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On Thursday 19th March 2020 at 4 p.m. - Georgia - a country of contradictions:
Presentation: Klára Pavlínová

You are invited to the following programme.

In her talk, Klara is going to share her experiences from the two trips to this wonderful country that she has taken in the past year. One of them was work-related whereas the other was merely a holiday, so she gained insight from two different perspectives.

Klára Pavlínová is the Head of the Language Department of the Faculty of Science at the University of South Bohemia. She has been teaching English all her professional life, mostly in the Czech Republic, but also in Great Britain. She loves English, travelling, volleyball, and could not live without black coffee and red wine.

Addition: 5. 02. 2020 - 15:30   
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On Thursday 2nd April 2020 at 4 p.m. - Teaching English in Japan:
Presentation: Laura Haug

You are invited to the following talk.

Fuji san, Hokusai, ocha, ikebana, sushi, shodo, kimonos, Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines ... These are some of the well-known Japanese icons that fascinate Europeans. But what is it like to live and work in Japan? I will be happy to share my impressions with you.

Laura Haug teaches Academic English at the Faculty of Science of the University of South Bohemia. She arrived in South Bohemia the year before Czechoslovakia ceased to exist. She had planned to stay only a couple of years before moving on, but … she is still here in the heart of Europe.

Addition: 5. 02. 2020 - 15:28   
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On Tuesday 28th April 2020 at 3 p.m. - Beltane Fire Festival:
Presentation: Natalie Czaban

You are invited to the following programme.

Why do so many people still celebrate Celtic festivals in Edinburgh?
As a participant in many years of Celtic celebrations in Edinburgh, Natalie will present the story behind these fun, creative festivals as well as their history in Edinburgh and the ritual and spiritual ideas they are founded upon. We will reflect on what can be gained from rituals which
respect the earth and will hear tales of the adventures of the Green Man, the May Queen, the mischievous red men, the wise white women, the beastie drummers.....and more!

Natalie Czaban teaches Academic English and Intercultural Communication at the University of South Bohemia. She enjoys experiencing other cultures.

Addition: 5. 02. 2020 - 15:28   
You can register at our activities HERE