keywords: Feminism

  • AUSTRALIA

    How far have you come, baby?

    • Sara Dowse
    • 14 May 2006

    Despite some gains, no one can really question that, as a group, women have been and still are discriminated against by the mere fact of being women.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Tell us a story

    • Jack Waterford
    • 08 May 2006

    When Labor marched to defeat in 2001, it is thought that more than half of the paid-up members of the party voted for the Greens.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Deep down under

    • Peter Pierce
    • 25 April 2006

    Peter Pierce salutes Joy Damousi, author of Freud in the Antipodes: A cultural history of psychoanalysis in Australia.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    The nurturing instinct

    • Sara Dowse
    • 23 April 2006

    Sara Dowse admires Anne Manne’s book Motherhood: How should we care for our  children?

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  • CONTRIBUTORS

    Ellena Savage

    • Ellena Savage

    Ellena Savage writes The Savage Mind column for Eureka Street. She is the arts editor at The Lifted Brow, politics editor at SPOOK Magazine, and has written about literature, feminism, and political culture for publications including Overland, the Australian Book Review, Right Now, Arena, and Farrago, which she co-edited in 2010. Her 2012 essay 'A Man Like Luai' won the Tharunka Non-fiction prize. She tweets as @RarrSavage and her website is ellenasavage.com.

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  • CONTRIBUTORS

    Catherine Marshall

    • Catherine Marshall
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    Catherine Marshall is a Sydney-based journalist and travel writer. She started her career as a broadcast journalist in her native South Africa and has written for magazines, newspapers and online publications in Australia, South Africa, the United States and Asia. She micro-blogs at www.zizzyballord.com and tweets as @zizzyballordand. Her writing can be seen at www.catherineamarshall.blogspot.com.

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