Adjunct Associate Professor, Australian Demographic and Social Research Institute, Australian National University

Dr Jupp was educated at the London School of Economics (1951-1956) and has taught Political Science in universities in Melbourne, York, Waterloo and Canberra.
He has published widely in the fields of Australian Politics, Immigration and Ethnicity and Comparative Politics.
Among his books are Sri Lanka-Third World Democracy (London 1978),
The Australian People (Sydney 1988 and Melbourne 2001), The Encyclopedia of Australian Religion (Melbourne 2001) and From White Australia to Woomera (Melbourne 2007).
He has lived in Canberra since 1978.


  • 1990–present
    Adjunct Associate Professor, Australian National University
  • 1992–1995
    Executive Director, Academy of the Social Sciences
  • 1984–1988
    General Editor, Bicentennial Encyclopedia of the Australian People


  • 1975 
    University of London, PhD


  • 2009
    The Encyclopedia of Religion in Australia,
  • 2007
    From White Australia to Woomera,

Research Areas

  • Race And Ethnic Relations (160803)


Order of Australia 2004 for services to immigration and multicultural studies