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Limba română la Universitatea Carolină din Praga

Bagiu, Lucian LU (2013) In Philologica Jassyensia IX(2 (18)). p.279-290
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Founded in 1348, Charles University in Prague is among the oldest academic institutions in the world. Teaching the Romanian language has a longstanding tradition as well: it was established by the Czech philologist Jan Urban Jarník (1848-1923) within the Romance Department in 1882. Thus Charles University in Prague became the fifth university outside Romania that began teaching Romanian language (following those in Torino, Petrograd, Vienne and Budapest). A key moment for learning the Romanian language in Prague, as well as for the Romanian - Czech relations altogether was the foundation of the Romanian Language and Literature Section in 1950, within the Faculty of Arts. A year later, on the basis of a Romanian Ministry Agreement the... (More)
Founded in 1348, Charles University in Prague is among the oldest academic institutions in the world. Teaching the Romanian language has a longstanding tradition as well: it was established by the Czech philologist Jan Urban Jarník (1848-1923) within the Romance Department in 1882. Thus Charles University in Prague became the fifth university outside Romania that began teaching Romanian language (following those in Torino, Petrograd, Vienne and Budapest). A key moment for learning the Romanian language in Prague, as well as for the Romanian - Czech relations altogether was the foundation of the Romanian Language and Literature Section in 1950, within the Faculty of Arts. A year later, on the basis of a Romanian Ministry Agreement the activity of the Romanian language lectureship was inaugurated. This implied the ongoing presence of a Romanian language lecturer detached from a university in Romania in order to teach mainly practical courses to the Check students. Starting with 2009 the Romanian Language and Literature Section is part of the South-Slavonic and Balkan Department next to the Serbian, Croatian, and Slovenian, Bulgarian and Albanian language, literature and history. In the academic year 2012 - 2013 the Romanian lecturer is the only full-time employee and within the section have a part-time Mr. Mircea Dan Duță (the director of the Romanian Cultural Institute in Prague) and Mr. Jiri Nasinec (translator) for the Romanian language subjects and Mrs. Libuse Valentova and Mrs. Jarmila Horakova (PhD student) for Romanian literature subjects. The lectureship itself provides practical courses for the first and second year students that have Romanian as their major language (A); also a creative writing seminar for the master students and optional courses in Romanian language for the students from all specializations of Charles University. There are 18 students who are currently learning Romanian officially at Charles University and 8 more PhD students or other. (Less)
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Abstract in Romanian

ntemeiată la 1348, Universitatea Carolină din Praga se numără printre cele mai vechi instituţii de învăţământ superior din lume. Studiul limbii române beneficiază aici de o bogată tradiţie, acesta fiind introdus la catedra de limbi romanice a Universităţii încă din anul 1882 de către profesorul ceh de filologie Jan Urban Jarník (1848-1923). Este notabil şi faptul că Universitatea Carolină a devenit, astfel, a cincea universitate din afara României la care limba română a început să fie predată (după cele din Torino, Petrograd, Viena şi Budapesta). Un moment esenţial în privinţa învăţării limbii române la Praga, precum şi pentru relaţiile

româno-cehe în ansamblu, a fost înfiinţarea Secţiei de... (More)
Abstract in Romanian

ntemeiată la 1348, Universitatea Carolină din Praga se numără printre cele mai vechi instituţii de învăţământ superior din lume. Studiul limbii române beneficiază aici de o bogată tradiţie, acesta fiind introdus la catedra de limbi romanice a Universităţii încă din anul 1882 de către profesorul ceh de filologie Jan Urban Jarník (1848-1923). Este notabil şi faptul că Universitatea Carolină a devenit, astfel, a cincea universitate din afara României la care limba română a început să fie predată (după cele din Torino, Petrograd, Viena şi Budapesta). Un moment esenţial în privinţa învăţării limbii române la Praga, precum şi pentru relaţiile

româno-cehe în ansamblu, a fost înfiinţarea Secţiei de Limba şi Literatura Română în anul 1950, în cadrul Facultăţii de Litere a Universităţii Caroline. Un an mai târziu, în baza unei Înţelegeri interministeriale româno-cehe, a fost iniţiată activitatea lectoratului de limba română. Acesta a presupus prezenţa neîntreruptă a câte unui lector de limba română detaşat de la o universitate din România pentru a preda îndeosebi cursuri practice studenţilor cehi. Începând cu anul 2009, secţia de Limba şi Literatura Română face parte administrativ din Departamentul de Studii

Sud-Slave şi Balcanice, alături de limba, literatura şi istoria sârbă, croată, slovenă, bulgară şi albaneză. În anul universitar 2012-2013 lectorul de limba română este singurul angajat cu normă întreagă, iar în cadrul secţiei mai activează, cu câte o jumătate de normă, pentru discipline de limba română, Mircea Dan Duţă (directorul Institutului Cultural Român din Praga) şi Jiri Nasinec (traducător), iar pentru

discipline de literatură română, Libuse Valentova şi Jarmila Horakova

(doctorandă). Lectoratul, care funcţionează în cadrul Secţiei de Limba şi Literatura Română, asigură cursuri practice pentru studenţii anilor I şi II care au optat pentru română ca limbă principală de studiu. Include, totodată, un seminar de scriere creativă adresat masteranzilor care continuă studiul limbii române, precum şi cursuri opţionale de limba română destinate studenţilor tuturor specializărilor din toţi anii de studiu. În sesiunea de vară 2013 paisprezece studenţi ai Universităţii

Caroline din Praga care au audiat oficial cursurile practice de limba română deservite de lectoratul de limba română au susţinut teste scrise. (Less)
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IX
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2 (18)
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279 - 290
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Asociaţia Culturală "A.Philippide" - Rumänska Vetenskapsakademiens filial i Iaşi.
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Teaching Romanian language to foreign students: challenges and solutions
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