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Table of Contents
At the intersection of history p. 3-6
Rachel Gillett, Petra Mosmann and Catherine Fisher
Special Section: Intersections in History: Articles from the 2016 Australian Women’s History Network Conference
Looking Backwards: The Origins of the Australian Women’s History Network p. 8-14
Intersectionality, Resistance, and History-Making p. 15-22
Jordana Silverstein, Carolyn D’Cruz, Ruth DeSouza, Samia Khatun and Crystal McKinnon
Ruby Lindsay: A Professional Artist of the Suffrage-Era p. 23-33
Sarah Gibson Walker
Broadcasting the Woman Citizen: Dame Enid Lyons’ Macquarie Network Talks p. 34-46
The Battle for Custodianship of International Women’s Day in Newcastle, New South Wales p. 46-61
‘Continental Charm’: Representing Southern European Domestics in Australia, 1960-1964 p. 63-79
A Different Adela: The Forgotten Radical? p. 80-90
Murderess or Madwoman? Margaret Heffernan, Infanticide and Insanity in Colonial Victoria p. 91-104
Claiming Domestic Space: Queensland’s Interwar Women Architects and Their Labour Saving Devices p. 105-116
The Convict’s Daughter p. 118-119
Wayward Women: Female Offending in Victorian England p. 120-122
Country Women and The Colour Bar p. 122-124
Notes on Contributors