Mgr. Julie Černá Ph.D.

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Department of Medieval Lexicography
deputee head of the Centre / scientific secretary of the Institute of Philosophy / associate researcher

Research focus

Medieval Latin Lexicography

Greek medicine, Corpus Hippocraticum

Academic websites profile ( etc.)


2006-2014: PhD. in Classical Studies, Charles University, Prague. Project: Valerius Maximus and Exemplum, supervised by doc. PhDr. Evy Kuťáková, CSc.

1999-2006: Classical Greek and Latin, Charles University, Prague. Project: Hippocratic Concept of the Physician: De medico and De decenti habitu. Translation and Commentary. (MA)

Employment history

2006- : researcher, Centre for Classical Studies at the Institute of Philosophy, CAS, Prague (Department of Medieval Lexicography) 

2019- : Scientific Secretary of the Institute of Philosophy, CAS


2019-2021: Co-researcher; GA ČR č. 19-03834S Historical Development of Meteorological Theories and Terminology in the Czech Lands (supervised by Mgr. Barbora Kocánová, Ph.D.)

2009-2012: Co-researcher, project GA ČR č. 401/09/0767, Corpus Hippocraticum in the Light of Modern Human Sciences (supervised by mgr. Hynek Bartoš, PhD.)

2008-2010: Researcher, project GAUK č. 8862/2008 Exemplum as a Rhetorical Figure in Roman Literature

2006-2008: Co-researcher, project GA ČR č. 401/06/0668 s názvem Corpus Hippocraticum and Its Importance for the Contemporary Sciences of Man (supervised by mgr. Sylva Fischerová, PhD.)

Conference papers and lectures abroad

11/2007: Oxford. Europaeum Classics Colloquium (topic: Myth, Culture and Society); paper: Valerius Maximus and the Nobility of His Time

Conference papers and lectures in the Czech Republic

10/2007: Telč. The "Laetae segetes iterum" conference, hosted by the Philosophical Faculty of Masaryk University, Brno; paper: Valerius Maximus and His Audience

2/2007: Prague. The "Hippocratic medicine in the perspective of modern medicine and human sciences" colloquium, hosted by the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague; paper: The Ideal of Hippocratic Physician (A view on medical deontology in Corpus Hippocraticum)

Memberships in academic associations and other academic bodies

Union of Classical Philologists, Prague

Current projects

Dictionary of Medieval Latin in Czech Lands

Greek Medicine, Corpus Hippocraticum

Exemplum in ancient literature, Valerius Maximus