in Western Ancient Sources", in Czech, published in English.
Appreciation of Science Community
  • Since September 2008 member of the executive comittee of the Czech Association for the Study of Religions.
  • Since 2008 member of the editorial board of the journal PANTHEON, published in Pardubice.
  • 2006-2009 editor of the journal "Religio. Revue pro religionistiku".
Selected Publications
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Exploring Misunderstandings within Interreligious Communication: Christian Material Culture and the Medieval Mongols. 2021. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Christian Material Culture and the Mongols : the Case of William of Rubruck. Eurasian Studies. Brill, 2020, vol. 17, No 2, p. 228-243. ISSN 1722-0750. doi:10.1163/24685623-12340074. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. The Borders of Confession: The Friars and the Christians of Asia. In Virtual Medieval Congress Leeds, 6-10 July 2020. 2020. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Ritual Life and Objects of the Franciscan Mission in the Mongolian Empire. In Spaces of Initiation: Objects, Images, and Rituals in the Middle Ages, 11-13 March 2019, Brno. 2019. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Struggling with Fear, Praying for Hope? Emotions in Mendicant Travel Accounts about Asia. In To Jerusalem and Beyond. New Directions in the Study of Latin Travel Literature ca. 1250-1500, 4-5 April 2019, Innsbruck. 2019. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Reconsidering Franciscan Martyrdoms in Yüan China. In Mongols and Religions, 15-17 May 2019, Wien. 2019. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Material Aspects of Conversion in Medieval Asia. A Christian Missionary Perspective. In International Medieval Congress, 1-4 July 2019, Leeds. 2019. URL URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Between Esoteric Practice and Scholarly Research : Alexandra David-Neel and her Impact in Czech Oriental Studies. In Consciously Illicit : Transgression in Western Esotericism, 6.7.-6. 2018, Brno. 2018. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Remembering Franciscan Martyrs in Europe and Asia. In International Medieval Congress Leeds 2018, 2.-5.7. 2018. 2018. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Konzumace kumysu mezi křesťany v Mongolské říši v perspektivě františkánských misionářů ve 13. století (The consumation of qumis among Christians of the Mongolian empire in the perspective of Franciscan missionaries). In Olomoucká religionistická konference, 3. ročník, 4.-5.10.2018, Olomouc. 2018. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Women in Mongol Iran: The Khatuns 1206– 1335. By Bruno de Nicola. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2017. Religious Studies Review. Rice University, 2018, vol. 44, No 3, p. 356. info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana and Michaela ONDRAŠINOVÁ. O ženách v české religionistice na olomoucké konferenci (On Women in Czech Religious Studies at Olomouc conference). In Religio: Revue pro religionistiku. Brno, 2018. p. 79-81. ISSN 1210-3640. URL Digitální knihovna FF MU info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Stravování františkánů na cestách po mongolské říši v polovině 13. století (Food and Eating Habits of the Franciscan missionaries during their journeys in the Mongol Empire around half of the 13th century). Nový orient. AV ČR, Orientální ústav, 2018, vol. 73, No 3, p. 24-28. ISSN 0029-5302. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Vytoužená smrt: vybrané případy mučednictví misionářů ve středověké Asii (Desired death: selected examples of martyrdom of missionaries in medieval Asia). In Konference Orientalia Antiqua Nova XVII, Plzeň. 2017. info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Conceptualizing Others: Religions of Asia in Medieval European Missionary Accounts. In Leeds International Medieval Congress, Leeds. 2017. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Personal Experience, or a General Rule? Contextualizing Riccoldo da Monte di Croce´s Conversion Experience of Various Religious Communities. In Riccoldo da Monte di Croce (+1320): Missionary to the Middle East and Expert on Islam, Stockholm. 2017. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Travels of Christian Friars to the Mongols: Social Setting and Mission in the 13th century. Mongolica Pragensia. Praha: Institute of South and Central Asia, Seminar of Mongolian and Tibetan Studies Faculty of Philosophy, Charles University in Prague, 2017, vol. 10, No 1, p. 17-36. ISSN 1803-5647. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Medieval Mission and Martyrdom Under the Mongolian Rule: Conceptualizing "Religion"? In Mongolian Expansion and Its Influence on Development in the Eurasian Area in the 13th and 14th Centuries. 2016. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Mučednictví křesťanských misionářů ve středověké Asii (Martyrdom of Christian Missionaries in Medieval Asia). In 10. výroční česko-slovenská sinologická konference, Brno. 2016. 10. výroční česko-slovenská sinologická konference info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. "Religion" in Medieval Missionary Accounts about Asia. Studi e Materiali di Storia delle Religioni. Roma: Univerzita La Sapienza, 2016, vol. 82, No 2, p. 571-592. ISSN 0393-4136. info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Krajina podivuhodných tvorov. Stredovekí európski cestovatelia v Indii. Bratislava: Slovenský archeologický a historický inštitút, 2015. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Medieval Christian Missions to Asia: Shifting Strategies and Goals. In XXI Quinquennial World Congress of the International Association for the History of Religions, Erfurt, Germany August 23-29, 2015. 2015. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Vyjednávání s jinakostí. Působení středověkých misionářů v mongolské říši (Dealing with Others. Medieval missionaries in Mongolian empire.). In Orientalia Antiqua Nova XIV. 2014. info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. ´Religion' in Medieval Missionary Travel Accounts and Problems of Its Modern Interpretation (Religion' in Medieval Missionary Travel Accounts and Problems of Its Modern Interpretation). In Past, present and Future in the scientific study of religion. 2012. info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Středověká setkání s "jinými". Modloslužebníci, židé, saracéni a heretici v misionářských zprávách o Asii (Medieval Encounters with the Other. Idolatres, Jews, Saracens and Heretics in Missionary Reports about Asia). 1. vyd. Praha: Argo, 2011. 209 pp. Každodenní život 47. ISBN 978-80-257-0399-1. info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Indian Christians in Medieval European Travel Accounts. In Marián Gálik, Martin Slobodník. Eastern Christianity, Judaism and Islam between the death of Muhammad and Tamerlane (632-1405). Bratislava: Ústav orientalistiky Slovenské akademie věd, 2011. p. 195-213. ISBN 978-80-970648-0-8. info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Images of Indian Christianity in the Context of Historical Studies. In Rethinking Religion in India III: European Representations and Indian Responses. 2011. program konference spolu s abstrakty příspěvků info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Beyond the Horizons of Legends. Traditional Imagery and Direct Experience in Medieval Accounts of Asia. Numen : international review for the history of religions. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2010, vol. 57, No 2, p. 154-185. ISSN 0029-5973. URL info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Saracéni ve zprávách evropských středověkých misionářů v Asii (Saracens in the accounts of medieval European missionaries in Asia). Nový Orient. Praha: Orientální ústav Akademie věd České republiky, v. v. i., 2010, vol. 65, No 2, p. 18-23. ISSN 0029-5302. info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Discussing the Medieval Image of Nestorianism and Its Heritage for Modern Scholarship. In 9th international conference of the ISORECEA. Twenty Years After: Secularization and Desecularization in Central and Eastern Europe, 16-18 Dec, 2010, Brno, Czech Republic. 2010. program konference info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Nestoriáni v evropských středověkých zprávách o Asii (Nestorians in European medieval acounts about Asia). Nový Orient. Praha: Orientální ústav AV ČR, 2009, vol. 64, No 2, p. 17-21. ISSN 0029-5302. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Indian Christianity in Western Perspectives. The SSEASR Journal. 2009, vol. 3, No 1, p. 1-17. ISSN 0974-5629. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Za obzory dobového poznání. Tradice a empirie ve středověkých zprávách o Asii (Beyond the Horizons of Medieval Knowledge. Tradition and Experience in Medieval Travel Accounts about Asia). In Františkánství v kontaktech s jiným a cizím. 1st ed. Praha: Univerzita Karlova, Filosofická fakulta - Filosofia, 2009. p. 36-63. Europaeana Pragensia I – Historia Franciscana III. ISBN 978-80-7308-283-3. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Tradition and Experience in Medieval Travel Accounts about Asia. In přednáška na Univerzitě v Lausanne, Section de sciences des religions. 2009. Bulletin švýcarské společnosti pro studium nábožnství info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. The Others in the Medieval Travel Accounts about Asia. In vyzvaná přednáška. 2009. Bulletin švýcarské společnosti pro studium náboženství info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Manifold Faces of Tibetan Buddhism: Myths and Reality, (Manifold Faces of Tibetan Buddhism: Myths and Reality, lecture at the Institut für Ostasienwissenschaften, Universität Wien.). 2009. Výroční zpráva Institut für Ostasienwissenschaften, Universität Wien. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Christian Missionaries on Tibetan Religion. In kurz přednášek a seminářů v rámci programu ERASMUS. 2009. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Asijská náboženství v evropských středověkých cestopisech (Asian Religions in European Medieval Travel Accounts). In Odorik z Pordenone: Z Benátek do Pekingu a zpět. Praha: Filosofia, 2008. p. 209-226. ISBN 978-80-7007-274-5. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Czech Perspectives on Buddhism, 1860-1989. Journal of Religion in Europe. Brill, 2008, vol. 1, No 2, p. 156-181. ISSN 1874-8910. info
  • VALTROVÁ, Jana. Exploring the Theories of the Other. 2008. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Medieval European Attitudes to Thomas Christians. In Eastern Christianity, Judaism and Islam between the death of Muhammad and Tamerlane (632-1405). 2008. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Pávi v příbězích o apoštolu Tomášovi (Peacocks in the stories about Apostle Thomas). In Zvířata v mýtech a mytická zvířata, konference Katedry asijských studií FF UP, 28.3. 2008, Olomouc. 2008. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Počátky portugalských misií v jižní Indii: století zápasů (The Beginning of Portuguese Missions in South India: a Century of Struggles). Nový Orient. Praha: Orientální ústav AV ČR, 2007, vol. 62, No 1, p. 9-12. ISSN 0029-5302. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Academic Study of Buddhism in Czechoslovakia before 1989. In 7th EASR conference, Plurality and Representation: Religion in Education, Culture and Society, 23.-27.9. 2007, Brémy. 2007. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Výkonná redaktorka časopisu Religio: Revue pro religionistiku (Executive editor of Religio: Revue pro religionistiku). časopis Religio: revue pro religionistiku, 2007. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Lidská monstra ve středověkých pramenech. Proměny evropského vztahu k "jinému" (Human monsters in Medieval Sources: Changes of European Attitude towards "the Others"). In Náboženství a tělo. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2006. p. 95-108. ISBN 80-210-4115-3. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Indičtí křesťané apoštola Tomáše ve středověkých evropských pramenech (Indian Christian of St. Thomas in Medieval European Sources). Studia Orientalia Slovaca. Bratislava: FiF UK Bratislava, 2006, vol. 5, No 5, p. 31-54. ISSN 1336-3786. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Tibetský buddhismus očima křesťanských misionářů (17. - 19. století) (Tibetan Buddhism as described by Christian missionaries (17th - 19th c.)). Nový Orient. Praha: Orientální ústav AV ČR, 2005, vol. 60, No 1, p. 15-19. ISSN 0029-5302. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Zrcadlo orientalismu - obrazy Tibtu v českém prostředí (The Mirror of Orientalism: Images of Tibet in Czech context). Mezinárodní vztahy. Praha: Ústav mezinárodních vztahů, 2005, vol. 40, No 3, p. 44-62, 18 pp. ISSN 0323-1844. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Mezi lupiči a kouzelníky. Jinověrci v cestopise Marka Pola (Among robbers and magicians. Dissenters in Marco Polos travel writing). Nový Orient. Praha: Orientální ústav AV ČR, 2005, vol. 60, No 3, p. 19-23. ISSN 0029-5302. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Indian Sages and Ascetics in Western Ancient Sources. In Orientalia Antiqua Nova. 1st ed. Plzeň: Vydavatelství a nakladelství Aleš Čeněk, 2005. p. 103-111. ISBN 80-86898-58-X. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Obraz Indie v dílech starověkých Řeků (The Image of India by ancient Greek authors). Nový Orient. Praha: Orientální ústav AV ČR, 2004, vol. 59, No 2, p. 24-28. ISSN 0029-5302. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Západ a Tibet II: Lamaismus - hrozivá podoba tibetského buddhismu? (West and Tibet II: Lamaism - a wrathful form of Tibetan Buddhism?). Tibetské listy. Praha: Lungta, 2004, vol. 9, No 23, p. 13-16. ISSN 1212-4354. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Západ a Tibet III: Hledání pokladů ztracené Šangri-la (West and Tibet III: Search for treasures of Shangri-la). Tibetské listy. Praha: Lungta, 2004, vol. 9, No 24, p. 13-16. ISSN 1212-4354. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Západ a Tibet IV: "Hollywoodský" buddhismus - nové podoby starého náboženství (West and Tibet IV: "Hollywood Buddhism - old religion in a new form). Tibetské listy. Praha: Lungta, 2004, vol. 9, No 25, p. 13-16. ISSN 1212-4354. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Západ a Tibet V: Tibetský buddhismus v českém prostředí před rokem 1989 (West nad Tibet V: Tibetan Buddhism in Czech Culture before 1989). Tibetské listy. Praha: Lungta, 2004, vol. 9, No 26, p. 13-16. ISSN 1212-4354. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Donald Lopez, Příběh buddhismu. Religio : revue pro religionistiku. Brno: Česká společnost pro religionistiku, 2004, vol. 12, No 1, p. 158-160. ISSN 1210-3640. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Martin Slobodník - Gabriel Pirický (eds. ), Fascinácia a nepoznanie. Religio : revue pro religionistiku. Brno: Česká společnost pro religionistiku, 2004, vol. 12, No 1, p. 155-158. ISSN 1210-3640. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana and Luboš BĚLKA. Tibetský buddhismus a západní imaginace. Slavnost Kálačakry ve Štýrském Hradci (Tibetan Buddhism and Western Imagination: The Kalachakra Initiation in Graz). Religio: Revue pro religionistiku. Brno: Česká společnost pro studium náboženství, 2003, vol. 11, No 1, p. 53-76. ISSN 1210-3640. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Obzor znovu nalezený - bádání o vysněném Tibetu (Horizon rediscovered: Studies on Tibet Imagined). Sacra aneb Rukověť religionisty. Brno: Občanské sdružení Sacra, 2003, vol. 3, No 1, p. 18-27. ISSN 1214-5351. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Západ a Tibet I: První misionáři v Tibetu (West and Tibet I: First missionaries in Tibet). Tibetské listy. Praha: Lungta, 2003, vol. 8, No 22, p. 17-19. ISSN 1212-4354. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Gabrielité na jižní Moravě čili novokřtěnci, jak je neznáme (Gabrielites in Moravia or the Unknown Anabaptists). Religio : revue pro religionistiku. Brno: Česká společnost pro studium náboženství, 2002, vol. 10, No 1, p. 25-44, 21 pp. ISSN 1210-3640. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Kolo času s dalajlámou v Grazu (Wheel of Time with the Dalai Lama in Graz). Literární noviny. Praha: Společnost pro literární noviny, 2002, vol. 13, No 49, p. 5. ISSN 1210-0021. info
  • ROZEHNALOVÁ, Jana. Mistr mystifikace Lobsang Rampa aneb vysněný Tibet (A Master of Mystification Lobsang Rampa - Tibet imagined). Universitas - revue Masarykovy univerzity v Brně. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2001, vol. 34, No 1, p. 12-19. ISSN 1212-8139. info

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