Books and book chapters
Morgan Carpenter. 2018. ‘The ‘normalisation’ of intersex bodies and ‘othering’ of intersex identities’. In Jens Sherpe, Anatol Dutta, and Tobias Helms (editors). The Legal Status of Intersex Persons. Cambridge, UK: Intersentia. Print and e-book editions.
Morgan Carpenter. 2018. ‘Torn between two worldviews: intersex people and marriage equality’. In Quinn Eades and Son Vivienne (editors). Going Postal: More than ‘Yes’ or ‘No’. Melbourne: Brow Books.
Mauro Cabral Grinspan and Morgan Carpenter. 2018. ‘Gendering the lens: Critical reflections on gender, hospitality and torture’. In Gender perspectives on torture: Law and practice, 183–96. Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law, Washington College of Law, American University.
Morgan Carpenter and Dawn Hough. 2014. Employers’ guide to intersex inclusion. Sydney, Australia: Pride in Diversity and Organisation Intersex International Australia Limited.
Morgan Carpenter and Nexus Research Co-operative. 1998. The employment of people with disabilities in small and medium-sized enterprises. Dublin, Ireland: European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions.
Peer-reviewed journal articles
Katrina Karkazis and Morgan Carpenter. 2018. ‘Impossible “choices”: The inherent harms of regulating women’s testosterone in sport’. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 15(4): 579–587.
Morgan Carpenter. 2018. Intersex variations, human rights, and the International Classification of Diseases. Health and Human Rights Journal, 20(2): 205–214.
Morgan Carpenter. 2018 The ‘normalization’ of intersex bodies and ‘othering’ of intersex identities in Australia. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 15(4): 487–495. This is a summary version of the book chapter with a similar name.
Morgan Carpenter, 2016. The human rights of intersex people: addressing harmful practices and rhetoric of change. Reproductive Health Matters, 24(47): 74–84.
Statements and principles
Yogyakarta Principles plus 10 on the application of international human rights law to the distinct and intersectional grounds of sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and sex characteristics. November 2017. Member of drafting committee and signatory.
Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome Support Group Australia, Intersex Trust Aotearoa New Zealand, Organisation Intersex International Australia, Eve Black, Kylie Bond, Tony Briffa, Morgan Carpenter, et al. March 2017. ‘Darlington Statement’. Sydney, New South Wales. Co-organiser and participant of the retreat where the Statement was agreed.
Third international intersex forum. December 2013. ‘Malta Declaration: Public Statement by the Third International Intersex Forum’. Floriana, Malta. Participant.
Morgan Carpenter. December 2018. What do intersex people need from doctors? O&G Magazine, the magazine of The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists 20(4): 32-33. Invited article.
Morgan Carpenter. 26 October 2018. Intersex human rights: clinical self-regulation has failed. Reproductive Health Matters (RHM). Invited blog.
Morgan Carpenter. 13 September 2018. Intersex People: Not Invisible in Sport but Inadvertently Excluded. Play by the Rules. Invited article.
Morgan Carpenter. 26 October 2016. Intersex awareness day: Thinking outside the box. Archer Magazine.
Morgan Carpenter. 26 October 2016. Thinking outside the box. Intersex Day Project. Retrieved 26 October 2016.
Morgan Carpenter. 21 October 2015. Intersex-related research must have direct input from intersex community. Star Observer. p.24. Translated into Spanish as La investigación relacionada a la intersexualidad debe tener una contribución directa de la comunidad intersex. Translation by Laura Inter, Brújula Intersexual.
Morgan Carpenter. 16 March 2015. Comment: “Curing” intersex is damaging and common. SBS The Feed. Translated into Spanish as Comentario: ‘Curar’ la intersexualidad es perjudicial y común. Translation by Laura Inter, Brújula Intersexual.
Morgan Carpenter. 13 March 2014. Intersex explained and the issues that confront us. Star Observer.
Morgan Carpenter. 15 November 2013. It’s time to defend intersex rights. Australian Broadcasting Corporation.