Česká historiografie a svět
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CZECH HISTORIOGRAPHY AND THE WORLD
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This article declares that Czech historiography is a?relatively unknown entity in the world (with the exception of neighbouring countries and specialised researchers on Czech history). This is true despite the fact that the generation of living classical researchers created outstanding works even in the period of the Communist regime and the fact that in the recent two decades an advanced infrastructure of the discipline emerged alongside a?solid organizational inclusion in the international framework of historical sciences. This article summarises the positives and negatives of the contemporary situation. It places exceptional emphasis upon 1. Preparation of fundamental starting materials (syntheses, compendia, scientific encyclopaedias) upon which foreign Bohemian studies researchers may draw when establishing a?bridge between Czech historiography and the world; 2. Continuity of translation of important monographs and their introduction into the Euro-American distribution network; 3. The emergence of the middle and younger generations whose most able representatives are achieving remarkable results, which are being accepted abroad; 4. Participation at world congresses of historical sciences.
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