Migration and Ethnicity

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.

Andrews, Susan. “Olga’s Blanket: Trauma, Memory and Witnessing Women in the Sydney Jewish Museum.” Australian Feminist Studies 26, no. 69 (September 1, 2011): 281–96.

Arena, Franca. ‘No More Crumbs.” Different Lives, Jocelynne Scutt (ed.), 54-65. Melbourne: Penguin, 1987.

Bagnall, Kate. “‘I Am Nearly Heartbroken About Him’: Stories of Australian Mothers’ Separation from Their ‘Chinese’ Children.” History Australia 1, no. 1 (2003): 30-40.

Balint, Ruth. “Alexander and Anastayzia: the separation and search for family among Europe’s displaced.” The History of the Family 22, no. 4 (2017): 432-445.

Bellanta, Melissa. “Leary Kin: Australian Larrikins and the Blackface Minstrel Dandy.” Journal of Social History 42, no. 3 (Spring 2009): 677-95.

Boero, Patricia. “The Double Burden: A Woman and a Wog.” Different Lives, Jocelynne Scutt (ed.), 54-65. Melbourne: Penguin, 1987.

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.

Cassells, Kyla. “Sex, Scandal, and Speculation: White Women, Race and Sexual Desire in the Colored Idea Scandal, 1928.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 19 (2013): 4-17.

Chesser, Lucy. “‘Woman in a Suit of Male: Sexuality, Race and the Woman Worker in Male ‘Disguise’, 1890–1920.’” Australian Feminist Studies23, no. 56 (June 1, 2008): 175–94.

Choi, Hyaeweol. “Claiming Their Own Space: Australian Women Missionaries in Korea, 1891–1900.” Australian Historical Studies48, no. 3 (July 3, 2017): 416–32.

Coleman, J. D. “Relocating lives in the ‘Britain of the South’: The influence of emigrant advice manuals on the public writings of nineteenth-century female emigrants.” Life Writing, 14, no. 4 (2017): 531-539.

Connellan, Kathleen. “Women, Water, and Whiteness.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 16 (2007): 110-19.

Couchman, Sophie. “‘Oh I Would Like to See Maggie Moore Again!’: Selected Women of Melbourne’s Chinatown.” In After the Rush: Regulation, Participation and Chinese Communities in Australia 1860-1940, edited by John Fitzgerald and Paul Macgregor Sophie Couchman, 171-90. Kingsbury: Otherland Literary Journal, 2004.

Damousi, Joy. “Building ‘healthy happy family units’: Aileen Fitzpatrick and reuniting children separated by the Greek Civil War with their families in Australia, 1949-1954.” The History of the Family 22, no. 4 (2017): 466-484.

Featherstone, Lisa. “Imagining the Black Body: Race, Gender and Gynaecology in Late Colonial Australia.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 15 (2006): 86-96.

Gothard, Jan. Blue China: Single Female Migration to Colonial Australia.  Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 2001.

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

Hall, Dianne. “’Now Him White Man’: Images of the Irish in Colonial Australia.” History Australia 11, no. 2 (2014): 167-95.

Haskins, Victoria, Claire Lowrie & Swapna Banerjee. Ayahs and Amahs: Transcolonial Servants in Australia and New Zealand (website/blog). https://ayahsandamahs.com/

Haskins, Victoria. “‘Fear the Bitch Who Sheds No Tears’: The Cultural Depiction of the White Female Scapegoat in Australian Historical Drama.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 12 (2003): 50-64.

Herraman, Eric Richards and Ann. “‘If She Was to Be Hard up She Would Sooner Be Hard up in a Strange Land Than Where She Would Be Known’: Irish Women in Colonial South Australia.” In Irish Women in Colonial Australia, edited by Trevor McClaughlin, 82-104. St Leonards: Allen & Unwin, 1998.

Howe, Renate. “The Australian Student Christian Movement and Women’s Activism in the Asia-Pacific Region, 1890s–1920s.” Australian Feminist Studies16, no. 36 (November 1, 2001): 311–23.

Itoh, Mayuko. “Japanese Migrant Women’s Transnational Gendered Identity Politics in International Marriages in Australia.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 20 (2014): 48-61.

Jennings, Rebecca. “‘It Was a Hot Climate and It Was a Hot Time: Lesbian Migration and Transnational Networks in the Mid-twentieth Century.’” Australian Feminist Studies 25, no. 63 (March 1, 2010): 31–45.

Jones, Jennifer. “Voluntary Organisations and the Assimilation of Non-British Migrant Women in Rural Australia: The Efforts of the Country Women’s Association of New South Wales 1952–66.” Australian Historical Studies 48, no. 3 (July 3, 2017): 381–98.

Jordens, Ann‐Mari. “Migrant Supporting Mothers and the State 1948–54.” Journal of Australian Studies 17, no. 37 (June 1, 1993): 47–57.

Katsabanis, Maria, and Adele Murdolo. “The World According to Effie.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 8 (1993): 71-81.

Kevin, Catherine and Karen Agutter. “The ‘unwanteds’ and ‘non-compliants’: ‘unsupported mothers’ as ‘failures’ and agents in Australia’s migrant Holding Centres.” The History of the Family 22, no. 4 (2017): 554-574.

Khatun, Samia. “The Book of Marriage: Histories of Muslim Women in Twentieth-Century Australia.” Gender and History 29, no. 1 (April 2017): 8-30.

Kunek, Srebrenka. “Brides, Wives, and Single Women: Gender and Immigration.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 8 (1993): 82-113.

Laing, Kate. “‘The White Australia Nettle’: Women’s Internationalism, Peace, and the White Australia Policy in the Interwar Years.” History Australia 14, no. 2 (2017): 218-36.

Langfield, Michele “’A Chance to Bloom’: Female Migration and Salvationists in Australia and Canada, 1890s to 1939.” Australian Feminist Studies 17, no. 39 (2002): 287-303.

Langfield, Michele. “‘A Chance to Bloom’: Female Migration and Salvationists in Australia and Canada, 1890s to 1939.” Australian Feminist Studies 17, no. 39 (November 1, 2002): 287–303.

Langfield, Michèle. “Gender Blind? Australian Immigration Policy and Practice, 1901‐1930.” Journal of Australian Studies 27, no. 79 (January 1, 2003): 143–52.

Lorenzo, Gioconda Di. “Sott’acqua E Sotto Viento: Aspects of Gender and Ethnic Intervention in the Stories of the San Lupese People in Italy and Australia.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 11 (2002): 23-38.

Lowrie, Claire. “White ‘Men’ and Their Chinese ‘Boys’: Sexuality, Masculinity and Colonial Power in Singapore and Darwin, 1880s-1930s.” History Australia 10, no. 1 (2013): 35-57.

Marginson, Melba. “Filipina Migration and Organisation in Australia: An Historical and Political Perspective.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 7 (1991): 11-24.

Mason, Robert. “Remembering the Family Home: Emotions, Belonging, and Migrant Men in Multicultural Australia.” Journal of Australian Studies 37, no. 3 (2013): 378-89.

Mason, Robert. “Remembering the Family Home: Emotions, Belonging, and Migrant Men in Multicultural Australia.” Journal of Australian Studies 37, no. 3 (September 1, 2013): 378–89.

McClaughlin, Trevor. “‘I Was Nowhere Else’: Casualities of Colonisation in Eastern Australia in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century.” In Irish Women in Colonial Australia, edited by Trevor McClaughlin, 142-62. St Leonards: Allen & Unwin, 1998.

Moore, Clive. “A Precious Few: Melanesian and Asian Women in Northern Australia.” In Gender Relations in Australia: Domination and Negotiation, edited by Kay Saunders and Raymond Evans, 59-81. Marrickville: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Group, 1992.

Morris, John. “The Japanese and the Aborigines: An Overview of the Efforts to Stop the Prostitution of Coastal and Island Women.” Journal of Northern Territory History, no. 21 (2010): 15-36.

Murphy, Kate. “‘The Emotional, the Weak, the Wayward, the Innocent, the Unsophisticated and the Misplaced Girl’: The Travellers’ Aid Society of Victoria and the Country Girl in the 1920s.” Journal of Australian Studies 34, no. 4 (December 1, 2010): 447–57.

Pallotta-Chiarolli, Maria. “Landscapes of Conflict, Violence and Integration: Health Services and Second-Generation Women of Non-English Speaking Backgrounds.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 9 (1996): 78-95.

Pennay, Bruce. “Remembering Benalla migrant camp.” The History of the Family 22, no. 4 (2017): 575-596.

Reid, Richard. “Dora Macdonagh and Her ‘Sisters’: Irish Female Assisted Immigration to New South Wales, 1840-1870.” In Irish Women in Colonial Australia, edited by Trevor McClaughlin, 64-81. St Leonards: Allen & Unwin, 1998.

Robb, Sandi. “Myths, Lies, and Invisible Lies: European Women and Chinese Men in North Queensland 1870-1900.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 12 (2003): 95-109.

Rushen, Elizabeth A. Single & Free: Female Migration to Australia, 1833-1837. 3rd ed. Kew, Victoria: Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2003.

Rushen, Elizabeth, and Perry McIntyre. Fair Game: Australia’s First Immigrant Women. Spit Junction, NSW: Anchor Books Australia, 2010.

Rutland, Suzanne. “Perspectives from the Australian Jewish Community.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 11 (2002): 87-101.

Ryan, Jan. “‘She Lives with a Chinaman’: Orient-Ing ‘White’ Women in the Courts of Law.” Journal of Australian Studies, no. 60 (1999): 149-59.

Silverstein, Jordana. “‘I am responsible’: Histories of the Intersection of the Guardianship of Unaccompanied Child Refugees and the Australian Border.” Cultural Studies Review 22, no. 2 (September 2016): 65-89.

Silverstein, Jordana. “‘The beneficent and legal godfather’: a history of the guardianship of unaccompanied immigrant and refugee children in Australia, 1946-1975.” The History of the Family 22, no. 4 (2017): 446-465.

Sissons, D. C. S. “Karayuki-San: Japanese Prostitutes in Australia, 1887-1916, I.” Historical Studies 17, no. 68 (1977): 323-41.

Sissons, D. C. S. “Karayuki-San: Japanese Prostitutes in Australia, 1887-1916, Ii.” Historical Studies 17, no. 69 (1977): 474-88.

Stankovska, Malina, and Pandora Petrovska. “The Violence of Racism and the Implications for Minority Women.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 9 (1996): 104-21.

Steel, Frances. Oceania Under Steam: sea transport and the cultures of colonialism, c. 1870–1914 (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2011), Chapter 5: ‘Guardians and Troublemakers: confining women at sea’.

Stroja, Jessica. “Settlement of refugee women and children following the Second World War: challenges to the family.” The History of the Family 22, no. 4 (2017): 510-530.

Szörényi, Anna. “‘Two Dreams in One Bedroom’: Narrating Victimhood and Perpetration in Australian Refugee History.” Australian Feminist Studies 27, no. 73 (2012): 297-306.

Tavan, Gwenda. “‘Poor Little Nancy’: The Nancy Prasad Case and the Commonwealth Immigration Department.” Australian Historical Studies44, no. 2 (June 1, 2013): 227–44.

Thomson, Alistair. “I’m Not a Good Mother: Gender Expectations and Tensions in a Migrant Woman’s Life Story.” (eds), Looking Out: Australian Lives in the World, edited by Desley Deacon Penny Russell and Angela Woollacott, 149-164. Canberra: Australian National University e-Press, 2008.

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.

Tomsic, Mary. “‘Happiness again’: photographing and narrating the arrival of Hungarian child refugees and their families 1956-1957.” The History of the Family 22, no. 4 (2017): 485-509.

Tsolidis, Georgina. “Theorizing Ethnicity in Australian Feminism.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 8 (1993): 32-40.

Turner-Graham, Emily. “‘The German Woman Has the Inner Energy to Work for Germanness’: Race, Gender and National Socialism in Interwar Australia.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 15 (2006): 97-116.

Twomey, Christina. “‘A Novel Form of War Memorial’: The Aif Malaya Nursing Scholarship and Australia-Asia Relations.” History Australia 14, no. 2 (2017): 250-65.

Twomey, Christina. “Captivity, Human Rights and World War Ii: Japanese Captors and the Military Sexual Slavery of Western Women.” In Citizenship, Social Justice and Human Rights: International Historical Perspectives, edited by Joy Damousi and Kat Ellinghaus, 371-81. Carlton: University of Melbourne, 1999.

Twomey, Christina. “Double Displacement: Western Women Return from Japanese Internment in World War Ii.” Gender & Hislory 21, no. 3 (2009): 670-84.

Twomey, Christina. “Emaciation or Emasculation: Photographic Images, White Masculinity and Captivity by the Japanese.” Journal of Men’s Studies 15, no. 3 (2007): 295-310.

Twomey, Christina. “Problems in Paradise: Race, Gender and Historical ‘Truth’ in Paradise Road.” Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies 10, no. 1 (2006): 30-52.

Twomey, Christina. “Retaining Integrity? Sex, Race and Gender in Narratives of Western Women Detained by the Japanese in World War Ii.” In Prisoners of War, Prisoners of Peace: Captivity, Homecoming and Memory in World War Ii, edited by Bob Moore and Barbara Hately-Broad, 175-84. Oxford: Berg, 2005.

Twomey, Christina. Australia’s Forgotten Prisoners: Civilians Interned by the Japanese in World War Two.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007.

Vasta, Ellie. “Immigrant women and the politics of resistance.” Australian Feminist Studies no. 18 (1993): 5-23.

Walker, David. “Shooting Mabel: Warrior Masculinity and Asian Invasion.” History Australia 2, no. 3 (2005): 89.1-89.11.

Woollacott, Angela.  “Manly Authority, Employing Non-White Labour, and Frontier Violence 1830s-1860s.” Journal of Australian Colonial History 15 (2013): 23-42.

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. “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. “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. “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.