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Jillian Graham

Jillian Graham holds a PhD from The University of Melbourne titled ‘Composing Biographies of Four Australian Women: Feminism, Motherhood and Music’. She runs her own freelance professional writing business, and works as a researcher for the Women’s Mental Health Program, Jean Hailes Research Unit, at the School of Public Health and Preventative Medicine, Monash University.

Jillian Graham reviews 'Women of Note: The rise of Australian women composers' by Rosalind Appleby

March 2012, no. 339 01 March 2012
According to the summary on the inside of Women of Note’sattractive jacket, being a female composer in the twentieth century was a ‘dangerous game’ – strong words indeed, but not without justification. Rosalind Appleby notes her own initial surprise to discover how many women composers there actually were in Australia. My own experience while writing a PhD about four Australian composing m ... (read more)