Academic Portfolio


  • Lock (Ngiyampaa), M. J., McMillan (Wiradjuri), F., Warne (Oglala Lakota), D., Bennett (Gamilaraay), B., Kidd (Ngāpuhi), J., Williams (Bkejwanong), N., Martire, J. L., Worley, P., Hutten-Czapski, P., Saurman, E., Matthews (Quandamooka), V., Walke (Bundjalung), E., Edwards, D. W., Owen (Nurrunga and Ngarrendjeri), J., Browne, J., & Roberts, R. (2022). ICIRAS: Research and reconciliation with indigenous peoples in rural health journals. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 30(4), 550-558.
  • Jodie Lea Martire and Working Group. “In what ways has the digital era changed the notion of public space?” Media Development (2022).
  • Jodie Lea Martire. “Measuring “diversity” in Australian publishing.” Antipodes (2021), doi: 10.1353/apo.2021.0031
  • As part of my Master of Communication for Social Change
    • Master’s thesis: “A sacred duty”: Amplifying silenced voices through micro- and small publishing, School of Communication and Arts, The University of Queensland (2020).
    • Journal article: “Amplifying Silenced Voices Through Micro- and Small-Press Publishing”, Publishing Research Quarterly (2021), doi: 10.1007/s12109-021-09797-7.
    • Open publication: “A sacred duty”: How Australian micro- and small presses publish and promote silenced and under-represented writers – and what their authors think about the process, Small Press Network (2021-).
      • Part 1: The strategies of small presses and their authors’ feedback on those strategies” (November 2021).
  • Jodie Lea Martire (ed.). The Struggles for Women’s Rights in Chiapas: A Directory of Social Organisations Supporting Chiapas Women (in English), Lilla: International Women’s Network (2009).
  • Jodie Lea Martire (ed.). Las luchas por los derechos de las mujeres en Chiapas: Un directorio de organizaciones sociales que trabajan a favor de las chiapanecas (in Spanish), Lilla: International Women’s Network (2009).


  • Lock (Ngiyampaa), M. J., McMillan (Wiradjuri), F., Bennett (Gamilaraay), B., Martire, J. L., Warne (Oglala Lakota), D., Kidd (Ngāpuhi), J., Williams (Anishiinabe), N., Roberts, R., Worley, P., & Hutten-Czapski, P. (2022). Position statement: Research and reconciliation with Indigenous peoples in rural health journals. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 30(1).

Book Reviews

Working Papers

  • Lara Cain Gray and Jodie Lea Martire. “Accessibility and inclusivity in remote and low-income reader communities”, Working Paper 6/21, Library For All (December 2021).