Russell Marks His biography included in the book Philanthropy and Cultural Imperialism notes: "Russell Marks is an Assistant Professor in History of Education at Indiana University, Bloomington. He received his Ph.D. at the University of Illinois in 1972. He is currently writing a book on the history of the concept of individual differences." (p.454)
His Ph.D. was titled "Testers, trackers, and trustees : the ideology of the intelligence testing movement in America 1900-1954" (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1972).
- Russell Marks, "Race and immigration: The politics of intelligence testing", In C. Karier (Ed.), Shaping the American educational state (Free Press, 1975). Pp.316-342.
- Russell Marks, "Providing for individual differences: A history of the intelligence testing movement in North America", Interchange, Volume 7, Number 3, September, 1976. ("research was supported by a grant from the Spencer Foundation")
- Russell Marks, "Legitimating Industrial Capitalism: Philanthropy and Individual Differences," In Philanthropy and Cultural Imperialism, ed R. F. Arnove (G.K. Hall, 1980).
- Russell Marks, The Idea of IQ (University Press of America, 1981).