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Talking History with Juliette Peers

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Since the 1970s, historians, curators and activists have been researching and discussing the place of women artists in narratives of Australian settler culture. Beginning in the late 2000s, a global movement has consciously returned women’s cultural production to the centre of public institutional displays and practices. Many artworks, life-stories and narratives have been re-evaluated and endorsed. Yet major journals and newspapers have simultaneously published essays that were critical of any attempts to manipulate public memory across this decade.

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