Prof. PhDr. Mgr. Tomáš Knoz, Ph.D.

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Field of study: Czech History

supervisor of doctoral students

  • Vladimír Březina (graduate 2008, topic: The Moravian Knigthood in the Early Modern Times)
  • Blanka Čechová (graduate 2012, topic: Polish-Habsburg Relations in the Times of Ferdinand III. and Ladislaus IV: Dynastic Diplomacy and Pledge Possession of Estate of Třeboň)
  • Jiří David (graduate 2015, topic: The Provincial Politics and State Finance in 17th Century Moravia)
  • Jan Dvořák (graduate 2013, topic: Non-Royal Town in Early Modern Era in Relations to the Manorial Authorities and Rural Background (Svitavy in the 17th Centrury))
  • Radim Jež (graduate 2016, topic: The Last of the Piast Dynasty of Těšín. The Duke Dynasty in the Renaissance, Mannerism, and Early Baroque)
  • Pavel Kocman (topic: The political, economic and social situation of Jews in Moravia during the Thirty Years War)
  • Miroslava Kundratová
  • Zdeněk Mrázek
  • Tomáš Parma (graduate 2010, topic: Francis Cardinal Dietrichstein, Bishop of Olomouc, and His Rapports With the Roman Curia)
  • Stanislav Výtisk (topic: The land offices in 16th century Opava)
Field of study: General History

supervisor of doctoral students

  • Jiří Jordánek (topic: The inner world of Moravian aristocracy in 1740-1790)
  • Vojtěch Kroužil (topic: Missions of Two Branches of the Habsburg Dynasty in the Second Half of the 16th Century)
  • Stanislav Luska (topic: Adam Dietrichstein and the internal Habsburg diplomacy in the third quarter of the 16th century)
  • Jan Pavlíček (graduate 2015, topic: Gian Gaston de' Medici and his Stay in Bohemia)