||The Lilith Collective grew from a fourth year undergraduate seminar 'Women and the Family in American and Australian Society 1788- 1980' conducted in the History Department of the University of Melbourne in 1983. With encouragement from the Department the seminar papers were published as 'Lilith: a Women's History Journal' No.1, Winter 1984. By 1985 the Collective affirmed its committment to feminist informed history and changed the Journal's name accordingly. The Collective has funded the Journal and gathered articles by organising feminist history conferences. Membership of the Collective has passed between post- graduate feminist history students at the major Melbourne Universities.
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