UC SPARK - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

Professor Anne-Marie Brady

School of Language, Social and Political Sciences; Political Science and International Relations

Fields of Research

  • Polar geopolitics
  • Antarctic politics
  • China's Arctic and Antarctic interests
  • New Zealand and China
  • New Zealand foreign policy
  • China’s propaganda system
  • China-Taiwan relations
  • Chinese Communist Party
  • Chinese foreign policy
  • China media control
  • Chinese politics
  • Foreigners in China

Researcher Summary

Anne-Marie researches Chinese domestic and foreign politics and polar politics. She is editor-in-chief of The Polar Journal, and has published ten books and more than forty scholarly papers on a range of issues including China’s strategic interests in the Arctic and Antarctic, China’s modernised propaganda system, New Zealand-China relations, NZ foreign policy and competing foreign policy interests in Antarctica. She is a fluent Mandarin speaker with dual majors in Chinese, Political Science and International Relations. At Auckland University she studied with John Minford and at Australian National University her doctoral supervisors were Geremie R. Barmé and W.J.F Jenner. All three instilled in her an acute ear for the political use of language and a deep respect for primary sources.
Anne-Marie is a Global Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Centre in Washington DC, a non-resident Senior Fellow at the China Policy Institute at the University of Nottingham, and a member of the Council on Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific. In 2014 she was appointed to a two-year term on the World Economic Forum's Global Action Council on the Arctic.
Her recent publications include: Marketing Dictatorship: Propaganda and Thought Work in Contemporary China (Rowman and Littlefield, 2008), China's Thought Management (Routledge, 2012), The Emerging Politics of Antarctica (Routledge, 2013) and China as a Polar Great Power (Cambridge University Press and Wilson Press, 2017)

Subject Area: Disciplines

Research Groups

Key Methodologies

  • Foreign policy analysis
  • Area Studies
  • Post-communist studies
  • Small state theory
  • Feminism

Prizes and Awards

  • China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham ( 2014 - 2016)

Research/Scholarly/Creative Works

Authored Books
  • Brady AS. (2017) China as a Polar Great Power. Washington DC and New York, USA: Wilson Press and Cambridge University Press. 240.
Journal Articles
  • Brady AM. (2016) Plus ça change? Media control under Xi Jinping. Problems of Post Communism (in press)
Authored Books Journal Articles
  • Brady AM. (2012) Polar Stakes: China's Polar Activities as a Benchmark for Intentions. China Brief 12(14): 11-15.
Authored Books Journal Articles
  • Brady A. (2010) Xinxilan he Nanji (New Zealand and Antarctica). Zhong Guo Hai Yang Da Xue Xue Bao (Periodical of China Oceanic University)
  • Brady AM. (2010) Preface. : 9.
Authored Books
  • Brady AM. (2008) Marketing Dictatorship: Propaganda and Thought Work in Contemporary China. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield.
Journal Articles
  • Brady AM. (2006) Guiding Hand: The Role of the CCP Central Propaganda Department in the Current Era. Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture 3(1): 58-77.
Authored Books
  • Brady AM. (2003) Making the Foreign Serve China: Managing Foreigners in the People's Republic. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield. 286pp.
  • Brady A. (2002) Friend of China: The Myth of Rewi Alley. London: RoutledgeCurzon. 210pp.
Journal Articles
  • Brady A. (2002) The Political Meaning of Friendship: Reviewing the Life and Times of Two of China's American Friends (S. Rittenberg Sr. and A. Bennett - The Man Who Stayed Behind; S. Shapiro - I Chose China: The Metamorphosis of a Country and a Man; and S. Shapiro - Wo de Zhongguo (My China)). China Review International 9(2): 307-319.
  • Brady AM. (2002) Regimenting the Public Mind: The Modernisation of Propaganda in the PRC. International Journal 57(4): 563-578. http://www.heinonline.org/.
  • Brady AM. (2001) The Curious Case of Two Australasian 'Traitors', or, New Zealand, Australia and the Cold War. New Zealand Journal of History 35(1): 85-110.
  • Brady AM. (2000) "Treat Insiders and Outsiders Differently": The Use and Control of Foreigners in the PRC. China Quarterly 164(Dec): 943-964.
  • Brady AM. (1999) Wenhua dagemingzhong de guoji youren he Mao zedong sixiang zaofantuan. Beijing, Dangshi yanjiu ziliao 4
  • Brady AM. (1998) FriendLit or How to Become a Friend of China. Revue Bibliographique de Sinologie 16: 299-397.
  • Brady AM. (1997) Who Friend, Who Enemy - Rewi Alley and the Friends of China Research Note. China Quarterly 151: 614-632.
  • Brady AM. (1997) Who friend, who enemy? Rewi Alley and the friends of China. China Quarterly (151): 614-632.
  • Brady AM. (1995) West meets East: Rewi Alley and changing attitudes towards homosexuality in China. East Asian History 9: 97-120.
Chapters
  • Brady AS. (2017) “The New (Old) Normal”: the CCP Propaganda System under Jiang, Hu, and Xi,". In Lam WWL (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of the Chinese Communist Party: 165-180.
  • Brady AM. (2016) China's foreign propaganda machine. Authoritarianism Goes Global: The Challenge to Democracy: 187-197.
  • Brady AS. (2016) China's Propaganda Machine. In Dimond L; Plattner M; Walker C (Ed.), Authoritarianism goes global: 187-197. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press.
  • Brady AS. (2016) How China Frames Taiwan. In Tsang S (Ed.), Taiwan's Impact on China: 22. London: Palgrave.
  • Brady AS. (2016) The Past in the Present: Antarctica in China's National Narrative. In Dodds K; Hemmings A; Roberts P (Ed.), Handbook on Antarctic Politics: 23pp. London: Edward Elgar.
  • Brady AM. (2015) The Emerging Politics of Antarctica and what it means for New Zealand. In Kennedy P (Ed.), The Arctic and Antarctic: Differing Currents of Change: 56-65. Wellington: NZIIA.
Edited Volumes Chapters
  • Brady AM. and Wang JT. (2013) China’s Strengthened New Order and the Role of Propaganda. In Keane M; Wanning SUN (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media Volume 1: 767-788. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Brady AM. (2012) Adventurers, aesthetes, and tourists: Foreign homosexuals in Republican China. In Brady AM; Brown D (Ed.), Foreigners and Foreign Institutions in Republican China: 146-168. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Brady AM. (2012) China's Antarctic interests. In Brady AM (Ed.), The Emerging Politics of Antarctica: 31-49. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Brady AM. (2012) Introduction: Cooperation or conflict? The emerging politics of Antarctica. In Brady AM (Ed.), The Emerging Politics of Antarctica: 1-10. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Brady AM. (2012) New Zealand's Antarctica. In Brady AM (Ed.), The Emerging Politics of Antarctica: 147-162. Abingdon: Routledge.
Edited Volumes Chapters
  • Brady AM. and Brown D. (2012) Introduction: Foreign bodies. In Brady AM; Brown D (Ed.), Foreigners and Foreign Institutions in Republican China: 1-22. Abingdon: Routledge.
Edited Volumes Chapters
  • Brady AM. and Kim S. (2012) Cool Korea: Korea's growing Antarctic interests. In Brady AM (Ed.), The Emerging Politics of Antarctica: 75-95. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Brady AM. (2011) Market-friendly, Scientific, High Tech, and Politics-lite: China's New Approach to Propaganda. In Brady AM (Ed.), China's Thought Management: 1-10. London: Routledge.
  • Brady AM. (2011) State Confucianism, Chineseness, and Tradition in CCP Propaganda. In Brady AM (Ed.), China's Thought Management: 57-75. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Brady AM. (2011) The Beijing Olympics as a Campaign of Mass Distraction. In Brady AM (Ed.), China's Thought Management: 11-35. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Brady AM. (2011) The velvet fist in the velvet glove: political and social control in contemporary China. In Brady AM (Ed.), China's Thought Management: 183-205. London: Routledge.
Edited Volumes
  • Brady AM. (Ed.) (2011) China's Thought Management. London: Routledge. 205pp.
Chapters
  • Brady AM. and Yong H. (2011) Talking Up the Market: Economic Propaganda in Contemporary China. In Brady AM (Ed.), China's Thought Management: 36-56. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Wang J. and Brady AM. (2011) Sword and Pen: Propaganda in China's Military Modernization. In Brady AM (Ed.), China's Thought Management: 122-145. London: Routledge.
  • Brady AM. (2010) Introduction. In Brady AM (Ed.), A Foreign Missionary on the Long March: The Memoirs of Arnolis Hayman of the China Inland Mission: xi-xxxiii. Portland: MerwinAsia.
  • Brady AM. (2010) Preface. In Brady AM (Ed.), A Foreign Missionary on the Long March: The Memoirs of Arnolis Hayman of the China Inland Mission: vii-x. Portland: MerwinAsia.
Edited Volumes
  • Brady AM. (Ed.) (2010) A Foreign Missionary on the Long March: The Memoirs of Arnolis Hayman of the China Inland Mission. Portland: MerwinAsia. 191pp.
  • Brady AM. (Ed.) (2010) Looking North, Looking South: China, Taiwan, and the South Pacific. Singapore: World Scientific Publishers. 299pp.
Chapters
  • Brady AM. and Henderson J. (2010) New Zealand, the Pacific and China: The Challenges Ahead. In Brady AM (Ed.), Looking North, Looking South: China, Taiwan, and the South Pacific: 189-226. Singapore: World Scientific Publishers.
  • Brady AM. (2005) From Opening Minds to Regimenting Minds: A Comparison of Propaganda Policy in Gorbachev's Soviet Union and Jiang Zemin's China. In Ishkakov S (Ed.), Revolutions in the 20th Century: 554-569. Moscow: Moscow International Commission on the History of the Russian Revolution, International Committee of Historical Sciences.
  • Brady AM. (2005) Regimenting the Public Mind: The Modernisation of Propaganda in the PRC. In Palmer E (Ed.), Asian Futures, Asian Traditions: 157-175. Folkstone: Global Oriental.
  • Brady AM. (2004) The War That Never Was: New Zealand-China Relations in the Cold War Era. In Trapeznik A; Fox AP (Ed.), Lenin's Legacy Down Under: New Zealand's Cold War: 131-152. Dunedin: Otago University Press.
  • Brady AM. (2002) Red and Expert: China's 'Foreign Friends' in the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution. In Chong WL (Ed.), China's Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution: Master Narratives and Post-Mao Counternarratives: 93-137. Oxford: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.
Scholarly Editions/Literary Translations
  • Brady AM. (2015) 推銷中共:中共中央宣傳部的運作 (Marketing the CCP: the Role of the Central Propaganda Department). Mirror Publishers.319pp.
Reports
  • Brady AS. (2015) China's Emerging Maritime Strategy.Commissioned by China Policy.
  • Brady AM. (2009) Submission on Chinese Foreign Propaganda: Panel II: China's External Propaganda Efforts.Commissioned by US-China Economic and Security Commission.
  • Brady AM. and Henderson J. (2007) Submission on China and Taiwan's Activities in the South Pacific.Commissioned by Parliamentary Commission: Inquiry into New Zealand's Relations with South Pacific Countries.
Other
  • Brady AM. (2014) China Playing a Long Game in Polar Governance. World Politics Review [newspaper article].
  • Brady AM. (2014) Chinese Foreign Policy: A New Era Dawns. The Diplomat [magazine article].
  • Brady AM. (2014) MH370: China's participation in search is propaganda coup for Xi. : 2pp. The Guardian.
  • Brady AM. (2010) The Chinese Factor: An Australian Chinese Woman's Life in China from 1950 to 1979. China Journal 63: 169-171.
  • Brady AM. (2009) A Thaw in Antarctica's Frosty Attitude Towards Women. (15 Jan 2009) The Press. [Newspaper Article].
  • Brady AM. (2009) Propaganda. Farmington Hills: Charles Scribner's Sons. [Encyclopedia Entry].
  • Brady AM. (2009) Taking China Back to 1989. Prisoner of State: The Secret Jouranl of Premier Zhao Ziyang. 6 Jun 2009 The Press. [Book Review].
  • Brady AM. (2009) Women on Ice. Posttimes (Estonia) [Newspaper Article].
  • Brady AM. (2008) Big Brother's Watching. (17 Feb 2008) Auckland: Sunday Star Times. [Newspaper Article].
  • Brady AM. (2008) Bomb, Book and Compass: Joseph Needham and the great secrets of China, by Simon Winchester. The Press [Book Review].
  • Brady AM. (2008) Message from China. : 22mins. London: BBC World Service. [Radio Documentary].
  • Brady AM. (2008) Saving Face, Not Lives. Sunday Star Times 21 Sep 2008 [Newspaper Article].
  • Brady AM. and Henderson J. (2008) China and the Pacific. (14 Jan 2008) Christchurch: The Christchurch Press. [Newspaper Article].
  • Brady AM. (2007) Meanwhile: When a Man Needs an Ambulance. (12 Sep 2007) International Herald Tribune. [Newspaper Article].
  • Brady AM. (2007) Memoirs of a Rebel Journalist: the Autobiography of Wilfred Burchett. The Australian journal of Chinese affairs = Ao chung Jan 2007(57): 233. [Book Review].
  • Brady AM. (2007) Seeking Justice on a Beijing Street. (7 Oct 2007) Auckland: Sunday Star Times. [Newspaper Article].
  • Brady AM. (2006) Charles Ferrall, Paul Millar and Keren Smith (eds) "East by South: China in the Australasian Imagination", Victoria University Press, Wellington. New Zealand Journal of History: 2pp. [Book Review].
  • Brady A. (2005) Hotel Pyongyang. Canterbury 2(2) [magazine article].
  • Brady A. (2005) North Korea: A Door Tentatively Opens. The Press [Newspaper Article].
  • Brady AM. (2005) Joseph Fewsmith, China Since Tiananmen: The Politics of Transition, Jonathan Unger (ed.), The Nature of Chinese Politics: From Mao to Jiang. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies 7(2): 208-209. [Book Review].
  • Brady AM. (2005) Review of Jung Chang and Jon Halliday, Mao the Unknown Story, London: Jonathan Cape, 2005. Christchurch Press
  • Brady A. (2002) Treat Insiders and Outsiders Differently: The Use and Control of Foreigners in China, Papers from the EACS Conference, CD-ROM.
Conference Contributions - Published
  • Brady AS. (2017) Magic Weapons: China's Political Influence Activities Under Xi Jinping. Arlington, VA, USA: The corrosion of democracy under China's global influence, 16-17 Sep 2017. In https://www.wilsoncenter.org/article/magic-weapons-chinas-political-influence-activities-under-xi-jinping: 57.
  • Brady AM. (2010) China's "intercultural communication" past and present: Successes, failures, and future areas for improvement. Wuhan, China: Fifth International Conference on Intercultural Communication, Media Ethics, and Professionalism, 8-10 Dec 2009. : 12pp.
  • Brady A. (2009) China's Antarctica. Taipei, Taiwan: 2009 Association of Chinese Political Studies (ACPS) National Chengchi University (NCCU) International Symposium, 11-12 Jul 2009.
  • Brady A. (2001) Regimenting the Public Mind: The Modernisation of Propaganda in the PRC. Christchurch, New Zealand: 14th NZASIA International Conference, 28 Nov 2001.
  • Brady A. (2000) Treat Insiders and Outsiders Differently: the Use and Control of Foreigners in China. Turin: The European Association for Chinese Studies Conference, 1 Sep 2000.
Conference Contributions - Other
  • Brady A., Colombo A. and Liggett D. (2015) The Asian Forum for Polar Sciences and its implications for Antarctic science and politics. Christchurch, New Zealand: 2015 Antarctic Science Conference, 28 Jun-2 Jul 2015
  • Brady AM. (2013) A Perfect Storm: the Impact on NZ of China’s Ever-Growing Presence in the South Pacific. Dunedin, New Zealand: Pacific Geopolitics in the 21st Century, 28-30 Jun 2013
  • Brady AM. (2013) How China Frames Taiwan. Nottingham University, UK: Taiwan Studies Conference, 14-15 Jun 2013
  • Brady AS. (2012) A perfect storm: The impact on New Zealand of China's ever-growing presence in the South Pacific. Christchurch, New Zealand: Democracy in the Pacific, 18-19 Oct 2012
  • Brady AM. (2011) Democratising Antarctic Governance. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: 5th Malaysian International Seminar on Antarctica (MISA5), 14-15 Jun 2011
  • Brady AM. (2011) The Velvet Fist in the Velvet Glove: Political and Social Control in Contemporary China. Oslo, Norway: Nordic Association of Chinese Studies Conference 2011: Transactions and Transformations, 17-19 Jun 2011
  • Brady AM. (2011) Working and Doing Research in China: Responsibility and Integrity. Oslo, Norway: Nordic Association of Chinese Studies (NACS) Conference 2011: Transactions and Transformations, 17-19 Jun 2011
  • Brady AM., Young O., Larsen JN., Wrakberg U. and del Acebo Ibanez E. (2011) Roundtable: How can we Build a Community of Polar Social Scientists? Akureyri, Iceland: Seventh International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS VII), 22-26 Jun 2011
  • Brady A. (2010) China's Ethnic Propaganda. Philadelphia, PA, USA: Association of Asian Studies, 23-28 Mar 2010
  • Brady AM. (2010) China's Polar Interests. Oslo, Norway: IPY Oslo Science Conference 2010, 8-12 Jun 2010
  • Brady AM. (2010) The Velvet Fist in the Velvet Glove: Political and Social Control in Contemporary China. Lund, Sweden: Reaching for Hearts and Minds: Governmentality and the Power of the State in China, 30 Nov-2 Dec 2010
  • Brady A. (2009) China's Modernised Propaganda System. Oslo, Norway: China in the World - Postgraduate Research Summer School, 21-24 Jul 2009
  • Brady A. (2009) Confucianism, Chinese Tradition, and the CCP's Modernised Propaganda and Thought Work. Chicago, IL USA: Association of Asian Studies (AAS) Annual Meeting, 26-29 Mar 2009
  • Brady A. (2008) Daughter of the Feminist Revolution. University of Auckland, New Zealand: Women in Leadership Conference, 27-28 Nov 2008
  • Brady AM. (2008) Sexcrime, Wheels of Law, and Song Zuying, Or, Managing ICT in China. Atlanta, GA, USA: The Association for Asia Studies Annual Meeting 2008, 3-6 Apr 2008
  • Brady AM. (2007) Market Friendly, Scientific, High-Tech, and Politics-lite: China's Modernised Propaganda. Brisbane, Australia: China/East Asia/Media/New Media Conference 2007: Re-imagining Global Media, 5-6 Jul 2007
  • Brady AM. (2007) The Re-Birth of the Propaganda State: China's Modernized Propaganda System. Boston, MA, USA: Annual Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, 22-25 Mar 2007
  • Brady AM. (2006) Looking North, Looking South: China, Taiwan and the South Pacific. University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand: New Zealand Political Studies Association (NZPSA) Conference, 28-29 Aug 2006
  • Brady AM. (2006) The Re-Birth of the Propaganda State: China's Post-1989 Propaganda System. Curtin University, Perth, Australia: Media: Policies, Cultures and Futures in the Asia-Pacific Conference, 27-29 Nov 2006
  • Brady AM. (2005) From Opening Minds to Regimenting Minds: A Comparison of Propaganda Policy in the Soviet Union and China. Canberra, Australia: The Seventh Biennial Conference of the Australasian Association for Communist and Post-Communist Studies (AACPCS), 4 Feb 2005
  • Brady AM. (2005) Social Science Research in China: From Zhangjiacun to Zouping, Has Anything Changed? Bendigo: Australian Chinese Studies Association Conference,, 1 Jul 2005
  • Brady AM. (2005) The Rise of China: Is it a threat? Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand: Summer Sounds Conference, 11 Feb 2005
  • Brady AM. (2004) The Role of the CCP Propaganda Department in the Current Era. Canberra, Australia: 15th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia, 29 Jun 2004
  • Brady A. (2003) Combating Hostile Forces: China's Foreign Propaganda Work since 1989. Canberra, Australia: Australian Chinese Studies Association BiennialConference, 1 Jul 2003
  • Brady A. (2003) Foreign Bodies: The CCP and Foreigners, and, Foreigners and the CCP. Singapore: ICAS3, 19 Aug 2003
  • Brady A. (2003) The War That Never Was: New Zealand, China, and the Cold War. New Zealand: New Zealand Political Science Association Conference, 1 Apr 2003
  • Brady A. (2003) The War That Never Was: New Zealand, China, and the Cold War. Wuhan University: Schools of Mass Communications and International Relations, 1 Jan 2003
  • Brady A. (2002) Regimenting the Public Mind: The Modernisation of Propaganda in the PRC. University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia: Symposium on China, 1 Nov 2002
  • Brady A. (2002) The War That Never Was: New Zealand, China, and the Cold War. Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing: 30 Year Anniversary of Australia-China, New Zealand-China Relations, 1 Dec 2002
  • Brady A. (2000) Corroding and Seducing: Conducting Social Science Research in the PRC. Oxford University, UK: Postgraduate Workshop on Fieldwork Research Methods in Contemporary Chinese Society, 18 Sep 2000
  • Brady A. (2000) We are not Isolated We Have the Support of International Friends': The CCP and Foreign Journalists. Provo, UT, USA: Helen Foster Snow Symposium, Brigham Young University, 26 Oct 2000
  • Brady A. (1998) Treat Insiders and Outsiders Differently': The Use and Control of Foreigners in China. Melbourne, Australia: International Conference on Communism-Post-Communism, 1 Jul 1998
  • Brady A. (1997) The Curious Case of Two Australasian 'Traitors' or New Zealand, Australia and the Cold War. Adelaide, Australia: Chinese Studies Conference, 1 Jul 1997
Discussion/Working Papers
  • Brady AM. (2015) Why China matters to the South Pacific. Institute of China in the World, Australian National University. 3pp.
  • Brady AS. (2015) China's Emerging Maritime Strategy in the South China Sea and Polar Regions. Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, Ministry of Defence, Brunei Darussalam. 3.
  • Brady AM. (2014) China is playing a long game in polar governance. World Politics Review. 3pp.
  • Brady AM. (2014) Chinese Foreign Policy A New Era Dawns. The Diplomat. 3pp.
  • Brady AM. (2014) Evaluating China as an Antarctic State. Wilson Center. 3pp.
  • Brady AM. (2014) Making Arctic inroads. The Circle. 2pp.
  • Brady A. (2009) Democratising Antarctica.
  • Brady A. (2009) Social Science Research in China: From Zhangjiacun to Zouping, Has Anything Changed? Leeds University. 25pp.
  • Brady AM. (2008) “Thrown Down the Memory Hole”. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Blog.
Oral Presentations
  • Brady AM. (2013) China's Global Presence. Tongji University, Shanghai.
  • Brady AM. (2013) The Emerging Politics of Antarctica. Tongji University, Shanghai.
  • Brady AM. (2010) China's Polar Interests. Asia Research Centre, Copenhagen, Denmark: Guest Lecture.
  • Brady AM. (2010) China's Soft Power. New York University Law School: China Seminar.
  • Brady AM. (2010) NZ's Strategic Interests in Antarctica. China Oceanic University: 21 Jun 2011.
  • Brady AM. (2010) Rewi Alley. Wuhan University: Graduate Seminar.
  • Brady AM. (2009) NZ's Strategic Interests in Antarctica. Polar Research Institute, Shanghai: 21 Jun 2010.
  • Brady AM. and Juntao W. (2008) Popular Authoritarianism: China's New Order and the Role of Propaganda. Weatherhead East Asian Institute Columbia University, New York: Brown Bag Lecture, 23 May 2008.
  • Brady AM. (2004) China's Foreign Affairs System. Wuhan University, China: Guest Lecture, 27 Apr 2005.
  • Brady AM. (2004) Making the Foreign Serve China: Managing Foreigners in the People's Republic. Chinese University of Hong Kong: Guest Lecture, 01 Nov 2004.
  • Brady A. (2003) Rewi Alley-The Man and the Myth. Stout Research Centre, Victoria University of Well: 14 Nov 2002.
  • Brady AM. (2001) Chinese Foreign Policy. Hanken University, Helsinki, Finland: Two-Day Graduate Seminar.
Theses / Dissertations
  • Brady AMS. (2000) Making the Foreign Serve China: Managing Foreigners in the People's Republic of China. Canberra, Australia. The Australian National University.