28.1 – Spring-Fall 2014: Table of Contents



  • Jan Patočka as a Critic of Thomas Masaryk’s Philosophy, Politics, and History
    By Zdeněk David
  • Antonín Dvořák and His Students at National Conservatory: a Czech Composer’s Contribution to an American Musical Style
    By Judith Mabary
  • Separating Historical Truth from Fiction, Part One: Evaluating the Sources for Samo’s Empire, the First Slavic Polity
    By Matej Jancosek
  • Separating Historical Truth from Fiction, Part Two: Evaluating Samo and his Empire, the First Slavic Polity
    By Matej Jancosek
  • Pavel Šramko (1743-1831): Love Expressed, Condemned, and Praised
    By Gerald Sabo, S.J.
  • The Terezín Worlds of Lotka Burešová
    By Anna Hájková
  • In Search of Vindication and Liberation: The Czechoslovak Republican (Agrarian) Party in Exile during the Paris Years (1948-1951)
    By Mary Hrabík Šámal
  • At Home among Strangers: British-Born Wives in Czechoslovakia, (1945-1960)
    By Kathleen Geaney


  • Notable Czech-American Women in Arts and Letters
    By Miloslav Rechcigl, Jr.


  • The Sense of Mystery and the Learning Process in the plays of the Jára Cimrman Theatre
    By Tracy A. Burns


  • Thomas Ort, Art and Life in Modernist Prague: Karel Čapek and His Generation, 1911-1938. New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2013. ISBN 9780230113626, 276 pp.
    By Karla Huebner
  • Svěrák, Zdeněk. Po strništi bos (Barefoot Across a Stubble Field). Prague: Fragment, 2013. ISBN: 978-80-253-1820-1, 92 pp.
    By Tracy A. Burns
  • Václava Jandečková, Kámen: Svědectví hlavního aktéra akce “Falešné hranice”  Hranice” u Všerub na Domažlicku (Kámen: The testimony of the main
    participant in the events of the “false border” at Všeruby in the Domažlice region).
    Domažlice -Český Les Publishers, 2013. ISBN 978-80-87316-35-1, 327 pp.
    By MaryHrabík Šámal
  • Letters from Readers in the Polish American Press 1902-1969: A Corner for Everybody, Anna J. Jaroszynska-Kirchmann, ed. Theodor L. Zawistowski. and Anna J. Jaroszynska-Kirchmann, trans. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2014. ISBN-13: 978-0739188729. 583 pp.
    By Míla Šašková-Pierce

The original TOC with the Editor’s Notes is available here in PDF