Martin Škabraha

Through progress to disaster – through disaster to progress
pp. 9–17 (Czech), Summary 15–16 (English), 16–17 (Deutsch)

Miloš Havelka

Revolutions – transformations – changes
pp. 18–30 (Czech), Summary 29–30 (English), 30 (Deutsch)

Ondřej Hudeček

Creation of systematic flood prevention in late 18th century Bohemia
pp. 33–40 (Czech), Summary 39 (English), 40 (Deutsch)

Jiří Štaif

The Austrian state bankruptcy of 1811 and the reaction in Bohemia, or: Money and collective memory
pp. 41–57 (Czech), Summary 56 (English), 57 (Deutsch)

Jan Mergl

The most famous fire in Plzeň
pp. 58–67 (Czech), Summary 66 (English), 67 (Deutsch)

Milan Hlavačka

Local government and disaster. The Beroun flood in 1872
pp. 68–78 (Czech), Summary 77 (English), 78 (Deutsch)

Vlasta Reittererová – Hubert Reitterer

The fire at the Vienna Ringtheater in 1881
pp. 79–92 (Czech), Summary 90–91 (English), 91–92 (Deutsch)

Milena Lenderová

The Paris flood of 1910 and reactions in Prague
pp. 93–106 (Czech), Summary 105 (English), 106 (Deutsch)

Ivan Jakubec – Jan Štemberk

''Carriage broken, horse killed, coachman unharmed.'' Traffic accidents as part of human life
pp. 107–121 (Czech), Summary 120 (English), 120–121 (Deutsch)

Vojtěch Pojar

Life insurance and Czech society 1869–1913
pp. 122–133 (Czech), Summary 132 (English), 133 (Deutsch)

Martin Franc

What is to be done in times of famine? A lesson from 1817
pp. 134–145 (Czech), Summary 144 (English), 145 (Deutsch)

Ľubica Schmarcová

Romantics, messianists and the regenerative potential of disaster
pp. 149–158 (Czech), Summary 157 (English), 158 (Deutsch)

Dalibor Tureček

The Pompeii disaster and Czech literary romanticism
pp. 159–170 (Czech), Summary 169 (English), 169–170 (Deutsch)

Pavel Janoušek

After the disaster – the serialized pulp novel as a craft and an expression of internal dialogue. Morana or The World and its Nothingness
pp. 171–181 (Czech), Summary 180 (English), 181 (Deutsch)

Martin Hrdina

Chasm and temple. Metaphors of chaos and order in 1870s Czech poetry
pp.182–198 (Czech), Summary 197 (English), 197–198 (Deutsch)

Zuzana Urválková

Fire to reform a sinner. Karel Václav Rais's short story Sekáči (The Reapers)
pp. 199–205 (Czech), Summary 204 (English), 205 (Deutsch)

Michal Charypar

The end of the world in the view of ''mysterious characters''. Arbes's romanetto Poslední dnové lidstva (Last Days of Mankind)
pp. 206–215 (Czech), Summary 214 –215 (English), 215 (Deutch)

Milan Pospíšil

Theatre floods
pp. 216–230 (Czech), Summary 228–229 (English), 229–230 (Deutsch)

Věra Velemanová

The Storm in the Czech Theatre towards the End of 19th Century…, and its Continuations
pp. 231–236 (Czech), Summary 235 (English), 236 (Deutsch)

Zdeněk Hrbata

Through war to discoveries. Denon's road to art
pp. 239–251 (Czech), Summary 250 (English), 251 (Deutsch)

Jana Kepartová

Reflections of the ancient Vesuvius disaster in 19th century Czech journalism
pp. 252–266 (Czech), Summary 264–265 ((English), 265–266 (Deutsch)

Václava Kofránková

Volcanoes in 19th century Czech specialist output and journalism
pp. 267–279 (Czech), Summary 278 (English), 279 (Deutsch)

Eva Bendová – Pavla Machalíková –Tomáš Winter

Volcanoes, explosions and lava in modern Czech art
pp. 280–295 (Czech), Summary 292–293 (English), 294–295 (Deutsch)

Katarína Beňová

The floods and Hungarian artists in the 19th century
pp. 296–307 (Czech), Summary 306 (English), 306–307 (Deutsch)

Roman Prahl

Spectacle of destruction and the destruction of the spectacle. Emperor Maximian dreams of his victims
pp. 308–316 (Czech), Summary 315 (English), 316 (Deutsch)

Vít Vlnas

Photography goes to war. Truth and lies in 19th century war photography
pp. 317–332 (Czech), Summary 330 (English), 331–332 (Deutsch)

Ivan Klimeš

Cinema disaster
pp. 333–340 Czech), Summary 339 (English), 339–340 (Deutsch)

Lukáš Likavčan

Planetary history. The Anthropocene and the aesthetics of disaster
pp. 343–349, (Czech), Summary 348 (English), 349 (Deutsch)
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Partners of the project:
Philharmony Plzeň
Westbohemian Gallery in Plzeň
Westbohemian Muzeum in Plzni

Organizers of conferences:
Institute of Art History CAS
Institute for Czech Literature CAS
Institute for Art History,
Charles University Prague