|Course title||A History of Czech Literature of the 19th Century I|
|Organizational form of instruction||Lecture + Lesson|
|Level of course||Bachelor|
|Year of study||not specified|
|Number of ECTS credits||3|
|Language of instruction||Czech|
|Status of course||Compulsory|
|Form of instruction||Face-to-face|
|Work placements||This is not an internship|
|Recommended optional programme components||None|
|Course availability||The course is available to visiting students|
1. National revival as a living problem of literary science. Literary inheritance of history as one of the solution of literary science. 2. Beginnings of revivalist literature, its character and possibilities of its development. Revivalist science. 3. Problems of the enlightened classicism in Bohemia. Czech poetry in 1780-1805. 4. Changes in Czech prose and drama in 1780-1805. 5. Searching for a new course of Czech literature in the era after the Napoleonic Wars. Programme of Josef Jungmann. 6. Folklore as one of the sources of searching for national specificity. 7. Searching for sources of national specificity in history and wider Slavonic scope. 8. Classicism with Romanticism ideas or Pre-Romanticism? 9. Czech Romanticism in the world literary context as a living problem of literary science. 10. Works of K. H. Mácha. 11.-12. K. H. Mácha and Czech literary context of the thirties. 13. Specific features of the Czech Romanticism. 14. Final lesson, student assessment, giving credits.
|Learning activities and teaching methods|
The interpretation is focused on watching developmental changes in Czech letters as a part of process of formation modern Czech culture within multiethnic culture type from the Enlightenment era to the end of the forties in the 19th century considering the world literary context. In this context are monitored relations between Czech and Czech-German literature and its changes. The seminar continues on the topics of lectures and analyses problems of development of the literature of this period and specific literary texts will be interpreted as well. Passing a written test is required to get credits.
After finishing the course, students gain the ability of orientation in bearing developmental changes of the Czech literature of the first half of the 19th century and its place in the living cultural inheritance and have the ability of interpretation of appropriate literary texts.
knowledge of the field on the level of GCSE exam knowledge of disciplines connected to the central domain of study knowledge of appropriate terminology
|Assessment methods and criteria|
attendance activity presentation test
|Study plans that include the course|