WHO are we?
Welcome! You have stumbled upon the official website of the Czech Association for the Study of English, a member of The European Society for the Study of English.
The aim of CZASE is to promote and advance English studies in the Czech Republic. We welcome researchers, teachers and other professionals interested in the study of English, translation, literatures in English and cultures of English-speaking countries. The association seeks to establish contacts among scholars in English studies within the Czech Republic. Furthermore, it enables Czech scholars to exchange knowledge and skills, to coordinate activities between universities and it encourages both intra and international cooperation.
CZASE General Assembly (March 23 in Hradec Králové): please nominate candidates for CZASE board and committee election
Ostrava Journal of English Philology now indexed in SCOPUS – CALL FOR PAPERS (deadline 31 January 2023)
CALL FOR PAPERS: The ESSE Messenger (deadline 31 May 2023)
CZASE statement on the invasion of Ukraine
CZASE is launching a new award for an outstanding research monograph
CZASE General Assembly Minutes (10 December 2021)
CALL FOR PAPERS: ESSE Conference 2024 (26-30 August); Lausanne, Switzerland (deadline 15 June / 31 January)
CALL FOR PAPERS: Language MOOCs and OERs: new trends and challenges (28-29 September); Naples (deadline 17 June)
BLENDED INTENSIVE PROGRAMME: Solidarity, Change and Resistance in a Threatened World: The Transformative Power of the Humanities in the Twenty-first Century (spring-summer 2023)
CALL FOR PAPERS: Hradec Králové Anglophone Conference, 23-24 March 2023 (deadline 31 January)
CALL FOR PAPERS: The War in Ukraine: Stance, Identity, Leadership; Kraków 20-22 April 2023 (deadline 31 December)
CALL FOR PAPERS: Health Knowledge and Online Communication; Kraków 20-22 April 2023 (deadline 31 December)
Outside In. A Personal History of the Brno Department of English Narrated by Don Sparling (2022)
Places and Spaces of Crime in Popular Imagination (2022)
The Landscapes of W. H. Auden’s Interwar Poetry: Roots and Routes (2021)
In Our Own Image: Fictional Representations of William Shakespeare (2019)
Dvousetletá pustina. Dějiny starší americké dramatiky (2019)