Other distributed titles

Our distribution offers various titles published or co-published by the individual departments of the Faculty of Arts.

The most important series:

  • Abusir edition series (Czech Institute of Egyptology)

The Abusir series provides in-depth and up to date information on the results of the archaeological excavations and research of the Czech Institute of Egyptology in the vast cemeteries of Abusir; a major site within the Memphite necropolis. The richly illustrated volumes cover three main areas: the pyramid cemetery of the Fifth Dynasty in Central Abusir, the Old Kingdom cemetery of nobles and priests in South Abusir as well as the Late Period (Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh Dynasty) shaft tomb cemetery located in between. The series provides not only the final excavation reports on tombs and pyramids, but specific volumes also deal with the funerary material uncovered, such as statues or papyrus archives, as well as specific iconographical aspects of tombs and temples. The material and data is furthermore placed within the larger context of the Memphite necropolis and beyond

  • Pistiros edition series (Institute of Classical Archaeology)

The Pistiros series was dedicated to the archaeology projects in the location of the Greek town Pistiros in Bulgaria explored by prof. Jan Bouzek and his colleagues.

You can find all available titles in our e-shop.


Besides the faculty edition series, members of our academic community publish the results of their work through the Karolinum Press (Charles University publishing house), established in 1990. Karolinum publishes academic monographs and participates significantly in the production of the CU journals series – Acta Universitatis Carolinae (AUC). The journals issued by the individual faculties of Charles University cover a wide range of subject areas. Some of the journals have a tradition dating back to the nineteenth century, some are new and reflect the current needs of the university. The AUC is an important source of information on the current state of research in most of the fields studied at CU. The individual series have various periodicities and are published in the form of collective volumes or monographs. Original works and the independent review procedure are always emphasised. The articles are published in one of the world languages or at least contain foreign language abstracts. Thanks to extensive inter-library exchange, the AUC serves as an important link to the global academic community.

FA publishing activity through Karolinum Press includes:

  • AUC Philologica (ISSN 0567-8269)

This is a reviewed specialised periodical equipped with a foreign language abstract. It is dedicated to linguistic and literary issues and is published twice a year. It includes theme oriented issues – Germanistica Pragensia, Graecolatina Pragensia, Orientalia Pragensia, Phonetica Pragensia, Prague Studies in English, Romanistica Pragensia, Slavica Pragensia and Translatologica Pragensia.

  • AUC Philosophica et historica (ISSN 0567-8293)

The series has a more than fifty-year old tradition; since 1975 it has been a reviewed specialised periodical with foreign language abstracts. It contains original, usually monothematic works from the humanities fields, dedicated to certain historical periods or dealing with certain topics or phenomena approached from a modern evaluative perspective. The thematic issues include especially Studia Historica, Studia Sociologica and From Auxiliary Historical Sciences (Z pomocných věd historických), Miscellanea Logica and Miscellanea Musicologica. It is published twice a year.

  • Ibero-Americana Pragensia (ISSN 0536-2520)
  • Ibero-Americana Pragensia – Supplementum (ISSN 1210-6690)

The Ibero-Americana Pragensia yearly is an academic series issued by the CUFA Centre for Ibero-American Studies and published since 1967. It was the first academic periodical published in Spanish in Central and Eastern Europe. It contains studies from the field of history, literary sciences and linguistics, and to smaller extent ethnology, art history, philosophy and other social sciences.

The annual is supplemented by a number of monographs, source editions and contributions presented at conferences on Ibero-American themes.

  • Praehistorica (ISSN 0231-5432)

The series issued by the CUFA Institute of Prehistory and Early History is dedicated to Central European archaeology and has been published since 1938. It is concerned with prehistorical to early historical issues and contains both monographs and thematically focused issues containing contributions by different authors