Journal Contents No. 61

Articles

ORAL AND VISUAL TESTIMONY

Experiences of a Queensland Aboriginal Domestic Servant: Agnes Williams talks to Jackie Huggins.Jackie Huggins

Writing the History of Women Working: Photographic Evidence and the ‘Disreputable Occupation of Barmaid’
Diane Kirkby

WOMEN AND ARBITRATION

Marginal Matters: Gender, Skill, Unions and the Commonwealth Arbitration Court – A Case Study of the Australian Printing Industry, 1925 – 1937
Raelene Rances

Women Workers and the New Zealand Arbitration Court, 1894 – 1920
Stephen Robertson

SEXUALISED CONSUMERISM

Decently Dressed? Sexualised Consumerism and the Working Woman’s Wardrobe 1918 – 1923
Gail Reekie

Selling Soap: Domestic Work and Consumerism in the Inter-war Years
Ann Stephen

WOMEN AND INDUSTRIAL MILITANCY

Gender, Household and Community Politics: the 1890 Maritime Strike in Australia and New ZealandBruce Scates

Women in Industrial Action: Some Female Profiles in a Redundancy Strike in Vestey’s New Zealand Meat Works 1988
John Leckie

FORGOTTEN WORKERS

Sex or Class? The Politics of the First Equal Pay Campaign in Victoria
Melanie Nolan

Responses of Female Industrial Workers: a Case Study of the Guest Biscuit Factory, 1888-1899Melanie Raymond

WOMEN AND CARING

‘Toil and Privation’: European Women’s Labour in Colonial QueenslandKatie Spearritt

Sacred Office, Trade or Profession? The Dilemma of Nurses’ Industrial Activities in Queensland, 1900 – 1950Glenda Strachan

OBITUARY – MANNING CLARKJill Roe