22.1 – Fall 2008: Notes from the Editor

One year ago our Fall 2007 issue included an essay by Matthew Konieczny about Professor Bronislava Volkova and the Czech program at Indiana University. Our current issue opens with an article by Volkova herself in which she extends her “endeavor Read More …

22.2 – Spring 2009: Notes from the Editor

Our current issue features a variety of historical, literary, and cultural topics. In the past, Kosmas has published historical studies dealing with aspects of the Czech National Awakening in the nineteenth century; for example, our Fall 2007 issue included an Read More …

23.1 – Fall 2009: Notes from the Editor

June 5-7, 2009, was an exciting time here on the campus of Texas A&M University. We were honored to host a regional SVU conference with the central theme “Contributions of Czechs and Slovaks to the American Southwest.” About forty scholarly Read More …

24.1 – Fall 2010: Notes from the Editor

In the past our readers have learned much about the foundations of philosophical and political thought in early Czechoslovakia and the ideas of its first president, Tomas G. Masaryk, from Zdenek V. David. We are pleased to open this Fall Read More …

25.0 – Fall 2012: Table of Contents

ARTICLES We and the Others: The English-Speaking Political Emigration to Communist Czechoslovakia in the 1950s By Kathleen Geaney Historians and the Communist Regime in Czechoslovakia By David Papajík The Journal Svědectví and the Struggle for Democracy in Communist Czechoslovakia By Read More …