Kateřina Kubínová

PhDr. Kateřina Kubínová, Ph.D.

Department of Medieval Art

phone: +420 221 183 507

Researcher and head of the Department of Medieval Art.

Kateřina Kubínová studied history, Latin philology and art history at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University  (Ph.D. 2005). In 2002, she started working as a research assistant in the IAH's photo library and since 2005, she has been employed as a researcher there. Kubínová participated in the project Dějiny umění v českých zemích 8002000 and was the principal investigator of the grant project Evangeliář Cim 2. Rukopis mezi zeměmi a staletími středověké Evropy (GAČR). She was a member of the research team for the grant project Imago, imagines and currently participates in the grant's outcome as an author and editor. In 2016, she curated and co-authored the exhibition Slavic Monastery of Charles IV. She is a member of the research team for the grant project Image/s in Přemyslid era: Contexts and Forms and Jeruzalém a jeho odraz v kultuře středověkých českých zemí (both GAČR/CSF).

Research outputs (selection):

Kateřina Kubínová, Andrew from Austria – The Scribe of the So-called Morgan Bible, in: Maria Theisen – Milada Studničková (edd.), Art in an unsettled time. Bohemian book illumination before Gutenberg (c. 1375–1450), Praha 2018, pp. 98–105.

Kateřina Kubínová, Pražský evangeliář Cim 2. Rukopis mezi zeměmi a staletími středověké Evropy, Praha 2017.

Úvod a kapitoly v Dějiny umění v českých zemích 8002000, Praha 2017.

Kateřina Kubínová, From the Frankish Empire to Prague: Evangeliary Cim 2 in the Library of the Prague Metropolitan Chapter, Convivium I, 2014, 1, pp. 126–135.

Kateřina Kubínová, Emauzský cyklus. Středověké nástěnné malby v klášteře Na Slovanech, Praha 2012.

Kateřina Kubínová, Dva rukopisy královny Emmy, in: Milada Studničková (ed.), Čechy jsou plné kostelů (Boemia plena est ecclesiis). Kniha k poctě PhDr. Anežky Merhautové, DrSc., Praha 2010, pp. 176–189.

Kateřina Kubínová (ed.), Slovanský klášter Karla IV. Zbožnost, umění, vzdělanost / The Slavonic Monastery of Charles IV. Devotion, art, literary culture, Praha 2016.

Kateřina Kubínová, Karl IV. als der neue Konstantin der Grosse, in: Jiří Fajt – Andrea Langer, Kunst als Herschaftsinstrument. Böhmen und das Heilige römische Reich unter den Luxemburgern im europäischen Kontext, Berlin-München 2009, pp. 320–327.

Kateřina Kubínová, Imitatio Romae. Karel IV. a Řím, Praha 2006.

Kateřina Kubínová, Dosud přehlížené svědectví o Přemyslových opánkách a mošně a o korunovaci českých králů, in: Aleš Mudra – Michaela Ottová (ed.), Ars Videndi. Professori Jaromír Homolka ad honorem, Opera Facultatis Theologiae catholicae Universitatis Carolinae Pragensis. Historia et historia artium V, Praha 2006, pp. 79–84.

Current projects:

Image/s in Přemyslid era: Contexts and Forms (GAČR 19-21654S) – co-investigator

Reflecting Jerusalem in Medieval Czech Lands (GA ČR, 19-12859S) – co-investigator

Imago, imagines
Imago, imagines
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