Curriculum vitae

Personal dates:

Name and surname: David Kalhous
Home adress: Hradecká 573, 503 46 Třebechovice pod Orebem
Term Address: Historický ústav FF MU, Arne Nováka 1, 60200 Brno
Handy: +420 733 189 645
Email: kalha@centrum.cz
Citizenship: Czech Republic
Date of Birth: 30th May 1978 in Hradec Králové

Study:

BA and MA study

1996-2001 BA- and MA-Study in History and Auxiliary sciences on Faculty of Arts, Masaryk-University
MA-exam.: 21st June 2001, summa cum laude
MA-thesis: East Central Europe during the Reign of Wratislaus II.(opponent: asoc.prof. Libor Jan, PhD.)

Ph.D. Study

2001-2006 Medieval History on Faculty of Arts, Masaryk-University
Ph.D.-exam.: 21st June 2006
Ph.D.-Thesis: Legenda Christiani and the Beginnings Political Thinking in Bohemia and Moravia (finished 1st April 2005; thesis defense took place in 21st June 2006 (opponents: PhDr. Dušan Třeštík, CSc.; prof. PhDr. Zdeněk Měřínský, CSc.)

Language skill:

German – C2-exam (Oberstuffe) 2008
English – University examination 2002
Latin – passiv, exams from classical and medieval latin 1997, 1999
Polish – passiv
Russian – passiv
French – passiv

Work expirience:

1st January 2001-30th June 2001: archivist in former District record office Czech republic
1st Juli 2004-30th June 2005: researcher, Institut of Archeology Brno, Czech Academy of sciences
1st June 2005-: research and development worker at the Centre for Studies in Central European History: Sources, Countries, Culture MSM 0021622426 (Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic)

Grants I have taken part in:

2005-2007 Archaeology of the Non-residential Parts of the Early Medieval Central Agglomerations in Bohemia, Moravia (GA ČR 404/05/2671; collaboration with the Institute of Archaeology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic in Prague and the Institute of Archaeology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic in Brno)
2002 Stará Boleslav: A Premyslid Stronghold in the Early Middle Ages (GA ČR 404/99/1060; GA404/03/0365; collaboration with the Institute of Archaeology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic in Prague)
2001-2004 German Medieval Studies in Bohemia before 1945 (LN00A041; collaboration with the Centre for Medieval Studies in Prague)
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