Tomáš Karger studied sociology and andragogy at Palacky University Olomouc, where he is currently a doctoral student in sociology. He also has a technical background in his education and from there stems his long-lasting interest in Cybernetics, General Systems Theory and Theory of Complex Systems and their application in social sciences, particularly in sociology of culture and sociology of technology. His dissertation project concerns the use of the concepts of self-organization and emergence as models of social reproduction and change.
2012 – 2013 Consumer Culture Theory and Research (funded by internal grant agency of Palacky University Olomouc)
2012 – 2014 Persecution, Exclusion and Toleration of Non-traditional Religious Minorities: the Case of Czech Buddhism and Unification Church Before and After 1989 (funded by internal grant agency of Palacky University Olomouc)
„Kreativní třída“ v kritické optice Bourdieuho teorie (“Creative Class” in the Critical Perspective of Bourdieu’s Theory) in: Konstrukt 6 (2011), available from: [http://www.konstruktmag.cz/%E2%80%9Ekreativni-trida%E2%80%9C-v-kriticke-optice-bourdieuho-teorie/].