If you cannot obtain a copy of an article, send me a note through the contact form and I will provide one so long as it is used in accord with fair-use.

  • Scott, R. (Accepted for publication 2017.) A case study of racial exclusion and carcerality in the Midwest: Illinois before the carceral state. American Studies (AMSJ) forthcoming.
  • Scott, R., Ed. (2015.) College in prison in the era of mass incarceration. New Directions for Community Colleges 170 (Summer 2015).
  • Scott, R. (2014.) Using critical pedagogy to connect prison education and prison abolitionism. St. Louis University Public Law Review 23(2): 401-414.
  • Scott, R. (2014.) The art of brevity. Visual Arts Journal 40(1):121-123.
  • Scott, R. & Saucedo, M. (2013.) Mass incarceration, the school-to-prison pipeline, and the struggle over “secure communities” in Illinois. Journal of Educational Controversy 7: (online).
  • Scott, R. (2012.) Distinguishing radical teaching from merely having intense experiences while teaching in prison. Radical Teacher 95: 22–32.
  • Scott, R. (2012.) Fermentation ecosystems. In: Hui, Y.H., and E. Özgül Evranuz, Eds. Handbook of Animal-Based Fermented Foods and Beverage Technology, (2nd Ed.). London: Taylor and Francis, 153-162.
  • Scott, R. (2011.) Heinz von Foerster’s heuristics course: A factor in the development of second-order cybernetics in the United States. Kybernetes 40(7/8):1149–1158.
  • Scott, R. (2011.) An intellectual history of the School for Designing a Society. PhD Dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Ann Arbor: ProQuest/UMI, date. (Publication No. 3479336.) (online).
  • Scott, R. (2010.) A critical review of permaculture in the United States. Self-published, online).
  • Scott, R. and W.C. Sullivan. (2008.) Ecology of fermented foods. Human Ecology Review 15(1): 25–31.
  • Scott, R. and W.C. Sullivan. (2007.) A review of suitable companion crops for Black Walnut. Agroforestry Systems 71(3): 185–193.
  • Scott, R.W. and R. M. Skirvin. (2007.) Black chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa Michx.): A semi-edible fruit with no pests. Journal of the American Pomological Society 61(3): 135–7.
  • Scott, R. (2005.) Illinois Permaculture Handbook. Masters’ Thesis. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences.
  • Scott, R. (2004.) Legitimate Questions. Permaculture Activist 54: 57–58.

Comments

  • John Day says:

    Rob,
    Could you send me a copy of your paper on the heuristics course? I would really like to read it, since I was in them. I dedicated my book to Heniz. Those courses and years of working with Maturana, Ashby, and Heinz had a profound affect on my thinking.

    Take care,
    John Day

  • Una says:

    Rob!
    Where are you? Since I live in Korea, not in the States, I can’t see you nor regonise you.

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