Sborník 2019

Zrození lidu v české kultuře 19. století [The Birth of the country folk in the Czech culture of the 19th century], Prague, Academia 2020, 268 pp., bw and color images, summary, ISBN 978-80-200-3066-5. Editors Pavla Machalíková, Taťána Petrasová and Tomáš Winter.

Pavla Machalíková – Tomáš Winter

The Birth of Country Folk
pp. 7–11 (Czech), Summary 10–11 (English)

Jiří Woitsch

Between the Plough and the Czech Cottage: The (Non-)Discovery of the Folk Invention in the 19th Century and Its Impact on Research of Folklore
pp. 15–28 (Czech), Summary 27–28 (English)

Daniel Drápala

Issues Ranging from Those of a Damaging Nature to the National Treasure: The Complex Path to the Acceptance of Traditional Culture as Part of National Cultural Heritage
pp. 29–39 (Czech), Summary 39 (English)

Milan Ducháček

German Inspiration of the Founders of the journal Český Lid (The Czech Folk): Čeněk Zíbrt and Lubor Niederle in the Melting Pot of Academic Disciplines on the Individual, “the Common People” and Society
pp. 40–54 (Czech), Summary 54 (English)

Martina Pavlicová

“In Its Own Controversy”: František Bartoš and His Work in the Context of the Development of the Interest in Traditional Folklore
pp. 55–62 (Czech), Summary 62 (English)

Alena Křížová

The Role of the Svéráz Folk Costume in Czech Society in the Second Half of the 19th Century
pp. 65–73 (Czech), Summary 73 (English)

Michal Fránek

“The Pale Ennui of Living Did Not Come Around Here...”: Searching for the Moravian People in Czech Literature of the 19th Century
pp. 74–82 (Czech), Summary 82 (English)

Jana Mezerová

The Colloquialism of German Regional Natural Sciences Using the Region of Upper Neisseland As an Example
pp. 83–89 (Czech), Summary 89 (English)

Jan Galeta

Lessons Learned from Folk Construction on the Pages of Architectural Magazines in the 19th and the Beginning of the 20th Century
pp. 90–101 (Czech), Summary 100–101 (English)

Alice Jedličková

The City Folk’s Distrust of the Country Folk and Overcoming That Distrust: the Narrative Figure
pp. 105–117 (Czech), Summary 117 (English)

Pavlína Dušková

Josef Kajetán Tyl and the Folk Educational Periodicals in the Revolutionary Era of 1848 to 1849
pp. 118–123 (Czech), Summary 123 (English)

Jakub Machek

From Flying Through the Air to the Rampage of the Perverse Libertine in Karlín: Folklore as a Basis for Popular Culture Emerging at the End of the 19th Century
pp. 124–135 (Czech), Summary 135 (English)

Martin Hrdina

“To Miss Out on the Region, the People and Life Because of Castles and Ruins”: Tensions between Historicism and Regionalism Using Zbudovská Blata as an Example
pp. 139–149 (Czech), Summary 149 (English)

Pavel Šidák

The Appropriation of Folk Rhetoric and the Genre of the (Folk) Fairytale of the 19th Century
pp. 150–156 (Czech), Summary 156 (English)

Marta Ottlová

The Folk Song on the Way to Original National Music
pp. 157–163 (Czech), Summary 163 (English)

Jiří Kopecký

From the Folk Song to Fryderyk Chopin
pp. 164–174 (Czech), Summary 174 (English)

Lenka Křupková

The Folk Song as Salvation of Vítězslav Novák’s Compositions
pp. 175–182 (Czech), Summary 182 (English)

Lucia Almášiová

Czech Inspirations and Inputs in the Work of Slovak Ethnographer and Photographer Pavol Socháň
pp. 183–192 (Czech), Summary 191–192 (English)

Katarína Beňová

The Assembly of the Slovak People by Peter Michal Bohúň: A Folk Gathering or an Attempt at a Historical Painting?
pp. 193–204 (Czech), Summary 203–204 (English)

Lenka Merglová Pánková

The Paths of Koula’s Ornament: Folk Motifs in the Used Work of the 19th Century Architect
pp. 205–211 (Czech), Summary 211 (English)

Ivana Taranenková

The Common People as “the Other”
pp. 215–222 (Czech), Summary 222 (English)

Marcela Mikulová

Two Concepts of the Common People and Folklore (Vajanský vs. Tajovský)
pp. 223–230 (Czech), Summary 230 (English)

Marek Krejčí

Folklorism and Commercialization of Folk Culture
pp. 231–238 (Czech), Summary 238 (English)

Ludmila Hůrková

Rural Architecture in the 19th Century in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia: Folk or Rural
pp. 239–247 (Czech), Summary 247 (English)
Web vytvořilo studio Liquid Design, v případě potřeby navštivte stránku s technickými informacemi
design by Bedřich Vémola
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