Mgr. Michal Schwarz, Ph.D.

Head, Department of Vietnamese Studies

Correspondence Address:
Arna Nováka 1/1, 602 00 Brno

Office: bldg. J/J.212
Jaselská 201/18
602 00 Brno

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Phone: +420 549 49 5874
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Curriculum Vitae

Person-Related Identification Information
  • Michal Schwarz, Brno, Czech Republic, Europe
  • Department of Vietnamese Studies
    Asia Studies Center
    Masaryk University, Faculty of Arts
    Jaselská 18
    60200 Brno
    Czech Republic
Employment - Position
  • Assistant Professor, head
Education and Academic Qualifications
  • 2013-: General Linguistics, Study for Ph.D., Masaryk University - Faculty of Arts
    2005-2013: Indo-European Comparative Linguistics, Ph.D., Masaryk University - Faculty of Arts
    2004-2010: Philosophy - Chinese Philology, Bc. study completed without final exams, Palacky University - Faculty of Arts
    1998-2005: Philosophy - Science of Religions, Mgr., Masaryk University - Faculty of Arts
  • 2019-: Department of Vietnamese Studies - Asia Studies Center - Masaryk University, Assistant Professor
    2012-2018: Department of Linguistics and Baltic Languages - Masaryk University, Assistant, from 2013 Assistant Professor
    2009-2011: Centre for Interdisciplinar Research into Ancient Languages and Early Stages of Modern Languages - Masaryk University, Specialist
Teaching Activities
  • Languages of China, History of Mongolia; Establishisng and teaching of new courses for Vietnamese Studies: languages, history, geography and economy of Vietnam and Southeast Asian countries.
Scientific and Research Activities
  • Tocharian languages, Altaic languages, languages of China, Vietnam and Southeast Asia, history of Mongolia

    1) Mongolic Languages and History of Mongolian Nations, 2009
    2) Chinese and Languages of Neighbouring Nations from Past to the Present, 2010
    3) Languages of China: Description, Distribution, Classification, 2011
    4) Writing of the History of Mongolia for Nakladatelství Lidové noviny Publishing House and Examples of Rare Mongolian Manuscripts, 2012
    5) Indo-European Language Interference in Central Asia and China, GACR, 2012-2015
    6) Languages of Southeast Asia and languages of Siberia - establishing of new lectures at Masaryk University, 2013
    7) Vietnamese from the point of view of comparative linguistics - introductory study, 2014
    8) Creation of new lectures for establishing of Vietnamese studies at Masaryk University - history of vietnam and history of research of Vietnamese, 2015
    9) Altaic hypothesis - arguments, counter-arguments and improvement of their exactitude, 2015-2017
    10) Creations of new lectures about Geography of Vietnam and Southeast Asia for new study program: Vietnamese Studies, 2017
    11) Creation of new lectures about Economy of Vietnam and Southeast Asian countries, 2018
    12) Mongolian ritual manuscripts in a Czech collection - their edition, history and Central Asian roots, 2019-2021
  • Lanzhou University, China: 2006-2007
    National University of Mongolia: 2008/3 months, 2009/2 months, 2010/2 months, 2011/2 months, 2012/4 months, 2014/3 months, 2015/2 months, from 2016 annually 2 or 3 months
    Moscow State University - Insitut of Asian and African Countries: 2009/1 month in November and December
    Vienna University (Aktion): 2010/4 months
    Vietnam National University in Ho Chi Minh city: 2013/2 months, 2014/3 months, 2015/3 months, 2016/3 months, 2017/3 months, 2018/2 months Kangwon National University, South Korea: 2017/9 days, 2018/3 weeks
    Jeju National University, South Korea: 2018/1 month, 2019/3 weeks
    Erasmus+ ICM Staff Training: Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology – Department of Earth Resources and Environment: 2018/2 weeks
    Erasmus+ ICM Staff Training: National University of Mongolia - Faculty of Social Sciences: 2019/1 week
University Activities
  • Accreditation of Vietnamese Studies
Awards Related to Science and Research
  • Scholarship of Jan Hus Educational Foundation for the year 2006/2007


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