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The exhibition Stirrers with Style! Presidents of the National Council of Women of Australia and its predecessors is a project of the National Council of Women of Australia, supported by the NCWA History Steering Committee.

At a National Triennial Meeting in Perth, Western Australia, the motion was put by Janet Galley OAM of Victoria that, to mark the 75th anniversary of the national body, the history of the National Council of Women of Australia (NCWA) should be researched and published.

In 2008, the NCWA received an Australian Research Council Linkage Grant auspiced by the University of Melbourne to do so (LP088371 - Between State and World: A History of the National Council of Women of Australia 1931–2006).

At the time of publication of the exhibition, the NCWA History Steering Committee comprised:

  • Adjunct Professor Judith Smart of RMIT University and Principal Fellow in the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, The University of Melbourne
  • Professor Emerita Marian Quartly of Monash University
  • Jan Hipgrave, research assistant
  • Sylvia Gelman AM MBE
  • Janet Galley OAM; and
  • (Chair) Leonie Christopherson AM

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