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Researcher at the Documentation Department, administrator of the Collection of Drawings and Prints and the Collection of Plan Documentation.
Jana Marešová studied at the Department of Auxiliary Historical Sciences and Archive Studies, Charles University (MA 2004) and in 2013, she received her Ph.D. from the Department of Art History, Charles University. She joined the IAH CAS in 2004 as a specialized staff member and, since 2015, she has assumed a research position there. In addition to administering the collections, she edits historical sources for art history and heritage protection (e.g. unpublished catalogues of heritage monuments) and conducts research.
Jana Marešová (ed.), František Mareš – Jan Sedláček, Soupis památek uměleckých a historických v politickém okresu Český Krumlov. Svazek druhý: Český Krumlov. Edice nedokončeného rukopisu / Inventar der Historischen Bau- und Kunstdenkmäler im politische Bezirk Böhmisch Krumau, Praha 2017 (as the editor).
Jana Marešová (ed.), Edice nedokončeného soupisu uměleckých památek politického okresu Pardubicko-Holicko Přeloučeského, napsal V. K. Vendl, Praha 2007.
Jana Marešová, Soupisy památek pod taktovkou Archeologické komise, Monumentorum tutela, Ochrana pamiatok 30, Bratislava 2020, s. 109-214.
INDIHU - development of tools and infrastructure for digital humanities (NAKI II DG16P02B039) - co-investigator
Preparing an edition Soupis historických a uměleckých památek v politickém okresu Strakonice (author A. Birnbaumová).
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