Catherine Bishop

Junior Research Fellow University of Sydney

    Selected Publications: Bishop, C. (2015) Minding Her Own Business: Colonial Businesswomen in Sydney, (Sydney: NewSouth Publishing); Bishop, C. (accepted August 2016) ‘Better Business Women for a Better Business World’ in Australia and beyond: The “world minded” women of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women’, Women’s History Review; Bishop, C. (online 12 July 2016) ‘The Serendipity of Connectivity: Piecing Together Women’s Lives in the Digital Archive’ Women’s History Review; Bishop, C. & A. Woollacott (2016) ‘Business and Politics as Women’s Work: the Australian Colonies and the mid-Nineteenth century Women’s Movement’ Journal of Women’s History 28:1: 84-106; Bishop, C. (2015) ‘Spinks Cottage: Heritage, History and Use’ in The Lives of Colonial Objects, eds Annabel Cooper, Angela Wanhalla & Lachlan Paterson (Dunedin: University of Otago Press): 72-77; Bishop, C. (2015) ‘When Your Money Is Not Your Own: Coverture and Married Women in Business in Colonial New South Wales’, Law and History Review 33:1: 181-200; Bishop, C. (2014) ‘Women on the Move: Gender, Money-making and Mobility in Mid-Nineteenth Century Australasia’, History Australia 11:2: 38-59

    PhD Australian National University 2012 'Commerce Was a Woman: Women in Business in Colonial Sydney and Wellington' supervisor: Prof. Angela Woollacott


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