Sexuality, Reproduction and Bodies

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Dalley, Bronwyn. ‘Lolly Shops “of the red-light kind” and “soldiers of the King”: Suppressing One-Woman Brothels in New Zealand, 1908–1916.’ New Zealand Journal of History 30, no. 1 (1996): 3–23.

Damousi, Joy. “Depravity and Disorder: The Sexuality of Convict Women.” Labour history 68 (1995): 30-45.

Damousi, Joy. “Representations of the Body and Sexuality in Communist Iconography, 1920–1955.” Australian Feminist Studies 12, no. 25 (April 1, 1997): 59–75.

Damousi, Joy. Depraved and Disorderly: Female Convicts, Sexuality and Gender in Colonial Australia.  Cambridge; Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1997.

Davies, Susanne. “Captives of Their Bodies: Women, Law and Punishment, 1880s-1980s.” In Sex, Power and Justice: Historical Perspectives on Law in Australia, edited by Diane Kirkby, 99-115. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995.

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Evans, Ray, and William Thorpe. “The Last Days of Moreton Bay: Power, Sexuality and the Misrule of Law.” Journal of Australian Studies 21, no. 53 (January 1, 1997): 59–77.

Featherstone, Lisa, and Amanda Kaladelfos. “Hierarchies of Harm and Violence: Historicising Familial Sexual Violence in Australia.” Australian Feminist Studies29, no. 81 (July 3, 2014): 306–24.

Featherstone, Lisa. ““The One Single Primary Cause”: Divorce, the Family, and Heterosexual Pleasure in Postwar Australia.” Journal of Australian Studies 37, no. 3 (2013): 349-63.

Featherstone, Lisa. “Becoming a Baby?: The Foetus in Late Nineteenth-century Australia.” Australian Feminist Studies 23, no. 58 (December 1, 2008): 451–65.

Featherstone, Lisa. “Censoring Sex: The Case of W J Chidley.” History Australia 10, no. 1 (2013): 58-76.

Featherstone, Lisa. “Imagining the Black Body: Race, Gender and Gynaecology in Late Colonial Australia.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal 15 (2006): 86-96

Featherstone, Lisa. “Sex Educating the Modern Girl: The Formation of New Knowledge in Interwar Australia.” Journal of Australian Studies 34, no. 4 (December 1, 2010): 459–69.

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Ford, Ruth. “‘The man-woman murderer’: sex fraud, sexual inversion and the unmentionable article in 1920s Australia.” Gender and History 12, no. 1 (2000): 158-196.

Ford, Ruth. “Disciplined, Punished, and Resisting Bodies: Lesbian Women and the Australian Armed Services, 1950s-60s.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 9 (1996): 53-77.

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Ford, Ruth. “Filthy, obscene and mad: Engendering ‘homophobia’ in Australia, 1940s-1960s.” Homophobia: An Australian History, edited by Shirleene Robinson, 86-113. Ballarat: Federation Press, 2008.

Ford, Ruth. “Lesbians and Loose Women: Female Sexuality and the Women’s Services during World War 2.” Gender and War: Australians at war in the twentieth century, edited by Joy Damousi and Marilyn Lake, 81-104. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, 1995.

Ford, Ruth. “Speculating on Scrapbooks, Sex and Desire: Issues in Lesbian History.” Australian Historical Studies 27, no. 106 (1996): 111-26.

Frances, Raelene and Gray, Alicia. “Unsatisfactory, Discriminatory, Unjust and Inviting Corruption: Feminists and the Decriminalisation of Street Prostitution in New South Wales.” Australian Feminist Studies 22, no. 53 (2007): 307-24.

Frances, Raelene. “’White Slaves’ and White Australia: Prostitution and Australian Society.” Australian Feminist Studies 19, no. 33 (2004): 185-200.

Frances, Raelene. “Australian Prostitution in International Context.” Australian Historical Studies, no. 106 (1996): 127-41.

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Frances, Raelene. Selling Sex: A Hidden History of Prostitution.  Sydney: University of New South Wales Press, 2007.

Frances, Simon Adams and Raelene. “Lifting the Veil: The Sex Industry, Museums and Galleries.” Labour History, no. 85 (November 2003): 47-64.

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Holmes, Katie. “Day Mother, Night Sister: World War I Nurses and Sexuality.” Gender and War: Australians at war in the twentieth century, edited by Joy Damousi and Marilyn Lake. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Holmes, Katie. Spaces in Her Day: Australian Women’s Diaries of the 1920s & 1930s. St Leonards: Allen & Unwin, 1995.

Horan, Susan. “More Sinned against Than Sinning? Prostitution in South Australia, 1836-1914.” In So Much Hard Work: Women and Prostitution in Australian History, edited by Kay Daniels, 87-126. Sydney: Fontana Books, 1984.

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Hossain, Samia. “Antipodean Intimacies: Medical Sex Advice for Women in the Australian Colonies, 1857-1890.” Australian Feminist Studies 22, no. 52 (March 1, 2007): 89–105.

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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.

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Kaladelfos, Amanda. ‘Murder in Gun Alley: Girls, Grime and Gumshoe History’. Journal of Australian Studies, vol. 34, issue 4 (2010): 471-484.

Kaladelfos, Amanda. ‘The “Condemned Criminals”: Sexual Violence, Race and Manliness in Colonial Australia.’ Women’s History Review, vol. 21, issue 5 (2012): 697-714.

Kaladelfos, Amanda. “The ‘Condemned Criminals’: Sexual Violence, Race, and Manliness in Colonial Australia.” Women’s History Review 21, no. 5 (2012): 697-714.

Kaladelfos, Amanda. “The Politics of Punishment: Rape and the Death Penalty in Colonial Australia, 1841–1901.” History Australia 9, no. 1 (2012): 155-75.

Kaladelfos, Andy, and Lisa Featherstone. ‘Race and Ethnicity in Sex Crimes Trials’. In Robert Mason ed. Legacies of Violence in Modern Australia. Berghahn Publishing, 2017, 217-232.

Kaladelfos, Andy, and Lisa Featherstone. ‘Sexual Assault by Teachers: Historical Legislative, Policy, and Prosecutorial Responses’. In Yorick Smaal, Andy Kaladelfos, and Mark Finnane eds. The Sexual Abuse of Children: Recognition and Redress. Clayton, Vic., Monash University Publishing, 2016, 20-34.

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

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