Prof. Dr. Miloš Řezník

Born in Rychnov nad Kněžnou in 1970; studied history at Charles University in Prague; 1994–1999 PhD in General History, thesis topic: “Patriotism and Identities in Royal Prussia in the 18th Century”; 1995–1996 advisor in the Foreign Ministry of the Czech Republic, Poland desk; 1998–2001 research associate at the World History Institute of the Philosophical Faculty of Charles University and research associate at the Institute for History of the Faculty of Education of the University of Technology in Liberec; 2001–2002 research associate at the Institute for the History and Culture of East-Central Europe (GWZO) at Leipzig; 2002–2008 junior professor for European regional history at the Chemnitz University of Technology; December 5, 2007, postdoctoral qualification (Habilitation) in General History at Palacký University Olomouc, subject: “Polish National Uprisings, Transformation of Elites and Collective Identity 1794–1864”; 2008–2009 visiting professorship at the Chemnitz University of Technology; since 2009 professor for European Regional History, vice-dean of the Philosophical Faculty of the Chemnitz University of Technology; since 2014, director of the German Historical Institute Warsaw.

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