Jonathan H. Marks: Selected Publications
Journals in Law, Bioethics, Medicine, etc.
- Marks, J.H., The Ethics of Compromise: Third Party, Public Health, and Environmental Perspectives, J. Med. Eth. (2016)
- Marks, J.H., Toward a Systemic Ethics of Public-Private Partnerships Related to Food and Health, Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, 24(3): 267-299 (2014)
- Marks, J.H., Nutrition and Global Health Policy: A Critical Moment, BMJ 349: g5457 (2014) (brief commentary)
- Marks, J.H., Silencing Marcellus: When the Law Fractures Public Health, Hastings Center Report (2014)
- Marks, J.H., Objects Closer Than They Appear: Regulating Health-Based Advertising of Food, American Journal of Bioethics (2013)
- Marks, J.H., What's the Big Deal? The Ethics of Public-Private Partnerships Related to Food and Health, Edmond J. Safra Working Paper No. 11 (2013)
- Marks, J.H., The Undocumented Unwell, Hastings Center Report (2013)
- Marks, J.H., Toward a Unified Theory of Professional Ethics and Human Rights, Michigan Journal of of International Law (2012)
- Marks, J.H., and D.B. Thompson, Shifting the Focus: Conflict of Interest and the Food Industry, American Journal of Bioethics (2011)(prepublication PDF)
- Marks J.H. A Neuroskeptic's Guide to Neuroethics and National Security, American Journal of Bioethics: Neuroscience. 1(2): 4 - 12 (2010)
- Marks J.H. Neuroconcerns: Some Responses to My Critics. American Journal of Bioethics: Neuroscience, 1(2): W1 - W3 (2010)
- Marks J.H. The Terrorist and the Doctor: A Legal and Ethical Response. American Journal of Bioethics. 9(10): 49 - 51 (2009).
- Marks JH, Bloche MG. The Ethics of Interrogation -- The US Military's Ongoing Use of Psychiatrists N. Engl. J. Med. 359: 1090 - 1092 (2008)
- Marks JH. Expedited Industry-Sponsored Translational Research: A Seductive but Hazardous Cocktail? Am. J. Bioethics 8(3): 56 - 58 (2008)
- Marks, JH. "Interrogational Neuroimaging in Counterterrorism: A 'No-Brainer' or a Human Rights Hazard?" Am. J. Law & Med., 33: 483-500 (2007)
- Marks JH, "Doctors as Pawns? Law and Medical Ethics at Guantanamo Bay," 37 Seton Hall Law Review 711 - 731 (2007)
- Marks JH. “9/11 + 3/11 + 7/7 = ? What Counts in Counterterrorism” 37(2) Columbia Human Rights Law Review 559 - 626 (2006)
- Bloche MG, Marks JH. “Doctors and Interrogators at Guantantamo Bay”, New England Journal of Medicine, 353 (1): 6 – 8 (2005)
- Bloche MG, Marks JH. “When Doctors Go To War”, New England Journal of Medicine, 352 (1): 3 – 6 (2005)
- Marks JH. “Mending the Web: Universal Jurisdiction, Humanitarian Intervention and the Abrogation of Immunity by the Security Council”, 42 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 445 - 490 (2004)
- Marks JH. “The Price of Seduction: Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Prescription Drugs in the U.S.”, N.C. Med. J. 2003; 64(4):292-295
Book Chapters and Contributions (copies available on request)
- Marks, J.H. Looking Back, Thinking Ahead: The Complicity of Health Professionals in Detainee Abuse in Goodman, R., Roseman, M., Interrogations, Forced Feedings, and the Role of Health Professionals: New Perspectives on International Human Rights, Humanitarian Law, and Ethics (Harvard, 2009).
- Marks J.H. "Dual Disloyalties: Law and Medical Ethics at Guantanamo Bay" in F. Allhoff, Physicians at War: The Dual Loyalties Challenge (2008) 53 - 73.
- Marks J.H. "The Fourth Estate and the Case for War in Iraq" in Mark Gibney et al., The Age of Apology: Facing Up to the Past (U. Penn Press, 2008) 298 - 314
- Marks JH. "Catastrophic Opportunity: Public Health Emergencies, Health Infrastructure and Human Rights" in Chowlewka and Motlagh (eds.), Health Capital and Sustainable Socioeconomic Development (2008) 365 - 378
- Marks J.H. "Interrogation" in W. Darity, Jr. (ed.), International Encylcopedia of the Social Sciences (2nd ed., 2008) 110 - 114
- Marks JH. Review of Jonathan Moreno, Mind Wars: Brain Research and National Defense, Am. J. Bioethics, 8(2): 50 - 51 (2008)
- Marks JH, Trust Is Not Enough: Bringing Human Rights to Medicine, New England Journal of Medicine, 356:878-9 (2007)
- Marks JH. “Perspectives in Health and Human Rights”, New England Journal of Medicine, 353 (26): 2826 (2005) (Review)