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Feminist Review Issue 52: The World Upside Down

Feminism in the Antipodes (Feminist Review)

by Feminist Review

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages150
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ISBN 100415145619
ISBN 109780415145619

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ISSN: (Print) (Online) In this issue (14 articles) Editorial. The World Upside down: Feminisms in the Antipodes. Ann Curthoys Pages v-xi.

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InFeminist Review published a collection of papers by Australian and New Zealand feminists in a special edition, ‘Feminism in the Antipodes: The World Upside Down’. The collection, edited by historian Ann Curthoys with sociologist Jeanne Martin and political scientist (as she was then) Helen Irving, was quietly confident about the place of feminism in the Australian collective Cited by: 1.

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