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Glamour in the Pacific: Cultural Internationalism and Race Politics in the Women's Pan-Pacific
Since its inception in 1928, the Pan-Pacific Women’s Association (PPWA) has witnessed and contributed to enormous changes in world and Pacific history. Operating out of Honolulu, this women’s networkExpand
Loving Protection?: Australian Feminism and Aboriginal Womens Rights 1919-39
  • F. Paisley
  • Political Science, Sociology
  • 8 October 1996
In the 1920s and 1930s, there was a highly visible network of white women activists who vigorously promoted the rights of Australian Aboriginals. In this little-known campaignandmdash;by middle-classExpand
The Aboriginal Male in the Enlightenment World
The Aboriginal Male in the Enlightenment World . By Shino Konishi. London: Pickering and Chatto, 2102. Pp. 256. £60 cloth. Focusing on the ‘moments of connection’ (4) that profoundly shaped early c...
Critical perspectives on colonialism : writing the empire from below
Introduction Fiona Paisley and Kirsty Reid Part I: Writing Back to Colonial and Imperial Authority 1. Denouncing America's Destiny: Sarah Winnemucca's Assault on U.S. Expansion Frederick E. Hoxie 2.Expand
Cultivating Modernity: Culture and Internationalism in Australian Feminism's Pacific Age
In 1928, the first Pan-Pacific Women's Conference was held in Honolulu and attracted women from Australia, the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Japan, China, and elsewhere. This article considersExpand
An Echo of Black Slavery: Emancipation, Forced Labour and Australia in 1933
In 1933, the year of the Centenary of Emancipation and the ratification of the Forced Labour Convention at the International Labour Organisation (ILO), the condition of Aboriginal workers inExpand