Martin’s current research interests lie in the areas of colonial and modern histories of Crown-Maori interactions, the Treaty of Waitangi claims process, and indigenous sovereignty in a global context.
- Tau RT. and Fisher M. (2017) Fulfilling Kemp's Deed: Tuahiwi and Land Title Reform. In Pickles CG; Fraser L; Hill M (Ed.), History Making a Difference: New Approaches from Aotearoa: 18-38.Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
- Fisher M. (2016) Waikato-Tainui and Ngai Tahu's Treaty-settlement negotiations with the Crown. In Adds P; Bonisch-Brednich B; Hill RS; Whimp G (Ed.), Reconciliation, Representation and Indigeneity: 'Biculturalsim' in Aotearoa New Zealand: 111-126. Heidelberg: Universitatsverlag Winter.
- Fisher M. (2017) Binding remedies: The Ngãi Tahu Treaty settlement negotiations in a post-Haronga context. New Zealand Universities Law Review 27(3): 505-527.
- Fisher M. (2017) The Land is our History: Indigeneity, Law, and the Settler State. NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF HISTORY 51(2): 126-127.
- Fisher M. (2017) The leading contender for Key’s primary legacy? Treaty settlements. The Spinoff.