Religion

Allen, Maree G, and Sisters of Mercy (Vic.). The Labourers’ Friends: Sisters of Mercy in Victoria and Tasmania. North Melbourne, Vic.: Hargreen Publishing Company in conjunction with Sisters of Mercy Melbourne Congregation, 1989.

Bellanta, Melissa. “Feminism, Mateship and Brotherhood in 1890s Adelaide.” History Australia 5, no. 1 (2008): 07.1-07.14.

Carey, Hilary M. “Subordination, Invisibility and Chosen Work: Missionary Nuns and Australian Aborigines, c.1900–1949.” Australian Feminist Studies 13, no. 28 (October 1, 1998): 251–67.

Choi, Hyaeweol. “Claiming Their Own Space: Australian Women Missionaries in Korea, 1891–1900.” Australian Historical Studies48, no. 3 (July 3, 2017): 416–32.

Cohen, Lysbeth. Beginning with Esther: Jewish Women in New South Wales from 1788. Sydney Ayers & James Heritage Books in association with the Australian Jewish Times, 1987.

Coleman, J. D. “Missionaries, monstrosities or modern female fanatics?: (Re)presenting the identities of nineteenth-century advocates of women’s rights.” Australasian Victorian Studies Journal 9 (2003): 40-51.

Collins, Jenny. “‘To the very antipodes’: nineteenth-century Dominican Sister-teachers in Ireland and New Zealand.” Paedagogica Historica 49, no. 4 (2013): 494-512.

Collins, Jenny. “Creating spaces in a male domain: Sister Principals in Catholic schools, 1850–1974.” Journal of Educational Administration 46 no. 1 (2014): 74-92.

Collins, Jenny. “Of sheep’s pluck and science exhibitions: the professional life of Mother Bernard Towers RSM (1883-1963).” History of Education 38, no. 5 (2009): 649-666

Collins, Jenny. “Schooling for Faith, Citizenship and Social Mobility: Catholic Secondary Education in New Zealand, 1924–1944.” Journal of Educational Administration and History 37 no. 2 (2005): 157-172.

Collins, Jenny. “They came with a purpose: educational journeys of nineteenth-century Irish Dominican Sister Teachers.” History of Education 44, no. 1 (2015) 44-63.

Cruickshank, Joanna, and Patricia Grimshaw. “‘I Had Gone to Teach but Stayed to Learn’: Geraldine MacKenzie at Aurukun Mission, 1925–1965.” Journal of Australian Studies 39, no. 1 (January 2, 2015): 54–65.

Edwards, Bill. “Women at Ebenezer and Ernabella Missions: A Personal Perspective.” Journal of Australian Studies 39, no. 1 (January 2, 2015): 92–103.

Ganter, Regina. “Helpers—Sisters—Wives: White Women on Australian Missions.” Journal of Australian Studies 39, no. 1 (January 2, 2015): 7–19.

Grimshaw, Patricia, and Elizabeth Nelson. “Empire, ‘the Civilising Mission’ and Indigenous Christian Women in Colonial Victoria.” Australian Feminist Studies 16, no. 36 (November 1, 2001): 295–309.

Grimshaw, Patricia. “Gender, Citizenship and Race in the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union of Australia, 1890 to the 1930s.” Australian Feminist Studies 13, no. 28 (October 1, 1998): 199–214.

Grimshaw, Patricia. “Rethinking Approaches to Women in Missions: The Case of Colonial Australia.” History Australia 8, no. 3 (2011): 7-24.

Haskins, Victoria. “The Chaplain’s Wife and the Native Girl: Re-envisaging a Cross-cultural Female Relationship in the Contact Zone.” Australian Feminist Studies 27, no. 73 (September 1, 2012): 259–68.

Holton, Sandra Stanley. “Feminism, History and Movements of the Soul: Christian Science in the Life of Alice Clark (1874–1934).” Australian Feminist Studies 13, no. 28 (1998): 281-94.

Howe, Renate. “The Australian Student Christian Movement and Women’s Activism in the Asia-Pacific Region, 1890s–1920s.” Australian Feminist Studies16, no. 36 (November 1, 2001): 311–23.

Hughes, Lesley Patricia. “To Labour Seriously: Catholic Sisters and Social Welfare in Late Nineteenth-Century Sydney,” PhD thesis, University of New South Wales, 2003.

Hume, Lynne. “Witchcraft and the Law in Australia.” Journal of Church & State 37 (1995): 135-50.

Hussein, Shakira. From Victims to Suspects: Muslim Women since 9/11.  Sydney: NewSouth Publishing, 2016.

Jalland, Pat. “A Private and Secular Grief: Katharine Susannah Prichard Confronts Death and Bereavement.” History Australia 2, no. 2 (2005): 42-1-42-15.

Jensz, Felicity. “Everywhere at Home, Everywhere a Stranger: The Communities of the Moravian Missionary Mary (Polly) Hartmann.” Journal of Australian Studies 39, no. 1 (January 2, 2015): 20–31.

Kerr, Berenice. The Land That I Will Show You: History of the Institute of Sisters of Mercy of Australia 1981-2011. Lewisham, N.S.W.: Institute of Sisters of Mercy of Australia, 2011.

Khatun, Samia. “The Book of Marriage: Histories of Muslim Women in Twentieth-Century Australia.” Gender and History 29, no. 1 (April 2017): 8-30.

Kovesi, Catherine. Pitch Your Tents on Distant Shores: A History of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd in Australia, Aotearoa/New Zealand and Tahiti. 1st ed. Caringbah, N.S.W.: Playright Pub, 2006.

Langfield, Michele “’A Chance to Bloom’: Female Migration and Salvationists in Australia and Canada, 1890s to 1939.” Australian Feminist Studies 17, no. 39 (2002): 287-303.

Langfield, Michele. “‘A Chance to Bloom’: Female Migration and Salvationists in Australia and Canada, 1890s to 1939.” Australian Feminist Studies 17, no. 39 (November 1, 2002): 287–303.

Lee, Andrew. “The Nun in the Nightgown: The Public Airing of Private Prejudice and the Sister Ligouri Scandal, 1920–21.” Journal of Australian Studies 21, no. 52 (January 1, 1997): 34–42.

MacGinley, M. R. An Eloquent Witness: The Sisters of Our Lady Help of Christians. Strathfield, N.S.W. St Pauls Publications, 2010.

Magarey, Susan. “Dame Roma Mitchell’s Unmentionables: Sex, Politics and Religion.” History Australia (2008).

Massam, Katharine. “Representing Active Discipleship: Images of the Madonna in Twentieth‐century Australia.” Australian Feminist Studies13, no. 28 (October 1, 1998): 235–49.

McHugh, Siobhan. “Not in Front of the Altar: Mixed Marriages and Sectarian Tensions between Catholics and Protestants in Pre-Multicultural Australia.” History Australia 6, no. 2 (2009): 42.1-42.22.

McPhillips, Kathleen. “Contested Feminisms: Women’s Religious Leadership and the Politics of Contemporary Western Feminism.”  Journal for the Academic Studies of Religion 29, no. 2. (2016): 134-149.

Nelson, Kate and Nelson, Dominica., ed., Sweet Mothers, Sweet Maids: Journeys from Catholic Childhoods, Ringwood, Vic.: Penguin, 1986.

Newton, Marlo Leigh. Making a Difference: A History of the National Council of Jewish Women of Australia. Melbourne: Hybrid Publishers, 2000.

O’Brien, Anne. “The Case of the ‘Cultivated Man’: Class, Gender and the Church of the Establishment in Interwar Australia.” Australian Historical Studies 27, no. 107 (1996): 242-56.

O’Brien, Anne Philomena. God’s Willing Workers: Women and Religion in Australia. Sydney: UNSW Press, 2005.

Patrick, Rachel. “‘Speaking across the Borderline’: Intimate Connections, Grief and Spiritualism in the Letters of Elizabeth Stewart During the First World War.” History Australia 10, no. 3 (2013): 109-28.

Pitman, Julia, ‘Our Principle of Sex Equality’: The Ordination of Women in the Congregational Church in Australia 1927-1977. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing 2016.

Press, Margaret M. Three Women of Faith: Gertrude Abbott, Elizabeth Anstice Baker and Mary Tenison Woods. Kent Town, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press, 2000.

Rademaker, Laura. “‘I Had More Children Than Most People’: Single Women’s Missionary Maternalism in Arnhem Land, 1908-1945.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 17/18 (2012): 7-21.

Rademaker, Laura. “Missions and Aboriginal Difference: Judith Stokes and Australian Missionary Linguistics.” Journal of Australian Studies 39, no. 1 (January 2, 2015): 66–78.

Rademaker, Laura. “Religion for the Modern Girl: Maude Royden in Australia, 1928.” Australian Feminist Studies 31, no. 89 (2016): 336-54.

Rose, Mavis. Freedom From Sanctified Sexism – Women Transforming the Church, Brisbane: Allira Publications, 1996.

Rutland, Suzanne. “Perspectives from the Australian Jewish Community.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 11 (2002): 87-101.

Sells, Anne. “Women’s Status in the Church of England in Melbourne, 1920-1975.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 1 (1984): 31-42.

Sherlock, Peter. “Australian Women Priests?: Anglicans, Feminists and the Newspapers.” Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, no. 10 (2001): 137.

Silverstein, Jordana. “‘From the utter depth of degradation to the apogee of bliss’: The genderings of diasporic Zionism and Jewish Holocaust education.” Journal of Modern Jewish Studies 11, no. 3 (2012): 377-398.

Silverstein, Jordana. Anxious Histories: Narrating the Holocaust in Jewish Communities at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century. New York: Berghahn Books, 2015.

Smart, Judith. “A Mission to the Home: The Housewives Association, the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union and Protestant Christianity, 1920–1940.” Australian Feminist Studies 13, no. 28 (October 1, 1998): 215–34.

Staude, Lorna Staub. The Anatomy of a Saint: Inspired by the Life and the Work of Mary MacKillop. Naracoorte, South Australia: L. Staub-Staude, 1993.

Sweeney, Belinda. “’A Woman Overboard!’ The Salvation Army and ‘Fallen Women’ in Melbourne, 1883-1900.” Lilith, no. 14 (2005): 79-91.

Tyrrell, Ian. ‘International Aspects of the Women’s Temperance Movement in Australia: The Influence of the American WCTU, 1882–1914.’ Journal of Religious History 12, no. 3 (1983): 284–304.

Walsh, Margaret. The Good Sams: Sisters of the Good Samaritans 1857-1969. Mulgrave, Vic.: John Garrett Pub, 2001.

Warne, Ellen. Agitate, Educate, Organise, Legislate: Protestant Women’s Social Action in Post-Suffrage Australia. Carlton, Victoria Melbourne University Publishing, 2017.

Willis, Sabine. Women, Faith & Fetes: Essays in the History of Women and the Church in Australia. Melbourne: Dove Communications in association with the Australian Council of Churches (New South Wales), Commission on Status of Women, 1977.