Dr. Radim Hladík is a researcher at the Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague, where he also obtained his M.A. in media studies and Ph.D. in Sociology. He has also extensively studied and conducted research abroad. As a postdoctoral researcher, he has worked at the Institute of Philosophy, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. His research interests include sociology of science, culture, and media, post-socialism and memory studies. In the PolCoRe group, he is currently focusing on conceptual problems of the so-called new media and on political meanings in mediated popular culture.
Hladík, Radim: „Za hranice mediálních technologií a oborů: současné přístupy k žánru Mediální studia, roč. 6, 2012, č. 2, s. 176–181.
Hladík, Radim: “A Theory’s Travelogue: Post-Colonial Theory in Post-Socialist Space.” Teorie vědy/Theory of Science, vol. XXIII, 2011, no. 4., p. 561-590. Reprinted in Postcolonial Europe (http://www.postcolonial-europe.eu/).
Carpentier-Reifová, Irena; Gillárová, Kateřina; Hladík, Radim: “The Way We Applauded … How popular culture stimulates collective memory of the socialist past in Czechoslovakia – the case of the television serial Vyprávěj and its viewers.” Pp. 199-221 in Aniko Imre, Timothy Bavena, Katalin Lustyik (eds.).: Popular Television in Eastern Europe During and Since Socialism. London and New York, Routledge (2013).
Hladík, Radim: Traumatické komedie: Politika paměti v českém filmu. Sociální studia, vol. 7, no. 1 (2010), p. 9-26.