In January 2019, we launched a student internship programme which accepts applicants from the Czech Republic and abroad. Its content corresponds to the ERASMUS+ Practical Placement model, with participants being engaged in the work of the Centre on a part-time basis. They are given the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the technological and content aspects of our work. However, due to the significant time flexibility, this internship can also be applied as a practical internship requirement fulfilment of the relevant study programmes at Czech universities.
Potential applicants can contact us via malach(at)ufal.mff.cuni.cz.
Jonas Bakkeli Eide (August - December 2019)
|Our second intern, Jonas Eide from Norway, a history student at the University of Oslo, was given the task of preparing the implementation of the functionally enhanced Malach user interface. In the course of his practice, he produced transcripts and subtitles of English-language interviews from the JHC Melbourne archive and the Refugee Voices archive and was involved in developing the methodology for processing audiovisual data for these purposes. At the same time, at CVHM, he conducted research on the process of integrating Jewish refugees in the post-World War II United Kingdom for a term paper that was part of his practice.|
Alexandra Patiño Castro (January - February 2019)
|Our first-ever intern, Alexandra Patiño Castro from Mexico, a student of international relations at the University of Monterrey, was particularly involved in the development of the Malach Centre user interface. Throughout her practice, she created transcripts and subtitles of English-language interviews from the JHC Melbourne archives. At the same time, she assisted in the preparation and implementation of the 9th annual CVHM conference.||
Department of Sociology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, MA program
During his internship at CVH Malach, Grygorii focused on the possibilities of systematic comparison of different oral history interviews conducted with the same narrator. Using qualitative sociological methods, he performed a detailed analysis of eight interview recordings from the USC Shoah Foundation's Visual History Archive, the Refugee Voices Archive and the Centropa database. He also participated in organizing the international colloquium Stages of Ethnic and Nationalist Violence in November 2019.
Department of Sociology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, BA program
As part of her professional experience at Malach CVH, Adéla was involved in the development of our user interface by (1) preparing a user guide script for the use of USC Shoah Foundation's Visual History Archive, and (2) producing transcripts and subtitles of English-language interviews from the JHC Melbourne archive. She also participated in the organization of our PraViDCo - Prague Visual History and Digital Humanities Conference in January 2020.