‘This is an exemplary study … a landmark in the literature on the work process.’
Stuart Macintyre, Ernest Scott Professor History, University of Melbourne.
‘This excellent book represents the results of a truly extensive amount of original research in a clear, intelligent and analytical way. It helps to establish Australian women’s history and work history more generally on a much higher level of knowledge and analysis than before.’
Ann Curthoys, Manning Clark Professor of History, Australian National University.
R.Frances and B.Scates (eds), Women, Work and the Labour Movement in Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand, (Special Issue of Labour History, November, 1991) Sydney, Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, 1991.
Contributions to Books
R.Frances, Prostitution: the Age of Empires, in Chiara Beccalossi and Ivan Crozier (eds), A Cultural History … Continue reading Contributions to Books
Articles & Papers in Academic Journals
R.Frances, ‘Green demons: Irish-Catholics and Muslims in Australian history’, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, vol. 22, no. … Continue reading Articles & Papers in Academic Journals