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Patricia Clarke Patricia Clarke i(A11460 works by) (a.k.a. Mary Patricia Clarke)
Born: Established: 1926 ;
Gender: Female
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Author and editor Patricia Clarke has explored the role of women in Australia in the 19th Century in her works. She edited the Canberra Historical Journal for many years. She was awarded a PhD by Griffith University in 2004. 

Most Referenced Works


  • Other works by Patricia Clark not individually indexed on AustLit include:

    – 'Researching women journalists before and since the internet' Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter, no. 89, September 2016, pp. 11-12.

    – 'Unravelling the Mystery Matron: Gertrude Frances Lawlor, AANS, Canberra Hospital, 1917, 1921-28' Canberra Historical Journal, No. 77, Sep 2016: 24-32.

    – 'A 'Lady From London' Reports from Queensland in the 1890s: Flora Shaw, London Times Correspondent' Celebrating Independent Thought: ISAA Twenty Years on : Conference Proceedings

    – 'Canberra Women in world War I : Community at Home, Nurses Abroad', Canberra Historical Journal, no. 75, September 2015 pp. 24-32.

    – 'The Australian Newspaper in Canberra 1964-1967', Media International Australia, no. 157, November 2015, pp. 41-48.

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Tasma : The Life of Jessie Couvreur St Leonards : Allen and Unwin , 1994 Z468043 1994 single work biography
1995 joint winner Society of Women Writers, New South Wales, Awards Book Award for
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