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Mgr. Petr Plecháč, Ph.D. & Ph.D.

Petr Plecháč's spheres of interest are quantitative and corpus verse studies; he predominantly focuses on automatic verse analysis and frequency characteristics of versified texts.

PhDr. Robert Kolár, Ph.D.

Robert Kolár's spheres of interest are theory and history of the Czech verse of the 19th and 20th centuries.

Mgr. Jakub Říha, Ph.D.

Jakub Říha's spheres of interest are history of verse, rhyme, and strophe theories. The core of his research lies in the post-1850s poetry (Hálek, Neruda, Vrchlický). Methodologically, he builds on the tradition of Czech structuralism, drawing inspiration from the French metric studies as well (B. de Cornulier).

PhDr. Dalibor Dobiáš, Ph.D.

Dalibor Dobiáš's sphere of interest is early National Revival poetry, and he particularly focuses on the tensions among its cultural motivations, the potential accumulated from the previous centuries, that-time translation tendencies, and, last but not least, on its language specificities.
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This website was created with support of the Czech Science Foundation as part of the P406/11/1825 (The History and Theory of the 19th Century Czech Verse) and 17-01723S (Stylometric Analysis of Poetic Texts) projects and with support aiming at a long-term, conception-based development of a research institution (no. 68378068).
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