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Kateřina Kolářová

Mgr. Kateřina Kolářová, Ph.D.

Mgr. Kateřina Kolářová, Ph.D.


Oborové zaměření: Feminist Cultural Studies, Critical Theory, Disability studies, Intersectionality, Theories of Body and Embodiment, Queer Theory/LGBTQ Studies, Queer Film, Medical Anthropology, Biopolitics, Neoliberalism, Post-socialist studies, Post-colonial studies


Kontakt a konzultační hodiny:

Viz SIS.


Vyučované kurzy:

Viz SIS.


Teaching experience (2007-present)


Graduate


GLBTQ Film studies and Transnational Cultures (collaborative project between Department of Gender studies, Faculty of Humanities, Prague and George Washington University, Washington, D.C., from 2008-present)


Intersectional Feminist Disability Studies


Feminist Cultural Studies and Feminist Methodologies


Cultural Representations of Disability


Impairment?, Disability?: Engaging with the Social Science Models of Disability


Imagined Communities and Discourses of AIDS/HIV


Cultural politics of Immunity and AIDS


Monstrous Bodies


Readings in Biopolitics


University of Vienna: Neoliberal Forms of Biopolitics


University of Vienna: Queering Queer Theory


University of Vienna: Intersectional Disability Studies


Goethe Universität, Frankfurt am Main: Cultural Representations of Bodily Difference and Disability


Frei Universität, Berlin: Victorian Masculinities


Undergraduate


Introduction to Cultural Studies (2007-2011)


Film and Literary Representation of Disability (2010-2011)


Gender Discourse Analysis (2005-2007)

   

Vzdělání:


Ph.D., 2007

Filozofická fakulta UK v Praze 

Katedra anglistiky a amerikanistiky


Mgr., 2001 

Filozofická fakulta UK v Praze

Katedra anglistiky a amerikanistiky


Visiting professirship, adjunct affiliations:


WS 2011: Visiting Professor, Institut für Politikwissenschaft, Universität Wien


May 2013: Erasmus exchange, Visiting Lecturer, Gender Research Office, Universität Wien


May 2012: Erasmus Mundus – Master in Special Education Needs (SEN), visiting lecturer


SS 2009: Adjunct, Institute for English and American Studies, Department of Philologies, Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität, Frankfurt am Main, Germany


SS 2005: Adjunct, Institute for English Language and Literature, Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany


Publikační činnost:


Monograph-in-Progress

The Inarticulate/Inarticulable Post-Socialist Crip and Capitalist Rehabilitations (A Working title)


Refereed Books:


Neoliberal Challenges to Disability (edited volume in preparation)


Jinakost - postižení - kritika: společenské konstrukty nezpůsobilosti a hendikepu: antologie textů z oboru disability studies. [Alterity—Disability—Critique: The Disability Theory Reader] Vyd. 1. Praha: Sociologické nakladatelství (SLON), 2012. 581 s.


Gender and Generation. Interdisciplinary Perspectives and Intersections. Eds. Kateřina Kolářová, and Věra Sokolová, Praha: Litteraria Pragensia, 2007.


“Tělesná jinakost” jako kategorie historické analýzy. Tematické číslo


Dějiny-Teorie-Kritika, [“Concepts of Disability and Embodied Difference in Historical Perspective”. Special Issue of Dějiny-Teorie-Kritika, Guest editor with  Lucie Storchová] 8.2. (2011): 183-309


Articles in Refereed Journals:


“The Inarticulate Post-Socialist Crip. On the Cruel Optimism of Neoliberal Transformations in the Czech Republic” Cripistemologies. Special Issue of The Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies (JLCDS), Guest Editors: Merri Lisa Johnson and Robert McRuer (expected publication Spring 2014, in print)


“Gender jako analytická kategorie pro porozumění sexuálnímu obtěžování”. Gender - rovné příležitosti - výzkum, 2011, 12(2), (společně s Irenou Smetáčkovou a Petrem Pavlíkem), Gender, rovné příležitosti, výzkum, 12.2. (2011): s. 75-85.


“Historie jednoho štastného manželství". Rehabilitovaná jinakost, normativní identity Havelocka Ellise a jejich konstitutivní "druhé". Dějiny-Teorie-Kritika. 8.2. (2011): 261-288.


“Performing the Pain: Opening the (Crip) Body for (Queer) Pleasures”. Review of Disability Studies. International Journal. 6. 3. (2010): 44-52.


“Diskurs rizika v prevenci AIDS/ HIV”. Gender - rovné příležitosti - výzkum, 2009, 10(1), s. 16-25


“(Mis)Remembered Me: Symonds as ‘the Homosexual’? Troubles with Memory and Sex.” Iterationen: Geschlecht im kulturellen Gedächtnis. Eds. Anja Schwarz and Sabine Mueller. Querelles. Jahrbuch für Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung. 13 (2008): 111-132.              


“Memoirs of John Addington Symonds (1840-1893): Dilemmas and Predicaments of Autobiographic Remembering.” Iterationen: Geschlecht im kulturellen Gedächtnis. Eds. Anja Schwarz and Sabine Mueller. Querelles. Jahrbuch für Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung. 13 (2008): 217-236.           


“Epistemologies and Practices of the (‘Aberrant’) Self: John Addington Symonds’ Discursive Struggles with the “Truth about Himself””. Litteraria Pragensia. Transcultural Express. 18.3. (2008): 28-58.


Refereed Books:


Neoliberal Challenges to Disability (edited volume in preparation)


Book Chapters:


“‘Death by Choice, Life by Privilege: Biopolitical Circuits of Vitality and Debility in the Times of Empire” Foucault and Government of Disability, edited by Shelley Tremain and under contract with The University of Michigan Press (expected publication 2014; second and enlarged edition)


“The AIDS-ed perestroika: discourses of gender in negotiations of ideological consensus in late-socialist Czechoslovakia”, Transformations of Gender Culture in Czechoslovakia 1948-1989. Eds. Hana Havelková, Libora Oates-Indruchová, Routledge: London (in print, exp. publication 2014)


“Homosexuální „asociál“ a jeho zavirované tělo: vir HIV a nemoc AIDS v socialistickém diskurzu (Československo 1983–89)” Miluji tvory svého pohlaví. Homosexualita v dějinách a společnosti českých zemí. Eds. Pavel Himl, Jan Seidl and Franz Schindler.  Praha: Argo, 2013, 411-452


“Normal? Disabled? Words simple as the A-B-C”, perspectives from Disability Art, Disabled by Normality, Exhibition Catalogue, DOX: Prague (In print)


“Affective Politics of Neoliberal Exceptionalism and Disability Politics in the Czech Republic.” Export-Import-Transport: Queer Theory, Queer Critique and Activism in Motion. Eds. Sushila Mesquita, Maria Katharina Wiedlack, Katrin Lasthofer. Wien: Zaglossus e.U. 2012, pp. 261-279


“How Sam Became a Father, Became a Citizen: Scripts of Neoliberal Inclusion of Disability”. Hegemony and Heteronormativity: Revisiting 'The Political' in Queer Politics. Eds. Maria do Mar Castro Varela, Nikita Dhawan and Antke Engel. Farnham: Ashgate Publishers. pp. 121-142.


“‘O (ne)způsobilém sexu a technologiích normality. K intersekci kategorií genderu, sexuality a `mentálního hendikepu” Mezi Obzory: Gender v Interdisciplinární perspektivě. Ed. Blanka Knotková-Čapková. Praha: Gender Studies, pp.177-188. (in Czech)


“Sexual and Gender Motivated Harassment at Czech Universities: Incidence, Perception and Implications for Sexual Ethics” (Co-Authored with Petr Pavlík and Irena Smetáčková). Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll Eds. H. Gavin and J. Bent. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press. pp. 77-86.


“‘Crip it!’: Cultural Representations of (Physical) Disability and Their Contemporary Transformations”. Path to Gender: European Historical Perspectives on Women and Men. Eds. Carla Salvaterra and Berteke Waaldijk, Pisa: Pisa University Press, Edizioni Plus. pp. 72-78.


“Vergeschlechtlichte Metaphern von Behinderung: zur Intersektionalität von Geschlecht und Behinderung”. Körperkonstruktionen und Geschlechtermetaphern. Zum Zusammenhang von Rhetorik und Embodiment. Eds. Marlen Bidwell-Steiner and Veronika Zangl. Innsbruck/Wien/Bozen: StudienVerlag. Pp. 77-99.


 “The Event” of Death and (De)Generation: AIDS and Representation of Motherwork”, Gender and Generation. Interdisciplinary Perspectives and Intersections. Eds. Kateřina Kolářová and Věra Sokolová. Prague: Litteraria Pragensia. pp.129-150.


“Me and my Love. Diaries of Michael Field, Works and Days.Vztahy, jazyky, tela. Ed. Heczkova Libuse, Praha: FHS. Pp. 405-424. (in Czech)


Reference Articles:


“Dis/Ability.” ABC der Alternativen 2.0. Eds. Ulrich Brand et al. Hamburg: VSA-Verlag.


Handbooks:


What is Sexual Harrasment and how to deal with it. A Handbook for students of Higher education. Co-authored with Irena Smetáčková and Petr Pavlík. FHS: Prague. (in Czech)


Sexual harassment at Czech universities:  incidence, perception and prevention. A Handbook for Universities. Co-authored with Irena Smetáčková and Petr Pavlík. FHS: Prague. (in Czech)


2006 a dříve:


"Unternehmerinnen und dennoch "Frauen". Frauen und dennoch "Unternehmerinnen"? Strategien der (geschlechtlichen) (Selbst)präsentation erfolgreicher Frauen-Unternehmerinnen in Tschechien in der Zeit des wirtschaftlichen Wandels, in Genus öconomicum. Ökonomie der Geschlechterverhältnisse. Meike Lemke et al. (Hg.) UVK: Konstanz, 2006. 233-246.


"Hledání lesbického hlasu." In Souvislosti: revue pro literaturu a kulturu. Homosexualita v kultuře 4/2003: 95-104.


"Celý život jsem čekala na jednadvacáté století." Interview s Jeanette Winterson o možnostech překročit hranice genderu. In Souvislosti: revue pro literaturu a kulturu. Homosexualita v kultuře 4/2003: 105-108


"Válečný příběh jedné lásky." (Recenze Aimee a Jaguar Eriky Fischer). In Souvislosti: revue pro literaturu a kulturu. Homosexualita v kultuře 4/2003: 356-359.


"Anglický katolický román." In Souvislosti: Revue pro literaturu a kulturu. Řím ("Rom"). 2/2002: 55-75.


Fellowships, grants, and awards


2013: Aktion: The Czech-Austrian fund awarded in support of De-colonising Disability studies conference (Prague September 2013); international cooperation between Charles University and University of Vienna, Austria.


2013-2015: Biological citizenship: forms of governance and resistance to biomedical knowledge in the Czech Republic; research grant awarded by Czech Science Foundation (GAČR 13-18411S)


2009-2011: Cultural Representations of Disability and its Transformations; research grant awarded by Grant Agency of Czech Academy of Science (KJB 908080902)


January-December 2011: Gender as a tool of interdisciplinary Analysis; member of the research team, internal-grant awarded by School of Humanities, Charles University


January-December 2010: Disability and Bodily Difference in Interdisciplinary Perspective: internal-grant awarded by School of Humanities; Tutor of students’ participation


January-September 2009: Fellowship at Center of Excellence Cultural Foundations of Integration, Universität Konstanz


January 2008-December 2009: Sexual harassment at Czech universities: incidence, perception and prevention; research grant awarded by Ministry of Education of the Czech republic; member of research team; project with students’ participation


September 2004-July 2005: School Integration of Roma Children in Hungary and Austria; international student research project funded by Studiekolleg zu Berlin.


January-August 2004: Baden-Württemberg Fellowship, Universität Konstanz


July-December 2003: Research Fellowship DAAD, Freie Universität Berlin


Invited international presentations (since 2009)


• a fuller CV listing also the invited presentations and lectures in Czech is available upon request


“‘Biopolitical Situation’ of an Empire and Self-Technologies of Life and Death” an invited lecture in a series organized by Referat für Geschlechterforschung, Universität Wien, 28 May 2013


“Cruising for a crip(topia) in the context of neoliberal transformations of the Czech republic” Cripistemologies: a disability studies mini-conference, one-day conference organized by NYU, 19 April 2013


Address at Workshop Quo Vadis Cultural Studies? Co-organised by Humboldt Universität zu Berlin and Universität Potsdam, 3 November 2012


“ Affective Politics of Neoliberal Exceptionalism and Cruel Optimism” Keynote address at Culture, Disability, Theory –?Encounters between Disability Studies and Cultural Studies organized by IDIS: International Research Unit Disabilty Studies at Universität zu Köln, October 2012


“The Asocial Body of the Contagion: Discourses of AIDS and HIV in the Socialist Czechoslovakia”, lecture at University of California, Berkeley; August 2012


“Politics of Immunity in Socialist Czechoslovakia”, invited lecture in a series organized by Referat für Geschlechterforschung, Universität Wien, 17 December 2011


“Disabled Sex and Technologies of Normality” invited presentation at the meeting of SDC: Sexuality and Disability Consortium, Department of Disability and Human Resources, University of Illinois at Chicago, July 2011


“Affective politics of Neoliberal Exceptionalism” Keynote address at Import-Export-Transport Queer Theory, Queer Critique and Activism in Motion. International Conference organized by Referat für Geschlechterforschung, Universität Wien, 27.-28.4., 2011


“Entangling the Discourse of Choice and Autonomy in the Debate around ‘Assisted Dying’ in Representations of Severe Disability.” Talk invited and with slight moderations delivered at: Temple University, Philadelphia; George Washington University, Washington D.C.; University of Illinois at Chicago January-February 2010


“Cripping Neoliberalism: Challenges of the Neoliberal Governance of Disability” an invited lecture in a series organized by Das Zentrum für Disability Studies, Universität Hamburg, December 2009


“Queer and Crip Perspectives on the Debate on the “Right to Die’’ an invited lecture in the lecture series Jenseits der Geschlechtergrenzen at Univerzität Hamburg, October 2009


“Intersections: Gendered Metaphors of Disability” in the lecture series Körperbilder und Körpermetaphern organized by Referat für Geschlechterforschung, Universität Wien, May 2009


Conference presentations (since 2010)


“Exceptionality of disability; neoliberalism in Czech republic” SDS Annual Convention, June 2013


„The Contagious Body of Asociality: Discourses of AIDS and HIV in the Socialist Czechoslovakia” ASEEES Annual Convention, 15.-18.November 2012


“The AIDS Outbreak in the Time of Normalised Boredom”, presentation at international, 9. Österreichische Zeitgeschichtetag "Grenzenlos”, 3.-5 October 2012


“Poverty of Disability Theory”. Disability Studies Conference, Lancaster, UK 11.-13. September, 2012


“Docile bodies or Bodies of choice?: Entangling the discourse of autonomy in the debates on ‘assisted dying’” Annual convention SSHA: Social Science History Association, Boston, Mass. USA, 17-20 November, 2011


“‘Disabled Sex’ and Technologies of Normalcy: Intersections of Gender, Sexuality and Intellectual Disability/ies” presentation at the 2. Czech and Slovak Feminist Studies Conference, November 2011


“’Asociality’ and contagion: redefining socialist community” SDS Annual Convention, Philadelphia June 2010


Community lectures and events:


“Sexual Shame, Risk Discourse and Dilemmas of HIV prevention” invited lecture for Charlie, GLBTQ students’ collective of Charles University, 28 May 2012


Workshop on Including Disability in Queer Spaces; Lecture on Crip critiques of Capitalism at Queer Festival GenderFuckFest, May 2011


“Intersections of Disability and Queerness” lecture and a workshop at Queer Pride in Tabor, June 2009


Creative work:


2012-3: Co-curator of Disabled by Normality; Exhibition at DOX Centre for Contemporary Art in Prague (May 23-September 16, 2013)


Collaborative community projects:


2013-onwards: Advisory Board for Code of the Freaks (A documentary film project examining Hollywood representations of disability; WPA Collective: Salome Chasnoff, Susan Nussbaum, Alyson Patsavas and Carrie Sandhal)


2013-onwards: Founding member of Queer Oral History Project


2012-3: AIDS-HIV as (another) Form of Governmentality; an international art project collaboration, resulting in an exhibition and several talks/presentations; a member of a team


2012: Consultant for Queer Pride in Prague (for access and public events concerning disability)


Odborné recenze:


Antke Engel, Bilder von Sexualität und Ökonomie. Queere kulturelle Politiken im Neoliberalismus. Bielefeld: transcript Verlag 2009.


(společně s Anjou Schwarz). Querelles-net. Rezensionzeitschrift fuer Frauen und Geschlechterforschung. Jg. 10, Nr. 3 (2009)

http://www.querelles-net.de/index.php/qn/article/view/788/801


Jana Cvikova, Jana Juráňová, Ľubica Kobová, (edd.) - Histórie žien. Aspekty písania a čítania, Časopis Dějiny – Teorie – Kritika. I/2008


Publicistika:

2008:

“Umění jako zpětný úder.” interview s Johnem Greysonem. Týdenik A2. 3. 1, S. 7-8.


Zabíjí nezájem, ne polibky! (o AIDS Art Aktivismu) Týdenik A2. 3. S.12-13.


2007 a dříve:

Vězení (ženského) břicha (Recenze knihy (V)hodné tělo, Eve Ensler) Tydenik A2. 4. S. 14.


"To není funky." Interview s Olumide Popoola, první nositelkou ceny May Ayim Award 2004. In Literární Noviny. 14.2. 2005: 14.


Olumide Popoola. "Fragment" (literární překlad). In Literární Noviny. 14.2. 2005


"Cena May Ayim Literary" (Berlin, říjen 2004). In Literární Noviny . 22.11. 2004: 5.


"Na svůj původ jsem hrdý." Interview s Witi Ihimaerou o maorské kultuře a postkoloniální zkušenosti Nového Zélandu. In Literární Noviny. 1.3. 2004: 15.


Granty a stipendia:


2013: Aktion: The Czech-Austrian fund awarded in support of De-colonising Disability studies conference (Prague September 2013); international cooperation between Charles University and University of Vienna, Austria.


2013-2015:   Biological citizenship: forms of governance and resistance to biomedical knowledge in the Czech Republic; research grant awarded by Czech Science Foundation (GAČR 13-18411S)


2009-2011:   Cultural Representations of Disability and its Transformations; research grant awarded by Grant Agency of Czech Academy of Science (KJB 908080902)


January-December 2011: Gender as a tool of interdisciplinary Analysis; member of the research team, internal-grant awarded by School of Humanities, Charles University


January-December 2010: Disability and Bodily Difference in Interdisciplinary Perspective: internal-grant awarded by School of Humanities; Tutor of students’ participation


Leden 2009- Září 2009: Junior Fellowship na Center of Excellence Cultural Foundations of Integration, Universität Konstanz


Září 2004- Červenec 2005: Studienkolleg zu Berlin: spolecný projekt Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes a Hertie Stiftung (- v rámci tohoto stipendia členka studentského týmu, který zpracovával projekt na téma: Schulische Betreuung von Romakindern in Österreich und Hungarn).


Leden- Srpen 2004: Stipendium Baden-Württemberg, Universität Konstanz?


Červenec- Prosinec 2003: Výzkumné stipendium DAAD, Freie Universität Berlin?


Červenec 2003: Letní škola Kulturen des Performativen; Freie Universität Berlin


2000-2001: ERASMUS na University of Northumbria in Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK


1999-2000: výměnný pobyt na University of Texas, Austin, USA


Další odborné aktivity:


Associated Member of Queer institute, Berlin


International Reference Group for GEXcel International Collegium


Society for Disability Studies


ASEEES: Association for Slavic and Easter European Studies


Social Sciences History Association


Consortium Member of Bioethics, Sexuality and Gender Identity (http://www.queerbioethics.org/)


A member of working group Sexualities and Socialism (University of California, Berkeley)




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