Bc. Eliška Šolcová
- Roman literature (especially of the early Empire)
- theatricality of Roman culture
- translations of Roman poetry
since 2018: MA, FF UK, Theatre Studies, Latin Language and Literature
2014–2018: BA, FF UK, Theatre Studies, Latin Language and Literature, BA thesis: Epistulae Heroidum, or else Six Ancient Heroines for Contemporary Stage
since March 2021: Centre for Classical Studies, Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences, research assistant
Fellowships and research stays
27 July – 6 August 2016: J.A.C.T. Latin Summer School at Wells Cathedral School, Wells, UK (two weeks)
Conference papers and lectures abroad
23–25 November 2017: Evropaeum 2017 Classics Colloquium: Past and Present: How the Moderns Create Myths and Apologia from the Classics, Ravenna, Italy; paper: "Otomar Krejča’s Oedipus – Antigone (1971). When You Cannot Be Silent Anymore"
Conference papers and lectures in the Czech Republic
30 November – 2 December 2017: Colloquium ROMA AVREA MMXVII: Ovidian Contexts and Inspiration, Prague; paper (with Mgr. Eliška Poláčková, Ph.D.): "Theatricality of the Heroides"
28 March 2017: Student Scientific Conference, The Department of Latin Language and Culture, Ostrava; paper: "Epistulae Heroidum, or else Six Ancient Heroines for Contemporary Stage"
Honors and awards
2019: 10th Václav Königsmark’s Award: 2nd place, category: BA thesis ("Epistulae Heroidum, or else Six Ancient Heroines for Contemporary Stage"