Professor Rae Frances, Dean of the College of Arts Social Sciences
26 November 2019 - 5:15pm
Professor Rae Frances, Dean of the College of Arts and Social Scienes, will launch Everyday Revolutions: Remaking Gender, Sexuality and Culture in 1970s Australia edited by Michelle Arrow and Angela Woollacott.
Professor Dianne Otto; Associate Professor Susan Harris Rimmer; Kate Ogg
4 July 2019 - 12:30pm
In the Research Handbook on Feminist Engagement with International Law, a network of scholars and practitioners from a diverse group of countries contemplate the future of feminist engagement with international law.
This book reviews what was known as the Green Revolution in agricultural research from the 1940s to the 1970s and the recurring theme of the forgotten women farmers in all of these processes and that these technical advances were, and still remain, gender blind.
Karen Viggers will be in conversation with Alex Sloan about Karen's new novel, The Orchardist's Daughter, in which Karen returns to remote Tasmania, the setting of her most popular novel The Lightkeeper's Wife.
Please join Merridee Bailey, Tania Colwell and Julie Hotchin for the launch of their book "Women and Work in Premodern Europe: Experiences, Relationships and Cultural Representation, c. 1100–1800 (Routledge, 2018)"