Creating a Nation (1788 – 1990)


Patricia Grimshaw and colleagues provide a dramatic new (feminist) history of Australia from 1788 to 1990 that challenges the view that all was created by white men of British descent. They assert the agency of women, alongside men, in the process of national identity, politically, economically, and culturally. Includes three chapters on the specific Aboriginal experience of British colonisation and Australian nation building.

Publisher: Penguin Books

Date Published: 1996

Book Condition: Very good softcover with minor corner bumping and edge wear to covers. There is some mild tanning to page edges, otherwise a clean and unmarked copy internally.

 ISBN: 0140259058

ISBN: 0140259058

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