VIDA blog publishes a number of series selating to feminist, gender, and women’s history in Australia and beyond, as well as series about the practice of history. If you would like to suggest a series, or let us know about your book launch or event, please consult our guidelines and contact the managing editors.


16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence

This series of blog posts is part of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence Campaign, “an international campaign originating from the first Women’s Global Leadership Institute sponsored by the Centre for Women’s Global Leadership in 1991.”

Graffiti en Barcelona, 2016. Image via Wikimedia Commons.
Graffiti en Barcelona, 2016. Image via Wikimedia Commons.

Zora Simic, “Towards a feminist history of domestic violence in Australia,” November 24, 2016.

Tanya Evans, “How domestic violence fractures families,” November 25, 2016.

Andy Kaladelfos, “Uncovering a hidden offence: Histories of familial sexual abuse,” November 26, 2016.

Susan Broomhall, “Narrating women’s experiences of psychic violence,” November 27, 2016.

Alana Piper, “The role of economic abuse in domestic violence,” November 28, 2016.

Shurlee Swain, “Reading the silences of domestic abuse,” November 29, 2016.

Sheilagh Ilona O’Brien, “‘Wicked Women’ and communal violence: Witchcraft in historical perspective,” November 30, 2016.

Vera Mackie, “The grandmother and the girl,” December 1, 2016.

Lisa Durnian, “‘Mum will be safe now’: Prosecuting children who kill violent men,” December 2, 2016.

Dianne Hall, “Domestic violence has a history: Early modern family violence,” December 3, 2016.

Joanne McEwan, “The legacy of eighteenth-century wife beating,” December 4, 2016.

Jane Freeland, “Writing their stories: Women’s survivorship and the history of domestic abuse in divided Germany,” December 5, 2016.

Mary Tomsic, “We Aim to Please: Cinematic activism, sex and violence,” December 6, 2016.

Lisa Featherstone, “Rape in marriage: Why was it so hard to criminalise sexual violence?” December 7, 2016.

Senthorun Raj, “Are you really gay enough to be a refugee?” December 8, 2016.

Brigitte Lewis, “Feminist digital activism: The revolution is being streamed, snapped and tweeted,” December 9, 2016.

Day in the Working Life of a Historian

This series asks feminist historians at different stages of their careers and across historical disciplines to share what contributes to their working day when writing history.

Catherine Kevin, July 4, 2016.

Jane Lydon, July 31, 2016.

Kathleen Neal, September 5, 2016.

Patricia Grimshaw, October 2, 2016.

Sarah Pinto, November 1, 2016.

Maria Quirk, December 12, 2016.

Rebecca Lush, January 2, 2017.

Frances Clarke, April 5, 2017.

Kate Evans, July 18, 2017.

Lilith Blogs

This series features blogs based on articles published in Lilith: A Feminist History Journal.

Wendy Michaels, “The final factor: Achieving maternal rights in 1930s’ New South Wales,” July 12, 2016.
Original: Wendy Michaels, “The final factor: What political action failed to do,” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 19 (2013): 18-31.

Laura Rademaker, “The stolen generation: Motherhood in black and white,” October 20, 2016.
Original: Laura Rademaker,  “‘I had more children than most people’: Single women’s missionary maternalism in Arnhem Land, 1908-1945,” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 17-18 (2012): 7-21.

Alison Holland, “Wielding her pen like a sword: Mary Bennett the writer,” January 29, 2017.
Original: Alison Holland, “Wielding her pen like a sword: Mary Bennett’s war against the Australian State,” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 22 (2016): 37-51.

Kali Myers, “Translating gender (troubles),” April 19, 2017.
Original: Kali Myers, “Translating gender (troubles): Simone de Beauvoir, Judith Butler, and the American appropriation of ‘French theory’,” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 22 (2016): 91-103.

Tanya Serisier, “Giving Rape a History,” April 30, 2017.
Original: Tanya Serisier, “Speaking out against rape: Feminist (her) stories and anti-rape politics,” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal 16 (2007): 96-109.

Suzanne D. Rutland, “Jewish Feminism: Perspectives from the Australian Jewish community,” August 20, 2017.
Original: Suzanne D. Rutland, “Perspectives from the Australian Jewish Community,” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal 11 (2002): 87-101.

Jessica Stroja, “Betty Sale: An Australian woman in a distant conflict,” November 20, 2017.
Original: Jessica Stroja, “Betty Sale: How one woman fought with a nation, and embodied the values of another,” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal 21 (2015): 19-32.

Peter Sherlock, “Women’s ordination and the Anglican Church of Australia,” February 9, 2018.
Original: Peter Sherlock, “Australian Women Priests? Anglicans, Feminists and the Newspapers,” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal 10 (2001): 137-152.

Inspirational Women

This series began in conjunction with Women’s History Month 2017, and invites scholars to reflect on the lives of women who they find inspirational.

Susan Magarey, “Catherine Helen Spence: ‘The most distinguished woman they had had in Australia’,” March 1, 2017.

Michelle Arrow, “Working inside the system: Elizabeth Reid, the Whitlam government and the Women’s Movement,” March 5, 2017.

Melanie Nolan, “Reshaping the Australian Dictionary of Biography: Feminist interventions,” March 7, 2017.

Joanne McEwan and Stephanie Tarbin, “Patricia Crawford: Celebrated scholar and mentor” March 13, 2017.

Anne Rees, “Persia Campbell, our woman at the United Nations,” March 14, 2017.

Heather Sheard, “Australia’s women doctors in the First World War,” March 21, 2017.

Alison Alexander, “Jane Franklin: A life on her own terms,” March 23, 2017.

Sharon Crozier-De Rosa, “Uncomfortable feminist icon: Constance Markievicz,” March 26, 2017.

Claire Cooke, “Charlotte Maxeke: Tireless campaigner for women’s rights,” March 29, 2017.

Nadia Rhook, “Remembering Tracey Banivanua Mar,” September 1, 2017.

Shane Greentree, “Defending the Character and Conduct of Mary Wollstonecraft, 1797-1803,” March 7, 2018.

Stephanie Gilbert, “The inspirational Pearl Gibbs: Challenging norms about Aboriginal women,” July 8, 2018.

Marriage equality

This series offered historical context for marriage in homosexual histories during the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey of 2017.

Shirleene Robinson, “Marriage in homosexual histories,” September 6, 2017.

Noah Riseman, “LGBTI military service members and their partners,” September 10, 2017.

Senthorun Raj, “Legalising history in the marriage equality debate,” September 12, 2017.

Lisa Featherstone, “Marriage debates in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries,” September 17, 2017.

Scott McKinnon, “Anti-LGBT rights campaigns and the figure of the child,” September 20, 2017.

Andy Kaladelfos, “The Greatest Menace: The unexpected outcomes of policing homosexuality,” September 24, 2017.

Sophie Robinson, “Not the marrying kind?” September 27, 2017.

Rebecca Jennings, “Marriage between women in post-war Australia,” October 1, 2017.

Barbara Baird, “Tracing activist demands concerning ‘same sex’ relationships,” October 4, 2017.

Michelle Arrow, “LGBT activism and the 1974 Royal Commission,” October 7, 2017.

Jordy Silverstein, “What do we talk about when we talk about marriage?” October 10, 2017.

Yorick Smaal, “Queer relationships in nineteenth-century Australia,” October 15, 2017.

Research Blogs

Blogs in the research series explore innovative new research about feminist, gender, and women’s history.

Petra Mosmann, “Germaine Greer’s coat, Julia Gillard’s jacket: Thoughts on fashion, feminism and collections,” August 8, 2016.
Original: Petra Mosmann, “A feminist fashion icon: Germaine Greer’s paisley coat,” Australian Feminist Studies31, no. 87 (2016): 78-94.

Catherine Bishop, “Manipulating marriage and money-Making,” August 21, 2016.
Original: Catherine Bishop, “When your money is not your own: Coverture and married women in business in colonial New South Wales,” Law and History Review, 33, no. 1 (2015): 181-200.

Nadia Rhook, “Representing a non-English speaking woman in 1890s Melbourne: some dilemmas,” August 31, 2016.
Original: Nadia Rhook, “Speech, sex, and mobility: Norwegian women in a late nineteenth-century ‘English-speaking’ settler colony,” Journal of Women’s History, 28, no. 2 (2016): 58-81.

Samadhi Driscoll, “Fortune-telling, family history and feminism,” September 7, 2016.

James Keating, “Vida Goldstein, the vote, and the challenges of national and international citizenship,” September 15, 2016.
Original: James Keating, “‘An Utter Absence of National Feeling’: Australian women and the International Suffrage Movement, 1900–14,” Australian Historical Studies, 47, no. 3 (2016): 462-481.

Anne Jamison, “‘Who do you think you are?’ Australian Women Writers,” September 18, 2016.

Anne Rees, “A different view of women: Mentors, Australian women professionals and the United States,” September 29, 2016.

Marian Quartly, “Marital separation and family heroines,” October 24, 2016.

Phoebe Wilkens, “Dead and buried: Digging up controversial history,” November 15, 2016.

Alana Piper, “Book thieves in 19th-century Melbourne,” January 17, 2017.
Original: Alana Piper, “Book thieves: Theft and literary culture in nineteenth and twentieth-century Australia,” Cultural and Social History (2016): 1-17.

Hsu-Ming Teo, “Love and the land: Early Australian rural romances,” February 12, 2017.
Winner: 2017 Romance Writers of Australia Romance Media Award (ROMA).
Original: Hsu-Ming Teo, “‘We have to learn to love imperially’: Love in late colonial and federation Australian romance novels,” Journal of Popular Romance Studies 4, no. 2 (2014): 1-20.

Faye Yik-Wei Chan, “Citzenship vs. alienship and the intersectionality of law, race and gender,” February 19, 2017.

Anna Temby, “A matter of convenience…or lack thereof: Ladies lavatories in twentieth-century Brisbane,” February 21, 2017.

Cheryl Ware, “Bearing Witness to the HIV and AIDS Epidemic,” April 12, 2017.

Blair Williams, “Julia Gillard, Gender and the Media: Treading the tight-rope,” May 10, 2017.

Hannah Loney, “Beneath the Textual Record: Women’s voices and the violence of occupation,” May 21, 2017.

Laura Rademaker, “Sex in the Pulpit: The feminist preacher for Aussie flappers,” May 28, 2017.
Original: Laura Rademaker, “Religion for the Modern Girl: Maude Royden in Australia, 1928,” Australian Feminist Studies 31, no. 89 (2016): 336-354.

Marian Lorrison, “‘Of idle and vagrant habits’: Women and divorce in colonial Australia,” June 1, 2017.

Shane Greentree, “Catharine Macaulay and the ‘Equal Eye’ of Compassion,” June 4, 2017.

Vicky Nagy, “The Essex poisoning ring,” June 6, 2017.

Lynn Abrams, “Oral history and liberating women’s voices,” July 13, 2017.

Anna Temby, “‘With daggers in her bonnet’: The Australian hatpin panic of 1912,” July 20, 2017.

Sheilagh Ilona O’Brien, “The use and abuse of ‘the witch’ in contemporary culture,” August 15, 2017.
Original: Sheilagh O’Brien, “The Politics of Witchcraft Accusation,” Enchanted History, July 1, 2017.

Mark Klemens, “Lady Audrey Tennyson: trailing spouse, invaluable observer,” September 3, 2017.

Alana Piper and Vicky Nagy, “Disorderly women, broken windows and social outcasts,” October 18, 2017.
Original: Alana Piper and Victoria Nagy, “Versatile offending: Criminal careers of female prisoners in Australia, 1860-1920,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 48, no. 2 (2017): 187-210.

Ana Stevenson, “The ‘new female costume’: The dress reform controversy in colonial Australia,” November 29, 2017.
Original: Ana Stevenson, “‘Bloomers’ and the British World: Dress Reform in Transatlantic and Antipodean Print Culture, 1851-1950,” Cultural & Social History 14, no. 5 (2017): 621-646.

Hannah Viney, “The Australian Women’s Weekly and gendered Cold War discourse,” December 6, 2017.

Victoria Grieves, “Interracial marriage, children and a family forged in World War II Australia: Mum Dot’s heartbreak marriage to an African American sailor,” December 14, 2017.

Katie Barclay, “Murder, emotion and women’s bodies in nineteenth-century Ireland,” December 26, 2017.

Loretta Dolan, “Child marriage in early modern England,” January 3, 2017.

Danielle Broadhurst, “‘Khaki-mad’: The gendered approach to venereal disease in World War Two,” January 11, 2018.

Clement Masakure, “Being a white nurse in colonial Zimbabwe (Southern Rhodesia) before World War II,” March 22, 2018.
Original: Clement Masakure, “‘One of the most serious problem confronting us at present’: Nurses and government hospitals in Southern Rhodesia, 1930s to 1950,” Historia 60, 2, (2015): 109-131.

Helen Bones, “Literary in-betweens: Dora Wilcox and Australasian writing,” May 14, 2017.
Original: Helen Bones, “Falling between the cracks: Dora Wilcox and the neglected Tasman literary world,” Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature 17, no. 2 (2017): 1-12.

Lisa Featherstone and Andy Kaladelfos, “Victims of domestic violence less deserving of justice?” November 22, 2018.

Gemmia Burden, “Representing (white) Man: The Problem with Museums,” December 28, 2018.

Anne O’Brien, “Listening to homeless women: History and the role of the media in the campaign for better policy,” January 8, 2019.

Camille Nurka, “Female Genital Cosmetic Surgery: Deviance, Desire, and the Pursuit of Perfection,” January 17, 2019.

Kiera Lindsey, “Stirring the Pot: Speculating with fragments and informing the imagination,” January 23, 2019.

Leah Williams Veazey, “Digital Community Mothering: How Migrant Mothers in Australia build community on Facebook,” February 4, 2019.

Michelle Arrow, “It’s Time: Writing a Feminist History of 1970s Australia,” February 25, 2019.

Alecia Simmonds, “Sex smells: Olfaction, modernity and the regulation of women’s bodies,” May 22, 2019.

Kiera Lindsey, “The 9000 ‘Sister politicians’ who petitioned Queen Victoria in 1850,” October 25, 2019.

Humanitarianism and Internationalism Series

This series analyses the histories of women and their contribution to transnational humanitarian and internationalist organisations and social movements.

Fiona Paisley, “Australian Women at the League of Nations: A spotlight on settler colonialism in the 1930s,” February 7, 2017.
Original: Fiona Paisley, “The Italo-Abyssinian Crisis and Australia Settler Colonialism in 1935,” History Compass Special Issue on Anti Slavery and Settler Colonialism in World History, 15, no. 5 (2017).

Jon Piccini, “‘Women are the oldest colonial group in the world’: Elizabeth Reid on human rights and women’s rights in Mexico City, 1975,” April 1, 2017.
Original: Jon Piccini, “‘Women are the oldest colonial group in the world’: Human Rights, Women’s Rights and Third Worldism in Mexico City, 1975,” not even the dead, March 21, 2017.

Glenda Sluga, “The long history of humanitarianism, and the women who invented it,” April 21, 2017.

Fiona Paisley, “Anna Bugge-Wicksell and Education at the Permanent Mandates Commission,” September 23, 2018.
Original: Fiona Paisley, ‘Listening with their Eyes and Feeling with their Hearts: The Permanent Mandate Commission and Reform…,’ in League of Nations: Histories, Legacies, Impacts, eds. Joy Damousi and Patricia O’Brien (Melbourne University Press, 2018).

Reproduction Series

This series investigates the history of reproduction across many geographic regions and eras.

Paige Donaghy, “The non-history of other births: molar pregnancy and early modern false conceptions,” February 8, 2018.

Catriona Fisk, “A pregnant pause? Filling in the history of pregnancy and dress,” February 13, 2018.

Lisa Featherstone, “Contraception and reproduction in Australia’s past (or: please don’t try these methods at home),” February 19, 2018.

Cassandra Byrnes, “Reproduction regulation, abortion and Indigenous women since the 1970s,” February 25, 2018.

Vera Mackie, Nicola J. Marks and Sarah Ferber, “Where the domestic meets the global: Writing the history of assisted reproduction,” February 1, 2020.

Gender and Mental Health

This series sheds light on gendered experiences of mental health, psychiatry and trauma in the past and present.

Dolly MacKinnon, “Hearing women as mad in the asylum: past perceptions haunting the present,” March 29, 2018.

Philippa Martyr, “Relaxed and pleasant: women undergoing leucotomy in Western Australia, 1947-1970”, April 2, 2018.

Effie Karageorgos, “Masculinity, trauma and Australian soldiers in the South African War”, April 10, 2018.

Catharine Coleborne, “Archive stories: Institutionalised women as lost lives?”, April 16, 2018.

Mimi Petrakis, “The Mental Illness Factory”, April 23, 2018.

Georgina Rychner, “She looked wild: Infanticide and insanity in nineteenth-century Victoria”, April 30, 2018.

Issues Blogs

These blogs offer analysis of contemporary issues, especially those facing the practice or dissemination of feminist, gender, and women’s history.

Anna Kerr, “Respectful relationships education? Let’s start by teaching some Herstory,” August 3, 2016.

Lisa Featherstone, “What did abortion look like in 1899?” August 23, 2016.

Vera Mackie, “Remembering Bellona: Gendered allegories in the Australian War Memorial,” November 10, 2016.

Ana Stevenson, “‘Peace on earth good will to people’: Holiday reflections on Ms. Magazine,” December 18, 2016.

Jordy Silverstein and Mary Tomsic, “AWHN farewells 2016 and welcomes 2017…,” January 22, 2017.

Chilla Bulbeck, “Should women vote for women?” February 1, 2017.

Angela Wanhalla, “Of love and war: Marriages across the ‘colour line’ in the South Pacific,” February 13, 2017.

Sonya Wurster, “The leaking pipe: Women in academia,” March 3, 2017.

Lucy Davies and Kate Laing, “Indigenous Activism and the 1967 Referendum: Remembering Joyce Clague,” May 25, 2017.

Laura Rademaker, “Bringing a baby to a conference: The Australian Historical Association edition,” July 10, 2017.

Chelsea Barnett, Isobelle Barrett Meyering, James Keating and Sophie Robinson, “Tips for conference organisers: Experiences from the AWHN stream of the AHA,” August 2, 2017.

Intersectionality, resistance and history-making,” August 28, 2017.

Janet Stevenson, “Masculinity in World War I popular culture: The case of E.T. Shorley,” November 9, 2017.

Lynette Russell, “Because of Her, We Can: Remembering family histories, secrets and stories,” July 11, 2018.

Book Reviews and Book Launches

This series features book reviews of interest to members of the Australian Women’s History Network, as well as reflections by authors about their new monographs.

Ann McGrath, “A tale of three book launches,” July 13, 2016.

Lynette Russell, “Maulboyheenner and Tunnerminnerwait,” July 18, 2016.

Rachel Harris, “From gardeners to governor’s wives – How have women shaped Australia’s cities?” September 27, 2016.

Kiera Lindsey, “The Convict’s Daughter: Speculations on biography,” October 10, 2016.

Susan Currie, “Sexual harassment becomes visible in universities…again,” October 14, 2016.

Judith Armstrong, “The non-fiction novel?” April 9, 2017.

Jane Lydon, “Historicising Photography, Empathy and Human Rights,” May 15, 2017.

Ana Stevenson, “Maidens, mothers, matriarchs: The women of Game of Thrones,” July 16, 2017.

Claire Cooke, “The life and times of Charlotte Maxeke,” July 24, 2017.

Rachel Harris, “Wonder Woman – feminine throwback or modern feminist icon?” October 30, 2017.

Kristyn Harman, “Narrating New Zealand’s colonial past through convict micro-histories,” November 6, 2017.

Madeleine C. Seys, “Scholarly and Sartorial Threads,” February 5, 2018.

Sharon Crozier-de Rosa, “Shame: A transnational history of women policing women,” March 12, 2018.

Iola Mathews, “Political action, feminism and personal memoir,” October 20, 2019.

Conference Reviews and Events

This series features conference reviews and events about feminist, gender, and women’s history and Australian history from around Australia and abroad.

Kathryn Ticehurst, “Review of the AHA conference,” July 28, 2016.

Bethany Phillips-Peddlesden, “Writing histories of gender in Australia and the world – Personal thoughts on a public roundtable,” August 29, 2016.

Lucy Jackson and Victoria Leonard, “Launching the Women’s Classical Committee, UK,” October 7, 2016.

Heather Goodall, “Neighbours – and heroes: The history week lecture, 2016,” November 6, 2016.

Lucinda Horrocks, “Out of the Closets: A homosexual history of Melbourne,” December 14, 2016.

Shirleene Robinson, “Beyond the culture wars: LGBTIQ history now,” December 21, 2016.

Jenny Fraser, “Affirming the matriarchy,” January 26, 2017.

Wendy Michaels, “NSW Parliamentary trailblazers: A fit place for women?” February 9, 2017.

Anne Jamison, “The retrospect: Australian women’s writing symposium,” February 27, 2017.

Yorick Smaal, “Celebrating a career of engagement and achievement,” March 12, 2017.

Chelsea Barnett, “How the personal became political,” March 19, 2017.

Jordy Silverstein, “Bonding at the Berks,” June 22, 2017.

Sophie Robinson, Isobelle Barrett Meyering, Chelsea Barnett, James Keating and Robyn Arrowsmith, “‘Wild Jill’: Notes from a plenary session celebrating Australian historian Jill Roe,” July 26, 2017.

Mary Tomsic, “Celia: a work of feminist public history,” August 1, 2017.

Mitchell Naughton, “Serving in silence? Australian LGBTI military service since World War II,” January 17, 2018.

Caitlin Adams, “Carers, Citizens, Commodities: Australian Mothering Past and Present,” March 16, 2018.

Hannah Viney, “The power of academic activism: Using knowledge for community change,” July 17, 2018.

Elmari Whyte, “History without limits: A review of the 2018 AHA conference,” July 24, 2018.

Margaret Allen, “Review of the 2018 IFRWH conference,” October 17, 2018.

Hollie Pich and Marama Whyte, “MENTOR Workshop 2018: Six Key Pieces of Career Advice for PhDs and ECRs,” January 13, 2019.

Australian Women Writers Challenge

This series of book reviews reflects on the classic and contemporary work of Australian historians as part of the Australian Women Writers Challenge.

Deb Lee-Talbot, “From the fields of war to the streets of suburbia: A centenary of the Australian Red Cross,” February 3, 2017.

Lauren Robinson, “‘A Book of Lies’: Settler impressions of Aboriginal women,” May 7, 2017.

Deb Lee-Talbot, “Fashioning a woman’s place: The creation of an inclusive Australian history,” June 14, 2017.

Marian Lorrison, “From puritanical wowers to passionate reformers: The re-making of Australia’s first-wave feminists,” June 25, 2017.

Deb Lee-Talbot, “Beyond the goldfields: Australian migration to early-twentieth-century Shanghai,” August 30, 2017.

What I Wish I’d Known

VIDA’s advice series aims to offer practical advice to postgraduates and emerging scholars, and foster conversations within the community.

Susan Broomhall, “Grant applications,” January 31, 2018.

Sophie Loy-Wilson, “PhD professionalisation,” February 28, 2018.

Christina Twomey, “Trying to find a job,” March 26, 2018.

Kirsten McKenzie, “What I wish I’d known: Journal submissions,” May 4, 2018.

Social Media Advice Blogs

Unsure about the process of blogging or how to use social media? Read about the experiences of other historical bloggers.

Alana Piper, “Out of the tower and into the blogosphere: How and why you should be sharing your research online,” July 8, 2016.

Ana Stevenson, “How can historians best use Twitter?” July 20, 2016.


Check out updates from VIDA blog.

VIDA Launch: July 5, 2016,” July 3, 2016.

Ana Stevenson and Alana Piper, “Top 10 for 2016,” December 26, 2016.

Call for book reviewers: Australian women writers challenge,” January 9, 2017.

VIDA blog: Postgraduate Editorial Assistantship,” June 7, 2017.

Georgina Rychner and Marama Whyte, “Introducing our new assistant editors,” August 9, 2017.

Ana Stevenson and Alana Piper, “Top 10 for 2017,” December 23, 2017.

Australian Historical Association: Early Career Researchers Q&A Series

An interview series hosted by the Australian Historical Association’s network of Early Career Researchers, facilitated by Meggie Hutchinson and Carolyn Holbrook. VIDA blog reposts interviews with members of the Australian Women’s History Network or scholars whose work engages with women’s history and gender.

Q&A with Clare Wright: An AHA early career researchers series,” October 30, 2016.

Q&A with Libby Stewart: An AHA early career researchers series,” January 5, 2017.

Q&A with Christina Twomey: An AHA early career researchers series,” February 17, 2017.

Q&A with Ann McGrath: An AHA early career researchers series,” June 13, 2017.

Q&A with Lynette Russell: An AHA early career researchers series,” November 17, 2017.

Q&A with Joy Damousi: An AHA early career researchers series,” January 29, 2018.

Q&A with Melanie Oppenheimer: An AHA early career researchers series,” June 11, 2018.