Domonkos Sik is an associate professor of Sociology at the ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary, where he has been a faculty member for the last five years. His research deals with various topics in critical theory including phenomenology of mental disorders and the transformation of political culture in the post-transition period. He participated in several research projects funded by EU FP7 (MYPLACE, MyWeb) and the NRDI. Currently he is the principal investigator of a project about “Solidarity in late modernity” (funded by NRDI). His work has appeared in such venues as The Sociological Review, European Journal of Social Theory and Politics, Culture and Socialization. He has written several monographs including the recent Radicalism and indifference (Peter Lang 2016).