Christopher Richard Brand (born in Preston, England, 1 June 1943) is a British psychological and psychometric researcher. He was a lecturer of psychology at Edinburgh University when he made controversial claims that black people were less intelligent than whites and that some forms of child sex were not harmful.
Articles and reports on the case
LM Network contributions
- Jennie Bristow, 'A sledgehammer to crack a ridiculous nut', The Times Higher Education Supplement, 7 February 1997, p. 12.
- Jennie Bristow 'Free speech branded', Living Marxism No 103 September 1997, p. 10.
- Helene Guldberg, 'Why ban racist Brand?', Living Marxism, No. 91 - June 1996, p. 20.
- Kenan Malik 'An unintelligent debate' The Spectator, 11 May 1996.
- Hugh Peto & Fiona McEwan 'Academic freedom "being undermined"', letter The Scotsman, 5 June 1996
- Hugh Peto 'All Brand (again)' Student 31 October 1996, p 10.
- Penny Robson, 'Student protection racket', Living Marxism, No. 91 - June 1996, p. 22.
- Julia Hinde, Branded an outcast, The Times Education Supplement, 15 August 1997