2nd International Teaching Week

7. November – 11. November 2022

Lectures and panels for students and general public

Sts Cyril and Methodius Faculty of Theology would like to invite Palacký University students across the board and anybody interested from the general public to the 2nd International Teaching Week event on 7th – 11th November 2022. The programme supports the educational areas of the faculty: Theology, Ethics and Communication, Pedagogy and Social Work. The lectures will take place the faculty building in Univerzitní Street, No. 22. We hope to see you at the lectures and afternoon panel discussions.

Ethics and Culture in Media Communication
Room: Lecture Hall (aula)

Paulina Sajna-Kosobucka: BBC and CNN in the perspective of media convergence - information architecture on websites and social media
Radoslaw Sajna-Kunowsky: Media ethics, politics and religion in modern Poland
Rasool Akbari: Digital Islam: The Hypermediation of Religion in Iran during COVID 19
Damian Guzek: Digital papacy: Types of authority in the digital world
Rasool Akbari: Virtue Cultivation in Religious Pedagogy: Room for Roomi in Islamic Education
Radoslaw Sajna-Kunowsky: Internet, genealogy and genetics: another new media revolution
Paromita Bose: Digital religion: India perspective
Dejan Donev: The two-way link between ethics and media
Damian Guzek: Catholic communities online
Risto Solunchev: The Idea of Revolution in the Contemporary Pop-Culture: Absolute Democracy as a Temptation
Monika Kopytowska: International jurnalism: contemporary trends and cases
Damian Guzek: Media resources in terms of dogmatic breakthroughs of the Church
Risto Solunchev: Absolute Democracy and Phenomenology of Revolution
Dejan Donev: Crisis of the journalist as a moral subject
Veronika Müllerová / Michaela Vetešková: Catholic Church communication strategy: new paradigm

Social Work, Social Pedagogy
Room 11, door number 4.15

Teona Gotsiridze: Child Welfare System Development in Georgia / Child Protection System Challenges
Rusudan Asatiani: Librarian as a Community Mobilizer: Contemporary Models of Development of Communities
Mette Christiansen: Why teach social pedagogy in the USA and how we do it
Anna Linka: Social Support of Migrants during Pandemic and its Influence on their Integration in Poland
Hubert Kupiec: Study on the safety of children and young people in educational institutions?
Tamás Ragadics: Families in Crisis – alternative strategies and decisions for living
Tamás Ragadics: Religion in a post-secular world
Rafał Cekiera: The world of young generation’s values – comparative analysis of Hungarian and Polish students
Mark Zammit: African Migration in Malta and Integration
Dariusz Krok: Does religion buffer mental health consequences?
Dariusz Krok: The role of religious and non-religious coping in well-being

Room 8, door number 4.24

Agnieszka Romanko: Theological and legal foundations of mediation in canon law
Werener Wolbert: Christianity and War: positions, facts and legends
Werner Wolbert: Mercy Traps: mercy and justice in conflict?
István Csonta: New ecclesiology of Vatican II
Radoslav Lojan: Bioethical Challenges in Catholic Moral Theology
Pavol Hrabovecký: John H.Newman and the development of doctrine
Emmanuel Agius: New Challenges and Opportunities of Robotics for Catholic Theological Reflections
Mark Zammit: African Migration in Malta and Integration 1
Mark Zammit: African Migration in Malta and Integration 2
Emmanuel Agius: Emerging European Values and Policies in Bioethics

Panel Discussions
Room 8, door number 4.24/Room 11, door number 4.15

Agnieszka Romanko, István Csonta: Second Vatican, theology and canon law
Tamás Ragadics: Access to social services as a fulfilment of social justice
Radoslav Lojan, Pavol Hrabovecký, Agnieszka Romanko, István Csonta: Current situation and future of Higher education in central Europe
Pavol Hrabovecký, Risto Solunchev, Košárková: Conspiration theories
Radoslav Lojan, Dariusz Krok: Disease from the bioethical and psychological point of view
Dejan Donev, Damian Guzek, Risto Solunchev: Digital spiritualities

Ethics and Culture in Media Communication: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Social Work, Social Pedagogy

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