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Ann Curthoys Ann Curthoys i(A27722 works by) (a.k.a. Anne Curthoys)
Born: Established: 1945 ;
Gender: Female
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Ann Curthoys grew up in Newcastle. She is Manning Clark Professor of History at the Australian National University and an ARC Professional Fellow. She has written about many aspects of Australian history, including Aboriginal-European relations, racially restrictive immigration policies, Chinese in colonial Australia, journalism, television, and 'second wave' feminism.

In 2019, her Taking Liberty: Indigenous Rights and Settler Self-government in Colonial Australia, 1830-1890 (with Jessie Mitchell) was shortlisted for the NSW Premier's History Award.

Sources include Making Australian History : Perspectives on the Past since 1788.

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y separately published work icon Freedom Ride : A Freedom Rider Remembers Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2002 Z1027919 2002 single work autobiography (taught in 1 units) 'In 1965, 29 students from Sydney University set out on a road trip through northwestern NSW, to challenge the ingrained discrimination and racism that was a largely unacknowledged feature of NSW country towns. The trip was marked by confrontation, intense street debates, some physical violence and much courage from local Aborigines.' (Source: LibrariesAustralia)
2003 Winner Stanner Award
2003 shortlisted New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards Douglas Stewart Prize for Non-Fiction
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