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  1. Ada Bromham

    Ada Bromham

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    Ada Bromham (20 December 1880 – 15 March 1965) was an Australian feminist and temperance activist.


  2. Adela Pankhurst

    Adela Pankhurst

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    British-Australian suffragette and political activist

  3. Adele Ann Wilby

    Adele Ann Wilby

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    Sri Lankan rebel

  4. Agnes Goode

    Agnes Goode

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    Agnes Knight Goode, née Fleming (31 January 1872 – 20 February 1947), best known as Mrs. A. K. Goode, was an Australian social and political activist. A contemporary report called her "... a vigorous speaker, with a keen, logical mind and experience backed with sound commonsense, Mrs. Goode was until her later years frequently called on to take the public platform in support of social welfare movements."


  5. Alice Henry

    Alice Henry

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    Australian suffragist, journalist and trade unionist

  6. Alice Manfield

    Alice Manfield

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    Mountain guide, naturalist, photographer, chalet owner, feminist figure

  7. Anna Couani

    Anna Couani

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    Contemporary Australian poet and educator

  8. Anne Conlon

    Anne Conlon

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    Patricia Anne Conlon, née Carden (2 November 1939 – 13 December 1979) was an Australian feminist, public servant and labour activist.


  9. Beatrice Faust

    Beatrice Faust

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    Australian author and women's activist

  10. Bella Guerin

    Bella Guerin

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    Australian, Activist

  11. Bertha McNamara

    Bertha McNamara

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    Australian, Writer

  12. Bessie Rischbieth

    Bessie Rischbieth

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    Australian feminist and social activist

  13. Bridget Gilling

    Bridget Gilling

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    Bridget Sabina Gilling, née Fisher (1922 – 2009) was an English-born Australian feminist and social activist.


  14. Carole Ferrier

    Carole Ferrier

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    Carole Ferrier is a Feminist Australian Academic. She is Professor in English at the School of English, Media Studies and Art History at the University of Queensland. She has many published works about feminism, socialism, literature and culture. She has been the editor of the radical feminist journal Hecate since its inception in 1975.


  15. Caroline Dexter

    Caroline Dexter

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    Australian, Journalist

  16. Cate Blanchett

    Cate Blanchett

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    Actress

  17. Chaley Scott

    Chaley Scott

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    Australian activist

  18. Claire Colebrook

    Claire Colebrook

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    Claire Colebrook (or Claire Mary Colebrook) (born 25 October 1965), is an Australian cultural theorist, currently appointed Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of English at Pennsylvania State University. She has published numerous works on Gilles Deleuze, visual art, poetry, queer theory, film studies, contemporary literature, theory, cultural studies and visual culture. She is the editor (with Tom Cohen) of the Critical Climate Change Book Series at Open Humanities Press.


  19. Constance Stone

    Constance Stone

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    Australian physician and feminist activist

  20. Dale Spender

    Dale Spender

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    Contemporary Australian feminist scholar and teacher

  21. Diane Bell

    Diane Bell

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    Australian writer and athropologist

  22. Dorothy Hewett

    Dorothy Hewett

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    Twentieth century Australian feminist poet, novelist, librettist, and playwright

  23. Drusilla Modjeska

    Drusilla Modjeska

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    Contemporary Australian writer and editor

  24. Edna Ryan (activist)

    Edna Ryan (activist)

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    Edna Minna Ryan, née Nelson (15 December 1904 – 10 February 1997) was an Australian feminist activist and writer.


  25. Eileen Powell

    Eileen Powell

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    Eileen Louisa Powell (3 August 1913 – 19 July 1997) was an Australian trade unionist and women's activist. She was New South Wales' first female industrial advocate.


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