Erasmus+ Departmental Coordinators
At each department at the Faculty of Arts, Comenius University in Bratislava, there is at least one departmental coordinator who will provide further information to the incoming students and lecturers. She/he will help you during your stay at our faculty. You can contact also the International Relations Office of the faculty.
List of Erasmus+ Departmental Coordinators:
Juraj Oniščenko, PhD.
Lea Szabová-Šírová, PhD.
Lea Szabová-Šírová works at the Department of Pedagogy and Andragogy. She is devoted to the social andragogy, the theory of adult education and the sociology of adult education.
Prof. PhDr. Eduard Krekovič, CSc.
Professor Krekovič achieved his Doctor degree of Philosophy at faculty of Arts, Comenius University in Bratislava in 1976. Then, he stayed and worked in the Department of Archaeology in the Faculty of Arts, and became a professor of Archaeology of Comenius University in Bratislava in 2000. Professor krekovič keeps focusing on prehistoric society and culture mainly in Slovakia, but also in other parts of Europe. He coordinated an European Commission Project on the Slovakia Side from 2013 to 2014: DISCO - Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe. His recent research project concentrates on glass - crystal and glass materials in prehistory and early Middle Age in Slovakia.
Assoc. Prof. PhDr. Juraj Šedivý, PhD.
Contrary to isolated research activities, Assoc. Professor Sedivý explores the Central European centres of literacy from all three main aspects. His monograph, written in German (2007), presented such complex approach to the collegiate chapter in Bratislava, and made him an internationally recognized expert (he was elected to the top scientific network of historians specializing in literacy – Comité International de Paléographie Latine / CIPL).
Then he has built up a team of experts and founded the Corpus incriptionum Slovaciae edition project with the aim of analyzing the medieval and early modern age inscriptions in the Slovak territory. Using the dated particulars he created a chart of date determining elements of inscription letterings which also help to chronologically determine undated inscriptions. He initiated also the unique historiographic project which has engaged over 200 experts from 4 countries with the goal of publishing a 5-volume history of Bratislava.
Within this project he created an untraditionally structured monograph and for the first time brought up several new topics within the Slovak urban historiography (e.g. relations of the citizens and their natural environment, uses and abuses of the past in urban milieu). The first volume won 6 main Slovak awards, e.g. the book of the year 2012. The book also came to international acclaim (the editor was elected to the world network of city history historians – CIHV).
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Beáta Borošová, PhD.
Assoc. Prof. Jana Grusková
Professor Grusková teaches Greek Language I, II, III, Ancient Greek Syntax I, II, Introduction to Ancient Greek Literature, Greek Proseminar I, II, Greek Seminar: Drama, Greek Seminar: Historiopgraphy, Greek Seminar: Rhetoric, Methodology of Research in Classical Philology, Modern Greek I, II, Didactics of Classical Languages, Textual Criticism and Transmission of Ancient Authors.
Assoc. Prof. Zuzana Gažáková, PhD.
In 2005, Zuzana Gažáková accomplished her PhD in the Faculty of Arts, Comenius University in Bratislava in 2006. Her Thesis is The Arab Popular Epic Sírat Sayf ibn Dhí Yazan, under the guidance of Prof. Ján Pauliny.
Zuzana Gažáková is an assitant lecturer since October, 2002. From 2009 to 2014, she was a memebr of the Steering Committee and Research Group No. 2 in Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies – COMSt (ESF) http://www1.uni-hamburg.de/COMST/. Playing an activate role in international conferences, lectures and seminars, Ms. Gažáková has conducted lots of guest lectures in various institutions of Europe, including University of Heidelberg, West Behemian University, Institut für Orientalistik and so on.
Assoc. Prof. Attila Kovács, PhD.
Mgr. Peter Pivoda
Mgr. Peter Pivoda is a PhD. student at the Department of Cultural Studies, Faculty of Arts, Comenius University in Bratislava. Simultaneously he works at the Department of Gallery Education of Slovak National Gallery as a gallery educator. In his research and teaching he focuses on new trends in art
museum and gallery education, especially on a socio-cultural role of these types of institutions.
Mgr. Hana Bogdanová
Mgr. Helena Tužinská, PhD
Mgr. Helena Tužinská is an assistant Professor at the Department of Ethnology and Museology, Faculty of Arts, Comenius University in Bratislava. The courses she teaches which you are invited to enroll in are "Unwritten Rules in Slovakia", "Rituals and Ritualisation" and "Language and Evolution".
As a researcher she has done participatory observations and ethnographic interviews in refugee camps, detention centres and courts in Slovakia, which resulted in her book: Questions of Description and Translation: Use of Data from Anthropology and Ethnology in the Conduct and Interpretation of Interviews with Immigrants at stella.uniba.sk/texty/HT_questions.pdf.
In cooperation with non-governmental organisations, she facilitated trainning in intercultura lcommunication for various actors in the field of migration. She also co-authored an informal survival kit for foreigners at www.slovakness.sk.
More at https://uniba.academia.edu/HelenaTužinská
Assoc. Prof. Martin Hurbanič, PhD.
PhDr. Erika Mayerová, PhD., Assoc. Prof.
PhDr. Margita Gáborová, CSc., doc.
Markéta Štefková, PhD.
Assoc. Prof. PhDr. Dana Bořutová, CSc.
Prof. PhDr. Ondrej Mészáros, PhD.
Professor Mészáros has been teaching at the Department of Hungarian Language and Literature in the Faculty of Arts, Comenius University in Bratislava since 1994. The courses he teaches including but not limited to: History of Word Literature, Lirerary Studies, Theory of Literature, Literary genre, Applied logic, Terminology of Social sciences and The theme of Love in the Philosophy and Literature. His research interests lay on the history of philosophy in Hungary, philosophical problems of literature.
PhDr. Mária Follrichová, PhD.
Doc. Mgr. Maria Follrichová, PhD. (1953) studied journalism at Faculty of University in Bratislava. After finishing a Master's degree (1977),she won the title Mgr. (1978). She completed postgraduate studies in university pedagogy (1989), external doctorate (1990) and habilitation (2013). Lectures journalistic genres in the press, ethnically and compatriot journalism basics of state and law etc. She is a member of the editorial board of the journal Questions of journalism,a member of the Slovak Syndicate of Journalists and Social Committee, the secretary of the association Slovakia-Ukrainian Society, the President of the Association MASS-MEDA-Science, a member of the Advisory Group and also a member of the expert group Plenipotentiary for National Minorities.
Mgr. Denisa Šúlovská, PhD.
Denisa Šulovská, Erasmus coordinaor for Department of Languages, has been working at the department since 1996. She teaches mainly English for Political Scientists and Academic English. She is the author of several publications and textbooks, the most notable of which are English for Political Scientists 1 and 2. In her research she focuses mainly on various aspects of ESP and EAP teaching.
Prof. PhDr. Jela Steinerová, PhD.
Jela Steinerová is a professor of Library and Information Science and head of the Department of LIS, Faculty of Arts, Comenius University in Bratislava. She is a co-ordinator for international relations at the Department. Her main topics of interest are human information behaviour, information science theory and methodology. She has headed several research projects (VEGA, APVV, DELOS) and published several monographs and a number of publications. She is a member of international journal editorial boards and professional boards of conferences (ECIL, CoLIS, ISIC). She presents at international conferences. Recently she has been a member of the international ENWI expert group project and regularly organizes international conferences Information Interactions.
Prof. Marián Zouhar, PhD.
Professor Zouhar studies as a post-gradual student in philosophy, Institute of Philosophy of Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava from 1996 to 2000. In 2006, she starts her habilitation, “Forms of Reference” in the Faculty of Arts, Comenius University in Bratislava. From 2013 to 2017, as the principal investigator, she conducted a research project focusing on the Analytical Methods in Social Sciences and Humanities.
doc. Vlasta Konečná, PhD.
Doc. PhDr. Eva Chudinová, PhD.
She studied Journalism at the Faculty of Arts of Comenius University (1982). From 1982 to 2001, she worked as an editor, moderator, editor-in-chief, deputy editor-in-chief of Radio Regina Bratislava. From 2002 to 2003 she worked as a journalist and director of the Information Protection Center at the National Labor Inspectorate. From 2003 to 2010, she was the spokesperson of the City of Bratislava Municipality, and from 2010 to 2012, as a speaker of the Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic.
Since 2002, she has also been a university pedagogue, until 2006 at the Faculty of Mass Communication of UCM in Trnava. She teaches the subject of Radio and Television Journalism, currently teaches subject Speaker.
The theme of regional television has been dedicated since 2006 when she became the project manager for the creation of an independent metropolitan television by HM SR as spokeswoman.
Mgr. art. Branko Ladič, PhD.
Dr. Branko Ladič studied musicology at Comenius University and conducting at Academy for Music and Performing Arts in Bratislava. He gained his PhD degree in Musicology with Vladimír Zvara at Comenius University in 2011, with a thesis on the operatic work of Richard Strauss. Since 2012 he is an assistant professor at Comenius University, Department of Musicology, where he teaches music theory and music analysis. He publishes papers on the history of music in the 19th and 20th centuries and on the problems of orchestration. He also works at the Slovak National Theatre, Bratislava as Assistant Conductor and Repetiteur, as well as concert pianist.
Assoc. Prof. PhDr. Mária Matulčíková, CSc.
She is an associate professor in Education Science. She habilitated with extensive habilitation thesis on progressive and alternative schools and their contribution to the reform of education. In the scientific work she deals with issues of innovation in school education, school class management and social curriculum. She also deals with models of internal reform of school and education. She leads students in the creation of bachelor, diploma and dissertation thesis.
Assoc. Prof. Michal Chabada, PhD.
Pavol Baboš, M.Sc., PhD.
Assoc. Prof. PhDr. Mária Bratská, CSc.
Assoc. Prof. PhDr. Milica Schraggeová, PhD. is at the department of psychology of the FiF UK. Her primary focus involves Personality psychology. She teaches the courses Personality psychology I., II. , on bacelor level and on Master level Personality psychology III.,and Psychological aspects of unemeployment. Her research was focused on topic of relation of life events, affective personality defects and risk evaluation and handling, such questions as self and identity. She focuses on problem of connecting personality characteristics and work behaviour. She was a responsible member of research team in many project. She presented the research results of these tasks at international and local conferences and published in current-contents journals. She is author of the monograph Unemployment in psychological connections (Psychoprof, 2011).
Assoc. Prof. PhDr. Milica Schraggeová, CSc.
PhDr. Roman Sehnal, PhD.
Assoc. Prof. Bohdan Ulašin, PhD.
Bohdan ulašin (1979) is a professor in Romance languages at the Department of Romance Languages, Faculty of Philosophy of Comenius University in Bratislava. He has participated in several national and international conferences and has been the main invesitgator of several projects. His research interests are etymology, grammar, contrastive lexicology and semantics (Spanish-Slovak). He has published, among others, a monograph of eslavismos in Spanish and has been conducted a selection of Slovak tales oral tradition.
Mgr. Lenka Cinková. PhD.
Assoc. Prof. PhDr. Katarína Bednárová, CSc.
Prof. PhDr. Katarína Bednárová, PhD. has been working in the Institute of Literary Scholarship of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, later in the Institute of World Literature and at the Department of Slavic Studies, Marc Bloch University in Strasbourg.
Currently, she gives lectures about the history of French literature of the 20th century, the theory of literature and translation at the Comenius University in Bratislava at the Department of Romance Studies and also leads seminars of literary translation and criticism. She was a head of research project in the Institute of World Literature SAS in the field of theory and history of translation. Several studies of this project were published in collective monographs (The Questions of Theory and History of Translation in Slovakia I, II, III, 1993, 1994, 1995) and in different volumes of the series. The Short History of Literary Translation in Slovakia. Katarína Bednárová is the author of an extensive chapter French Literature of the Second Half of the Twentieth century in the collective monograph, The History of French Literature (1995) and author of the first volume of the monograph The History of Literary Translation in Slovakia I. From the Sacral to the Profane (2013) parallely created for the research project in INALCO in Paris. She has published numerous scientific studies in Slovakia and France (1977-2013) and has been an active translator of French literature (B. Vian, S. Beckett, M. Tournier, F. Arrabal, L.-F. Céline, A. Ernaux, A. Chedid, H. Cixous et autres).
Publishing company Causa editio, of which she was a head in the years 1992-2004, published also the book of interviews about the language, literature and translation with the writer Alfonz Bednár with the title From the Interviews or Edele and Other Things of this World.
Assoc. Prof. Ľubor Matejko, PhD.
Professor Matejko is the head of the Department of Russian and East European Studies since 2000. His researches and courses include: Church Slavonic literature, 18th century Russian literature, contemporary literature of Eastern Europe, history of Russia and Eastern Europe.
He is the president of the Commission on the History of Slavic Studies working by the International Committee of Slavists and his current international project is about Visegrad Eastern Partnership Literary Award.
PhDr. Alica Kulihová, PhD.
Mgr. Stanislava Kuzmová, PhD.
She deals with medieval history of Central European region with focus on interdisciplinary study of religiosity, saints’ cults, hagiography, preaching and manuscript codices. She specializes mostly in high and late medieval period, and Jagiellonians in Central Europe. She is the author of monograph Preaching Saint Stanislaus. Medieval Sermons on Saint Stanislaus of Cracow, His Image and Cult (Warsaw: DiG, 2013), awarded Stefan Krzysztof Kuczyński Prize for best publication in historical sources and auxiliary sciences in Poland in 2014. She worked on international collaborative projects at Central European University in Budapest (ESF project Symbols that Bind and Break Communities) and at the University of Oxford (ERC project Jagiellonians: Dynasty, Memory and Identity in Central Europe), and was on numerous study and research stays abroad.
Zuzana Popovičová Sedláčková, PhD.
PhDr. Anna Kruláková, CSc.
PhDr. Eva Laiferová, CSc.