The principal function of the Komensky Club is to provide wide ranging events that focus on culture and history and that bring together people of diverse backgrounds who share an interest in all things Czech.

Feel free to look around this website, and most of all, we hope you learn something about us. When you're done, we'd really appreciate some feedback on the site, and any ideas on how to make it better. You can get our e-mail address in the Contact section.

If you're interested in this semester's Komensky Club meetings, you can found out when and what is going on in the Calendar section.

If you are interested in reading our periodical, you can find a link here: periodical "Nas Svet".

In the future we'll put news from the club as well as from the Czech Republic here. If you want to learn more about what's going on in the Czech Republic now, you can find some great links here.

The Czech Komensky Club has been awarded the Gratias Agit Award, given by the Government of the Czech Republic to meritorious individuals ad organizations. Click for more information.

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UNL Czech Program, Czech Komenský Club 

and Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences



WE February 22: FILM Cosy Dens (Pelíšky).

Aftertalk: Dr. Eva Taterová

Burnett Hall 302, 6:30-9 pm; pizza served

March 1-April 11: Charter 77 Exhibition (UNL Love  Library, Basement – by Special Collections)

Closing Night with Laco Deczi and Cellula New York (TBA)


TR March 9: Dr. Hana Waisserova: Totalitarian Regimes and Its Dissidents (Global Café Series)

Colonial Room A, City Campus Student Union, 3–4 pm


TR March 30: Czech Special Collection Open House: Talk and Workshop. Get to know the Czech Special Collection!

Peterson Room and Czech Special Collection, UNL Love Library,

2–4 pm, coffee served


TR March 30: Dr. David Goldfrank (Director of Medieval Studies, Georgetown University, Washington DC): Good King Wenceslas: Bohemian Patron Saint in European Context (With UNL Classics and Medieval Series)

Ubuntu Room, Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center, 5–7 pm


MO April 10: Decorating Easter Eggs (with UNL Russian Club), 5–6 pm, 1126 Oldfather Hall


April 10, 11: Laco Deczi and Celula New York Jazz Concerts (TBA)

With special thanks to Dept. of Modern Languages and Literatures, History Department, Department of Classics and Religious Studies and Senate Convocation Fund.