Publications: Wickham, Gary
Wickham, G. (2014) Hobbes's commitment to society as a product of sovereignty: A basis for a Hobbesian sociology. Journal of Classical Sociology, 14 (2). pp. 139-155.
Wickham, G. (2012) Sociology's object(s) and the discipline's relevance: Introduction to the Special Issue. Journal of Sociology, 48 (4). pp. 339-345.
Wickham, G. (2012) The core object 'society' and sociology's public relevance: History versus theory. Journal of Sociology, 48 (4). pp. 427-442.
Malpas, J. and Wickham, G. (2010) Rzadzenie i porazka. O granicach socjologii/Governance and Failure: On the Limits of Sociology. Zardzadzanie Publiczne, 11 (1). pp. 92-102.
Wickham, G. (2010) Sociology, the public sphere, and modern government: a challenge to the dominance of Habermas. The British Journal of Sociology, 61 (1). pp. 155-175.
Wickham, G. (2008) Competing uses of history in researching the social: A reply to Peter Baehr. Current Sociology, 56 (6). pp. 949-954.
Wickham, G. and Kendall, G. (2008) Critical discourse analysis, description, explanation, causes: Foucault's inspiration versus Weber's perspiration. Historical Social Research, 33 (1). pp. 142-161.
Wickham, G. (2008) 'High society: Are our social sciences as relevant to government as they might be?'. Australian Universities Review, 50 (2). pp. 142-161.
Wickham, G. (2008) Protecting law from Morality’s Stalking Horse: The ‘socio’ in much socio-legal studies. Law Text Culture, 12 (1). pp. 104-127.
Wickham, G. and Freemantle, H. (2008) Some additional knowledge conditions for sociology. Current Sociology, 56 (6). pp. 922-939.
Wickham, G. and Kendall, G. (2008) What once was old is new again: Reviving an early-modern form of interdisciplinarity for socio-legal studies. Flinders Journal of Law Reform, 10 (3). pp. 485-500.
Wickham, G. (2008) The social must be limited: Some problems with Foucault's approach to modern positive power. Journal of Sociology, 44 (1). pp. 29-44.
Wickham, G. and Evers, B. (2007) But culture can also be dangerous: An outline of a research project. Nexus, 19 (3). pp. 3-5.
Wickham, G. and Kendall, G. (2007) Critical discourse analysis, description, explanation, causes: Foucault's inspiration versus weber's perspiration. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung, 8 (2). Article No. 4.
Wickham, G. (2006) The law-morality relation revisited: A challenge to established traditions by the Australian sceptical approach. Griffith Law Review, 15 (1). pp. 27-48.
Wickham, G. (2005) Ethics, morality and the formation of cultural studies intellectuals. Cultural Studies Review, 11 (1). pp. 71-86.
Wickham, G. and Kendall, G. (2005) The severe limits of genealogy: a response to Hook’. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 2 (1). pp. 35-42.
Goodie, J. and Wickham, G. (2002) Calculating 'public interest': Common law and the legal governance of the environment. Social & Legal Studies, 11 (1). pp. 37-60.
Wickham, G. (2002) Rethinking the relationship between the social and the cultural. Nexus, 14 (2). pp. 9-10.
Wickham, G. (2000) 'Foucault and Gadamer: Like apples and oranges passing in the night'. Chicago-Kent Law Review, 76 . pp. 913-943.
Malpas, J. and Wickham, G. (1997) Governance and the world: From Joe DiMaggio to Michel Foucault. The UTS Review, 3 (2). pp. 91-108.
Kendall, G. and Wickham, G. (1996) Governing the culture of cities: a Foucaultian framework. Southern Review, 29 (2). pp. 202-219.
Lewi, H. and Wickham, G. (1996) Modern urban government: A Foucaultian perspective. Urban Policy and Research, 14 (1). pp. 51-64.
Malpas, J. and Wickham, G. (1995) Governance and failure: on the limits of sociology. Journal of Sociology, 31 (3). pp. 37-50.
Wickham, G. (1992) Interdisciplinarity and Australian legal education: A commentary on the Pearce Report five years on. Socio-Legal Bulletin (7). pp. 11-15.
Wickham, G. (1992) Sport, manners, persons, government: Sport, Elias, Mauss, Foucault. Cultural Studies, 6 (2). pp. 219-231.
Wickham, G. (1991) Theorising sociology in the face of postmodernism. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 27 (3). pp. 351-368.
Wickham, G. (1989) 'Resisting the Tories’ control of universities: a dialogue with the Australian experience. AUT Bulletin (159). p. 8.
Wickham, G. (2015) Allow Aussies to opt out of Medicare and rely on private health insurance. The Conversation, 1 April 2015 .
Wickham, G. (2015) Breaking up is hard to do: How the ALP can differ from the Greens. The Conversation, 9 April 2015 .
Wickham, G. (2015) The glory or the ‘gravel’: What keeps fans flocking to the AFL? The Conversation, 2 October 2015 .
Wickham, G. (2015) The slow politics of dignity for the aged and dying in Australia. The Conversation, 15 June 2015 .
Wickham, G. (2013) Aussie, Aussie, Aussie, Oi, Oi, Oi: Why do we love sport so much? The Conversation, 18 June .
Wickham, G. (2013) ‘Culture’ in team sport: Corporate speak or vital for success? The Conversation, 28 April .
Wickham, G. (2013) Drugs in sport: What constitutes ‘unfair advantage’? The Conversation, 20 March .
Wickham, G. (2013) Take a walk on the mild side: The attractions of the political centre. The Conversation, 20 November .
Wickham, G. (2013) Why our ‘second tier’ universities are responsible for social and economic change. The Conversation, 7 July .
Wickham, G. (2013) The citizenship hobby horse is a bumpy ride for Aussie cricket fans. The Conversation, 9 July .
Wickham, G. and Goodie, J. (2013) The great governmental challenge of climate change. The Conversation, 29 October .
Wickham, G. (2011) Constitutionalism, sovereignty, and the troubled category of social citizenship. In: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Conference, 29 November - 1 December, Newcastle, New South Wales
Goodie, J. and Wickham, G. (2010) Competing understandings of the intersection between society and environment in the climate change debate. In: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) 2010 Conference, 6 - 9 December, Sydney, Australia
Wickham, G. (2009) Sociology and international law: some historical connections. In: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) 2009 Conference, 1 - 4 December, Canberra, Australia
Kendall, G. and Wickham, G. (2006) Problems with the critical posture? Foucault and critical discourse analysis. In: Social Change in the 21st Century Conference, 27 October, Brisbane, Queensland
Wickham, G. (2000) Forget globalization and its siblings: study everyday culture as ordering! In: Second International Conference on Globalization, Culture and Everyday Life, 5 - 7 July, Manchester, United Kingdom
Kendall, G. and Wickham, G. (1999) Lessons from an old millennium: Law and regulation in the ancient city. In: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) 1999 Conference, 7 - 10 December, Melbourne, Australia
Kendall, G. and Wickham, G. (1998) Forget postmodernism: towards a nonmodern sociology. In: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) 1998 Conference, 1 - 5 December, Brisbane, Australia
Wickham, G. (2011) Foucault and the promise of power without dogma. In: Delanty, G. and Turner, S., (eds.) Routledge International Handbook of Contemporary Social and Political Theory. Routledge, London, pp. 45-55.
Wickham, G. and Evers, B. (2010) Society, state, security, and subject formation: The emergence of modern neutrality society and the formation of the types of subjects it requires. In: Yeatman, A. and Zolkos, M., (eds.) State, Security and Subject Formation. Continuum, New York, pp. 116-132.
Wickham, G. and Goodie, J. (2013) Legal and political challenges of governing the environment and climate change: Ruling nature. Routledge, New York, NY.
Wickham, G. and Pavlich, G. (Eds) (2001) Rethinking law, society and governance: Foucault’s bequest. Hart Publishing, Oxford.
Kendall, G. and Wickham, G. (2001) Understanding culture: Cultural studies, order, ordering. SAGE Publications Ltd, London.
Hunt, A. and Wickham, G. (1994) Foucault and law : towards a sociology of law as governance. Pluto Press, London.
Wickham, G. (2010) Book review on Foucault’s Monsters and the Challenge of Law by Andrew N. Sharpe. Journal of Law and Society, 37 (4). pp. 691-696.
Wickham, G. (2009) Book Review: Histories of Australian sociology: John Germov and Tara Renae McGee Melbourne. Journal of Sociology, 45 (2). pp. 222-224.
Wickham, G. (2009) Book review on Deniz Coskun, Law as Symbolic Form: Ernst Cassirer and the Anthropocentric View of Law. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Revue internationale de Sémiotique juridique, 22 (4). pp. 477-481.
Wickham, G. (2003) Book Reviews of Smith, P. Cultural Theory: An Introduction, and Turner, B.S. and C. Rojek Society and Culture: Principles of Scarcity and Solidarity. Journal of Sociology, 39 (4). pp. 435-439.
Wickham, G. (2002) Book Reviews of Boucock, C. In the Grip of Freedom, and Rose, N. Powers of Freedom. Journal of Law and Society, 29 (2). pp. 355-373.
Wickham, G. (1998) Some yards easy, some yards hard: extended book review. The UTS Review, 4 (1). pp. 210-214.
Wickham, G. (1988) Participatory democracy is more than just economics. The Australian Financial Review (5 August). p. 14.
Wickham, G. (1986) Book Reviews on M. Cousins and A. Hussain, Michel Foucault, M. Poster, Foucault, Marxism and History and B. Smart, Foucault, Marxism and Critique. Thesis Eleven, 14 (1). pp. 136-139.
Wickham, G. (1984) The politics of history and the New South Wales Builders’ Labourers’ Federation. Local Consumption Occasional Paper, 2 .