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Non-Fiction 305.42 MAG Available 069937
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National Library's deposit copy signed by author. ANL

Includes bibliographical references (pages 228-237) and index.

Introduction -- Politics -- Work -- Home -- Body -- Public space -- Onward -- References -- List of Illustrations -- Index.

A history of Australian feminism from the 1890s to the present day, examining the rise of feminism in the domains of work, home, body and public space. The book highlights and discusses the contributions of a number of important Australian feminists over this period, including migrant and Indigenous women and women with a disability. Women profiled include Catherine Helen Spence, Faith Bandler, Jessie Street, Zelda D'Aprano, Edith Cowan, Miles Franklin, Vida Goldstein, Pat O'Shane, Stella Young and others.

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