Kryštof Kozák is currently Deputy Head of the Department of North American Studies at the Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague. He is an alumnus of the American Studies program at Charles University, but studied also at Bard College, New York, University of California, San Diego and Freie Universitaet Berlin. His latest publication focused on the role of collective memory in transatlantic relations. He taught and published also on U.S.-Mexican relations or U.S. legal system.
KOZAK Krystof, BAUER, Pauli, TOTH, Gyorgy and WANGER, Allison: Memory in Transatlantic Relations. From the Cold War to the Global War on Terror. Routledge, 2019.
KOZÁK, Kryštof. Conflicted Cultural Memory and U.S Foreign Policy: The “Lost Ca(u)se” of the U.S. Radar Base in the Czech Republic. Ad Americam, 2019.
KOZÁK, Kryštof. České probuzení z amerického snu. Proč a jak se v České republice zabývat Spojenými státy? [Czech awakening from the American Dream. Why and how to study the U.S. from Czech perspective], Karolinum, 2019.
KOZÁK, Kryštof. Joyful Tanks Meet Gay Poet: Commemorating Liberation by ‘America’ in the Age of Global War on Terror, Review of International American Studies Vol. 9, Fall–Winter № 2/2016.
GRABOWSKI, Marcin, KOZAK, Krystof and TOTH Gyorgy (eds.): United States as a Divided Nation. Frankfurt: Peter Lang Verlag, 2014, ISBN 978-3-631-65108-7