Femininity and Feminism

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Agutter, Karen and Rachel A. Ankeny, “Food and the challenge to identity for post-war refugee women in Australia.” The History of the Family 22, no. 4 (2017): 531-553.

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Baird, Julia. Media Tarts: How the Australian Press Frames Female Politicians.  Melbourne: Scribe Publications, 2004.

Barrett Meyering, Isobelle. “Germaine Greer’s ‘Arch Enemy’: Arianna Stassinopoulos’ 1974 Australian Tour.” Australian Feminist Studies 31, no. 87 (2016): 43-61.

Bellanta, Melissa. “Feminism, Mateship and Brotherhood in 1890s Adelaide.” History Australia 5, no. 1 (2008): 07.1-07.14.

Bielski, Joan. “Australian Feminism 2004: Gains, Losses, Countervailing Forces, Some Failures and Sobering Thoughts.” Social Alternatives 24, no. 2 (2005): 6-10.

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Brookes, Barbara. A History of Women in New Zealand. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books, 2016.

Bulbeck, Chilla. “‘His and Hers Australias’: National Genders.” Journal of Australian Studies 20, no. 47 (January 1, 1996): 43–56.

Bulbeck, Chilla. “Explaining the Generation Debate: Envy, History or Feminism’s Victories?”. Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 15 (2006): 35-47.

Bulbeck, Chilla. “Feminism by Any Other Name?: skirting the generation debate, ‘Letters to the next generation’.” Outskirts 8 (2001).

Bulbeck, Chilla. “Histories of the Australian Women’s Movement as Represented in Feminist Journals.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 10 (2001): 18-40.

Bulbeck, Chilla. Living Feminism: The Impact of the Women’s Movement on Three Generations of Australian Women. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997.

Caine, Barbara,  Moira Gatens, Emma Grahame, Jan Larbalestier, Sophie Watson, Elizabeth Webby (eds) Australian Feminism: A Companion (Oxford University Press) Melbourne, 1998.

Campo, Natasha. “‘Childless but Not by Choice’ or ’24-Hour Women Having It All’? Remembering Australian Feminism.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 13 (2004): 106-16.

Campo, Natasha. “‘Having It All’ or ‘had Enough’’? Blaming Feminism in the Age and the Sydney Morning Herald, 1980–2004.’” Journal of Australian Studies 28, no. 84 (January 1, 2005): 63–72.

Campo, Natasha. “‘Having It All’or ‘Had Enough’? Blaming Feminism in the Age and the Sydney Morning Herald, 1980–2004.” Journal of Australian Studies 28, no. 84 (2005): 63-72.

Campo, Natasha. Having it All? Remembering Feminism 1980-2005. Ph.D. diss., La Trobe University, 2007.

Carey, Jane. “Utopian Visions of Evolution and Race in Feminist Fiction and Activism: Some Preliminary Reflections on Catherine Spence, Henrietta Dugdale and Other Late Nineteenth-Century Australian Writers.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 17/18 (2012): 68-88.

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Coleman, J. D. Polly Plum, a firm and earnest woman’s advocate: Mary Ann Colclough, 1836-1885. Dunedin, New Zealand: Otago University Press, 2017.

Coney, Sandra. Standing in the Sunshine: A History of New Zealand Women Since They Won the Vote. Auckland: Viking, 1993.

Conway, Jude. “The Battle for Custodianship of International Women’s Day in Newcastle, New South Wales.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 23 (2017): 46-61.

Cooper, Nola. The Sydney Women’s Liberation Movement 1970 – 1975: Journey through some of the highlights of the Sydney Women’s Liberation Movement as recalled by Nola Cooper. 2000c. http://www.whnsw.asn.au/PDFs/The_Sydney_Womens_Liberation_Movement_1970-1975.pdf

Curthoys, Ann. “Australian Feminism since 1970.” Australian Women: Contemporary Feminist Thought, edited by Norma Grieve & Patricia Grimshaw, 14-28. OUP Melbourne, 1994.

Curthoys, Ann. “Doing it for Themselves: The Women’s Movement Since 1970.” Gender Relations in Australia: Domination and Negotiation, edited by Kay Saunders and Raymond Evans, 425- 447.Sydney: Harcourt, Brace Jovanovich, 1992.

Curthoys, Ann. “Editorial: the world upside down: feminism in the antipodes.” Feminist Review 52 (1996): v-xi.

Curthoys, Ann. “Feminist scholarship inside and outside the nation.” Feminist Review 95 (2010): 127–131.

Curthoys, Ann. For and Against Feminism: A Personal Journey into Feminist Theory and History. Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 1988.

Dalley, Bronwyn. “‘Fresh Attractions’: White Slavery and Feminism in New Zealand, 1885-1918.” Women’s History Review 9, no. 3 (2000): 585-606.

Dixson, Miriam. The Real Matilda: Woman and Identity in Australia 1788 to the Present. Melbourne: Penguin Books, 1976.

Dowse, Sara and Pat Giles. “Australia: Women in a warrior society.” Sisterhood is Global, edited by Robin Morgan. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1985.

Dowse, Sara. “The women’s movement fandango with the state: The movement’s role in public policy since 1972.” Women, Social Welfare and the State in Australia, edited by Cora Baldcock and Bettina Cass, 201- 222. Sydney: George Allen & Unwin, 1983.

Du Plessis, R with Bunkle, P; Irwin, K; Laurie, A; and Middleton, S. (Eds.). Feminist voices: Women’s studies texts for Aotearoa/ New Zealand. Auckland: Oxford, 1992.

Dux, Monica and Zora Simic. The Great Feminist Denial. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 2008.

Eisenstein, Hester. Gender shock: Practising feminism on two continents. North Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1991.

Eldershaw, Flora (ed). The Peaceful Army: A memorial to the Pioneer Women of Australia 1788-1938, Sydney: Women’s Executive Committee and Advisory Council of Australia’s 150th Anniversary Celebrations, 1938.

Ellinghaus, Katherine. Taking Assimilation to Heart: Marriages of White Women and Indigenous Men in the United States and Australia, 1887-1937. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2009.

Faust, Beatrice. Backlash? Balderash!: Where Feminism is Going Right. Sydney: UNSW Press 1994.

Fela, Geraldine. “A Different Adela: The Forgotten Radical?”. Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 23 (2017): 80-90.

Fisher, Catherine. “Broadcasting the Woman Citizen: Dame Enid Lyons’ Macquarie Network Talks.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 23 (2017): 34-46.

Genovese, Ann.  “A Radical Prequel: Historicising the Concept of Gendered Law in Australia.” Sex Discrimination in Uncertain Times, edited by Margaret Thornton. Canberra: ANU Epress, 2010.

Genovese, Ann. “Family Histories: John Hirst v Feminism, in the Family Court of Australia.” Australian feminist studies 21 no. 50 (2006): 175-196.

Genovese, Ann. “Introduction: worlds turned upside down.” Feminist Review 95 (2010): 69-74.

Genovese, Ann. “Madonna and/or whore: feminism(s) and public sphere(s).” Romancing the tomes: popular culture, law and feminism, edited by Margaret Thornton, 147-164.Oxford: Cavendish Publishing, 2002.

Grahame, Emma and Janette Joy Prichard. Australian Feminist Organisations 1970-1985: A Research Guide from Feminist Publications. Sydney: The University of Sydney Women’s Studies Centre, 1996.

Grieve, Norma and Ailsa Burns, eds. Australian Women: New Feminist Perspectives. Melbourne: OUP, 1986.

Grieve, Norma and Patricia Grimshaw, eds. Australian Women: Contemporary Feminist Thought. Melbourne: OUP 1994.

Grieve, Norma and Patricia Grimshaw, eds. Australian Women: Feminist Perspectives. Melbourne: OUP 1981.

Grimshaw, Patricia, Marilyn Lake, Ann McGrath, and Marian Quartly. Creating a Nation.  Ringwood, Victoria: McPhee Gribble, 1994.

Grimshaw, Patricia. “Was Biology Destiny? Historical Demography and White Colonial Women.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 7 (1991): 71-85.

Hancock, Janette. “‘Me, Myself, and Others’: A New Look at Catherine Helen Spence.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 12 (2003): 35-49.

Henderson, Margaret, and Alison Bartlett. Things That Liberate: An Australian Feminist Wunderkammer.  Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014.

Henderson, Margaret. “Wonders Taken for Signs: The Cultural Activism of the Australian Women’s Movement as Avant-Garde Reformation.” Lilith no. 17/18 (2012): 107-120.

Henderson, Margaret. Marking Feminist Times: Remembering the longest revolution in Australia. Bern: Peter Lang AG, 2006.

Holton, Sandra Stanley. “Feminism, History and Movements of the Soul: Christian Science in the Life of Alice Clark (1874–1934).” Australian Feminist Studies 13, no. 28 (1998): 281-94.

Johnson, Pauline. Feminism as Radical Humanism, Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1994.

Jones, Helen. In Her Own Name: Women in South Australian History. Adelaide: Wakefield Press, 1986.

Kaplan, Gisela. “Women in Europe and Australia: feminisms in parallel?” Australian Women: Contemporary Feminist Thought, edited by Norma Grieve & Patricia Grimshaw, 40-52. Melbourne: OUP, 1994.

Kaplan, Gisela. The Meagre Harvest: The Australian Women’s Movement 1950s–1990s. Sydney:  Allen & Unwin, 1996.

Kevin, Catherine. “‘I did not lose my baby… My baby just died’: Twenty-First Century Discourses of Miscarriage in Political and Historical Context,” South Atlantic Quarterly 110, no. 4 (2011): 849-865.

Kevin, Catherine. “Maternal Responsibility and Traceable Loss: Medicine and Miscarriage in Twentieth-Century Australia,” Women’s History Review 26, no. 6 (2017): 840-856.

Kevin, Catherine. “Maternity and freedom: Australian feminist encounters with the reproductive body.” Australian Feminist Studies 20, no. 46 (2005): 3-15.

Kevin, Catherine. “Solving the problem of the motherless indigenous child in Jedda and Australia: white maternal desire in the Australian epic before and after ‘Bringing Them Home’, Studies in Australasian Cinema 4, no. 2 (2010): 145-157.

Kevin, Catherine. “Subjects for citizenship: pregnancy and the Australian nation, 1945-2000.” Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies 12, no. 1-2 (2006): 131-142.

Lake, Marilyn. “Feminism and the Gendered Politics of Antiracism, Australia 1927–1957: From Maternal Protectionism to Leftist Assimilationism.” Australian Historical Studies 29, no. 110 (1998): 91-108

Lake, Marilyn. “Sexuality and Feminism: Some Notes on Their Australian History.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 7 (1991): 29-45.

Lake, Marilyn. Getting Equal: The History of Australian Feminism. St Leonards, N.S.W.: Allen & Unwin, 1999.

Lawson, Olive, ed. The First Voice of Australian Feminism: Excerpts from Louisa Lawson’s the Dawn 1888-1895. Brookvale: Simon & Schuster in association with New Endeavour Press, 1990.

Lilburn, Sandra, Susan Magarey, and Susan Sheridan. “Celebrity Feminism as Synthesis: Germaine Greer, the Female Eunuch and the Australian Print Media.” Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 14, no. 3 (2000): 335-48.

Lonsdale, Michele. Liberating Women: The Changing Lives of Australian Women since the 1950s. Cambridge; Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1997.

Maddison, Sarah and Marian Sawer (eds). The Women’s Movement in Protest, Institutions and the Internet: Australia in transnational perspective. New York: Routledge, 2013.

Magarey, Susan, Susan Sheridan, and Sue Rowley. Debutante Nation: Feminism Contests the 1890s. St. Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin, 1993.

Magarey, Susan. “History, Cultural Studies, and Another Look at First‐wave Feminism in Australia.” Australian Historical Studies27, no. 106 (April 1, 1996): 96–110.

Magarey, Susan. “History, Cultural Studies, and Another Look at First‐wave Feminism in Australia.” Australian Historical Studies27, no. 106 (1996): 96–110.

Magarey, Susan. “Memory and Desire: Feminists Re-Membering Feminism.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 14 (2005): 1-13.

Magarey, Susan. ‘Women’s Liberation was a Movement, Not an Organisation’, Australian Feminist Studies 29, no.82 (2014).

Magarey, Susan. “‘The Colour of Your Moustache’ Or Have Feminists Always Been Humourless?” Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature 2 (2003).

Magarey, Susan. “Feminism as Cultural Renaissance.” Hecate: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Women’s Liberation 30, no.1 (2004).

Magarey, Susan. “When it Changed: The beginnings of women’s liberation in Australia.” Turning Points in Australian History, edited by Martin Crotty and David Andrew Roberts. Sydney: UNSW Press, 2009.

Magarey, Susan. Dangerous Ideas: Women’s Liberation – Women’s Studies – Around the World. Adelaide: University of Adelaide Press, 2014.

Matthews, Jill Julius. Good and Mad Women: The Historical Construction of Femininity in Twentieth-Century Australia.  Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1984.

McPherson, Bernice. “A Colonial Feminine Ideal: Femininity and Representation.” Journal of Australian Studies 18, no. 42 (September 1, 1994): 5–17.

Millar, Carly. “The Making of a Feminist: Bessie Rischbieth Encounters the English Suffragettes.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 12 (2003): 78

Moreton-Robinson, Aileen. Talkin’ up to the White Woman: Aboriginal Women and Feminism. Univ. of Queensland Press, 2000.

Moreton-Robinson, Aileen. “Troubling Business: Difference and Whiteness within Feminism.” Australian Feminist Studies 15, no. 33 (2000): 343-352.

Nolan, Melanie, and Caroline Daley, eds. Suffrage and Beyond: International Feminist Perspectives Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1994.

Poland, Louise. “Printing Presses and Protest Banners: Feminist Presses in Australia.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 10 (2001): 121-36

Rosa, Sharon Crozier-De. “Citizen of Australia…Citizen of the World: An Australian New Woman’s Feminist and Nationalist Vision.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 17/18 (2012): 22-40.

Russell, Lynette. “‘Dirty Domestics and Worse Cooks’: Aboriginal Women’s Agency and Domestic Frontiers, Southern Australia 1800–1850.” Frontiers: an Interdisciplinary Journal of Women’s Studies 28, no. 1/2 (2007): 18-47 .

Russell, Lynette. “Public Records Private Life: The Story of One Aboriginal Woman and Her Journey From Non-Citizen To Citizen.” Australian Women in University’s ejournal, 2003.

Ryan, Lyndall. “Mother and daughter feminists, 1969–1973. Or why didn’t Edna Ryan join women’s liberation?” Australian Feminist Studies 19, no. 43 (2004): 75-85.

Saunders, Kay. “Feminist Issues in Queensland in the 1890s.” In Brisbane Corridors of Power, edited by Barry Shaw, 125-32. Brisbane: Brisbane History Group, 1997.

Scutt, Jocelynne (ed.) Growing up Feminist. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1985.

Scutt, Jocelynne (ed) Different Lives, Melbourne: Penguin 1987.

Scutt, Jocelynne. “Legislating for the right to be equal: women, the law and social policy.” Women, Social Welfare and the State in Australia, edited by Cora Baldcock and Bettina Cass, 223-245. Sydney: George Allen & Unwin, 1983.

Scutt, Jocelynne. The Incredible Woman: Power & Sexual Politics Vol 1, Melbourne: Artemis Publishing, 1997.

Sear, Martha. “Femininity That Calmed the Crowds: Lady Carrington at the Queen’s Jubilee Celebrations Sydney 1887.” Journal of Australian Studies 21, no. 52 (January 1, 1997): 10–19.

Shannon, Elizabeth. The Influence of Feminism on Public Policy: Abortion and Equal Pay in Australia and The Republic of Ireland. Ph.D. diss., University of Tasmania, 1997. http://eprints.utas.edu.au/2038/3/02whole.pdf

Sheehan, Rebecca J. “‘If We Had More like Her We Would No Longer Be the Unheard Majority’: Germaine Greer’s Reception in the United States.” Australian Feminist Studies 31, no. 87 (January 2, 2016): 62–77.

Sheehan, Rebecca. “Intersectional feminist friendship: Restoring colour to the second-wave through the letters of Florynce Kennedy and Germaine Greer.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal 25 (2019): 76-92.

Sherlock, Peter. “Australian Women Priests?: Anglicans, Feminists and the Newspapers.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 10 (2001): 137.

Simic, Zora. “‘door bitches of club feminism’?: academia and feminist competency.” Feminist Review 95 (2010): 75-91.

Simic, Zora. “A Hall of Selective Mirrors: Feminism and the Work of History.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 10 (2001): 1-17.

Smart, Judith “Feminists, Labour Women and Venereal Disease in Early Twentieth-Century Melbourne.” Australian Feminist Studies 7, no. 15 (1992): 25 – 40.

Smart, Judith. “Feminists, Flappers and Miss Australia: Contesting the Meanings of Citizenship, Femininity and Nation in the 1920s.” Journal of Australian Studies 25, no. 71 (January 1, 2001): 1–15.

Spearritt, Katie. “New Dawns: First Wave Feminism 1880-1914.” Gender Relations in Australia: Domination and Negotiation, edited by Kay Saunders and Raymond Evans. Sydney: Harcourt Brace Janovich, 1992.

Spongberg, Mary. “Prostitution and Pornography: The Debate between Radical and Libertarian Feminists.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 7 (1991): 46-70.

Stevenson, Ana. “‘Bloomers’ and the British World: Dress Reform in Transatlantic and Antipodean Print Culture, 1851–1950.” Cultural & Social History 14, no. 5 (2017): 621-46.

Stevenson, Ana. “Making Gender Divisive: ‘Post-Feminism,’ Sexism and Media Representations of Julia Gillard.” Burgmann Journal: Research, Debate, Opinion, no. II (2013): 53-66

Summers, Anne. “Feminism on Two Continents: The Women’s Movement in Australia and the United States.” Australian Women: Contemporary Feminist Thought, edited by Norma Grieve and Patricia Grimshaw, 53–58. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1994.

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Sunderland, Jane. “Australian Feminist Periodicals in the Seventies.” Hecate 5, no. 2 (1979): 22-30.

Thornton, Margaret. “Feminism and the Changing State: The Case of Sex Discrimination.” Australian Feminist Studies 21, no. 50 (2006): 151-172.

Tomsic, Mary. Beyond the Silver Screen: A History of Women, Filmmaking and Film Culture in Australia 1920-1990. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 2017.

Walker, Miranda. “‘A League of Friendship and Understanding’: The Friendship Networks of Australian and British First Wave Feminist.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 13 (2004): 93-105.

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West, Susan. William Charles Windeyer (1834-97): Creation, Career and Import of an Early Feminist. BA Hons Thesis, University of Newcastle NSW, 1993.