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Curriculum Vitae

Name and Surname: Slavomír Horák

Degree: Ph.D.

Sex: M

Date of Birth: 15th November 1976

Citizenship: Czech Republic

Nationality: Czech

Permanent Address: Vršni 795/35, Prague 8, 182 00

Mobile Phone: + 420 602 495 454

E-mail: slavomir.horak@post.cz

WWW presentation: http://www.slavomirhorak.net

 

Education:

2002-2007

PhD. at Charles University Prague, Faculty of Social Sciences, The Institute of International Studies

Subject of Study: International Area Studies

Subject of PhD. research: Russia-Central Asia Mutual Llinks within Geopolitical Context.

1998-2002

M. A. at Charles University Prague, Faculty of Social Sciences, The Institute of International Studies

Subject of Study: Russian and Eastern European Studies

1997-2000

Charles University Prague, Faculty of Arts

Subject of Study: History and Culture of Islamic Countries - Turcology

Not graduated

1995-1998

B. A. at The University of Hradec Králové, Faculty of Management and Information Technology

Subject of Study: Tourism with Extended Language Studies

1991-1995

Secondary Grammar School Pardubice

 

Stays abroad:

2014 Alexanteri Institute, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Central Asian Fellowship (1 month)
2012-2013 School of Avanced ad International Studies, John Hopkins University, Washigton DC, Fulbright scholarship (6 months)
2008-2010 Tbilisi Institute of Asia and Africa, Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia (2 years)

2007

Institute for Public Policy, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. (1 month)

2004

Moscow State University, Institute of Asian and African Countries;  Dprt. of Iranian Philology, Dprt. of Political Sciences of Oriental Countries. (3 months)

2003

Dehkhoda International Center for Persian Studies, Teheran (2 months)

2001-2002

Moscow State university, Institute of Asian and African Countries;  Dprt. of Iranian Philology, Dprt. of Political Sciences of Oriental Countries. (5 months)

2000

Tomer Language School, Istanbul, Tömer course certificate (1 month)

1999

Moscow State University, Institute of Asian and African Studies;  Dprt. of Iranian Philology, Dprt. of Political Sciences of Oriental Countries, Dprt. of Turkic Philology. (4 months)

 

 

 

Other qualifications:

1995

Tourist Guide License

1994

Driving license

 

Job Experience

    Permanent

2007-

Lecturer, The University of Economics Prague (Geography of Tourism)

2005-

Research Fellow, Charles University Prague, Institute for International Studies (specialization on contemporary Central Asia and Eurasia)

2004-2007

2002-2003

Lecturer, Higher School of Business Prague (Geography of Tourism)

2002-2003

Teacher, University of Hradec Kralove, Faculty of Management and Information Technologies (Russian language)

2002-2003

Lecturer, Higher Specialized School (Geography of Tourism)

1998-2001

Lecturer, Higher School of Tourism Arita Prague (Technology of Tourism, Geography of Tourism)

1993-1996  

External Journalist - Sport Department of Newspaper "Pernštejn" (Pardubice)


    Others

2001

Tyrkys School of Tourism Business Culture Prague - lecturer (geography of tourism)

2001

Internet journal of Post-soviet and Balkan studies Euroasian Express - internal redactor for Central Asia

1994, 1996, 1998, 2000

Guide and Interpreter during Festivals of Academic Choirs IFAS Pardubice

1998

Festival of Academic Choirs in Mendoza (Argentina) - interpreter Spanish-Czech

1995-1998

Various travel agencies - tourist guide, clerk

1995

Information center of Czech Railways Prague Main Station - information clerk

 

 

 

Interests and Activities

    Traveling: Expeditions to Post-Soviet Countries and Middle East

    Sports: Skiing, Hiking

    Bard music (Russian and Czech), Classical music

 

Languages

 

LANGUAGE READING WRITING SPEAKING NOTE
Czech excellent excellent excellent mother language
Russian excellent good excellent

rich practical skills

B.A. state exam, 1998

English excellent good good B.A. state exam, 1998
Persian fair poor fair  
Turkish fair poor fair Tömer Language School, 1-B
French good poor fair  
Spanish good fair good  
Polish good poor poor  

Other languages partially understood: Tajik, Turkmen, Ukrainian, Serbian

 

References:

Jiří Vykoukal, Ass. Prof., Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague), e-mail: jiri.vykoukal@post.cz.

Eduard Gombár, Prof., Faculty of Arts, Charles University Prague, gombar@seznam.cz. 

Jiří Štýrský, Ass. Prof., Faculty of Management and Information Technologies, University Hradec Králové, jiri.styrsky@uhk.cz.