Issue Details: First known date: 1995... 1995 Race and Gender in Recent Australian Historiography
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'There is a growing body of writing within the fields of women's history, Aboriginal history and, most importantly, of writing which attempts to deal with the relationship between the two. the purpsoe of my paper today is to describe and discuss this changing historiographical context. (Ann Curthoys).


  • This article gives the text of the keynote address presented by Professor Curthoys at the Second Interdisciplinary Gender Studies Conference, University of Newcastle, June 1995. The address drew on two other apapers by Professor Curthoys: a review of the literature on Aboriginal labour history, wrtten jointly with Clive Moore (q.v.), for a special issue of Labour History, November 1995, and a review of Creating a Nation published in Labour History, May 1995.

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