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Recipe Exchange and Women’s Kinship Networks in Ascendancy Ireland

From the late seventeenth century, women of the elite classes in Ireland began to share culinary and medicinal information with loved ones across the country and, frequently, across the Irish Sea. Over the course of the Ascendancy period recipe sharing became … Continue reading

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Women’s Grass-roots Activism

A decade ago, I began researching Millicent Preston Stanley (1883-1955), the first woman elected to the NSW parliament (1925-1927). My initial focus was on the dramatic strategies of her feminist campaigns such as the ‘Horses Rights for Women’ demand for … Continue reading

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Q&A with Effie Karageorgos: An AHA early career researchers series

The Australian Historical Association‘s network of Early Career Researchers continues its Q&A interview series with early career researchers. Here, we repost their interview with Effie Karageorgos. Effie Karageorgos 1. Describe your PhD research. My PhD examines the experiences and attitudes … Continue reading

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