| ||Sean Scalmer|
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Sarah Maddison and S. Scalmer, Activism Speaks: Practical Knowledge and Creative Tension in Social Movements, Sydney: University of New South Wales Press, forthcoming, 2004.
Stuart Macintyre and S. Scalmer, What If? Counterfactual Essays in Australian History, Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, forthcoming, 2004.
S. Scalmer, Dissent Events: Protest, the Media, and the Political Gimmick in Australia, Sydney: University of New South Wales Press, 2002.
S. Scalmer, 'Political Chronicle: New South Wales, January to June 2003', Australian Journal of Politics and History, vol. 49, no. 4, December 2003, pp.567-572.
S. Scalmer, 'Political Chronicle: New South Wales, July to December 2002', Australian Journal of Politics and History, vol. 49, no. 2, June 2003, pp.253-258.
S. Scalmer and Sarah Maddison, 'Making the Future: Activism and Hope', Overland, no. 173, December 2003, pp.30-35.
S. Scalmer, 'The Labour of Diffusion: The Peace Pledge Union
and the Adaptation of the Gandhian Repertoire', Mobilization: The International Journal of Research in Social Movements, Protest, and Contentious Politics, vol. 7, no. 3, 2002, pp.269-286.
S. Scalmer, 'From Contestation to Autonomy: The Staging and Framing of Anti-Hanson Contention', Australian Journal of Politics and History, vol. 47, no. 2, June 2001, pp.209-224.
S. Scalmer, 'Translating Contention: Culture, History, and the Circulation of Collective Action', Alternatives, vol. 25, 2000, pp.491-514.
Terry Irving and S. Scalmer, 'The Public Sphere and Party Change: Explaining the Modernisation of the Australian Labor Party in the 1960s', Labour History Review, vol. 65, no. 2, 2000, pp.227-246.
Kurt Iveson and S. Scalmer, 'Contesting the Inevitable: Notes on S11', Overland, no. 161, Summer 2000, pp.4-12.
Terry Irving and S. Scalmer, 'Reply to Tom Bramble', Labour History, no. 79, November 2000, pp.185-188.
S. Scalmer and Terry Irving, 'The Rise of the Modern Labour Technocrat: Intellectual Labour and the Transformation of the Amalgamated Metal Workers' Union, 1973-85', Labour History, no. 77, November 1999, pp.64-82.
Terry Irving and S. Scalmer, 'Australian Labour Intellectuals: An Introduction', Labour History, no. 77, November 1999, pp.1-10.
S. Scalmer, 'The Production of a Founding Event: The Case of Pauline Hanson's Maiden Parliamentary Speech, Theory and Event, vol. 3, no. 2, 1999. Journal available electronically at: http://www.press.jhu.edu/journals/theory_&_event
S. Scalmer, 'The Battlers versus the Elites: The Australian Right's Language of Class', Overland, no. 154, Autumn 1999, pp.9-13.
S. Scalmer, 'The Puzzle of Meanjin and the historical emergence of an Australian intelligentsia', Journal of Australian Studies, no. 62, 1999, pp.198-204.
Murray Goot and S. Scalmer, 'Elites and the Media', in Barry Hindess and Marian Sawer (eds.), Us and Them: Elites in Australia, St. Lucia: University of Queensland Press, forthcoming 2004.
K. Iveson and S. Scalmer, 'Carnival at Crown Casino: S11 as Party and
Protest', in Graham St. John (ed), FreeNRG: notes from the edge of the dancefloor, Altona, Victoria: Common Ground Publishing, 2001, pp.223-235.
S. Scalmer, 'Crisis to Crisis: 1950-66', in John Faulkner and Stuart Macintyre (eds.), True Believers: The Story of the Federal Parliamentary Labor Party, Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 2001, pp.90-104.
S. Scalmer, '“A Co-Fraternity – Not Merely a Few Sheets of Famine Prices Paper”: Reading as a Labour Movement Community Practice', in Raymond Markey (ed), Labour and Community: Historical Essays, Wollongong: University of Wollongong Press, 2001, pp.242-260.
S. Scalmer, 'Students, Teachers and (Social) Classes', in T.W. Maxwell and Peter Ninnes (eds.), The Context of Teaching, 2nd Edition, Armidale: Kardoorair Press, 2000, pp.55-71.
T.H. Irving and S. Scalmer, 'Labour Historians as Labour Intellectuals: Generations and Crises', in David Palmer, Ross Shanahan and Martin Shanahan (eds.), Australian Labour History Reconsidered, Unley, South Australia: Australian Humanities Press, 1999, pp.234-239.
S. Scalmer, 'The Political Uses of Marxism', in Carole Ferrier (ed), The Point of Change: Marxism, Australia, History, Theory, Australian Studies Centre, Dept of English, University of Queensland, 1998, pp.105-115.
S. Scalmer, 'The Class We Failed', in T.W. Maxwell (ed), The Context of Teaching, Armidale: Kardoorair Press, 1998, pp.103-120.