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Type: Journal article
Title: History, Cultural Studies, and Another Look at First-Wave Feminism in Australia
Author: Magarey, S.
Citation: Australian Historical Studies, 1996; 27(106):96-110
Publisher: Informa UK Limited
Issue Date: 1996
ISSN: 1031-461X
1940-5049
Abstract: Another look at first-wave feminism, one that considers cultural productions as well as the materials usually accepted by historians as 'sources', offers a new, revisionist, account of the 'Woman Movement', focused less on motherhood and/or work than on (hetero)sex. This account also suggests that Australian feminism was not only born modern but was a force for modernism, at least two decades sooner than anywhere else.
DOI: 10.1080/10314619608596001
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