Jiří Krejčík, PhD.

Jiří Krejčík is a post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Political Philosophy and Globalization Research at the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague. His research interests relate to the intertwining of tradition and modernity in contemporary Indian political discourse, especially the influence of Hindu nationalism and revivalism on the environmental and pop-cultural issues. He received his PhD in Political Science at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague, in 2018, where he previously completed his MA studies in Indology and Political Science. His study visits include a semester at the Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi and Institut d'études politiques de Paris.

Address: Department of Political Philosophy and Globalization Research, Jilska 1, 110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic (office n. 221a, +420 221 183 349)

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Krejčík, Jiří. 2020. „Mezi pandemií a nezaměstnaností. Jaké důsledky bude mít zákaz vycházení pro indickou společnost?“ In: Hrubec, Marek a kol. Pandemie v makroregionech světa. Philosophica Critica 6 (1), s. 169–177.

Krejčík, Jiří. 2019. „From Gandhi to Deendayal: Contradictions of conservative Hindu tendencies in Indian environmental thinking.“ Civitas – Revista de Ciências Sociais (Civitas – Journal of Social Sciences) 19 (2), s. 374–390.

Krejčík, Jiří. 2016. „Hidden revolutionary processes in 1990s India?“ In: Arnason, J.; Hrubec, M. Social Transformations and Revolutions: Reflections and Analyses. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, s. 168–183.

Krejčík, Jiří. 2013. „Kdo má právo zachránit Gangu? Hinduistický nacionalismus a ochrana přírody.“ Nový Orient 68 (1), s. 8–14.

Krejčík, Jiří. 2011. „Ajódhja – hrob indického sekularismu?“ Nový Orient 66 (1), s. 12–15.