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Table of Contents
Intersections and Connections in Feminist History p. 3-5
Bethany Phillips-Peddlesden and Ana Stevenson
‘Morbidly-Inclined Young Women’: The Divorce Court as Feminised Entertainment in Early Twentieth-Century Sydney. pp. 8-20
‘A Key Person Internationally’: Towards a Biography of Freda Brown. pp. 21-36
Wielding Her Pen Like a Sword: Mary Bennett’s War Against the Australian State. pp. 37-51
Bar Dykes and Lesbian Feminists: Lesbian Encounters in 1970s Feminism. pp. 52-65
‘War Between the Sexes’: Germaine de Staël’s Corinne and Benjamin Constant’s Adolphe. pp. 66-77
Oh, For a French Wife? Australian Women and Culinary Francophilia in Post-war Australia. pp. 78-90
Donna Lee Brien and Alison Vincent
Appropriation of ‘French Theory’: Translating Gender (Troubles): Simone de Beauvoir, Judith Butler, and the American. pp. 90-103
Just Relations: The Story of Mary Bennett’s Crusade for Aboriginal Rights. p. 104
Unnamed Desires: A Sydney Lesbian History. p. 105
Minding Her Own Business: Colonial Businesswomen in Sydney. p. 107
Respectable Radicals: A History of the National Council of Women Australia,
1896–2006. p. 109
100 Years of Women Police in Australia. p. 111
Settler Society in the Australian Colonies: Self-Government and Imperial Culture. p. 114
Notes on Contributors p. 117