Here is a list of publications by Brian Crozier or for which he was responsible (links to full text where the title appears in bold):
The Yellow Book and the London avant garde in the 1890s, MA, Melbourne, 1970 (First Class Honours)
Notions of childhood in London theatre, 1880-1905, PhD, Cantab, 1982
"Taking history out of the closet: the History Institute, Victoria", Australian Historical Association Bulletin 41, 1984
University of Melbourne Research Report 1983-85, edited
Homefront: South Australia at war, 1939-1945, edited, Old Parliament House, Adelaide, 1988. Papers given at a conference organised by Brian Crozier at Old Parliament House, October 1987
"What they want and what they get: history and its markets", Australian Historical Association Bulletin 59-60, Aug-Nov 1989
"The historical community; or, seeing the whole elephant", Australian Historical Association Bulletin 59-60, Aug-Nov 1989, also published in Grass roots history, ed. Alan Roberts, Federation of Australian Historical Societies, Canberra 1991
"Owning the past: historical societies in South Australia", Australian Historical Association Bulletin 63, Dec 1990
"Historical societies", in Community in Australia, ed Patrick O'Farrell and Louella McCarthy, 1994
The Queensland house, ed. with Rod Fisher, Queensland Museum, Brisbane, 1994
"Collection people, and other things", Artefact 4, no. 3, Sept 1999
"The Queensland Museum Accessioning Kit for Small Museums", Artefact 4, Dec 1999
"Historical sensibility", Australian Historical Association Bulletin, Dec 2000
"Community collecting", Museum national, Feb 2002
Review of Henry Glassie, Material culture, in Museum national, 2003
"The Workshops Rail Museum, Ipswich", Museum national, Nov 2002
"Creating 'A lot on her hands'", with Helen Gregory, Labour history 85, Nov 2003, 89-101
"Sharing their legacy. A travelling exhibition and a little bit more...", Museum Australia Magazine, Aug 2004
"History, fiction and extended memory. A response to Inga Clendinnen", History Australia 5(1), 2008, 13.1-13.5
Other occasional articles in Museums Australia (Queensland) journal, Artefact
Newsletter, The History Institute, Victoria, ed, 1981-85
Newsletter, Association of Professional Historians, ed 1987-89
Making history, ed Stuart McIntyre, 1985, comprising addresses to the inaugural "Historians on history" forum of The History Institute, Victoria, conceived and organised by Brian Crozier who also wrote the Foreword.
South Africa: past, present and future, ed John Hirst 1986. Second in a series of History Institute publications projected by Brian Crozier before leaving the Institute in 1985.
Pat Stretton, The life and times of Old Parliament House, 1988. Conceived and supervised by Brian Crozier as Director, Old Parliament House, Adelaide.
Rebecca Walker, Procedure manual: accessioning for small museums. Supervised by Brian Crozier, originally for use in the Social History section, Queensland Museum, later adapted for use by small museums. Revised and expanded by Lisa Jones under Brian's supervision 1997 for incorporation into the Queensland Museum Accessioning Resource Kit for Small Museums.
Wendy Selby, The golden gamble: a history of the Golden Casket Art Union. Written under contract for the Golden Casket Art Union Office as a project established by Brian Crozier.
Faye Schutt and Errol Beutel, The indispensable goat: Queensland pioneers and their goats, 2002. Supervised by Brian Crozier.
Ross Johnston and Helen Gregory, Women of the west, 2004. Written as the University of Queensland's contribution to a joint project with the Queensland Museum, the "Women of the wet" exhibition, curated by Brian Crozier.