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1. Revolutionising the everyday: The transformative impact of the sexual and feminist movements on Australian society and culture / Michelle Arrow and Angela Woollacott -- Everyday gender revolutions: Workplaces, schools and households. 2. Of girls and spanners: Feminist politics, women's bodies and the male trades / Georgine Clarsen -- 3. The discovery of sexism in schools: Everyday revolutions in the classroom / Julie McLeod -- 4. Making the political personal: Gender and sustainable lifestyles in 1970s Australia / Carroll Pursell -- Feminism in art and culture. 5. How the personal became (and remains) political in the visual arts / Catriona Moore and Catherine Speck -- 6. Subversive stitches: Needlework as activism in Australian feminist art of the 1970s / Elizabeth Emery -- 7. Women into print: Feminist presses in Australia / Trish Luker -- 8. 'Unmistakably a book by a feminist': Helen Garner's Monkey Grip and its feminist contexts / Zora Simic -- Redrawing boundaries between public and private. 9. A phone called PAF: CAMP counselling in the 1970s / Catherine Freyne -- 10. Discomforting politics: 1970s activism and the spectre of sex in public / Leigh Boucher -- 11. Creative work: Feminist representations of gendered and domestic violence in 1970s Australia / Catherine Kevin -- 12. 'Put on dark glasses and a blind man's head': Poetic defamation and the question of feminist privacy in 1970s Australia / Nicole Moore -- Re-gendering language, authority and culture. 13. Changing 'man made language': Sexist language and feminist linguistic activism in Australia / Amanda Laugesen -- 14. 'A race of intelligent super-giants': The Whitlams, gendered bodies and political authority in modern Australia / Bethany Phillips-Peddlesden -- 15. Cleo magazine and the sexual revolution / Megan Le Masurier -- 16. Male chauvinists and ranting libbers: Representations of single men in 1970s Australia / Chelsea Barnett.
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