KHK Visiting Research Fellow 2014 & 2016
Assistant Professor, Department of Korean Studies, Institute of East Asian Studies, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
Vladimir Glomb studied East Asian Studies, Korean Studies and Philosophy at Charles University Prague (M.A. 2004) and, as a postgraduate, Philosophy and Confucian studies at Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul/Korea. He earned his Ph.D. in the History and Culture of Asian and African Countries from Charles Prague University in 2010. Since 2007, he has been lecturing on Korean Philosophy and Language at the Department of Korean Studies at Charles University, where he was appointed as an Assistant Professor in the year 2010.
Vladimir Glomb’s fields of expertise include Confucianism, Korean Philosophy, classical Korean and premodern Korea. Next to many articles he recently published two books, one on Classical Korean [Klasická korejština] (co-authored with Vladimir Pucek, 2013) and Shapes of Korea [Podoby Koreje] (editor, 2013).
- Ph.D., History and Culture of Asian and African Countries, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, 2010
- M.A., East Asian Studies, Korean Studies, Philosophy, Charles University Prague, Czech Republic, 2004
- Post-Graduate Study, Confucian Studies and Korean Philosophy, Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, Republic of Korea, 2005-2007
Duration: October 2014 to September 2015
Project: Senses and Metaphysics in Korean Confucianism
Duration: April 2016 to August 2016
Project: Borders of Orthodoxy and the Charm of False Learning in Korean Confucianism
Individual Researcher of Borders of Orthodoxy and the Charm of False Learning in Korean Confucianism and Senses and Metaphysics in Korean Confucianism
Former Fellow of Käte Hamburger Kolleg