School of Humanities
Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics
Clare Parker is a graduate of the University of Adelaide. She has researched the social and political history of Australia, with a particular interest in South Australia during the 1950s to 1970s.
Clare is currently working as Project Officer and researcher on a project titled 'People, Places and Promises: Social Histories of Holden in Australia', a history of Holden's workers and workplace culture.
Clare also teaches history courses 'Australia and the World' and 'Migrants and the Making of Modern Australia'.
Date Institution name Country Title University of Adelaide Australia PhD University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Arts (Honours) University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Music Studies
Year Citation 2020 Sheldon, S., O'Neill, J., Parker, C., & Davis, G. (2020). ‘Too much, too indigestible, too fast’? The decades of struggle for abortion law reform in Northern Ireland. Modern Law Review, 83(4), 761-796.
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2019 Sheldon, S., Davis, G., O'Neill, J., & Parker, C. (2019). The Abortion Act (1967): A biography. Legal Studies, 39(1), 18-35.
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2018 Parker, C. M. (2018). Before the Refrain: The Personal and the Political in South Australia's Sexual Revolution. Australian Feminist Studies, 33(95), 114-128.
2014 Parker, C. (2014). A parliament's right to choose: abortion law reform in South Australia. History Australia, 11(2), 60-79.
2013 Parker, C. (2013). Female complaints and certain events: silencing abortion discourse. Lilith, 19, 32-45. 2012 Parker, C. (2012). From immorality to public health: Thalidomide and the debate for legal abortion in Australia. Social History of Medicine, 25(4), 863-880.
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