Frances Morphy

Frances Morphy

Frances Morphy is a Fellow at the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR) at The Australian National University. Frances Morphy’s research interests include the anthropological demography of Australian Aboriginal populations, population structure and dynamics in remote Aboriginal Australia, and the representation of Aboriginal people in the national census. Frances Morphy is also interested in anthropology and linguistics of the Yolngu-speaking peoples of north east Arnhem Land, and social, cultural and economic aspects of the encapsulation of Aboriginal Australians within the Australian state, in particular the homelands movement, land rights and native title, the governance of Aboriginal community organisations, the impact of colonisation on Indigenous social systems and languages, and problems of cross-cultural ‘translation’.

Agency, Contingency and Census Process »

Observations of the 2006 Indigenous Enumeration Strategy in remote Aboriginal Australia

Edited by: Frances Morphy
ISBN (print): 9781921313585
ISBN (online): 9781921313592
Publication date: December 2007

The Social Effects of Native Title »

Recognition, Translation, Coexistence

Edited by: Benjamin R. Smith, Frances Morphy
ISBN (print): 9781921313516
ISBN (online): 9781921313523
Publication date: October 2007

The Indigenous Welfare Economy and the CDEP Scheme »

Edited by: Frances Morphy, Will Sanders
ISBN (print): 1 9209420 4 1
ISBN (online): 0 9751229 3 2
Publication date: May 2004

Making Sense of the Census »

Observations of the 2001 Enumeration in Remote Aboriginal Australia

Edited by: David Martin, Frances Morphy, Will Sanders, John Taylor
ISBN (print): 0 9751229 4 0
ISBN (online): 1 9209420 2 5
Publication date: March 2004