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 Clare Wright
ARC Postdoctoral Fellow
School of History
La Trobe University

ARC Postdoctoral Fellowship (to commence 2004) Discovery-Project DP 0451132 Project Title: Eureka's Women: An Intimate History of Sex, Class and Culture on the Victorian Goldfields. Administering Institution: La Trobe University
Clare Wright, Beyond the Ladies Lounge: Australia's Female Publicans, Melbourne, Melbourne University Press, 2003.
Articles In Refereed Journals
'"Doing the Beans": Women, Community and Drinking in the Ladies Lounge, 1925-1975', New Talents 21C � Voicing Dissent, special issue of Journal of Australian Studies, vol 76, 2003, pp 7-17.

'Of Private Lives and Public Houses: Female Publicans as Domestic Entrepreneurs', Australian Historical Studies, vol. 116, April 2001, pp 57-75.
Refereed Conference Proceedings
'Why Fanny Power, Ida Beer and Susan Hussey Didn't Join the VULVA: The Politics of Pub-lic Housekeeping' in Chris McConville and Lynette Finch (eds), Images of the Urban: Conference Proceedings, Sunshine Coast University Press, 1999, pp 217-221.
Other Publications
Solicited Entry (800 words) on Women Publicans [Australia] for Alcohol and Temperance in Modern History: An International Encyclopaedia, Denver: ABC-CLIO, 2003 (forthcoming). Accepted.

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