Literature, Art and Film

Adamson, Natalie. “Flashes of Lightning: Australian Women Artists of the 1920s and 30s: A Positive Self-Portrait.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 6 (1989): 69-82.

Alysen, Barbara “Australian Women in Film.” An Australian Film Reader, edited by Albert Moran and Tom O’Regan, 302-313. Sydney: Currency Press, 1985.

Bird, Delys. Gender and Landscape: Australian Colonial Women Writers. London: Sir Robert Menzies Centre for Australian Studies, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London, 1989.

Blonski, Annette and Freda Freiberg. “Double Trouble: Women’s Films.” Australian Screen, edited by Albert Moran and Tom O’Regan, 191–215. Melbourne: Penguin, 1989.

Bode, Katherine. “Graphically Gendered: A Quantitative Study of the Relationships between Australian Novels and Gender from the 1830s to the 1930s.” Australian Feminist Studies23, no. 58 (December 1, 2008): 435–50.

Burke, Janine. Australian Women Artists 1840-1940. Collingwood: Greenhouse Publications, 1980.

Coleman, J. D. “The Disconcerting Double Bind: Anonymity and writing as a woman in the nineteenth century.” Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 7, no. 1 (2001).

Delamoir, Jeannette. “’It Pulsates with Dramatic Power’: White Slavery, Popular Culture and Modernity in Australia in 1913.” Journal of Australian Studies, no. 82 (2004): 25-36.

Giles, Fiona From the Verandah, Stories of Love and Landscape by Nineteenth Century Australian Women. Fitzroy: McPhee Gribble, 1987.

Jalland, Pat. “A Private and Secular Grief: Katharine Susannah Prichard Confronts Death and Bereavement.” History Australia 2, no. 2 (2005): 42-1-42-15.

Kamaralli, Anna. “Shakespeare and the Drover’s Wife: The Work of Women in the Australian Cultural Landscape.” Australian Studies 4 (2012).

Kelada, Odette. “‘As the Past Coils Like a Spring’: Bridging the History of Australian Women Writers with Contemporary Australian Women Writers’ Stories.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 15 (2006): 48-60.

Kinsey, Fiona. “Reading Photographic Portraits of Australian Women Cyclists in the 1890s: From Costume and Cycle Choices to Constructions of Feminine Identity.” International Journal of the History of Sport 28, no. 8-9 (2011): 1121-37.

Konishi, Shino. “The Four Fathers of Australia: Baz Luhrmann’s Depiction of Aboriginal History and Paternity in the Northern Territory.” History Australia 8, no. 1 (2011): 23-41.

Lee, Janet. “Marriage ‘among the Murkans’: Mile’s Franklin’s Marriage Problem Stories.” Australian Feminist Studies 26, no. 70 (2011): 469-83.

Lee, Janet. “Miles Franklin on American Manhood and White Slavery: The Case of ‘Red Cross Nurse’.” Australian Literary Studies 23, no. 1 (2007): 36-48.

Magarey, Susan. “Catherine Helen Spence – Novelist.” Southwords, edited by Philip Butterss. Adelaide: Wakefield Press, 1995.

Magarey, Susan. “Louisa Albury Lawson (1848-1920).” Dictionary of Literary Biography: Australian Literature 1788-1914. Columbia, South Carolina, USA: Bruccoli Clark Layman Inc, 2001.

May, J. “A challenging vision: the teacher-student relationship in The Heartbreak Kid.” Journal of Australian Studies 33, no. 4 (2009): 405- 415.

May, J. “A Field of Desire: Visions of Education in selected Australian silent Films.” Paedagogica Historica 46, no.5 (2010): 623-637.

May, J. “A Pocket of Empowerment? Women’s Memories of Selective Schooling in Newcastle 1930s – 1950s.” Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies 1, no. 1 (1996): 11-21.

May, J. “Imagining the Secondary School: the “pictorial turn” and representations of secondary schools in two Australian feature films of the 1970s.” History of Education Review 35, no.1 (2006): 1-10.  [Picnic at Hanging Rock and The Getting of Wisdom]

May, J. “Insistent bodies versus the Rule: the representation of male sexualities and gender identities in The Devil’s Playground.” Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies 10, no.1 (2006): 107-123.

May, J. “Puberty Blues and the Representation of an Australian Comprehensive High School.” History of Education Review 37, no.2 (2008): 61-67.

May, J. “Secrets and lies and sex education: gendered memories of childhood’s end in Newcastle, NSW, 1930s-1950s.” Sex Education 6, no.1 (2006): 1-15.

May, J. R. “Gender and hyper-linear history in the representation of the female Australian primary school teacher in Marion (ABCTV, 1974).” History of Education (UK) 47, no. 2 (2018): 209-224.

May, J. Reel Schools: Schooling and the Nation in Australian Cinema. Bern Switzerland: Peter Lang, 2013.

McBride, Margaret. Changing the Art Culture of Newcastle: The contribution of the Low Show Group of artists. PhD dissertation for University of Newcastle, 2010.

McKinnon Scott. Gay Men at the Movies: Cinema, memory and the history of a gay male community.Intellect Books: 2016.

McKinnon, Scott, Reynolds, Robert & Robinson, Shirleene. “Negotiating difference across time: the temporal meanings of Mardi Gras in lesbian and gay life narratives.” Journal of Australian Studies. 42, no. 3 (2018): 314-327.

McKinnon, Scott. “Watching Men Kissing Men: The Australian reception of the gay male kiss on-screen.”Journal of the History of Sexuality 24, no. 2 (2015): 262-287.

McKinnon, Scott. “The Activist Cinema-goer: Gay liberation at the movies.” History Australia 10, no. 1 (2013): 125–143.

McKinnon, Scott. “How to be a Man: Masculinity in Australian teen culture and American teen movies.”MIA: Media International Australia. 131 (2009): 127–135.

Mirmohamadi, Kylie. “Melbourne’s Sites of Reading: Putting the Colonial Woman Reader in Her Place.” History Australia 6, no. 2 (2009): 38.1-38.18.

O’Connell, Kylie. “‘A Dying Race’: The History and Fiction of Elizabeth Durack.” Journal of Australian Studies 25, no. 67 (January 1, 2001): 44–54.

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

Roe, Jill. Stella Miles Franklin: A Biography. Sydney: Fourth Estate, 2008.

Sheridan, Susan. “Louisa Lawson, Miles Franklin and Feminist Writing, 1888–1901.” Australian Feminist Studies 3, no. 7-8 (1988): 29-47.

Silverstein, Jordana. Anxious Histories: Narrating the Holocaust in Jewish Communities at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century. New York: Berghahn Books, 2015.

Speck, Catherine. “Facing Death: The Paintings of Australian War Artist Stella Bowen.” Working Memory: Women and Work in World War II, edited by in M. Kadar and M. J. Perreault, 213-232. Waterloo ON, Canada: Sir Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2015.

Speck, Catherine. “Picturing War’s Affects on the Home-front during the First World War.” Constructing the Memory of War in Visual Culture since 1914: The Eye on War, edited by A. Murray, 28-38. New York: Routledge, 2018.

Speck, Catherine. “The Australian War Museum, women artists and the national memory of the First World War.”  When the Soldiers Return, edited by Martin Crotty, 277-290. Melbourne: RMIT Informit, 2009.

Speck, Catherine. “Women artists and the representation of the First World War.” Journal of Australian Studies 23, no. 60 (1999): 27-39.

Speck, Catherine. “Women Teachers at the South Australian School of Art.” Australian Art Education 20, no. 3 (1997): 33-46.

Speck, Catherine. Beyond the Battlefield: Women Artists in the Two World Wars, London: Reaktion, 2014.

Speck, Catherine. Painting Ghosts: Australian Women Artists in Wartime. St Leonards, NSW: Craftsman House, 2004.

Spender, Dale. Writing a New World: Two Centuries of Australian Women Writers. London: Pandora, 1988.

Stevenson, Ana, “Harriet Clisby’s ‘Sketches of Australia’: Travel Writing and Colonial Refigurations in Boston’s Woman’s Journal.” Women’s History Review (forthcoming 2018).

Teo, Hsu-Ming. “‘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.

Tomsic, Mary. “Letters, Films and Friends: Women’s Involvement in the Victorian Film Society Movement.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 13 (2004): 80-92.

Tomsic, Mary. “Women’s Memories of Cinema-Going: More Than ‘the Only Thing Left to Do’ in Victoria’s Western District.” History Australia 2, no. 1 (2005): 6.1-6.12.

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

Twomey, Christina. “Revisiting a Town Like Alice.” Australian Feminist Studies 21, no. 49 (2006): 85-102.