Jalland, Pat 1941–

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Jalland, Pat 1941–

(Patricia Jalland)

PERSONAL: Born August 18, 1941, in Manchester, England; daughter of George Hoffman (an engineer) and Esther (Darbyshire) Case. Education: University of Bristol, B.A. (with honors), 1963; King's College, London, postgraduate certificate in education, 1964; University of Toronto, M.A., 1969, Ph.D., 1976.

ADDRESSES: Office—History Program, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, Canberra 0200, Australia. E-mail[email protected]

CAREER: Cambridge University, Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge, England research fellow, 1973–76; University of London, University College, London, England, special lecturer in history, 1974–75; Curtin University, Perth, Australia, lecturer, 1976–81, senior lecturer in history, 1981–83; Australian National University, Canberra, senior research fellow in history at Research School of Social Sciences, 1983–86; Murdoch University, Murdoch, Australia, senior lecturer, 1986–88, associate professor of history, 1988–96; Australian National University, senior research fellow, 1991–92, professor of history, 1997–.

MEMBER: Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (fellow), Royal Historical Society (fellow).

AWARDS, HONORS: Western Australia Literary Award, 1986, for Women, Marriage, and Politics; New South Wales Premier's Award for History, 1997, for Death in the Victorian Family.

WRITINGS:

The Liberals and Ireland: The Ulster Question in British Politics to 1914, St. Martin's Press (New York, NY), 1980.

Women, Marriage, and Politics, 1860–1914, Clarendon Press (Oxford, England), 1986.

(Editor, with John P. Hooper) Women from Birth to Death: The Female Life Cycle in Britain, 1830–1914, Humanities (Atlantic Highlands, NJ), 1986.

(Editor) Octavia Wilberforce: The Autobiography of a Pioneer Woman Doctor, Cassell (London, England), 1989.

Death in the Victorian Family, Oxford University Press (New York, NY), 1996.

Australian Ways of Death: A Social and Cultural History, 1840–1918, Oxford University Press (New York, NY), 2002.

Changing Ways of Death in 20th Century Australia: Death, War, and Medicine, University of New South Wales Press (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia), 2006.

Contributor to books, including Experiencing Women's Past, Allen & Unwin, 1984; and Death, Ritual, and Bereavement, Routledge (New York, NY), 1989. Contributor to history journals.

WORK IN PROGRESS: Death and Grief in War and Peace, for Oxford University Press (New York, NY), completion expected in 2007; A History of Old Age in Australia.

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:

PERIODICALS

Albion, spring, 1998, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 153.

American Historical Review, April, 1981; April, 1989, Susan Kingsley Kent, review of Women, Marriage, and Politics, 1860–1914, p. 445; June, 1998, Nancy Fix Anderson, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 886; June, 2003, Kate Darian-Smith, review of Australian Ways of Death: A Social and Cultural History, 1840–1918, pp. 817-818.

Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, November, 1981, William M. Simons, review of The Liberals and Ireland: The Ulster Question in British Politics to 1914, p. 203.

Australian Book Review, May, 2002, review of Australian Ways of Death, p. 19.

Australian Journal of Politics and History, Volume 27, number 3, 1981; Volume 33, number 3, 1987.

British Book News, February, 1981, review of The Liberals and Ireland, p. 81.

Bulletin of the History of Medicine, Volume 72, number 3, 1998.

Catholic Historical Review, April, 1998, Richard J. Janet, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 358.

Choice, January, 1981, review of The Liberals and Ireland, p. 712; October, 1987, review of Women, Marriage, and Politics, 1860–1914, p. 367; September, 1997, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 202; March, 2003, W.W. Reinhardt, review of Australian Ways of Death, p. 1238.

Contemporary Review, August, 1997, James Munson, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 105.

Daily Telegraph, November 2, 1996.

English Historical Review, April, 1983, review of The Liberals and Ireland, p. 453; October, 1987, Olive Checkland, review of Women, Marriage, and Politics, 1860–1914, p. 981; November, 1998, John Wolffe, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 1349.

Historical Studies, April, 1982.

Historische Zeitschrift, Volume 265, number 2, October, 1997.

History: Journal of the Historical Association, June, 1988, Angela V. John, review of Women, Marriage, and Politics, 1860–1914, p. 342.

History: Review of New Books, February, 1981, review of The Liberals and Ireland, p. 104.

History Today, April, 1981, John Turner, review of The Liberals and Ireland, p. 51; July, 1990, Linda Walker, review of Women, Marriage, and Politics, 1860–1914, p. 55; October, 1996, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 58; June, 1997, Shiela Rowbotham, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 52.

International History Review, May, 1982.

Irish Historical Studies, May, 1982.

Journal of Contemporary History, July, 2000, Julie-Marie Strange, "Death and Dying: Old Themes and New Directions," p. 491.

Journal of Family History, April, 1998, George Robb, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 210.

Journal of Modern History, June, 1982, review of The Liberals and Ireland, p. 350; June, 1990, Dina M. Copelman, review of Women, Marriage, and Politics, 1860–1914, p. 315; June, 1999, Michael Dintenfass, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 460.

Journal of Religious History, June, 2005, review of Australian Ways of Death.

Journal of the Australian Catholic Historical Society (annual), 2002, Siobhan Lavelle, review of Australian Ways of Death, p. 78.

Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, June, 1998, Robert Nicol, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 100; December, 2002, Lisa Murray, review of Australian Ways of Death, p. 211.

Journal of Women's History, autumn, 1999, Steven Conn, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 230.

Literary Review, January, 1997.

London Review of Books, January 21, 1988, review of Women, Marriage, and Politics, 1860–1914, p. 23; March 6, 1997, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 31.

Social History, May, 1988.

Social History of Medicine, Volume 11, number 2, August, 1998.

Spectator, February 14, 1981, review of The Liberals and Ireland, p. 22; November 9, 1996, D.J. Taylor, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 48.

Times (London, England), January 1, 1987.

Times Higher Education Supplement, January 16, 1981; February 7, 1997, Peter Rawlings, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 21.

Times Literary Supplement, April 10, 1987, review of Women, Marriage, and Politics, 1860–1914, p. 375; June 2, 1989, Anne Summer, review of Octavia Wilberforce: The Autobiography of a Pioneer Woman Doctor, p. 606; November 29, 1996, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 30.

Victorian Studies, autumn, 1987, review of Women from Birth to Death: The Female Life Cycle in Britain, 1830–1914, p. 118; autumn, 1988, review of Women, Marriage, and Politics, 1860–1914, p. 115; autumn, 1989, Jessica Gerard, review of Women from Birth to Death, p. 184; autumn, 1997, John R. Gillis, review of Death in the Victorian Family, p. 131; winter, 2004, Allan Kellehear, review of Australian Ways of Death, p. 340.