Dr Michal Kopeček

Publications


Monographs


Rozděleni minulostí. Vytváření politických identit v České republice po roce 1989. (Divided by the Past. Formation of Political Identities in the Czech Republic after 1989.) With: A. Gjuričová, P. Roubal, J. Suk, T. Zahradníček. Praha, Knihovna Václava Havla 2011
Hledání ztraceného smyslu revoluce. Zrod a počátky marxistického revizionismu ve střední Evropě 1953-1960. (Quest for the Revolution's Lost Meaning. Origins of the Marxist Revisionism in central Europe 1953-1960), Praha, Argo 2009 [English translation in preparation]


Edited Volumes


Past in the Making. Historical Revisionism in Central Europe after 1989. Michal Kopeček (ed.), Budapest, New York, CEU Press 2008.
Kapitoly z dějin české demokracie po roce 1989 (Chapters from the History of Czech Democracy after 1989), Adéla Gjuričová and Michal Kopeček (eds.), Praha-Litomyšl, Paseka, 2008.
Discourses of Collective Identity in Central and Southeast Europe 1770-1945. Texts and Commentaries. Vol. II. National Romanticism - The Formation of National Movements. Balázs Trencsényi and Michal Kopeček (eds.), Budapest, CEU Press 2007.
Discourses of Collective Identity in Central and Southeast Europe 1770-1945. Texts and Commentaries. Vol. I. Late Enlightenment - Emergence of the Modern 'Nation Idea'. Balázs Trencsényi and Michal Kopeček (eds.), Budapest, CEU Press 2006.
Bolševismus, komunismus a radikální socialismus v Československu, vol. I-V (Bolshevism, Communism and Radical Socialism in Czechoslovakia) Zdeněk Kárník - Michal Kopeček (eds.), Praha, ÚSD-Dokořán 2003-2005.


Articles


Human Rights facing a National Past. Dissident 'Civic Patriotism' and the Return of History in East Central Europe 1968-1989, In: Geschichte und Gesellschaft (forthcoming in December 2012 issue).
Von der Geschichtspolitik zur Erinnerung als politischer Sprache: Der tschechische Umgang mit der kommunistischen Vergangenheit nach 1989, in: François, Etienne; Kończal, Kornelia; Traba, Robert; Troebst, Stefan (Hg.): Geschichtspolitik in Europa seit 1989. Deutschland, Frankreich und Polen im internationalen Vergleich. Göttingen: Wallstein 2012, in print.
Historical Studies of Nation-Building and the Concept of Socialist Patriotism in East Central Europe 1956-1970. In: Pavel Kolář - Miloš Řezník (eds.), Historische Nationsforschung im geteilten Europa 1945-1989, Köln: shverlag 2012, pp. 121-136.
The Rise and Fall of Czech Post-Dissident Liberalism after 1989. East European Politics & Societies, April 15, 2011, vol. 25, no. 2, s. 244-271.
Citizen and Patriot in the Post-Totalitarian Era: Czech Dissidence in Search of the Nation and its Democratic Future. In: Tr@nsit online. The ''Brave New World'' after Communism. 1989: Expectations in Comparison. Put online in December, 2009, http://www.iwm.at/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=168&Itemid=231.
Entwicklung des Reform- und Kritikpotentials. Bilanz der Kommunismus- und Regimekritik in der Tschechoslowakei. In: Der Prager Frühling: das Ende einer Illusion? Jiří Gruša, Jan Pauer, Wolfgang Lederhaas (eds.), Diplomatic Academy of Vienna, DA Favorita Paper 01/2008, pp. 10-19.
In Search for "National Memory". The Politics of History, Nostalgia and the Historiography of Communism in the Czech Republic and East Central Europe In: Past in the Making. Historical Revisionism in Central Europe after 1989. Michal Kopeček (ed.), Budapest, New York, CEU Press 2008, pp. 75-96.
A Difficult Quest for New Paradigms. Czech Historiography after 1989. With Pavel Kolář, In: Narratives Unbound. Historical Studies in Post-Communist Eastern Europe. Sorin Antohi, Peter Ápor and Balázs Trencsényi (eds.), Budapest, New York, CEU Press, 2007, pp. 173-248.


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