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Mgr. Anežka Brožová, B.A.

Anežka Fojtíková is a PhD. candidate at the Institute of International Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague. She obtained the master double degree in German and Central European Studies at Charles University and Pedagogical University Cracow, Poland. She completed her bachelor studies at Charles University and University of Regensburg, Germany. Anežka has experienced several study and traineeship exchanges in Germany and Poland. In her research, she focuses on recent and contemporary history and culture of Germany and Central Europe. She has coordinated Spring and Summer Universities Prague since spring 2018 after completing an assistantship during the organization of the Summer University 2017.


Bc. Kateřina Kuklíková

Kateřina Kuklíková a MA student at the Institute of International Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague, specialisation German and Austrian Studies. She has obtained the bachelor double degree at the Faculty of Social Sciences and the University of Regensburg. In 2019 she took part in International Parliamentary Scholarship of the German Federal Parliament Bundestag and worked as an MP ́s assistant. Kateřina has experienced several study summer programs in Germany, e. g. in Heidelberg or Munich. From 2016 to 2019 she worked for the representation of the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation in the Czech Republic as a student assistant. 

PhDr. Petra Baštová, Ph.D.

Currently on maternity leave.

Petra Baštová holds a Ph.D. in Modern History from the Faculty of Social Sciences at Charles University in Prague. She received her bachelors ̓ degree in area studies and a masters ̓ degree in German and Austrian studies from the same faculty. During that time she spent one term at the University of Bonn. She currently specializes in modern history, foreign policy and political geography of German speaking countries. Her dissertation deals with the foreign cultural policy of the Federal Republic of Germany during the 1960s and 1970s. She has been the coordinator of the spring/summer universities at the Institute of International Studies since November 2010.