Tereza Juhászová

+420 951 554 391
Malostranské náměstí 25
118 00 Praha 1
Czech Republic

Main Research Interests

Modern History of Czechoslovakia and Hungary, Oral History, Urban History, Microhistory


Malach Centre for Visual History at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the Charles University in Prague provides local access to the extensive digital archives of the USC Shoah Foundation - the Institute for Visual history and Education, the Refugee Voices archive of the Association of Jewish Refugees, and the testimony collection of the Museum of Romani Culture in Brno.

The Visual History Archive of USC Shoah Foundation contains over 54 000 witness testimonies covering the history of entire 20th century. Filmed interviews are fully accessible through an on-line interface in Malach CVH. Users can search for and view testimonies of interest by using more than 62 000 keywords or a database of 1.1 million names. The testimonies available in Malach Centre were recorded in 56 countries and in 32 languages. The Refugee Voices archive complements this collection with additional 150 interviews, while the testimonies of the Museum of Romani Culture in Brno provide the much needed record of genocide and persecution of the Roma (in Czech and Slovak language). For further details about the archives please see below.




Project Post-WWII Coexistence in an East Slovak Small-town; Principal Investigator

Curriculum Vitae

Professional experience

2023–now  Malach Centre for Visual History Coordinator, Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University

2020–now  Research and Teaching Assistant, Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University

2022–2023 member of Centre for Doctoral Studies, Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University 



2018‒now   Joint PhD Program: History: UNIVERSITY OF REGENSBURG & CHARLES UNIVERSITY; Thesis Title: Post-World War II Coexistence from a Microhistorical Perspective: The Case of an East Slovak Small Town

2015‒2018   Master study program: Balkan, Eurasian, and Central European Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University

2012–2015  Bachelor study program: International Area Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University


Selected Bibliography


Juhászová, Tereza. “ʻBien Mantaaknʼ: The Manifestation of Identity in Cemeteries in the Eastern Slovak Town of Medzev,” in East Central European Cemeteries: Ethnic, Linguistic, and Narrative Aspects of Sepulchral Culture and the Commemoration of the Dead in Borderlands, edited by Ferdinand Kühnel, Soňa Mikulová, and Snežana Stanković, 77–106, Berlin: Peter Lang, 2023.

Juhászová, Tereza. “Post-WWII Migration Flows in Micro-perspective: The Case of the East Slovak Small Town Medzev.” Individual and Society | Človek a spoločnosť 25, no. 1 (2022). https://doi.org/10.31577/cas.2022.01.598

Juhászová, Tereza. “The Troubled Pasts of Hungarian and German Minorities in Slovakia and Their Representation in Museums.” Journal of Nationalism, Memory & Language Politics 12, no. 1 (2018), 52–71. https://doi.org/10.2478/jnmlp-2018-0002