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Curthoys, Ann. Women’s Studies at the Australian National University: The Early Years.
Magarey, Susan. Setting up the first Research Centre for Women’s Studies in Australia, 1983-1986.
Poiner, Gretchen. The Women’s Research Unit: Being There.
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Probyn, Elspeth. Re: Generation. Women’s Studies and the Disciplining of Ressentiment.

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Ryan, Lyndall. (1991). Women’s Studies in Australian Higher Education: Introduction and brief history. Australian Universities Review, 34(2).

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Sheridan, Susan. (1986). From Margin to Mainstream: Situating Women’s Studies. Australian Feminist Studies, 2, Autumn

Threadgold, Terry. (1998). Gender Studies and Women’s Studies. In Reference Group for the Australian Academy of the Humanities. (ed.). Knowing Ourselves and Others: The Humanities in Australia Into the 21st Century. Volume 2, Canberra: Australian Research Council, Discipline Research Strategies.

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Walsh, Mary, and Mark Bahnisch. (1999). The Male Academic Body: Sex Inequality in Universities. In Playing The Man: New Approaches to Masculinity. Eds. Katherine Biber, Tom Sear, and Dave Trudinger. Sydney: Pluto Press.