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New Theatre – Women, Power & Culture – Then and Now

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Date: 1 November 2011
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It’s amazing to think that it’s taken Australian white women over 100 years to get from casting the first vote to nailing the top job. So, how far have we …

‘The rotting corpse of feminism.’ Women, the frontline and Clive Hamilton.

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Date: 3 October 2011
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Is it a betrayal of feminism to feel uncomfortable about the prospect of women serving frontline combat roles? Those who feel squeamish (and those who don’t!) may be interested in …

Feminist Icons Make Philatelic History

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Date: 1 February 2011
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As Farah Farouque points out, it’s a red letter day when women better known for their intellectual than their sporting prowess are ‘stamped for posterity’. Germaine Greer, Eva Cox, Elizabeth …

Louis Nowra or Germaine Greer: Which one will be remembered 100 years from now?

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Date: 31 May 2010
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In an article published in the March Monthly, Louis Nowra reviews the impact of Germaine Greer’s feminist statement The Female Eunuch, forty years on. Apparently she got it all wrong; …