mgr. Jan Odstrčilík, Ph. D.

work adress:
Institut für Mittelalterforschung ÖAW, Hollandstraße 11–13, 1020, Wien, Austria

telephone:
+43-1-51581-7218

e-mail:
jan.odstrcilik[at]oeaw.ac.at


main areas of research:

Medieval Latin texts and manuscripts, Latin translations of the Czech Sunday’s Postil of John Hus, late medieval manuals for successful study, Henry Totting of Oyta and his works.

degrees obtained:

  • 2015 Ph. D. in Medieval and Neo-Latin Studies, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague
  • 2012 Master's in Czech Language and Literature - Latin Studies, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague

    education:

  • 2012-2015 Ph.D. Programme in Medieval and Neo-Latin Studies, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague

  • 2005–2012 Master's Programme in Czech language and literature - Latin, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague

    past scholarship projects:

  • 2008–2009 one-year scholarship in Latin, Accademia Vivarium Novum, Montella, Italy
  • 2010–2011 Erasmus scholarship in Lateinische Philologie des Mittelalters, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität in Freiburg, Germany

    publications - monographs

  • Odstrčilík, Jan, Francesca Battista, and Riccardo Burgazzi. Henry Totting of Oyta: Three Sermons of a Late Medieval Intellectual. Three Sermons of a Late Medieval Intellectual Henry Totting of Oyta, 2016. (Editor and author of two chapters)
  • publications - editor

  • Odstrčilík, Jan, Francesca Battista, and Riccardo Burgazzi, eds. The First Decades of Prague University: Transforming Intellectual Space in 14th Century Central Europe (Proceedings from the Conference). Vol. Fasc. 1. Historia Universitatis Carolinae Pragensis, Tomus LV. Praha: Karolinum Press, 2015 (erschienen 2016).
  • publications - articles

  • “Účinky příchodu Páně do duše. K anonymním bohemikálním traktátům z Corpus Christi College Library v Cambridgi” [The Effects of the Entry of the Lord into the Soul: On the anonymous Bohemical treatises from Corpus Christi College Library in Cambridge]. Studia Mediaevalia Bohemica 4, no. 1 (2012, published 2013), 35–55.
  • “Poučení o správném způsobu studia ve středověkém traktátu De modulo studendi (VK Olomouc, M I 357)” [Advice on the right way of study in the medieval treatise De modulo studendi (Research Library Olomouc, M I 357)]. Acta Universitatis Carloniae – Historia Universitatis Carolinae Pragensis 53, no. 2, (2013, published 2015), 23-39
  • Odstrčilík, Jan, Francesca Battista, and Riccardo Burgazzi, eds. ‘The Preaching of Henry Totting of Oyta’. In The First Decades of Prague University: Transforming Intellectual Space in 14th Century Central Europe (Proceedings from the Conference), Fasc. 1:71–91. Historia Universitatis Carolinae Pragensis. Praha: Karolinum Press, 2015 (appeared 2016).
  • ‘Translation and Transformation of John Hus’s Czech Sunday Postil’. In Pursuing New Order: Central European Vernaculars between Theology and Politics. Turnhout: Brepols, forthcoming.