“One must always be careful of books,” said Tessa, “and what is inside them, for words have the power to change us.” ― Clockwork Angel
As an avid reader I grasp all books with appreciation and respect, from pulp fiction to academic tomes. My reviews tend towards the academic, but I am open to reviewing other genres if given the opportunity.
Forth coming reviews-
Do you have a book about historiography, women’s history, Pacific history, archives, revisionist mythology that needs reviewing? Contact me to arrange a review.
What Is History, Now? Suzannah Lipscomb, Helen Carr, Orion Publishing Co, 2021. Host site: Australian Policy and History
Distant Sisters: Australasian Women and the International Struggle for the Vote, 1880-1914, James Keating, Manchester University Press, 2020. Publication: Australian Policy and History.
Me, Not You: The Trouble With Mainstream Feminism, Alison Phipps, Manchester University Press, 2020.
Mary Lee: The Life and Times of a ‘turbulent anarchist’ and her battle for women’s rights
Beyond the goldfields: Australian migration to early-twentieth-century Shanghai
Fashioning a woman’s place: The creation of an inclusive Australian history
From the fields of war to the streets of suburbia: A centenary of the Australian Red Cross
Attending to the National Soul