Dr Rosemary Francis is an Honorary Fellow in Historical and Philosophical Studies at the University of Melbourne. Her research interest and expertise are 20th-century Australian history, with a focus on oral, feminist and labour history. From 2011-2014, she was the state-based historian for Victoria for the Find & Connect Web Resource project at the ESRC. Prior to her work as a historian, Rosemary taught languages, politics and history at Victorian high schools for 20 years.
Francis, R [Interviewer] 2004, The Australians at War Film Archive, Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Veterans Affairs
Francis, R 2011, 'Muriel Heagney (1885–1974): Pioneering Labour Woman Leader', in Fiona Davis, Nell Musgrove and Judith Smart (eds), Founders, firsts and feminists : women leaders in twentieth-century Australia, eScholarship Research Centre, University of Melbourne
Women Research Leaders in the Australian Learned Academies, 1954–1976
Francis, R 2012, 'Women Research Leaders in the Australian Learned Academies, 1954–1976', in Rosemary Francis, Patricia Grimshaw and Ann Standish (eds), Seizing the initiative : Australian women leaders in politics, workplaces and communities, eScholarship Research Centre, The University of Melbourne, Parkville, Vic.