Mgr. Helena Kaňková, Ph.D.Department of Modern Languages and Literatures
Helena Janasová is a lecturer and researcher who received her MA in English and French Philology at Palacký University in 2000 and her PhD at Palacký University in 2013 in Romance languages. Her dissertation was a paper on Cajun minority and its identity and language in contact with English.
She currently teaches a course in British Studies at Tomas Bata University, Zlin and her current research focuses on British cultural studies.
2013 Palacký University in Olomouc, Faculty of Arts, Ph.D. (dissertation on Cajun minority and its language in Louisiana)
1994 – 2000 Palacký University in Olomouc, Faculty of Arts, Engllish philology. French philology. Master´s degree.
1990 – 1994 Lesní čtvrť Grammar School
Internships and study stays
2009 St. Giles International College, London Highgate, English for Specific Purposes
2009 University of Lafayette, Louisiana, U.S.A
2008 University of Porto, Portugal, lecturer within the Erasmus programme
2007 University of Miskolc, Hungary lecturer within the Erasmus programme
Process of employment
2001 – present: Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, Faculty of Humanities, Tomas Bata University