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Scott  Timcke (under contract) State, Capital, Empire: How the American Way of War Drives Social Inequality, University of Westminster Press, Critical Digital and Social Media Series. Delivered to Publisher, Expected Publication Date, March 2017

Edited Collections
Scott  Timcke  and  Graham  Mackenzie  (eds.) (2016)  Special  Issue on “Alienation.” New Proposals: Journal of Marxism and Interdisciplinary Inquiry, 7(2), in press.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Scott Timcke (2016) Communication  Studies,  Normative  Justice,  and  Amalgamating Traditions  of Inquiry. KOME: An International Journal of Pure Communication Inquiry 

Scott Timcke (2016) Communication  Studies  at  a  Crossroads:  What  Do  We  Stand For? International Communication Gazette, 77(2), (accepted and in press). 

Scott  Timcke  and  Derek  Kootte (2016) Institutional  Analysis  and  the  Political Economy  of Communication. MediaWatch

Scott Timcke (2016) Structuralism and the Concern with Communication, Cultures de la Communication 1(1)

Scott Timcke (2014) The Imperial Republic and Pax-Americana: State Formation, Inequality,and the New American Way of WarTriple-C – Communication, Capitalism & Critique 12(1) 366-389

Scott Timcke (2013) Is all Reification Forgetting?: On Connerton’s Types of ForgettingTriple-C – Communication, Capitalism & Critique 11(2) 375- 387

Bojin Traykov and Scott Timcke (2013)  The Student Commodity: Labour and NeoliberalIdeology in Public EducationNew Proposals: Journal of Marxism and Interdisciplinary Inquiry 6(1+2)

Scott Timcke (2010) Quests, Voyagers and Wanderings: White South African migrants ‘findingthemselves’ in the United Kingdom, African Identities 8(3)

Scott Timcke (2009) Cellular Technology as a Business Support Tool in the Micro Economy: indicators from a Johannesburg Case Study, Africanus: Journal of Development Studies 39(1)

Scott Timcke (2008)  Open Archives and Collaboration: Where to now?Innovation: Journal of Appropriate Librarianship and Information Work in Southern Africa 36

Scott Timcke (2013) Review of John Marsh’s (2011) Class Dismissed: Why We Cannot Teach or Learn Our Way Out of Inequality, New York, Monthly Review Press, New Proposals: Journal of Marxism and Interdisciplinary Inquiry 6(1+2)

Scott Timcke (2012) Review of Paul Kahn (2011) Political Theology: Four new chapters on concept of sovereignty, New York: Columbia University Press, Politikon 38(2)

Timcke, S. N., Webb, G. and McKinnon, J., (2011) Review of the 2011 IAMCR Conference, Stream: Culture/Politics/Technology 4(1)

Scott Timcke (2010) Review of Niall Ferguson (2008) The Ascent of Money: a financial history of the world, New York: The Penguin Press, Politikon 37(1) 

SSRN and Working Papers
Scott Timcke (2015) An Appraisal of Robert Brandom's Making it Explicit, Stream: Culture/Politics/Technology 7(1)

Scott Timcke (2015) Filling in the Gaps: Archives and Memory in Communication Studies, SSRN

Scott Timcke (2015) Discourse, Memory, and Post-Apartheid South African Archives, SSRN

Scott Timcke (2013) A National Question: South African Heritage Policy and the Consequences for KhoiSan Rock Art, SSRN

Scott Timcke (2013) Just Not Cricket: The Perpetuation of Privilege by Cricket South AfricaSSRN

Scott Timcke (2013) The Politics of Education Assessment in South African Public Schooling, 1994-2010, SSRN

Scott Timcke, Graeme Webb, Jay McKinnon, Sibo Chen (2013) In Defense of Working Papers Stream: Culture/Politics/Technology 6(1)