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Marcus, Julie (1944 - )

Born
26 July 1944
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Occupation
Anthropologist and Academic

Summary

Marcus's doctoral research was on the impact of Islam on the lives of Turkish women. She has published articles on racism, gender and sexuality in Australian culture. Also Marcus research interests include the Arrernte opposition to the damming of the Todd River in Alice Springs as well as collecting material on the life of Olive Pink.
(Source: Australian Garden History.)

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