Essays Tagged: "whitlock"

The 'typical Australian' and indeed, Australian national identity, does not cover the diversity of Australian citizens and many groups, including women, are excluded.

mitted to cultural improvement and had dominated the cultural establishment since the gold rushes" (Whitlock, G. & Carter, D; (Eds.) 1992, p30).The establishment of the 'Cannibal Club' in Melbourn ... es were linked with the ruling English type of 'respectability' that these young bohemians loathed (Whitlock, G; Carter, D; p35). From this 'national image' emerged the term 'typical Australian'.In 19 ...

(6 pages) 148 1 4.3 Oct/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > Australian History

Gender and Nation - Australia (Annotated Bibliography).

Reekie, G., 'Contesting Australia: Feminism and Histories of the Nation' in Whitlock. G. & Carter, D. (eds), Images of Australia: an Introductory Reader in Australian Studi ...

(4 pages) 98 0 4.6 Oct/2003

Subjects: Area & Country Studies Essays