I carried out field work among the hunter-gatherer people in South India, about whom I subsequently published a book. I have published books on the anthropology of religion, conceptions of the self and on herbalism in Malawi. In addition I have also written numerous articles on ethnobotany, ethnozoology, classification, conceptions of the individual, religion, ritual and symbolism, hunter-gatherer societies, herbalism and fungi. I have also carried out fieldwork on a number of occasions in Malawi, most recently researching human-insect interactions.
Religion and Anthropology: A Critical Introduction
Morris, Brian and Morris, Brian. 2006. Religion and Anthropology: A Critical Introduction. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521852412
Chewa Medical Botany (Monographs from the International African Institute)
Morris, Brian. 1997. Chewa Medical Botany (Monographs from the International African Institute). Hamburg: Lit Verlag . ISBN 978-3825826376
'Wildlife Depredations in Malawi'
Morris, Brian. 2000. 'Wildlife Depredations in Malawi'. In: John Knight, ed. Natural Enemies: People-Wildlife Conflicts in Anthropological Perspective. London: Routledge, pp. 36-49. ISBN 978-0415224413
'Woodland and Village: Reflections on the "animal estate" in Rural Malawi'
Morris, Brian. 1995. 'Woodland and Village: Reflections on the "animal estate" in Rural Malawi'. Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute , 1(2), pp. 310-315. ISSN 13590987