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Linguist, family historian, dolls house collector and researcher, aware of women's issues in Australia since the early 1970s.

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AustralianEdit

  • Gwen Kelly (Australian novelist, short story writer and poet)
  • Hilarie Lindsay (Australian toy manufacturer and writer of short stories, poetry, instructional texts, biography, etc)
  • Elizabeth Backhouse (Australian novelist, scriptwriter and playwright)
  • Lorna Dixon (Australian Aboriginal custodian and preserver of the Wangkumara language)
  • May Hollinworth (Australian theatre producer and director, founder of the Metropolitan Theatre, Sydney)
  • Elisabeth MacIntyre (Australian children's author, illustrator and cartoonist)
  • Margaret Barr (choreographer) (Australian choreographer and teacher of dance-drama)

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  • New Portuguese Letters (Portuguese book published and banned in 1972; its 3 women authors were arrested, leading to international protests)

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By this I mean articles I have added references to, enabling Citations Needed warnings to be removed, and articles I have rescued from proposed deletion (AfD or PROD) or declined submissions, or developed from stubs.

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ReadingsEdit

  • "WP:THREATENING2MEN: The English Wikipedia's misogynist infopolitics and the hegemony of the asshole consensus", Signpost 19 August 2015 [1]