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Czech: Language & Culture

General Links

Czech and Slovak Music Society: Czech Music

REENIC: Czech Republic

Library of Congress Portals to the World: Czech Republic

Learn About Other Languages: Czech

Wikipedia: Czech Language

Languages on the Web: Czech

Ethnologue: Czech

American Czech Educational Center: Czech and Slovak Links

Country and Culture teaching modules from the Defense Language Institute

Governmental and Geographical Resources

US Department of State Background Notes: Czech Republic

Embassy of the Czech Republic in Washington, DC

Government of the Czech Republic

BBC News Country Profiles: Czech Republic

CIA World Factbook: Czech Republic

Professional Associations and Language Resource Centers

American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (AAASS)

British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies

American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL)

International Association of Teachers of Czech

Library Resources

Library of Congress European Reading Room: Czech and Slovak Collections

The British Library: Czech Collections

Hoover Institution Library and Archives: Czech and Slovak - Stanford University

Media Links

Ceske Noviny


Radio Praha

The Prague Post


Tydenik Respekt

Scholarly Publications

Slavic and East European Journal

Slavic Review

Study Opportunities

ACTR/ACCELS Language Programs

Indiana University Summer Workshop in Slavic, East European and Central Asian Languages

Educational Directories Unlimited: Language Study Abroad Programs - Czech

Masaryk University: Central European Studies Program (Brno)

New Paltz Language Immersion Institute

Charles University, Prague: Department of Czech Language


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