Australia in the World, Travel and International Relations

Crozier-De Rosa, Sharon. “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.

Crozier-De Rosa, Sharon, and Vera Mackie. Remembering Women’s Activism.  Oxon: Routledge, 2018.

Crozier-De Rosa, Sharon. Shame and the Anti-Feminist Backlash: Britain, Ireland and Australia, 1890-1920.  London: Routledge, 2018.

Crozier-De Rosa, Sharon. “The National and the Transnational in British Anti-Suffragists’ Views of Australian Women Voters.” History Australia 10, no. 3 (2013): 51-64.

Edmonds, Sue. “On the Band Wagon.” Australia for Women: Travel and Culture, edited by Susan Hawthorne and Renate Klein, 158-162. Melbourne: Spinifex Press, 1994.

Harris, Amanda (2018) “Gender, Science and Imperial Drive: Margaret McArthur on Two Expeditions in the 1940s” in Expeditionary Anthropology: Teamwork, travel, and the ‘science of man’, Martin Thomas and Amanda Harris (eds). New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 290-311.

Harris, Amanda (2013) “Food, Feeding and Consumption (or the Cook, the Wife and the Nutritionist): The Politics of Gender and Class in a 1948 Australian Expedition”. History and Anthropology V24, (3): 363-379.

Keating, James. Distant sisters: Australasian women and the international struggle for the vote, 1880–1914. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020.

Keating, James.  ‘“Woman as Wife, Mother and Home-maker”: Equal Rights International and Australian Feminists’ Interwar Advocacy for Mothers’ Economic Rights,’ Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 47, no. 4 (2022): 957-85.

Pearce, Sharyn. “The Business of Myth-Making: Mary Poppins, PL Travers and the Disney Effect.” Queensland Review 22, no. 01 (2015): 62-74.

Rees, Anne. “‘Bursting with New Ideas’: Australian Women Professionals and American Study Tours, 1930–1960.” History Australia 13, no. 3 (2016): 382-98.

Rees, Anne. ““A Season in Hell”: Australian Women, Modernity, and the Hustle of New York, 1910–1960.” Pacific Historical Review 86, no. 4 (2017): 632-60

Rees, Anne. “Stepping through the Silver Screen: Australian Women Encounter America, 1930s–1950s.” Journeys: The International Journal of Travel and Travel Writing 17, no. 2 (2016): 49-73.

Speck, Catherine. “The ‘frontier’ speaks back: Two Australian artists working in Paris and London.” Portal 10, no. 2 (2013): 1-16.

Speck. Catherine. “A not so genteel pen: Grace Cossington Smith’s British-Australian cartoons.”  Projections of Britain, edited by L. Warner and H. Kerr, 36-51. Adelaide: Lythrum Press, 2008.

Stevenson, Ana, “‘Bloomers’ and the British World: Dress Reform in Nineteenth-Century Transatlantic and Antipodean Print Culture, 1851-1950” Cultural & Social History 14, no. 5 (2017): 621-646.

Stevenson, Ana. “Harriet Clisby’s ‘Sketches of Australia’: Travel Writing and Colonial Refigurations in Boston’s Woman’s Journal.” Women’s History Review 27, no. 5 (2018): 837-57.

Stevenson, Ana, “Imagining Women’s Suffrage: Frontier Landscapes and the Transnational Print Culture Networks of Australia, New Zealand, and the United States,” Pacific Historical Review 87, no. 4 (2018): 638-66.

Stratford, Elaine. “Gender, Place and Travel: The Case of Elsie Birks, South Australian Pioneer.” Journal of Australian Studies 24, no. 66 (January 1, 2000): 116–28.

Thomson, Alistair. Moving Stories: an intimate history of four women across two countries. Manchester and Sydney: Manchester University Press, University of New South Wales Press, 2011.

Trethewey, Lynne and Whitehead, Kay. “Beyond centre and periphery: Transnationalism in two teacher/suffragettes” work.” History of Education, 32, no. 5 (2003) 547-559.

Trethewey, Lynne and Whitehead, Kay. “The city as a site of women teachers” post-suffrage political activism: Adelaide, South Australia.” Paedagogica Historica 39, no. 1 (2003): 107-120.

Woollacott, Angela. “‘All this is the Empire, I told myself”: Australian Women’s Voyages ‘Home’ and the Articulation of Colonial Whiteness.” The American Historical Review 102, no. 4 (1997): 1003-1029.

Woollacott, Angela. “Australian Women in London: Surveying the Twentieth Century.” Australians in Britain: The Twentieth-Century Experience, edited by  Carl Bridge, Robert Crawford and David Dunstan, 03.1-03.12. Clayton, Vic.: Monash University ePress, 2009.

Woollacott, Angela. “Colonial Origins and Audience Collusion: The Merle Oberon Story in 1930s Australia.” Transnational Lives: Biographies of Global Modernity 1700-present, edited by Desley Deacon, Penny Russell and Angela Woollacott, 96-108. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.

Woollacott, Angela. “Colonialism: What Girlhoods Can Tell Us.” Colonial Girlhood in Literature, Culture and History, 1840-1950, edited by Kristine Moruzi and Michelle J. Smith, 15-29. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.

Woollacott, Angela. “Creating the White Colonial Woman: Mary Gaunt’s Imperial Adventuring and Australian Cultural History.” Cultural History in Australia, edited by Hsu-Ming Teo and Richard White, 186-200. Sydney: University of New South Wales Press, 2003.

Woollacott, Angela. “Inventing Commonwealth and Pan-Pacific Feminisms: Australian Women’s Internationalist Activism in the 1920s-30s.” Gender & History 10, no. 3 (1998): 425-448.

Woollacott, Angela. “London, New York and Hollywood: Three ‘Australians’ on the World Stage.” Impact of the Modern: Vernacular Modernities in Australia 1870s-1960s, edited by Robert Dixon and Veronica Kelly, 185-201. Sydney: Sydney University Press, 2008.

Woollacott, Angela. “Political Manhood, Nonwhite Labour and Settler Colonialism on the 1830s-1840s Australian Frontier.” Rethinking the Racial Moment: Essays on the Colonial Encounter, edited by Barbara Brookes and Alison Holland, 75-96. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011.

Woollacott, Angela. “Rose Quong Becomes Chinese: An Australian in London and New York.” Australian Historical Studies 129 (2007): 16-31.

Woollacott, Angela. “The Colonial Actress: Empire, Modernity and the Exotic in Twentieth-Century London.” Gender, Labour, War and Empire: Essays on Modern Britain, edited by Philippa Levine and Susan Grayzel, 72-89. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

Woollacott, Angela. “The Colonial Flaneuse: Australian Women Negotiating Turn-of-the-Century London.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 25, no. 3 (2000): 761-87.

Woollacott, Angela. “The Metropole as Antipodes: Australian Women in London and Constructing National Identity.” Imagined Londons, edited by Pamela Gilbert, 85-99. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2002.

Woollacott, Angela. “White Colonialism and Sexual Modernity: Australian Women in the Early 20th-Century Metropolis.” Gender, Sexuality and Colonial Modernities, edited by Antoinette Burton, 49-63. London: Routledge, 1999.

Woollacott, Angela. Gender and Empire. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.

Woollacott, Angela. Race and the Modern Exotic: Three ‘Australian’ Women on Global Display. Clayton, Vic.: Monash University Publishing, 2011.