Category Archives: Lilith

Jewish Feminism: Perspectives from the Australian Jewish community

Our series of blogs based on articles published in Lilith: A Feminist History Journal continues with Suzanne Rutland’s analysis of Jewish women in Australia. The role of the Jewish woman is encapsulated in a famous Hebrew proverb, beginning: ‘A woman of value … Continue reading

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Wielding her pen like a sword: Mary Bennett the writer

Our series of blogs based on articles published in Lilith: A Feminist History Journal continues with Alison Holland’s reflections on controversial Aboriginal rights campaigner, Mary Bennett, as a writer. In the final stages of her life Mary Bennett’s words cascaded down … Continue reading

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The stolen generation: motherhood in black and white

Our series of blogs based on articles published in Lilith: A Feminist History Journal continues with Laura Rademaker’s analysis of Aboriginal missions in the early twentieth century. Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this blog may contain … Continue reading

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The final factor: Achieving maternal rights in 1930s’ New South Wales

This piece begins our series of blog posts based on articles featured in the Australian Women’s History Network’s Lilith: A Feminist History Journal. Stay tuned for other pieces coming soon! Margaret: I wrote this play … hoping that Drama might accomplish what … … Continue reading

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