Bc. Martin Lavička, M.A., Ph.D.

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Katedra asijských studií

Filozofická fakulta

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Martin Lavička received his bachelor’s degree in Chinese and Japanese philology at Palacký University Olomouc, the Czech Republic, master’s degree in International Relations at National Chengchi University in Taiwan, and Ph.D. in Political Science at Palacký University Olomouc. He is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Asian Studies at Palacký University Olomouc, where he teaches modern Chinese history, Taiwan history, and Chinese politics. His research focuses on the socio-legal aspects of China’s ethnic policies, religious freedoms, and the rule of law.

Office Hours:
Regular Room number: Comment:
Weekdays 09:00–17:00 Dlouhodobě mimo ČR. Kontaktujte mě prosím e-mailem. Please contact me via my e-mail.

Functions & membership in academic & non academic bodies:

  • Člen AS fakulty (19. 4. 2017 – 10. 3. 2023)

Vědecká společnost

  • European Association of Taiwan Studies (člen, 2020–)

Výbor vědecké společnosti

  • European Association for Chinese Studies (místopředseda, 2020–2022)
  • European Association for Chinese Studies (člen, 2018–)
Selected publications
Lavička M., Chen Y. New Measures for Governing Religions in Xi’s China. China Report. 2023. (ČLÁNEK)
Jiménez-Tovar S., Lavička M. Folklorized politics: how Chinese soft power works in Central Asia. Asian Ethnicity. 2020. (ČLÁNEK)
Lavička M. Průvod šašků. Nový Orient. 2017. (ČLÁNEK)
Lavička M., Kučera O. Srpen 1968 a překvapivá (?) čínská reakce. Nový Orient. 2016. (ČLÁNEK)
Kovaľová J., Lavička M., Matoušková L., Motalová T., Vicherová Schusterová D., Szokalová K. Výzkum převodu zahraničních proprií do čínštiny. Nový Orient. 2016. (ČLÁNEK)
Bakešová I., Kučera O., Lavička M. Dějiny Čínské lidové republiky. 2019. (KNIHA - CELEK)
Lavička M. Religious and De-extremization Regulations and Their Dissemination in the XUAR. Voiced and Voiceless in Asia. 2023. (KAPITOLA V KNIZE)
Lavička M. Uyghur Community Matters in Light of Governmental White Papers. Community Still Matters: Uyghur Culture and Society in Central Asian Context. 2022. (KAPITOLA V KNIZE)
Lavička M. China’s Guinea Pig? Xinjiang as a testing ground for religious policies. 2021. (Ostatní odborná publikace (RIV))
Lavička M. Finding Equilibrium: Czech-China-Taiwan Relations. 2014. (Ostatní odborná publikace (RIV))
UHER D., KUČERA O., Jebavá M., Babáčková E., Lavička M., Dluhošová T. Moderní čínština pro nesinology. 2011.
Hladíková K. Voiceless Tibet? Past and Present in Tibetan Sinophone Writing by Tsering Norbu. In Lavička M., Zawiszová H. (Eds.) Voiced and Voiceless in Asia. 2023.
Lavička M., Steenberg R., Muhetaer M. Remote Ethnography. Lessons from Tibet and Xinjiang. 2022.
Zawiszová H., Lavička M., Kratochvíl F. 14th Annual Conference on Asian Studies: Voiced and Voiceless in Asia. 2020.
Lavička M., Rysová M., Zahradníková M. The 8th Annual Czech and Slovak Sinological Conference. 2014.
Current courses
Course title Department/Abbrev. Semester Type Classes
Passive attendance at conference DAS/PUK ZS 0
BA thesis seminar 2 DAS/BC2 ZS Se 0
MA thesis seminar 2 DAS/DS2 ZS Se 0
Conference - attedance without paper 1 ASH/UK1 ZS 0
Conference - attedance without paper 1 ASH/UK2 ZS 0
Conference - attedance without paper 3 ASH/UK3 ZS 0
Conference - attedance without paper 4 ASH/UK4 ZS 0
Conference - attedance without paper 5 ASH/UK5 ZS 0
Conference - attedance without paper 6 ASH/UK6 ZS 0
Conference - attedance without paper 7 ASH/UK7 ZS 0
Historical and social geography of Asia DAS/HSGEO ZS 2

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