Fiona Paisley

Dr Fiona Paisley is Deputy Director of the Centre for Public Culture and Ideas, Griffith University.

She is the author of Loving Protection? Australian Feminism and Aboriginal Women’s Rights, 1919-1939, and numerous articles on gender, internationalism, and settler colonial history.


Into self-imposed exile

ReviewIN 1929, ANTHONY Martin Fernando, an Aborigine, appeared at the Old Bailey in London charged with attempted assault. He admitted to brandishing a pistol at a white man, claiming self-defence. In his address to the court, Fernando embraced the...

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