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Doc. Mgr. Tomáš Bubík, Ph.D.

BUBÍK Tomáš, Doc. Mgr. Ph.D. Associate Professor
Doc. Mgr. Tomáš Bubík, Ph.D.
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Associate Professor –

Professional guarantee and organizational agenda of the bachelor study programme Study of Religions. 

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Room: 4.23A,tř. Svobody 26,779 00 Olomouc
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Opening hours

Winter fall 2017/18

Tuesday 13:00-13:45
Thursday 12:45-13:15

E-mail: tomas.bubik@upol.cz

 

 

 

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At present I am working on a research project "Freethought, Atheism and Secularization in Central and Eastern European Countries in the 20th Century", which will result in a monograph in English. The project includes 13 countries in Central and Eastern Europe and 19 specialists in this field.

Personal Info

Research interests

History of Religions; Theory and Methodology of the Study of Religions; Christianity; Modern Forms of Atheism; Cognitive Study of Religions; Philosophy of Religion; Religion and Science

 

Membership in scientific societies and organizations

President of the Czech Society for the Study of Religions (since 2015)

Member of the Standing Working Group of Accreditation Commission of the Ministry of Education of the Czech republic for Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies (since 2012)

Editor-in Chief of the Religious Studies journal Pantheon

Member of the editorial board of the journal Religio: revue pro religionistiku

Member of the editorial board of the journal Nomos. Kwartalnik religioznawczy

Member of the Polish Association for the Study of Religions (PTR)

Member of the Scholarly Board of the Faculty of Theology, University of South Bohemia in Czech Budejovice

 

Research grant projects

Grant OP VVV New PhD Religious Studies Programme at University Palacký Olomouc - establishment of research lab (2017-2021)

Grant OP VVV New PhD Religious Studies Programme at University Palacký Olomouc - preparation of accreditation and staffing (2017-2021)

Fulbright-Masaryk grant award for 2012 (six months stay at the Department of Religious Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara)

GAČR 401/10/0311 (2010–2013), project title: "Development of the Study of Religions in Central and Eastern Europe in the 20th Century"

GAČR 401/07/0203 (2007 – 2009), project title: "History of Czech Study of Religions¨"

 

Schedule

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Publications

Books

Tomáš Bubík, Henryk Hoffmann (eds.), Studying Religions with the Iron Curtain Closed and Open. The Academic Study of Religion in Eastern Europe, Brill Publishing House, Leiden 2015.

Tomáš Bubík, České bádání o náboženství ve 20. století, Nakladatelství Pavel Mervart: Červený Kostelec 2010. 

Tomáš Bubík, Úvod do české filozofie náboženství. 1. vyd. Pardubice: Vydavatelství Univerzity Pardubice. 2009.

Tomáš Bubík, Filosoficky o spravedlnosti. 1. vyd. Pardubice: Vydavatelství Univerzity Pardubice. 2007.

 

Selected publications and research activities (since 2010)

Tomáš Bubík, Is the Study of Religions in the Eastern Europe still behind the Iron Curtain? Response to Gregory Alles, Barbara Krawcowicz and Stefan Ragaz, Method & Theory in the Study of Religion (2017) 1-9.

Tomáš Bubík, Atheism, Agnosticism and Criticism of Religion of Robert Ingersoll in the Context of the Czech Freethinking Movement, in: American and British Studies Annual 10/2017 (accepted paper).

Tomáš Bubík, Religia i religioznawstwo w ujęciu Otakara Pertolda (1884-1965), Studia Religiologica 49 (4) 2016, 353–367.

Tomáš Bubík, Rethinking the Relationship between the Study of Religions, Theology and Religious Concerns: A Response to Some Aspects of Wiebe’s and Martin’s Paper, In:  Luther H. Martin and Donald Wiebe (eds.), Conversations and Controversies in the Scientific Study of Religion. Brill, Leiden 2016, 260–270.

Tomáš Bubík, The Czech Journey to the Academic Study of Religions: from the Critique of Religion to Its Study, In: Tomáš Bubík, Henryk Hoffmann (eds.), Studying Religions with the Iron Curtain Closed and Open. The Academic Study of Religion in Eastern Europe, Brill, Leiden 2015, 1–54.

Tomáš Bubík, Henryk Hoffmann, Preface, In: Tomáš Bubík, Henryk Hoffmann (eds.), Studying Religions with the Iron Curtain Closed and Open. The Academic Study of Religion in Eastern Europe, Brill, Leiden 2015, VII–XVII.

Tomáš Bubík, Сучасний стан релігієзнавства у Чеській Республіці, Essays on Religious Studies, Youth Association for the Study of Religions, Kyiv, 5 (2015), 7–22.

Tomáš Bubík, Akademičeskoje religiovedenie v Českoj respublike, Religiovedenie – Study of Religion 2 (2014), 163–174.

Tomáš Bubík, Relationship between Religion, Politics and Society in the First Postcommunist Decade: Czech Republic and Poland Exemple, Anthropos: Internationale Zeitschrift für Völker- und Sprachenkunde 1/109 (2014), 243–249.

Tomáš Bubík, West sees East: Cultural Stereotypes in the Czech Studies of Indian Religions in the Twentieth Century, Temenos. Nordic Journal of Comparative Religion 1/49 (2013), 9–35.

Tomáš Bubík, Robert Bellah’s Concept of Civil Religion in America and the Idea of New Religion in Czech Thinking of the Twentieth Century, American and British Studies Annual  5 (2012), 70–83.

Tomáš Bubík, Rethinking the Relationship between the Study of Religions, Theology and Religious Concerns: A Response to Some Aspects of Wiebe’s and Martin’s Paper, Religio. Revue pro religionistiku, 1/19 (2012), 43–53.

Tomáš Bubík, Henryk Hoffmann, Yurij Babinov, History and Methods in the Study of Religions in Central and Eastern Europe, In: Pantheon. Religionistický časopis 1/6 (2011), 44–65.

Tomáš Bubík, Osobiste doświadczenia a naukowe założenia w stosunku do religii, Przegląd Religioznawczy 1/53 (2010), 73–82.

Tomáš Bubík, Defence of Tradition or of Modernity: Two Opposite Sides of the Czech Philosophy of Religion, In: Kupisiński, Z. Grodź, S. (red.). Pluralizm kulturowy i religijny współczesnego świata, Wydawnictwo KUL: Lublin 2010, 323–335.

 

Participation in the World and European congresses

Tomáš Bubík, Scientific Atheism in socialistic Czechoslovakia, in: Relocating religion, 12th annual conference of the European Association for the Study of Religion (EASR), Helsinki, Finland. 28. 6. – 1. 7. 2016 (accepted panel and paper)

Tomáš Bubík, Church Reformer Jan Hus as a Framework for the Re-interpretation of Religious, National, and Social Identity, in: WWI World congress of IAHR in Erfurt, Germany, 23. - 29. 8. 2015.

Tomáš Bubík, Mutations in the History of the Academic Study of Religions in Eastern Europe, In: Religion, Migration, Mutation, 11th annual conference of the European Association for the Study of Religion (EASR), Liverpool, England, 3.- 6. 9. 2013.

Tomáš Bubík, Rethinking the Study of Religions and Theology: Is this Issue just Historical or has it got recent relevance?, In: New movements in Religion, 10th annual conference of the European Association for the Study of Religion (EASR), Budapest, Hungary, 18. - 22. 9. 2011.

Tomáš Bubík, History and Methods in the Study of Religions in Eastern Europe, in: Religion a Human Phenomenon, XXth Quinquennial World Congress IAHR, Toronto, Canada, 15. - 21. 8. 2010.

Tomáš Bubík, Various Historical Constructions and Deconstructions of the History of Religions: Czech Example: Religion in the History of European Culture, in: 9th annual conference of the European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR), Messina, Italy, 14. - 17. 9. 2009.

 

The most important lecturing and research stays at foreign universities

Neurocognitive Processing Laboratory, Uniwersytet Jagiellonski, Kraków (27. 4. – 1. 5. 2015) fellowship at the invitation of Dr. Magdalena Senderecka.

Fulbright-Masaryk Fellowship at Department of Religious Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara, U. S. (30. 3. – 24. 9. 2012); supervisor prof. Ann Taves. 

University of Tokyo (1. 12. 2012), invited lecture „West sees East“ by prof. Satoko Fujiwara.

Institytut religioznawstwa, uniwersytet Jagelloński, Kraków (26. – 29. 4. 2011); invited lecture „Historia religioznawstwa w Czechach“ by prof. Henryk Hoffmann.

Amherst College, Massachusetts, U. S. (30. 12. 2009 – 1. 4. 2010); research stay.

Institute of Science of Religions, Jagellonian University, Kraków (9. – 11. 5. 2010); invited lecture „Historia religioznawstwa w Czechach“ by prof. Henryk Hoffmann. 

 
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