Mgr. Nakládalová Iveta Ph.D.

Project position

Key researcher

Reading group

Linguistics and Literature

Research field(s)

History of Catholic Mission in China; Early Modern Censorship; Early Modern Representation of China; Jesuits in China (Ming and Early Qing); Franciscans in China (Ming and Early Qing); Textual Construction; Iconographical Representation; Religious and Doctrinal Missionary Books; Premodern Spirituality; Early Modern Organization of Knowledge; Premodern Information Overload; Artes Excerpendi

BIO

Mgr. Nakládalová Iveta Ph.D. is a specialist in Early Modern Comparative Literature and Cultural History. Her previous lines of research include Early Modern theory of reading and censorship, premodern epistemological practices, Early Modern spiritual literature, and utopia. Her current research is focused on the history of Christian missionary enterprise in China (Ming and early Qing Dynasties, 16th- early 17th centuries), in particular on the theoretical underpinning of the Catholic Apostolate in China, and on the Early Modern representation and textual construction of China.

Publication

  • Nakládalová, Iveta. 2013, La lectura docta en la Primera Edad Moderna (1450-1650) (Scholarly Reading in Early Modern Europe, 1450-1650), Abada Editores, Madrid.
  • Nakládalová, Iveta (ed.). 2013, Religion in Utopia. From More to the Enlightenment, Academia Verlag, Sankt Augustin. Vega, María José; Nakládalová, Iveta (eds.). 2012, Lectura y culpa en el siglo XVI. Reading and Guilt in the 16th Century, Studia Aurea Monográfica 4, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Bellaterra.
  • Nakládalová, Iveta. 2009, Francesco Sacchini: De ratione libros cum profectu legendi libellus (ca. 1614), Bellaterra-Madrid, 2009.
  • Nakládalová, Iveta. 2017, “Sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Spanish collections of brief forms and the ars excerpendi”, in Latin and Vernacular in Renaissance Iberia: Brief forms, Edited by Barry Taylor and Alejandro Coroleu, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 189-203.
  • Nakládalová, Iveta. 2016, “Johann Amos Comenius: Early Modern Metaphysics of Knowledge and ars excerpendi”, in A. Cevolini (ed.), Forgetting machines: Knowledge Management Evolution in Early Modern Europe, Brill, pp. 188-208.
  • Nakládalová, Iveta. 2016, “Quis libri legendi. The Canon and the Forms of Its Assimilation in Renaissance Rationes Studiorum”, in C. Domínguez, et alii (ed.), A Comparative History of Literatures in the Iberian Peninsula, vol. II: Tradition and intermediation, John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam, pp. 339-350.
  • Nakládalová, Iveta. 2016, “La censura de Diálogos del amor de Dios (1546)” (Censorship of Dialogues on Divine Love, 1546), in Friedlein, R.; Vega, M. J.; Vian, A. (eds.), Diálogo y censura en el siglo XVI. Berlin-Madrid, Iberoamericana Vervuert, pp. 107-132.
  • Nakládalová, Iveta. 2015, “Contemplar a Dios sin imágenes. La oración mental en los tratados devocionales altomodernos (To contemplate God without images. The mental prayer and Early Modern devotional treatises), in Cristina Luna (ed.), Los límites de la representación. Vigilancia y censura de textos e imágenes en los siglos XVI y XVII, Studia Aurea, vol. IX, 2015, pp. 265-294.
  • Nakládalová, Iveta. 2012, “De la varia lección a la encyclopaedia: los ideales de la erudición en la Primera Edad Moderna” (Varia lección and encyclopaedia: Early Modern Ideals of Erudition), Studia Aurea, Revista de Literatura Española y Teoría Literaria del Renacimiento y Siglo de Oro, pp. 1-29.