Alena Marková

Alena Marková
Charles University in Prague | CUNI · Department of Historical Studies, Faculty of Humanities

PhD

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Introduction
Historian, Assistant Professor of the Department of Historical Studies, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University (Czech Republic). Associate Editor of the Journal of Belarusian Studies (Brill). Long-term research of national processes in Central and Eastern Europe: nationalism, nation-building, post-soviet (-socialist) transformation, Soviet and Post-Soviet history, neo-nationalism and the new wave of national emancipation, language planning and language policy in post-soviet countries
Additional affiliations
January 2016 - September 2016
CET Academic Programs
Position
  • Lecturer
January 2011 - present
Charles University in Prague
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
September 2007 - May 2011
Charles University in Prague
Field of study
  • History

Publications

Publications (19)
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The article deals with the processes and mechanisms of nation-building and identity formation in the framework of the nationality policy of Belarusization as it took place in the Belarusian Soviet Socialist Republic (BSSR) during the period from 1924 to 1929. The article argues that the processes of the Belarusian nation-building and nation-formati...
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Кніга з’яўляецца першым абагульняльным даследаваннем нацыянальнай палітыкі беларусізацыі (1924–1929) і звязаных з ёю працэсаў фармавання сучаснай беларускай нацыі. Аўтар аналізуе прычыны поспехаў і няўдач беларусізацыйных мерапрыемстваў, узаемаадносіны ўлады і нацыянальнай эліты, разглядае беларусізацыю дзяржаўнага апарату і сістэмы адукацыі. Значн...
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Kniha "Dějiny Běloruska" seznamuje čtenáře s nejnovějšími poznatky z oblasti starších i současných běloruských dějin. Zachycuje vývoj od dob Velkoknížectví litevského přes období Rzeczpospolité až do anexe běloruských území ruskou říší v 18. století. Zvláštní pozornost je věnována novodobým a současným dějinám 19. až 21. století: procesy formování...
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The book sheds light on processes of Belarusian nation-building and identity formation during the interwar period. It provides a complete analysis of the Soviet policy of Belarusization in interwar Belarus (1924-1929). The analysis covers issues pertaining to the formation of national identity, the incorporation of the Belarusian national language...
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The dissolution of the Soviet Union at the end of the 1980s and beginning of the 1990s sparked a wave of political and national emancipation in its republics that led to the creation of new successor states. This also applied to the former Belarusian Soviet Socialist Republic (BSSR), which declared its independence on 27 July 1990. Even before this...
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This paper will focus on the reaction of the Communist Party of Belarus (KPB) and its nomenclature elites to new political and social changes and challenges in Belarusian society, and in particular to the emergence of a new wave of national emancipation at the end of 1980s. The paper will analyze the Communist Party’s attitude and the strategies it...
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Belarusian institutional historical memory (as defined by Richard Ned Lebow) and the interpretation of Belarusian national history have experienced radical shifts in the past several decades. The first shift (1990–1994) was characterized by radical rejection of the interpretational and methodological patterns of the Soviet period, resulting in the...
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This paper aims to analyze and discuss the Soviet agitation campaigns for opening of the Belarusian schools (i.e. schools teaching in national (Belarusian) language) in Belarusian rural areas during the 1920s. These agitation campaigns were an essential part of the nationality policy of Belarusization, which was implemented in BSSR during 1924-1929...
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The paper is updated and revised version of the review published in Ab Imperio in 2016 (Ab Imperio, 2016(4), pp. 269-283). The article deals with Belarusian nationalism as the main research topic of Per Rudling´s study The Rise and Fall of Belarusian Nationalism, 1906–1931, published in 2015 in Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Press. Rudling’s...
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Артыкул знаёміць чытача з тэарэтычнымі канцэпцыямі, мадэлямі і падыходамі да вывучэння гістарычай свядомасці (чэш. historické vědomí, англ. historical consciousness), распаўсюджанымі зараз у сучасных чэшскіх гуманітарных і гістарычных даследваннях. У артыкуле аналізуюцца падыходы, метадалогія і канцэпцыі, распрацаваыя Міраславам Грохам, Йіржы Шубрт...
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The book analyzes the Soviet nationality policy of Belarusization (1924-1929) and its role in the process of formation of the modern Belarusian nation. The nationality policy of Belarusization was a unique historical process, which meant significant and intensive promotion of the national (Belarusian) language, the mother tongue of the majority of...
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This paper aims at analyzing one of the most important attempt at creating a national identity and speeding up the formation of Belarusian modern nation, the soviet nationality policy of Belarusization. Belarusization was introduced in BSSR in 1924 and it lasted until 1929. The Belarusization policy could be considered as a massive soviet support o...
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The study aims at analyzing the “Referat polskiej policji politycznej o działalności organizacji białoruskich w 1926 roku” written by the Polish State Security (Polska Policja Polityczna) in 1926. The “Referat” contains the classified information related to the regular activities of the Belarusian political organizations, parties and politicians in...
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Галоўная ўвага ў артыкуле надаецца аналізу мадэлі нацыянальнай ідэнтычнасці, прадстаўленай на старонках школьных падручнікаў па гісторыі, геаграфіі і часткова беларускай літаратуры, якія выдаваліся ў міжваеннай БССР падчас правядзення палітыкі беларусізацыі (1924-1929). Як паказвае праведзены аналіз, у аснове мадэлі нацыянальнай ідэнтычасці заходзі...
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Tento článek se věnuje rozboru dobové hospodářské a sociální situaci, ve které se ocitlo rolnictvo území tzv. Západního Běloruska v rámci Rzeczpospolité během 20. let 20. století. Tato pro rolníky často tísnivá situace se stávala nosným podkladem pro ukotvení a rozvoj běloruské politické a národní agitace, která měla radikálnější povahu a slučovala...
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Беларуска-чэшскі сборнік з канферэнцыі “Шляхі к нацыянальнаму адраджэнню: беларускі і чэшскі мадэлі”, якая адбылася ў Карлавым Універсітэце ў Празе 4-6 ліпеня 2006г., прысвячаецца асэнсоўванню шляхоў беларускага і чэшскага нацыянальнага адраджэння. У дзвюхмоўнай публікацыі выдавецтва Карлава Ўніверсітэта сабраныя артыкулы выбітных беларускіх, чэшск...

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Archived project
Interdisciplinary Conference "The Ways to National Revival: Belarusian and Czech Cases", 4th – 6th July 2006, Charles University, Prague, in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic. Output: Ivanova, A. – Tuček, J. (eds.), Cesty k národnímu obrození: běloruský a český model [The Ways to National Revival: Belarusian and Czech Cases], Praha: UK FHS, 2006, s. 415, ISBN 80-239-8444-6
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Interdisciplinary Conference "Social processes, events and historical breakthroughs from the perspective of historical sociology", June 14-15, 2019, Department of Historical Sociology, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague, the main grantee and leader of research team
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The main aim of the project activities (i.e. teaching mobility and summer school) is creating, specifying and implementing of new interdisciplinary approaches and interdisciplinary methodology of teaching and research of East European region, which could be later applied at partners universities. Eastern Europe from the Post-Socialist Perspective: Changes and Challenges, Interdisciplinary Summer School, August 24-28, 2020, Charles University, Prague (4EU+Alliance F2 project, the main grantee)