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 Social Sciences

An exploration of the creative explosion that occurred when the campaign for the vote brought together the talents of so many female writers and artists at the start of the twentieth century. Writers and artists include Cicely Hamilton, Chris St. John, Inez Ben... read more

Art, Theatre and Women's Suffrage

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 Social Sciences

What's behind the rise of the mummy bullies? Coerced by the media, interrogated by other mothers, frowned upon even by those who are closest to them, the mothers of today face a barrage of criticism. Dangerous Ideas About Mothers confronts the issues that do not a... read more

Dangerous Ideas about Mothers

'White supremacy is a violent system of oppression that harms Black, Indigenous and People of Colour. And if you are a person who holds white privilege, then you are complicit in upholding that harm,... read more

Me and White Supremacy: How to Recognise Your Privilege, Combat Racism and Change the World

An unflinching and intimate look at porn - its hardcore and racist content, its unchecked profits - and how it distorts our identities. Professor Gail Dines has written about and researched the porn industry for over two decades. She attends industr... read more

Pornland: How Porn Has Hijacked Our Sexuality

We live in a world increasingly ruled by technology; we seem as governed by technology as we do by laws and regulations. Frighteningly often, the influence of technology in and on our lives... read more

Rage Inside the Machine: The Prejudice of Algorithms, and How to Stop the Internet Making Bigots of Us All

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 Social Sciences

Awards:  Winner Stella Awards 2020 Longlisted Stella Awards 2020

WINNER OF THE 2020 STELLA PRIZE At the office of Safe Steps, Victoria's dedicated 24/7 family violence response call centre, phone counsellors receive a call every three minutes. Many women are repeat callers- on average, they will go... read more

See What You Made Me Do: Power, Control and Domestic Violence

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 Social Sciences

An extraordinarily powerful and personal meditation on race, culture, and identity. When Stan Grant was born in Australia in 1963, the national census classed him and his family among the country's flora and fauna. As Aboriginal Australians, their history and culture... read more

Talking to My Country