Publications on whistleblowing and suppression of dissent by Brian Martin

Books

Chapters

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Reviews

Newspaper articles

Student newspaper articles

Interview

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Books

Brian Martin. Whistleblowing: A Practical Guide (Sparsnäs, Sweden: Irene Publishing, 2013), 259 pages. This is a revised edition of The Whistleblower's Handbook, 1999

Brian Martin. The Whistleblower's Handbook: How to Be an Effective Resister (Charlbury, UK: Jon Carpenter; Sydney: Envirobook, 1999).

Brian Martin. Suppression Stories (Wollongong: Fund for Intellectual Dissent, 1997), 171 pages.

Brian Martin (ed.). Confronting the Experts (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996), 204 pages.

Brian Martin. Scientific Knowledge in Controversy: The Social Dynamics of the Fluoridation Debate (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1991), 266 pages.

Brian Martin, C. M. Ann Baker, Clyde Manwell and Cedric Pugh (eds.), Intellectual Suppression: Australian Case Histories, Analysis and Responses (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1986).

 

Chapters

Brian Martin. Research that whistleblowers want - and what they need. In A. J. Brown, David Lewis, Richard Moberly and Wim Vanderkerckhove (editors), International Handbook on Whistleblowing Research (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2014), pp. 497-521. Ideas about research that would be helpful to whistleblowers.

Brian Martin. Breaking the siege: guidelines for struggle in science. In Science under Siege: Zoology under Threat, eds. Peter Banks, Daniel Lunney and Chris Dickman (Sydney: Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, 2012), pp. 164-170. A zoology case study is used to illustrate tactics.

Brian Martin. Defending dissent. In Sue Curry Jansen, Jefferson Pooley and Lora Taub-Pervizpour (editors), Media and Social Justice (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), pages 145-158. Defamation, whistleblowing and censorship backfire: a personal account.

Brian Martin. Corruption, outrage and whistleblowing. In Ronald J. Burke and Cary L. Cooper (eds.), Research Companion to Corruption in Organizations (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2009), pp. 206-216. Tactics used by corrupt operators to minimise outrage, and implications for whistleblowers.

Brian Martin. Varieties of dissent. In Stephen P. Banks (ed.), Dissent and the Failure of Leadership (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2008), pp. 22-36.

Brian Martin. Whistleblowers: risks and skills. In Brian Rappert and Caitriona McLeish (eds.), A Web of Prevention: Biological Weapons, Life Sciences and the Governance of Research (London: Earthscan, 2007), pp. 35-49.

Brian Martin. Australia: Whistleblowers Australia. In: Richard Calland and Guy Dehn (editors), Whistleblowing around the World: Law, Culture & Practice (Cape Town/London: Open Democracy Advice Centre and Public Concern at Work, 2004), pp. 194-198.

Brian Martin. The Richardson dismissal as an academic boomerang. In: Kenneth Westhues (ed.), Workplace Mobbing in Academe: Reports from Twenty Universities (Queenston, Ontario: Edwin Mellen Press, 2004), pp. 317-330. Also in Kenneth Westhues, Administrative Mobbing at the University of Toronto: The Trial, Degradation and Dismissal of a Professor during the Presidency of J. Robert S. Prichard (Queenston, Ontario: Edwin Mellen Press, 2004), Essays in Response, pp. 70-83.

Brian Martin. David Rindos versus the University of Western Australia: analogies to the Orr case. In: John Biggs & Richard Davis (eds.), The Subversion of Australian Universities (Wollongong: Fund for Intellectual Dissent, 2002), pp. 93-108.

Brian Martin. Environment and public health. In: Derek Jones (ed.), Censorship: A World Encyclopedia, Volume 2 (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001), pp. 740-743.

Brian Martin. Science: contemporary censorship. In: Derek Jones (ed.), Censorship: A World Encyclopedia, Volume 4 (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001), pp. 2167-2170.

Brian Martin. Academic exploitation. In: Brian Martin, C. M. Ann Baker, Clyde Manwell and Cedric Pugh (eds.), Intellectual Suppression: Australian Case Histories, Analysis and Responses (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1986), pp. 59-62. [An edited version of "Exploiting the academic peons", Australian Society, Vol. 2, No. 9, 1 October 1983, pp. 28-29.]

Brian Martin. Suppression in science. In Barry Butcher et al., Science in Culture (Victoria: Deakin University, 1986).

 

Major articles

Brian Martin. Censorship and free speech in scientific controversies. Science and Public Policy, 2014, doi 10.1093/scipol/scu061. Analysis of arguments concerning free speech, with a case study involving the Australian Vaccination Network.

Brian Martin. On the suppression of vaccination dissent. Science & Engineering Ethics, March 2014, doi 10.1007/s11948-014-9530-3

Brian Martin. Online onslaught: Internet-based methods for attacking and defending citizens' organisations. First Monday: Peer-Reviewed Journal on the Internet, Vol. 17, No. 12, 3 December 2012. A case study from the Australian vaccination debate illustrates a variety of methods of online attack and defence.

Brian Martin and Florencia Peña Saint Martin. Mobbing and suppression: footprints of their relationships. Social Medicine, Vol. 6, No. 4, May 2012, pp. 217-226

Brian Martin. Debating vaccination: understanding the attack on the Australian Vaccination Network. Living Wisdom, Issue 8, February 2011, pp. 14-40. Also available in pdf

Sandrine Thérèse and Brian Martin. Shame, scientist! Degradation rituals in science. Prometheus, Vol. 28, No. 2, June 2010, pp. 97-110. Methods used to stigmatise and humiliate scientists - often used against dissidents.

Brian Martin. How to attack a scientific theory and get away with it (usually): the attempt to destroy an origin-of-AIDS hypothesis. Science as Culture, Vol. 19, No. 2, June 2010, pp. 215-239. Tactics used in a scientific dispute to minimise outrage over perceptions of transgressing proper scientific behaviour.

Brian Martin. Enabling scientific dissent. New Doctor, No. 88, December 2008, pp. 2-5. Techniques for resisting attacks on dissent in science.

Brian Martin. The Henson affair: conflicting injustices. Australian Review of Public Affairs, June 2008. Tactics used in relation to Bill Henson's photographs of a naked girl are assessed as to whether they are characteristic of those used by perpetrators of injustice.

Brian Martin. Energising dissent. D!ssent, No. 24, Spring 2007, pp. 62-64: methods of resisting suppression of dissent, with a focus on Australia.

Brian Martin. Bucking the system: Andrew Wilkie and the difficult task of the whistleblower. Overland, No. 180, Spring 2005, pp. 45-48.

Brian Martin. The Politics of a Scientific Meeting: the Origin-of-AIDS Debate at the Royal Society. Politics and the Life Sciences, Vol. 20, No. 2, September 2001, pp. 109-120 [published 2005]. Also available in pdf.

Brian Martin. Boomerangs of academic freedom. Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor, Vol. 6, No. 2, June 2005. A summary published as "The boomerang effect," Campus Review, Vol. 15, No. 26, 6 July 2005, p. 5.

Juan Miguel Campanario and Brian Martin. Challenging dominant physics paradigms. Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol. 18, No. 3, Fall 2004, pp. 421-438.

Sue Curry Jansen and Brian Martin. Exposing and opposing censorship: backfire dynamics in freedom-of-speech struggles. Pacific Journalism Review, Vol. 10, No. 1, April 2004, pp. 29-45.

Brian Martin with Will Rifkin. The dynamics of employee dissent: whistleblowers and organizational jiu-jitsu. Public Organization Review, Vol. 4, 2004, pp. 221-238.

Brian Martin. Dissent and heresy in medicine: models, methods and strategies. Social Science and Medicine, Vol. 58, 2004, pp. 713-725.

Brian Martin. Illusions of whistleblower protection. UTS Law Review, No. 5, 2003, pp. 119-130.

Sue Curry Jansen and Brian Martin. Making censorship backfire. Counterpoise, Vol. 7, No. 3, July 2003, pp. 5-15.

Brian Martin. Dilemmas of defending dissent: the dismissal of Ted Steele from the University of Wollongong. Australian Universities' Review, Vol. 45, No. 2, 2002, pp. 7-17. Also available in pdf.

Brian Martin. The burden of proof and the origin of acquired immune deficiency syndrome. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Vol. 356, 2001, pp. 939-944.

Brian Martin. Defamation havens. First Monday: Peer-Reviewed Journal on the Internet, Vol. 5, No. 3, March 2000.

Brian Martin. Suppressing research data: methods, context, accountability, and responses. Accountability in Research, Vol. 6, 1999, pp. 333-372.

Brian Martin. Suppression of dissent in science. Research in Social Problems and Public Policy, Volume 7, edited by William R. Freudenburg and Ted I. K. Youn (Stamford, CT: JAI Press, 1999), pp. 105-135.

Brian Martin. Whistleblowing and nonviolence. Peace and Change, Vol. 24, No. 3, January 1999, pp. 15-28.

Brian Martin. Strategies for dissenting scientists. Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol. 12, No. 4, 1998, pp. 605-616. Reprinted in Meta Research Bulletin, Vol. 8, No. 1, 15 March 1999, pp. 1-9 and in Infinite Energy: The Magazine of New Energy Technology, No. 31, May/June 2000, pp. 23-27. Reprinted in Swedish in Sökaren, Vol. 36, No. 6, November 1999, pp. 14-19.

Brian Martin. Advice for the dissident scholar. Thought & Action, Vol. 14, No. 1, Spring 1998, pp. 119-130.

Brian Martin, Political refutation of a scientific theory: the case of polio vaccines and the origin of AIDS, Health Care Analysis, Vol. 6, 1998, pp. 175-179.

Brian Martin. Critics of pesticides: whistleblowing or suppression of dissent? Philosophy and Social Action, Vol. 22, No. 3, July-September 1996, pp. 33-55.

Brian Martin. Protest in a liberal democracy. Philosophy and Social Action, Vol. 20, Nos. 1-2, January-June 1994, pp. 13-24. An earlier version appeared in Human Rights Commission, The Right of Peace Protest Seminar, Canberra, 3-4 July 1986 Papers, Occasional Paper No. 14 (Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 1986), pp. 93-117.

Brian Martin. Peer review and the origin of AIDS -- a case study in rejected ideas. BioScience, Vol. 43, No. 9, October 1993, pp. 624-627.

Brian Martin. Intellectual suppression: why environmental scientists are afraid to speak out. Habitat Australia, Vol. 20, No. 3, July 1992, pp. 11-14.

Brian Martin. Nuclear winter: science and politics. Science and Public Policy, Vol. 15, No. 5, October 1988, pp. 321-334.

Brian Martin. Analyzing the fluoridation controversy: resources and structures. Social Studies of Science, Vol. 18, May 1988, pp. 331-363.

Brian Martin (guest editor), "Intellectual suppression", Philosophy and Social Action, Vol. 14, No. 1, January-March 1988.

Brian Martin. Academic scapegoats. Zedek, Vol. 7, No. 3, August 1987, pp. 476-481.

Brian Martin. Suppression in science. In Barry Butcher et al., Science in Culture (Victoria: Deakin University, 1986).

Brian Martin. Nuclear suppression. Science and Public Policy, Vol. 13, No. 6, December 1986, pp. 312-320.

Brian Martin. Bias in awarding research grants. British Medical Journal, Vol. 293, 30 August 1986, pp. 550-552.

Brian Martin. Science policy: dissent and its difficulties. Philosophy and Social Action, Vol. 12, No. 1, January-March 1986, pp. 5-23

Brian Martin. Suppression of dissident experts: ideological struggle in Australia. Crime and Social Justice, No. 19, pp. 91-99 (Summer 1983). Reprinted in Philosophy and Social Action, Vol. 11, No. 4, pp. 5-19 (Oct-Dec 1985) .

C. M. Ann Baker, Clyde Manwell and Brian Martin. The University of Birmingham versus Roland Chaplain: academic justice, community service and the professionalisation syndrome. Unpublished paper, 1982.

Brian Martin. The scientific straightjacket: the power structure of science and the suppression of environmental scholarship. Ecologist, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 33-43 (January-February 1981).

 

Other articles

Brian Martin. Deadly censorship games: keeping a tight lid on the euthanasia debate. The Conversation, http://www.theconversation.edu.au/, 21 November 2011. Censorship of information about voluntary euthanasia.

Brian Martin. Monckton and Notre Dame: a case for free speech?. The Conversation, http://www.theconversation.edu.au/, 30 June 2011.

Brian Martin. False hope for whistleblowers. On Line Opinion, 6 December 2010. Don't rely on whistleblower laws for protection.

Brian Martin. Foreword to Robert M. Frumkin's book The Ivy Conspiracy, October 2010.

Brian Martin. Telling your story. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 59, July 2009, pp. 13-14.

Brian Martin. Whistleblowing and Iraq. Broadcast on ABC Radio National "Perspective", 10 May 2004.

Brian Martin. On the whistleblowers' protection. Philosophy and Social Action, Vol. 30, No. 1, January-March 2004, pp. 19-34.

Brian Martin. Whistleblowing: betrayal or public duty? A conference report. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), October 2002, pp. 12-13.

Brian Martin. Bystanders. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), July 2002, pp. 10-11.

Brian Martin. Why the system never seems to work. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), June 2001, pp. 3-4.

Brian Martin. Myths of whistleblowing. D!ssent, No. 4, Summer 2000/2001, pp. 55-56.

Brian Martin. Reflections on being President of Whistleblowers Australia Inc. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), September 1999, pp. 6-8.

Brian Martin. Editing The Whistle. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), September 1998, pp. 13-14.

Brian Martin. Valuing whistleblowers. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), May 1998, pp. 9-10.

Brian Martin. Whistleblowers Australia: strengths, weaknesses and future directions. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), December 1997, pp. 13-15.

Brian Martin. Giving and receiving support. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), August 1997, pp. 8-9.

Brian Martin. Talking about whistleblowing. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), May 1997, pp. 2-4.

Brian Martin. Corporate culture: poison for whistleblowers. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), March 1997, pp. 1-2.

Brian Martin. Bureaucracy and whistleblowing The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), January 1997, pp. 1-2.

Brian Martin. Writing to authorities: is it worthwhile? The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), October 1996, pp. 1-2.

Brian Martin. From the national president. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), August 1996, pp. 1-2. Report on the Whistleblowers Australia national committee meeting in June.

Brian Martin. Confidentiality and whistleblowers. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), June 1996, pp. 1-2.

Brian Martin. From the national president. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), April 1996, p. 1.

Brian Martin. From the national president. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), February 1996, pp. 1-2.

Brian Martin. Suppression and the law. Peace News, December 1995, p. 11.

Brian Martin. Stamping out dissent. Newsweek, 26 April 1993, pp. 49-50.

Brian Martin. Academic freedom under Dawkins? FAUSA News, No. 88/3, 13 April 1988, p. 9.

Brian Martin. The Coulter case: sacked for telling the truth to workers. The Metal Worker, Vol. 2, No. 2, p. 8 (March 1981). Also published as "The Coulter case" in Probe, No. 3, p. 5 (October 1981). An earlier version appeared as: Mutagens and managers. Bogong (Journal of the Canberra and South East Region Environment Centre), Vol. 1, No. 5, September-October 1980, pp. 10-11. The complete version published as "Mutagens and managers" in Brian Martin et al. (eds.), Intellectual Suppression (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1986), pp. 123-129.

Reviews

Review of Sibel Edmonds, Classified Woman, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 75, July 2013, pp. 11-14

Review of Eveline Lubbers, Secret Manoeuvres in the Dark, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 74, April 2013, pp. 8-9

Review of Robert G. Vaughn, The Successes and Failures of Whistleblower Laws, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 74, April 2013, pp. 9-11

"Rogues and bureaucracies", review of James Dunbar, Prasuna Reddy and Stephen May, Deadly Healthcare, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 68, October 2011, pp. 9-10

"Blowing the whistle on the world's largest financial fraud", review of Harry Markopolos, No One Would Listen, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 65, January 2011, pp. 13-15

Review of Eve Hillary, Sarah's Last Wish, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 64, October 2010, pp. 10-12

Review of Glen McNamara, Dirty Work, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 63, July 2010, pp. 13-14

"Don't be gagged", review of Greg Ogle, Gagged, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 61, January 2010, pp. 9-11

"Surviving as an outsider", commentary on Leonard Felder, Fitting in is overrated, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 60, October 2009, pp. 13-14.

Review of Miriam Shuchman, The Drug Trial: Nancy Olivieri and the Science Scandal that Rocked the Hospital for Sick Children, in Scientia Canadensis, Vol. 31, Nos. 1-2, 2008, pp. 217-220.

"Resisting micromanagement", review of Harry E. Chambers, My Way or the Highway: The Micromanagement Survival Guide, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 56, October 2008, pp. 13-14.

"The David Kelly mystery", review of Norman Baker, The Strange Death of David Kelly, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 55, July 2008, pp. 14-15.

Review of Kathleen D. Ryan, Daniel K. Oestreich and George A. Orr III, The Courageous Messenger: How to Successfully Speak Up at Work, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 54, April 2008, pp. 8-9.

Review of Fay Anderson, An Historian's Life: Max Crawford and the Politics of Academic Freedom, and Clive Hamilton and Sarah Maddison (eds), Silencing Dissent: How the Australian Government is Controlling Public Opinion and Stifling Debate, in Labour History, No. 93, November 2007, pp. 224-226.

"The courage of a 'filthy rat' ", review of Simon Illingworth, Filthy Rat, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 49, January 2007, pp. 8-9.

"Dissent and whistleblowing", review of Cass R. Sunstein, Why Societies Need Dissent, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 39, September 2004, pp. 13-14.

"Dealing with political crime", review of Jeffrey Ian Ross, The Dynamics of Political Crime, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 35, October 2003, pp. 7-8.

"The legacy of the Pentagon Papers", review of Daniel Ellsberg, Secrets, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 34, July 2003, p. 11.

"Chopped out of the news", review of Kristina Borjesson (ed.), Into the Buzzsaw: Leading Journalists Expose the Myth of a Free Press, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 33, April 2003, pp. 6-7.

"What you won't see on TV", review of Chris Masters, Not for Publication, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 32, January 2003, p. 6.

"What's the meaning of whistleblowing?", review of C. Fred Alford, Whistleblowers: Broken Lives and Organizational Power, in The Whistle, January 2002, pp. 6-7.

Review of books on bullying at work, in Journal of Organizational Change Management, Vol. 13, No. 4, 2000, pp. 401-408.

"Want to get rid of an annoying academic?", review of Kenneith Westhues, Eliminating Professors, in Campus Review, Vol. 9, No. 38, 6-12 October 1999, p. 12.

"Surviving work abuse," review of Judith Wyatt and Chauncey Hare, Work Abuse: How to Recognize and Survive It, in The Whistle, November 1998, p. 14. Modified versions of the same review appear as "Surviving work abuse without self-destructing," Campus Review, Vol. 8, No. 43, 4-10 November 1998, p. 12; "Surviving in the organisation," Nonviolence Today, No. 61, January-February 1999, pp. 12-14.

"Creating rebels," review of Frank J. Sulloway, Born to Rebel, in Freedom, Vol. 58, No. 22, 15 November 1997, pp. 4-5.

"Speak out -- and when you're sued just bite back", review of George W. Pring and Penelope Canan, SLAPPs: Getting Sued for Speaking Out, in The Republican, 15-21 August 1997, pp. 17-18.

"Danger zone for unis under siege", review of Academic Freedom 3: Education and Human Rights, in Australian, 6 March 1996, p. 25.

"What to do about academic freedom?", review of Conrad Russell, Academic Freedom, in Australian Universities' Review, Vol. 38, No. 2, 1995, p. 77.

"Crimes of authority and obedience", review of Ronald D. Crelinsten and Alex P. Schmid (eds.), The Politics of Pain: Torturers and their Masters, in Green Left, 18 May 1994, p. 29.

"Power and corruption", review of David Kipnis, The Powerholders and Technology and Power, in Freedom, Vol. 53, No. 16, 8 August 1992, p. 4 and Anarchist Age Monthly Review, No. 22, October 1992, p. 29.

Review of Article 19, Starving in Silence: A Report on Famine and Censorship, in Nonviolence Today, No. 18, December 1990-January 1991, p. 21 and in Chain Reaction, No. 65, March 1992, p. 45.

"Biology as dogma," review of Harold Hillman, Letter to Students of Biology of the 21st Century, in Age Monthly Review, Vol. 9, No. 4, p. 13 (July 1989).

Review of Reviewing Academic Performance, script for ABC Science Bookshop, broadcast 15 February 1987.

Newspaper articles

Brian Martin. It's safer to Wiki than to whistle out loud. Newcastle Herald, 10 December 2010, p. 9. On WikiLeaks, whistleblowing and leaking.

Brian Martin. Brave few expose corruption. Illawarra Mercury, 26 April 2008, p. 56.

Brian Martin. The answer is blowing in the whistles. Australian, 15 November 2006, p. 34.

Brian Martin. University should show some grace under fire. Illawarra Mercury, 5 October 2001, p. 16.

Brian Martin. When dollars do all the talking. Australian, 18 April 2001, p. 35.

Brian Martin. Whistleblowers fan winds of change in society. Campus Review, Vol. 8, No. 28, 22-28 July 1998, p. 10.

Brian Martin. Academic credit where it's due. Campus Review, Vol. 7, No. 21, 4-10 June 1997, p. 11.

Brian Martin. We must exercise our right to speak out. Australian, 2 January 1997, p. 11. (For text and commentary see "Defamation and the Australian media: a case study".)

Brian Martin. Whistleblowers -- and why academic freedom is most threatened from within. Campus Review, 11-17 November 1993, p. 9.

Student newspaper articles

Brian Martin. Knowledge and power in academia. Honi Soit, Vol. 67, No. 17, 6 August 1991, p. 10; 27 August 1991, p. 16; later issue, p. 22; Neucleus (Armidale Students' Association), Vol. 44, No. 4, 15 August 1991, p. 10 (abridged); Farrago (University of Melbourne), Vol. 70, No. 8, pp. 32-33; Rabelais (La Trobe University Student's Representative Council), Vol. 25, No. 7, August 1991, pp. 12-13, 33.

Brian Martin. Challenging a Cambridge academic colony down under. Tertangala (University of Wollongong Students' Representative Council), Vol. 16, No. 2, June 1990, p. 8; Curio, Vol. 21, 11-20 June 1990, pp. 22-23; Academic colonies. Honi Soit, No. 2, July 1990, pp. 18-19.

Brian Martin. Exploiting the academic peons. Opus, Vol. 34, No. 5, August 1987, pp. 3-4. Reprinted from Australian Society, Vol. 2, No. 9, 1 October 1983, pp. 28-29, which was reprinted as: Academic exploitation. In: Brian Martin, C. M. Ann Baker, Clyde Manwell and Cedric Pugh (eds.), Intellectual Suppression: Australian Case Histories, Analysis and Responses (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1986), pp. 59-62.

Brian Martin. Academic scapegoats. Woroni, 8 September 1986, pp. 28-29; Opus, Vol. 34, No. 5, August 1987, pp. 9-11. Later published as Academic scapegoats. Zedek, Vol. 7, No. 3, August 1987, pp. 476-481.

Interview

Jeffery Klaehn, Power over principle, the costs of dissent: an interview with Brian Martin. In: Jeffery Klaehn (ed.), Bound by Power: Intended Consequences (Montreal: Black Rose Books, 2006), pp. 72-89.

Submissions

Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Inquiry into Academic Freedom, 2008
Comments on academic freedom
Reflections on students and academic freedom

Statement regarding the complaint by Jeremy Jones about the Adelaide Institute web site, 1997