Maziki Thame, “Introduction” in Caribbean Reasonings: Rupert Lewis and the Black Intellectual Tradition Clinton Hutton, Maziki Thame and Jermaine McCalpin, eds., Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 2018.
Maziki Thame, “Woman Out of Place: Portia Simpson-Miller and Middle Class Politics in Jamaica”, in Black Women in Politics: Demanding Citizenship, Challenging Power, and Seeking Justice, edited by Julia S. Jordan-Zachery and Nikol G. Alexander-Floyd, State University of New York Press, 2018, 143-164.
Maziki Thame and Dhanaraj Thakur, “The National Policy on Gender Equality in Jamaica: (En)Gendering Equity in Neoliberal Times”, in Negotiating Gender, Policy and Politics in the Caribbean: Feminist Strategies, Masculinist Resistances and Transnational Possibilities, eds. Gabrielle Hosein and Jane Palpart, (London; New York: Rowman and Littlefield
Maziki Thame and Dhanaraj Thakur, “The Patriarchal State and the Development of Gender Policy in Jamaica”, in Politics, Power and Gender Justice in the Anglophone Caribbean: Women’s Understandings of Politics, Experiences of Political Contestation and the Possibilities for Gender Transformation, IDRC Research Report 106430-001, Gabrielle Jamela Hos
Maziki Thame, “The 1930s Labour Rebellions in Barbados and Jamaica: Considering Violence and Leadership in Decolonization”, In Caribbean Reasonings: Caribbean Political Activism - Essays in Honour of Richard Hart, edited by Rupert Lewis, 103-118. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 2012.
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles:
Maziki Thame, “Racial Hierarchy and the Elevation of Brownness in Creole Nationalism”, Small Axe 54, Vol. 21., No. 3 (2017): 111-123.
Maziki Thame, “Democracy and the End of Revolution in the Contemporary Caribbean”, Small Axe Vol 20, No 2 50, 2016: 164-174.
Maziki Thame, “Disciplining the Nation: Considering the Privileging of Order over Freedom in Postcolonial Jamaica and Barbados”, Social and Economic Studies, Vol. 63, No. 2, June (2014): 1-30.
Maziki Thame, “Reading Violence and Postcolonial Decolonization through Fanon – The Case of Jamaica”, Journal of Pan African Studies, Special Issue – Veneration and Struggle: Commemorating Frantz Fanon, Vol. 4, No. 7 (2011):75-93.
Maziki Thame, “Against Black Nationalism: Brown Power in Jamaica in Early Independence, 1960-1980”, 76 Kings Street: Journal of the Liberty Hall – the Legacy of Marcus Garvey, Vol. 2 (2011): 7-22.
Maziki Thame, Review of Radical Theory, Caribbean Reality: Race, Class and Social Domination, by Charles Mills, Social and Economic Studies, Vol. 60, Nos. 3 & 4, Sept/Dec (2011): 221-225.