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Personnel structure of the Department

 

There were working several figures of political science, legal science, economy or culture at the Department of Political Science of Faculty of Philosophy and Arts of Trnava University during its 25 years long existence. In example: prof. PhDr. Miroslav Kusý, CSc., prof. PhDr. Jan Škaloud, CSc., prof. JUDr. Alexandra Krsková, CSc., prof. JUDr. Ján Švidroň, CSc., prof. Ing. Ján Lisý, CSc., prof. PhDr. Milan Hamada, DrSc., and others.

The heads of the department were JUDr. Ing. Ivan Šimko, doc. PhDr. František Bielik, CSc. and prof. PhDr. Milan Katuninec, PhD. Actual head of department is Mgr. Marcel Martinkovič, PhD.

Current personnel structure of department

Head of department:

Mgr. Marcel Martinkovič, PhD.

Department secretary:

PhDr. Pavol Krištof, PhD.

 

Internal personnel:

Professor:

prof. PhDr. Milan Katuninec, PhD.

Associate professors:

doc. PhDr. Martin Klus, PhD., MBA

prof. Uroš Pinterič, PhD.

Assistant professors:

PhDr. Tomáš Jahelka, Ph.D.

PhDr. Pavol Krištof, PhD.

Mgr. Marcel Martinkovič, PhD.

Mgr. Tomáš Zálešák, PhD.

 

Mgr. Marcel Martinkovič, PhD.

 

E-mail: marcel.martinkovic@truni.sk

Consultations: Thursday 15:30 – 17:00

Marcel Martinkovič was born on 8th of July 1977 in Piešťany. He studied political science at the Faculty of Humanities (nowadays Faculty of Philosophy and Arts) of Trnava University in 1997-2002. He made his doctoral studies at the Institute of Philosophy of Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava in 2003-2007. He aimed his dissertation project towards problem of nationalism in the context of Slovak political thought history of the second half of 19th century. He received his PhD title upon the dissertation thesis: Political Mind of New School in 2007. He has taught at the Department of Political Science since 2005 and has been the head of this department since 2013. 

Specialization: theory of democracy, comparative politics, history of political thought, Slovak political mind of the 19th century

Selection of publications:

Monographies and collective monographies

Martinkovič, Marcel: Moral Aspects of Politics and their Relation to the Legitimacy of Liberal Democracies. In Milan Katuninec, Marcel Martinkovič (Eds.). Ethical and Social Aspects of Policy: Chapters on Selected Issues of Transformation. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang GmbH, 2016. - ISBN 978-3-631-67158-0. - ISSN 2195-1845. - s. 39-62.

Martinkovič, Marcel: Politické myslenie Novej školy: občiansko-národný program Slovenských novín. Bratislava: Filozofický ústav SAV, 2013. - 222 s. - ISBN 978-80-970494-7-8.

Martinkovič, Marcel (ed.): Idey a vývoj slovenského národotvorného myslenia v 19. storočí. Kraków: Towarzystwo Słowaków w Polsce, 2011. - 342 s. - ISBN 978-83-7490-430-8.

Zálešák, Tomáš – Krištof, Pavol – Martinkovič, Marcel: Politická filozofia a politická veda: výber aktuálnych problémov. Trnava: Filozofická fakulta Trnavskej univerzity v Trnave, 2007. - 152 s. - ISBN 978-80-8082-165-4.

 

PhDr. Pavol Krištof, PhD.

 

E-mail: pavol.kristof@truni.sk

Consultations: Monday 11:15 – 12:15

Pavol Krištof (1975) studied political sciences at the Faculty of Humanities (nowadays Faculty of Philosophy and Arts) of Trnava University. He graduates his doctoral studies at the Institute of Philosophy of Slovak Academy of Sciences in 2010 in the field of Slovak nationalism in the second half of the 19th century and the work of Jonáš Záborský figure. Dr. Krištof has worked at the Department of Political Science since 2002.

Specializations: Slovak political thought of the 19th century, political ideologies, political philosophy of the 20th century

 

prof. PhDr. Milan Katuninec, PhD.

 

E-mail: milan.katuninec@truni.sk

Consultations: Monday 12:50 – 13:50

Milan Katuninec (1960) is the professor in the field of Slovak history. He graduated journalism at the Faculty of Arts of Comenius University in Bratislava in 1995. He completed his post gradual studies during 1995-1999 at the Department of Slovak History and Archiving of the Faculty of Arts of Comenius University and at the Institute of History of Slovak Academy of Sciences in the scientific field of Slovak history. Professor Katuninec has worked at the Department of Political Science of the Faculty of Philosophy nad Arts of Trnava University since 1998 and has been the dean of the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts of TU since 2016.

Specializations: political history of the 20th century, social politics, totalitarian ideologies

Selection of publications:

Monographies and collective monographies:

Katuninec, Milan: A few Thoughts on the Relation between Ethics as a Doctrine of Morality and Politics as a Human Activity. In Milan Katuninec, Marcel Martinkovič (Eds.). Ethical and Social Aspects of Policy: Chapters on Selected Issues of Transformation. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang GmbH, 2016. ISBN 978-3-631-67158-0, ISSN 2195-1845, s. 9-37.

Katuninec, Milan: Zlyhania a nádeje demokracie v Európe. Kraków; Trnava: Towarzystwo Słowaków w Polsce, Filozofická fakulta Trnavskej univerzity, 2011. - 230 s. - ISBN 978-83-7490-435-3.

Katuninec, Milan: Fašizmus, národný socializmus a komunizmus: k ideovým zdrojom, praxi a možným rizikám návratu totalitarizmu - 2. uprav. vyd. - Bratislava: Veda, vydavateľstvo Slovenskej akadémie vied, 2010. - 449 s. - ISBN 978-80-224-1125-7.

Katuninec, Milan: Hodnotová demokracia a občianska zodpovednosť. Trnava: Dobrá kniha, 2007. - 107 s. - ISBN 978-80-7141-582-4.

Katuninec, Milan: Kresťanské robotnícke a odborové hnutie na Slovensku. Trnava: Filozofická fakulta Trnavskej univerzity, 2006. - 239 s. - ISBN 80-8082-055-4.

Kázmerová, Ľubica – Katuninec, Milan: Dilemy Karola Sidora. Bratislava: Kalligram, 2006. - 199 s. - ISBN 80-7149-873-4.

Katuninec, Milan: Dejiny Spolku sv. Vojtecha. Trnava: Filozofická fakulta Trnavskej univerzity v Trnave, 2004. - 190 s. - ISBN 80-89074-99-5.

Katuninec. Milan: Dejiny slovenského kresťanského odborového hnutia. Bratislava: Vydavateľstvo Dobrá kniha pre Teologickú fakultu Trnavskej univerzity, 2001. - 164 s. - ISBN 80-7141-346-1.

Katuninec, Milan: Politické dejiny Nemecka (1871-2000). Trnava: Fakulta humanistiky Trnavskej univerzity, 2001. - 153 s. - ISBN 80-89074-04-9.

 

doc. PhDr. Martin Klus, PhD., MBA

 

E-mail: martin@klus.sk

Consultations: Wednesday 14:40 – 16:20 (Please confirm consultation request by email)

Martin Klus (1980) is associate professor in the field of political science. He graduated at the Faculty of Political Science and International Relations of Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica, where he also completes his doctoral studies and habilitation process. He has worked at the Department of Political Science of Faculty of Philosophy and Arts of TU since 2016.

Specializations: public politics, European politics

 

prof. Uroš Pinterič, PhD.

 

E-mail: uros.pinteric@gmail.com

Consultations: Friday 10:00 – 11:00

Uroš Pinterič (1980) graduated in the field of political science at the Faculty of Social Sciences of University of Ljubljana (Slovenia) in 2004, where he also completed his doctoral studies. He was habilitated in 2013 and is full professor in the field of political science since 2017. He has taught at the Department of Political Sciences of Faculty of Philosophy and Arts of TU since 2016.

Specializations: public politics, history of Balkan, regional politics, security policy

Selection of publications:

Monographies a collective monographies

Pinterič, Uroš: Poslovne vrednote mladih v Sloveniji. Novo Mesto: Fakulteta za organizacijske študije, 2016. - 120 s. - ISBN 978-961-6974-12-7.

Pinterič, Uroš: Education policy as the factor of development. Novo mesto: Faculty of Organisation Studies in Novo mesto, 2016. - 132 s. - ISBN 978-961-6974-05-9.

Pinterič, Uroš: Glocalisation of the crisis: could Slovenia survive economic crisis better? Novo mesto: Fakulteta za organizacijske študije v Novem mestu, 2016. - 101 s. - ISBN 978-961-6974-08-0.

 

PhDr. Tomáš Jahelka, Ph.D.

E-mail: tomas.jahelka@truni.sk

Consultations: Tuesday 15:30 – 16:20

Tomáš Jahelka (1980) worked as a high school teacher, in the state administration, as an editor in Slovak radio and in the social field with homeless people. He graduated Lutheran theology at the Evangelical Lutheran Theological Faculty of Comenius University in Bratislava in 2003 as well as graduated political science at the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts of Trnava University in 2008. He aimed his thesis towards the figure of T. G. Masaryk headed by Professor Jan Zouhar during his doctoral studies at the Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University in Brno (Czech Republic). He has taught at Department of Political Science of Faculty of Philosophy and Arts of TU since 2011.

Specialization: Slovak political thought of the 20th century, political philosophy of the 20th century

Selection of publications:

Monographies a collective monographies

Jahelka, Tomáš - Katuninec, Milan - Krištof, Pavol - Kropaj, Marián: Niekoľko pohľadov na kresťanskú sociálnu etiku a jej vplyv na Slovensku. Trnava: Typy Universitatis Tyrnaviensis, 2016. - 261 s. - ISBN 978-80-8082-984-1

Jahelka, Tomáš: Masarykova filozofia na Slovensku: reflexia v prácach vybraných autorov v období 1918-1948. Trnava: Filozofická fakulta Trnavskej univerzity v Trnave, 2015. - 106 s. - ISBN 978-80-8082-856-1.

 

Mgr. Tomáš Zálešák, PhD.

 

E-mail: tomas.zalesak@hotmail.com

Consultation: Tuesday 11:00 – 12:00

Tomáš Zálešák (1967) graduated political science at the Faculty of Arts of Comenius University in Bratislava. He directed his work to the origin and base of totalities during his doctoral studies at Institute of Philosophy of Slovak Academy of Science and the University of Oxford. He worked as well as researcher in Institute for Public Affairs (IVO), Slovak Institute of International Studies (SIMŠ) and as advisor for foreign affairs of head of Slovak Parliament. He has taught at the Department of Political Sciences of Faculty of Philosophy and Arts of Trnava University since 2003.

Specialization: totalitarian ideologies, political anthropology, political philosophy

Selection of publications:

Monographies and collective monographies

Zálešák, Tomáš: Obec v kríze: malé pozvanie do politickej filozofie a sprievodca stavmi živočícha politického. Kraków: Towarzystwo Słowaków w Polsce, 2014. - 280 s. - ISBN 978-83-7490-777-4.

Zálešák, Tomáš – Krištof, Pavol – Martinkovič, Marcel: Politická filozofia a politická veda: výber aktuálnych problémov. Trnava: Filozofická fakulta Trnavskej univerzity v Trnave, 2007. - 152 s. - ISBN 978-80-8082-165-4.

Zálešák, Tomáš: Diablova práca: úvahy o totalitarizme. Bratislava: Kalligram, 2005. - 199 s. - ISBN 80-7149-743-6.