- (December 2016, in press). “Displaying Garbage: Installations as Spaces of Domination and Resistance,” New Political Science 38 (4).
- Surak, S., and A. Pope. (2016 in press). Engaging the Educators: Facilitating Civic Engagement through Faculty Development. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement.
- (2016). “Capitalist Logics, Pollution Management, and the Regulation of Harm: Economic Responses to the Problem of Waste Electronics.” Capitalism Nature Socialism, 38 (1), 1–4.
- (2016). “To the Perfection of Waste: Utopian Visions and Reimagining Managing.” Administrative Theory & Praxis, 38 (1), 5–18.
- (2011). “Finding Value in Trash? Power, Waste Regimes, and German Vehicle Recycling Legislation.” Public Knowledge Journal, (3) 3.
- Surak, S.M., and M.E. Rogge (2005). “Towards Democratic and Sustainable Development in the Visegrad Countries: An Assessment of the Role of Environmental Nongovernmental Organizations.” Social Development Issues 27 (1), 55–72.
Non-Peer Reviewed Publications
- Kirsch, R.E., and S. Surak (December 2016, in press). “Introduction to the Special Issue: Marcuse in the Twenty-First Century: Radical Politics, Critical Theory, and Revolutionary Praxis.” New Political Science 38 (4).
- (2016). Introduction to the Symposium: “Utopian Ideals in Public Administration: Engineering Techno-Utopias?” Administrative Theory & Praxis 38 (1), 1–4.
- (2015). Introduction. In Reitz, C., and P.E. Jansen (eds.), Herbert Marcuse’s 1974 Paris Lectures at Vincennes University: U.S. Political Economy & Possibilities of Freedom, vii-xvi. Limited-edition publication.
- (2015). Introduction to the Symposium: “Utopian Ideals in Public Administration.” Administrative Theory and Praxis 37 (2), 77–80.
Publications in Process
- Surak, S., Jenson, C., Pope, A., and M. McCartney. “Assessing Faculty Development Seminars to Support Civic Engagement.” In Rios, A., McCartney, M., Bennion, E.A., and D.W. Simpson (eds.) Teaching Civic Engagement: From Student to Active Citizen. Washington, DC: American Political Science Association. (expected 2017).
- Review of Freegans: Diving into the Wealth of Food Waste in America in Environmental Values. (expected 2017).
- (2016). “Environmentalism.” In Turner, B.S, C. Kyung-Sup, C. Epstein, P. Kivisto, W. Outhwaite, and J.M. Ryan (eds.). Encyclopedia of Social Theory. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Blackwell.
- (2012). “Downcycling.” In Rathje, A., and J.G. Golson (eds.), Encyclopedia of Consumption and Waste: The Social Science of Garbage. Los Angeles, CA: Sage.
- (2012). “Avoided Cost.” In Rathje, A., and J.G. Golson (eds.), Encyclopedia of Consumption and Waste: The Social Science of Garbage. Los Angeles, CA: Sage.
- (2011). “Extended Producer Responsibility.” In Robbins, P., D. Mulvaney, and J.G. Golson (eds.), Green Technology. Los Angeles, CA: Sage.
- (2011). Product Stewardship.” In Robbins, P., D. Mulvaney, and J.G. Golson (eds.), Green Technology. Los Angeles, CA: Sage.
- (2013). Review: “Recycling Reconsidered: The Present Failure and Future Promise of Environmental Action in the United States.” New Political Science, 35 (1), 150-153.
- (2010). “Crisis, Disaster, and a Socialist Solution for All?” Public Knowledge Journal, (2) 2.