mgr. Petra Mutlová, Ph.D.

work adress:
Ústav klasických studií FF MU, Arna Nováka 1, 602 00 Brno, Czech Republic

telephone:
+420549493610

e-mail:
mutlova[at]phil.muni.cz


education:

  • since 2002 Central European University, Budapest, Hungary; PhD in Medieval Studies
  • 2004 Humboldt Universität, Berlin, Germany; Visiting PhD Fellowship at the Institut für vergleichende Geschichte Europas im Mittelalter
  • 2001-2007 Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic; PhD in Auxiliary Historical Sciences
    Title of the dissertation: Mikuláše z Drážďan Apologie proti rozhodnutí kostnického sněmu (Nicholas of Dresden’s Apologia against the Decision of the Council of Constance)
  • 2000-2001 Central European Univeristy, Budapest, Hungary; MA in Medieval Studies
  • 2000 Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic; Certificate for teaching Latin language and literature
  • 1994-2000 Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic; MA in Latin, Auxiliary Historical Sciences and Archive Studies

    work experience:

  • 2007 Masaryk University, Brno: Lecturer at the Classical Studies Department
  • 2005 Masaryk University, Brno: Researcher at the Research Center for the History of Central Europe: Sources, Historical Lands, Culture
  • 2005 Masaryk University, Brno: Latin tutor for the Auxiliary Historical Sciences and Archive Studies Department
  • 2003 Central European University, Budapest: Coordinator of a Summer University on “Uses and Abuses of the Middle Ages in Eastern and Central Europe: From Heritage to Politics”
  • 2002 Central European University, Budapest: Mathematics Department Coordinator
  • 2001–2002 Central European University, Budapest: Medieval Studies Department Assistant
  • Fall 1998 Moravian County Archive, Brno: Study Practice
  • Summer 1998 Municipal Archive, Brno: Study Practice

    academic activities:

  • Member of the Classical Philologist Association of the Czech Republic
  • Holder of the Toronto Examination in Medieval Latin Certificate (2001)

    grant projects and awards:

  • 2008 Czech Science Foundation: Recipient of a Post-doctoral grant for publishing a critical edition of Nicholas of Dresden’s Apologia (GAČR 405/08/P294)
  • 2006 Central European University, Budapest: Award for Advanced Doctoral Students
  • 2001 Central European University, Budapest: Outstanding MA Student Award

    selected papers at international conferences:

  • 2009 Reformation and Its Impact Among the Croats, University of Zagreb, Croatia paper: Re-Editing Flacius. The 1558 Nuremberg Edition of Hus’ Commentary on the Psalms and Its Modern Successor
  • 2008 Centre for Medieval Studies of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague public lecture: Curiosas movere questiones – How to Invent a School in Hussitism
  • 2008 Seminar on Editing Latin Texts from the Period of the Early Bohemian Reformation, Masaryk University, Brno paper: Sed prugdulor, finis sine fine – About the Edition of Nicholas of Dresden’s Apologia
  • 2008 Jazyk a řeč knihy, Archive of the city of Prague – National Library of the Czech Republic, Prague paper: Research Tools in Codices of the Early Bohemian Reformation
  • 2007 Itinera Latinitatis, Palacký University, Olomouc, Czech Republic paper: Ab auribus ad oculos – Changes in Perception in the Early Czech Reformation
  • 2006 Media and Effects of Public Communication in the Time of European Reformation: Visual Arts, Music, Performance, Rhetoric, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague paper: Nicholas of Dresden’s Tabule veteris et novi coloris: On Margins of the Manuscript Tradition
  • 2006 Humanitas Latina in Bohemis, Brandýs nad Labem, Czech Republic organized by Cassamarca and Veneti in Cechia Foundation paper: On the Margins of Society: Waldensians and Hussites
  • 2005 Jacobellus de Missa: Texts and Their Influence, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic paper: Nicholas of Dresden’s Apologia: An Analysis of the Treatise and Its Authoroities
  • 2003 Friedrich Reiser und die “waldensisch-hussitische Internationale” im 15./16. Jahrhundert, Ötisheim, Germany paper: The Dresden School in Prague: A Waldensian Connection?
  • 2002 International Medieval Congress, Leeds, UK paper: Books, Donations, and the Bohemian Libraries (13th–15th centuries)

    selected publications:

  • “Die Dresdner Schule in Prag: eine waldensische ‘Connection’?” In Friedrich Reiser und die “waldensisch-hussitische Internationale”, ed. Albert de Lange and Kathrin Utz-Tremp, 261-276. Heidelberg – Ubstadt-Weiher – Basel: Verlag Regionalkultur, 2006.
  • “République tchèque.” In “Ménestrel, médiévistes sur l'internet, sources travaux références en ligne.” [http://www.ccr.jussieu.fr/urfist/mediev.htm], 2004, accessed 14 March 2005.
  • “Mikuláše z Drážďan Apologie: Kompozice díla a citované autority” (Nicholas of Dresden’s Apologia: An Analysis of the Treatise and Its Authorities). In Jakoubek ze Stříbra: Texty a jejich působení (Jacobellus de Missa: Texts and Their Influence), ed. Pavel Soukup and Ota Halama, 229-240. Praha: Filosofia, 2006.
  • “Vybrané prameny k existenci drážďanské školy” (Selected Sources on the Existence of the Dresden School). In Querite primum regnum Dei. Sborník příspěvků k poctě Jany Nechutové, ed. Helena Krmíčková et al., 553–560. Brno: Matice moravská, FF MU, 2006.
  • “Ai margini della società: valdesi e ussiti/Na okraji společnosti: valdenští a husité” (On the Margins of Society: Waldensians and Hussites). In Humanitas Latina in Bohemis, ed. Giorgio Cadorini and Jiří Špička, 41–59. Kolín – Treviso: Albis, 2007.
  • “Communicating Texts Through Images: Nicholas of Dresden’s Tabule”. In Public Communication in European Reformation, ed. Milena Bartlová and Michal Šroněk, 29–37. Prague: Artefactum, 2007.
  • “Ab auribus ad oculos: změny vnímání v rané české reformaci ” (Ab auribus ad oculos: Changes in Perception in the Early Czech Reformation). In Itinera Latinitatis, ed. Giorgio Cadorini (forthcoming).
  • (rec.) Kirchliche Reformimpulse des 14./15. Jahrhunderts in Ostmitteleuropa. Hrsg. von W. Eberhard and F. Machilek. Köln – Weimar – Wien: Böhlau Verlag, 2006. Listy filololgické 131/1–2 (2008): 321–315.
  • (rec.) Donum magistrae. Ad honorem Dana Martínková. Ed. Z. Silagiová, H. Šedinová and P. Kitlzer. Prague: Filosofia, 2007. Sborník prací Filozofické fakulty brněnské univerzity N 13 (2008): 146–147.
  • “Sed prugdulor, finis sine fine: O edici Apologie Mikuláše z Drážďan” (Sed prugdulor, finis sine fine: About the Edition of Nicholas of Dresden’s Apologia). Studia historica Brunensia 56 (2009): 21–36.
  • Jena Codex: a facsimile (foreword and edition of the Latin texts). Prague: Gallery, 2009 (forthcoming).