Areas of expertise
- Australian Government And Politics 160601
- Culture, Gender, Sexuality 200205
- Australian History (Excl. Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander History) 210303
Social movements, advocacy, political groups and participation, ethics of activism, NGOs and the state, women's services, feminist organisations, community services funding, community organising, history of feminism in Australia.
Women's services and agencies in Australia from 1970 to the present: interactive data display (http://institutionalharvest.net/), relationship with women's movement protest events (with Kirsty McLaren), evolving philosophies of practice and political capacity.
Mapping the Australian Women's Movement, ARC-funded project (now completed), details at https://cass.anu.edu.au/research/research-projects/mawm
Member of advisory panel:
Kirsty McLaren - Social movements and the state in sub-Saharan Africa: social movement identities in Liberia and Uganda (PhD project)
- Andrew, M 2015, 'Getting Pragmatic: Women's Electoral Lobby on the Continuum of Radicalism', Australian Feminist Studies, vol. 29, no. 82, pp. 366-377.
- Sawer, M & Andrew, M 2014, 'Collectivism, consensus and concepts of shared leadership in movements for social change', in Joy Damousi, Kim Rubenstein and Mary Tomsic (ed.), Diversity in Leadership : Australian women, past and present, ANU Press, Canberra, pp. 283-300.
- Andrew, M & McLaren, K 2014, 'Radical institutions and routine protest? Women's movement activism against male violence', Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference 2014, University of Sydney, Sydney Australia, pp. 1-24.
- Andrew, M 2014, 'Stretching solidarity: Unions, caring and organising', Australian Review of Public Affairs, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 1-4.
- Andrew, M 2014, 'Women's Electoral Lobby', in (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Women & Leadership in Twentieth-Century Australia, Australian Women's Archives Project 2014, Australia, pp. 1-10.
- Andrew, M & McLaren, K 2012, 'On the Streets and in the State: How Do Protest Events Relate to State Feminism?', International Political Science Association, International Political Science Association, Montreal, pp. 1-14.
- Andrew, M 2007, 'Campaigning on Work, Care and Income:Learning from Histories of Australian Women's Activism', National Conference on Women and Industrial Relations, Darwin Web Design, Darwin, pp. 1-10.
- Andrew, M 2011, 'Historical moments: The view from WEL', Australian women's non-government organisations and government - an evolving relationship?, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, Australia, pp. 1-9.
- Andrew, M 2014, Governments across Australia targeting women's services, ACTCOSS Update, Issue 67, Autumn, pp. 7-8.
- Andrew, M 2013, 'The institutional harvest: women's services and women's policy agencies', in Sarah Maddison and Marian Sawer (ed.), The Women's Movement In Protest, Institutions And the Internet: Australia in transnational perspective, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, Abingdon and New York, pp. 87-104.
- Sawer, M & Andrew, M 2013, 'Hiding in plain sight', in Sarah Maddison and Marian Sawer (ed.), The Women's Movement In Protest, Institutions And the Internet: Australia in transnational perspective, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, Abingdon and New York, pp. 70 - 86.
- Andrew, M, McLaren, K, Shaw, F et al 2013, 'Appendix: How, what and why', in Sarah Maddison and Marian Sawer (ed.), The Women's Movement In Protest, Institutions And The Internet, Routledge, London, pp. 63-74.
- Andrew, M and McLaren, K 2012, 'On the Streets and in the State: How Do Protest Events Relate to State Feminism?'. Paper to the International Political Science Association Congress, 8-12 July, Madrid.
- Andrew, M 2011, 'Meagre Harvest or Just Poorly Documented?', Australasian Political Studies Association Conference (APSA 2011), Conference Organising Committee, Canberra Australia, pp. 1-8.
- Andrew, M 2011, 'The view from WEL', paper to workshop, Australian Women's Non-government Organisations and Government: An Evolving Relationship?', 29-30 November, Australian National University.
- Andrew, M & Maddison, S 2010, 'Damaged but Determined: The Australian Women's Movement, 1996-2007', Social Movement Studies, vol. 9, no. 2, pp. 171-185.
- Andrew, M 2010, 'Women's Movement Institutionalization: The Need for New Approaches', Politics and Gender, vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 609-616.
- Andrew, M 2009, 'Legacies and Agents: Women's Movement Institutions in Australia', The Australian Sociological Association Conference, ed. Forbes-Mewett, H. Osbaldistson, N. Strong, C., Monash University, Crawfield, Vic, pp. 1-11.
- Hutchison, M & Andrew, M 2009, A Work-in-Progress: A History of the YWCA in Canberra, 1929-2009, YWCA Canberra, Canberra.
- Hutchison, M & Andrew, M 2009, A Work in Progress: A History of the YWCA of Canberra, 1929-2009, YWCA of Canberra, Canberra.
- Andrew, M 2009, 'Looking back at thinking ahead: Feminist institution-building in Australia', paper to the International Political Science Association Congress, Santiago, Chile.
- Andrew, M 2008, ''This Degrading State of Affairs': The Campaign for Women's Economic Independence', Agora, vol. 2, no. 43, pp. 9-13.
- Andrew, M 2008, 'Questioning Women's Movement 'Strategies': Australian Activism on Work and Care', Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society, vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 369-395.
- Andrew, M 2007, 'Campaigning on Work, Care and Income: Learning from Histories of Australian Women's Activism'. Proceedings of 'Our Work Our Lives' National Conference on Women and Industrial Relations, Adelaide, 20-21 Sept.
- Andrew, M 2006, 'Learning to love (the state) again? Money, legitimacy and community sector politics', Australian Journal of Social Issues, vol. 41, no. 3, SPRING 2006, pp. 313-326.
- Andrew, M 2006, 'Strategies and constraints in movements for women's economic independence: The 1920s campaign for motherhood endowment in Australia', Australasian Political Studies Association Conference (APSA 2006), ed. Conference Program Committee, University of Newcastle, Newcastle Australia, p. 22.
Women's services and agencies, Australia, 1970-2013, interactive data display
Mapping the Australian Women's Movement ARC-funded project, including working papers and reports
Hearts in Causes: The untidy and confusing parts of life as a do-gooder, activist or campaigner - vanity, hope, pride, guilt, meeting fatigue, friendship.