Rebecca jennings is arc future fellow in the department of modern history at macquarie university she has published widely on australian and british lesbian history and is the author of tomboys and bachelor girls a lesbian history of post war britain 1945 71 and a lesbian history of britain love and sex between women since 1500. Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied. Unnamed desires is not a sociological study but a historical one if it does not tell all possible stories it tells the one that it does with sensitivity nuance and rigor if it does not tell all possible stories it tells the one that it does with sensitivity nuance and rigor. Unnamed desires presents a unique and unmatched insight into the lives of lesbians in australia during a critical period of social change throughout the book jennings includes testimonies from women interviewed providing a rich archive of oral history that many others will be able to draw on in reflecting upon lesbian life in australia. The first in depth study of female same sex desire in twentieth century australia unnamed desires explores the compelling stories of ordinary women who struggled to build lives and express their love for other women in a hostile society
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