Kosicki’s research focuses on the transformation of European political movements and political culture from 1945 to 1968, with particular attention to political Catholicism and secular religion in France, Germany, Italy, and Poland. He also analyzes the role of transnational movements in Poland and the West during the Cold War. He is co-coordinating an international project on political manifestations of the collective memory of war and aggression in 20th-century Europe and post-colonial states, and is co-guest editor of a forthcoming special issue of the International Journal of Sociology reporting preliminary results. In 2005-06, he held a Fulbright Fellowship at Warsaw University, where he was a lecturer in contemporary history. He has published articles and presented papers in English, French, and Polish.