Category Archives: Event review

In celebration of internationalism in women’s history: select reminiscences from Marilyn Lake’s Festschrift

In December 2016, members of the historical community came together to celebrate the career of illustrious feminist historian Marilyn Lake. The reminiscences of Marilyn’s overseas colleagues and friends reveal the internationalism that marked her career and women’s history generally. From … Continue reading

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Neighbours – and Heroes: The History Week Lecture, 2016

Heather Goodall shares her reflections on her address for the annual History Council of New South Wales History Week, presented at The Mint, Sydney, on September 7, 2016. Why question the idea of ‘neighbours’? It has a cosy, face-to-face warmth about it. … Continue reading

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Writing histories of gender in Australia and the world: Personal thoughts on a public roundtable

Bethany Phillips-Peddlesden reflects on the recent roundtable “Writing Histories of Gender in Australia and the World” at The University of Melbourne, which is part of the “Australia and the World” seminar series. How do you live your feminism? The August … Continue reading

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