Mgr. Tereza Horáčková

  • 09/2009–06/2011: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Social Sciences, BA in social anthropology, thesis title: Vliv rodičů na integraci vietnamských dětí v české společnosti (The influence of the parents on the integration of Vietnames children in the Czech society).
  • 09/2013–06/2015: MA in Erasmus Mundus programme, thesis title: First and second generation of Vietnamese immigrants in Prague before and after 1989.
09/2013 – 02/2014: Charles University in Prague – Department of General History thesis supervisor Mgr. Markéta Křížová, Ph.D.
02/2014 – 06/2014: University Eötvös Loránd, Budapest, Hungary – Department of Urbanism
thesis supervisor Eszter György.
10/2014 – 03/2015: École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales de Paris, France – Department of Social Sciences, Territory and Development
thesis supervisor Nancy L. Green.

M1 title in Social Anthropology, Université Lyon Lumieres, Lyon, France, diplomová práce: "Les couples franco-vietnamiens".
  • since 09/2015 graduate program at the Charles University in Prague
    Seminar of General and Comparative History

Work experience:

  • 1/3/2016–15/5/2016 – research executive in qualitative research, IPSOS (Prague, Czech Republic).
  • 05–06/2012 – assistent of director in Association Essor Vietnam and translater from French and English (Blagnac, France).
  • 04–05/2012 – internship in project, Centre associatif Boris Vian (Vénissieux, France).
International workshops and study visits:
  • 21/2/2016 – presentation "Vietnamese in Czech Republic within the society under transformation around the year 1989" at 14th international postgradual conference Transnationalism: Contexts, Patterns and connections in Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union, London, UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES).
  • 09/2011–06/2012 – study visit within Erasmus programme, Université Lyon Lumieres, Lyon, France.


  • HORÁČKOVÁ, Tereza, Les Vietnamiens en République tcheque et leurs « adaptations » au sein d'une société en transformation autour de l'année 1989, in: Jaroslav Ira, Jan de Jong & Imre Tarafás (eds.), Identity, Nation, City: Perspectives from the TEMA network, Atelier European Social Science and Historiography Department, Budapest 2015.