• Entry type: Person
  • Entry ID: AWE0255

Marcus, Julie

(1944 – )
  • Born 26 July, 1944, Adelaide South Australia Australia
  • Occupation Academic, Anthropologist


Marcus’s doctoral research was on the impact of Islam on the lives of Turkish women. She has published articles on racism, gender and sexuality in Australian culture. Also Marcus research interests include the Arrernte opposition to the damming of the Todd River in Alice Springs as well as collecting material on the life of Olive Pink.
(Source: Australian Garden History.)

Published resources

  • Journal Article
    • Miss Pink's Garden: The Creation of an Arid Zone Botanic Garden, Marcus, Julie, 1998
  • Book
    • First in Their Field: Women and Australian Anthropology, Marcus, Julie; Lepervanche, Marie de; McBryde, Isabel; Prior, Mary Ellen Murray; White, Isobel; Morris, Miranda; O'Gorman, Anne; Marcus, Julie and Cheater, Christine, 1993
    • Yours truly, Olive M. Pink, Marcus, Julie, 1991c
    • The Indomitable Miss Pink: A Life in Anthropology, Marcus, Julie, 2001
  • Book Section
    • The Beauty, Simplicity and Honour of Truth: Olive Pink in the 1940s, Marcus, Julie, 1993
  • Edited Book
    • Who's Who in Australia 2002, Herd, Margaret, 2002
  • Resource

Archival resources

  • AIATSIS Manuscript and Rare Books Collection
    • A patron and a friend : Olive Pink and J.B. Cleland
  • State Library of South Australia
    • Correspondence, diaries and tapes related to Julie Marcus

Related entries

  • Related Places
    • Olive Pink Botanic Garden (1956 - )