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Flesch, Juliet

Occupation
Author, Historian and Librarian

Summary

Juliet Flesch spent over 30 years as a librarian, first at the National Library of Australia and then for almost two decades as the foundation Principal Librarian (Collections) in the University of Melbourne Library, before turning to historical research, working mainly as a research assistant in European history. Her 2002 PhD, which examined Australian popular romance novels of the 20th century, was published in 2004 as From Australia with Love. Her subsequent books include Minding the Shop, published in 2005, a history of the University of Melbourne's Department of Property and Buildings. She has published widely in journals of librarianship and history.

Sources used to compile this entry: Flesch, Juliet, 40 Years 40 Women: Biographies of University of Melbourne Women, Published to Commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the International Year of Women, The University of Melbourne Library, 2015.

Juliet Flesch

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