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Ann Curthoys is Manning Clark Professor of History at the Australian National University and an ARC Professorial Fellow. She was educated at the University of Sydney (BA Hons, 1967), Sydney Teachers' College (Dip. Ed., 1967), and Macquarie University, Sydney (PhD, 1973). Earlier in her career she taught Women's Studies at ANU and History at the University of Technology, Sydney. She has written about many aspects of Australian history, including Aboriginal-European relations, racially restrictive immigration policies, Chinese in colonial Australia, journalism, television, and 'second wave' feminism. She also writes about historical theory and historical writing. Her books include Freedom Ride: A freedomrider remembers (2002), winner of the Stanner Prize, and, with John Docker, Is History Fiction? (2005).
Journalism: Print, Politics And Popular Culture
Journalism: Print,...
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Ann Curthoys

\"Journalism: Print, Politics and Popular Culture\" investigates the fascinating history of print journalism in Australia in all its aspects - the lives, working conditions, and consciousness of journ ...