Accessibility Tools

  • Content scaling 100%
  • Font size 100%
  • Line height 100%
  • Letter spacing 100%

Kate Goldsworthy

Kate Goldsworthy is a Melbourne editor.

Kate Goldsworthy reviews 'Making Women Count: A history of the women’s electoral lobby in Australia' by Marian Sawer

December 2008–January 2009, no. 307 01 December 2008
Less revolutionary than Women’s Liberation, the Women’s Electoral Lobby (WEL) has been challenging the Australian system from the inside for more than thirty years. Social scientist Marian Sawer details WEL’s foundation, achievements and legacy, while situating it within the global women’s movement. A profusion of facts, figures, photographs and quotations are available for those intereste ... (read more)

Kate Goldsworthy reviews 'Wave Cultures: Feminism, subcultures, activism' edited by Anita Harris

February 2009, no. 308 01 February 2009
The familiar triumvirate of globalisation, advanced technology and consumerism has altered feminist, activist and subcultural practices so dramatically that their originators have trouble recognising them, and academics are racing to keep up. Next Wave Cultures acknowledges and embraces these upheavals in women’s social and political action. Anita Harris has selected a motley group of eleven ess ... (read more)