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Sally Dammery

Sally Dammery practiced clinical midwifery for many years, developing a deep interest in the diversity of cultural beliefs and traditions among the women she attended. Travelling widely increased this interest and led to formal study of anthropology and history. Previous publications include the ethnography Walter George Arthur: a Free Tasmanian? which shared the Ian Turner History Prize in 2001, and the biography of her enigmatic grandmother, She Lived in Launceston: Isobel Horner of Waratah House, winner of the Lilian Watson Family History Award 2006.

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ANU Meet the Author – Leigh Boucher & Michelle Arrow

Australian National University Cultural Centre, 153 University Avenue, Canberra, ACT, Australia

Leigh Boucher and Michelle Arrow will be in conversation with Frank Bongiorno on their book, with Barbara Baird and Robert Reynolds, Personal Politics Sexuality, Gender and the Remaking of Citizenship in Australia, an insightful...

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