2021 Vaarzon-Morel, P. ‘Engaging religiosities: Relationality, co-existence and belonging among Lander Warlpiri, Central Australia’. In Francoise Dussart and Sylvie Poirier (eds.) Contemporary Indigenous Cosmologies and Pragmatics. Edmonton: The University of Alberta Press. (In press).
2021 Vaarzon-Morel, P, Barwick. L. and J. Green, ‘Sharing and storing digital cultural records in Central Australian Indigenous communities’. In ‘Storing and sharing: Everyday relationships with digital materials’, H. Horst, J. Sinanan and L. Hjorth (eds.), special issue, New Media & Society, 23(4): 692–714.
2021 Vaarzon-Morel, P, ‘The silence of the donkeys: sensorial entanglements between people and animals at Willowra and beyond’. In ‘Sense‐making in a more‐than‐human world’, N. Fijn and M. Kavesh (eds.), special issue, The Australian Journal of Anthropology 32(1): 114–131.
2020 Vaarzon-Morel, P. and Kelly, L. ‘Enlivening people and country: The Lander Warlpiri cultural mapping project’. In Linda Barwick, Jennifer Green and Petronella Vaarzon-Morel (eds.) Archival Returns: Central Australia and beyond, pp. 111–138. Sydney: Sydney University Press. (First published online 2019 in Language Documentation and Conservation Special Publication 18. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press).
2020 L. Barwick, J. Green & P. Vaarzon-Morel (eds.). Archival Returns: Central Australia and beyond. Sydney: Sydney University Press. First published online 2019 in Language Documentation and Conservation Special Publication 18. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.
2020 Barwick, L., Green, J., Vaarzon-Morel, P. and Zissermann, K. ‘Conundrums and consequences: Doing digital archival returns in Australia’. In Linda Barwick, Jennifer Green and Petronella Vaarzon-Morel (eds.) Archival Returns: Central Australia and beyond, pp. 1–28. Sydney: Sydney University Press. (First published online 2019 in Language Documentation and Conservation Special Publication 18. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press).
2020 Vaarzon-Morel, P. ‘Sutton’s model of underlying and proximate customary title and the Lander Warlpiri region’. In Julie D. Finlayson and Frances Morphy (eds.) Ethnographer and Contrarian: Biographical and anthropological essays in honour of Peter Sutton, pp. 213–231. Adelaide: Wakefield Press.
2018 Vaarzon-Morel, P. ‘Reconfiguring relational personhood among Lander Warlpiri’. In Diane Austin-Broos and Francesca Merlan (eds.) People and Change in Indigenous Australia, pp. 81–96. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.
2017 Vaarzon-Morel, P. ‘Alien relations: Ecological and ontological dilemmas posed for Indigenous Australians in the management of “feral” camels on their lands’. In Francoise Dussart and Sylvie Poirier (eds.). Entangled Territorialities: Negotiating Indigenous lands in Australia and Canada, pp. 186–211. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
2017 Vaarzon-Morel, P. & Wafer, J. ‘ “Bilingual time” at Willowra: The beginnings of a community-initiated program, 1976–1977’. In Brian Devlin, Nancy Devlin and Samantha Disbray (eds.) History of Bilingual Education in the Northern Territory: People, programs and policies, pp. 35–47. Singapore: Springer.
2016 Vaarzon-Morel, P. ‘Continuity and change in Warlpiri practices of marking the landscape’. In William Lovis and Robert Whallon (eds.) Marking the Land: Hunter-gatherer creation of meaning in their environment, pp. 201–230. United States: Routledge Studies in Archaeology.
2016 Vaarzon-Morel, P. Invited response to ‘CRUISING’ by artist Chris Barry for the exposition TRACES. In Mick Douglas (ed.), Performing Mobilities. Melbourne: RMIT University, School of Architecture & Design.
2014 Vaarzon-Morel, P, ‘Pointing the phone: transforming technologies and social relations among Warlpiri’. In ‘Communication technology and social life: Transformation, continuity, disorder and difference’, J.P. Marshall and T. Notley (eds.), special issue, The Australian Journal of Anthropology 25(2): 239–255.
2012 Vaarzon-Morel, P. and Edwards, G. ‘Incorporating Indigenous perceptions of introduced animals in resource management: insights from the feral camel project.’ In ‘Indigenous land and sea management in remote Australia’, E. Ens (ed.), special issue, Ecological Management and Restoration 13(1): 65–71.
2012 Vaarzon-Morel, P. ‘Camels and the transformation of Indigenous economic landscapes’. In Natasha Fijn, Ian Keen, Christopher Lloyd and Michael Pickering (eds.) Indigenous Participation in Australian Economies 11: Historical engagements and current enterprises, pp. 73–95. Canberra: ANU E-Press.
2012 Vaarzon-Morel, P. ‘Intertwined anthropologies’. Invited comment on Trigger, D. ‘Anthropology Pure and Profane: The politics of applied research in Aboriginal Australia’. Anthropological Forum 22(1): 82–84.
2012 Vaarzon-Morel, P. ‘TJAMPIJINPA, Martin (‘Stumpy’)’. In Nolan, M. (gen. ed.) Australian Dictionary of Biography: Volume 18 1981–1990, L–Z, pp. 512–13. Australian National University. Carlton: Melbourne University Press.
2010 Vaarzon-Morel, P. ‘Changes in Aboriginal perceptions of feral camels and of their impacts and management’. The Rangeland Journal 32(1): 73–85.
2009 Vaarzon-Morel, P. and Gabrys, K. ‘Fire on the horizon: Contemporary Aboriginal burning issues in the Tanami Desert, central Australia’. GeoJournal 74(5): 465–476.
2008 Edwards, G.P., Allan, G.E., Brock, C., Duguid, A., Gabrys, K. and Vaarzon-Morel, P. ‘Fire and its management in central Australia’. The Rangeland Journal 30(1): 109–121.
2008 Vaarzon-Morel, P. Key stakeholder perceptions of feral camels: Aboriginal community survey. DKCRC Report 49. Alice Springs: Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre. Available at: https://www.nintione.com.au/resources/nol/chapter-5-key-stakeholder-perceptions-of-feral-camels-aboriginal-community-survey/
2007 Rosewarne, C., Vaarzon-Morel, P., Bell, S., Carter, E., and Liddle, M. ‘The historical context of developing an Aboriginal community-controlled health service: A social history of the first ten years of the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress’. Aboriginal Health and History 9(2): 114–143.