Published 6 November 20236 November 2023 · Cartoons / History / Sport / Gender Sporty lesbians and fit feminists: a map of women’s sports in 1970s and 1980s Sydney Rosa Campbell This digital map was first made and shown at the State Library of NSW Pride Revolutions Exhibition of 2023. Go to Rosa’s companion essay. Rosa Campbell Rosa Campbell is an historian and writer. She holds a PhD in history from the University of Cambridge and is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Edinburgh. She works on the global history of feminism. She is passionate about bringing ideas to life beyond the university and writes often for a public audience recently at Overland, Meanjin, The White Review and Public Books. She also leads public history projects with cultural institutions. Much to her surprise, she is quite sporty these days. More at rosa-campbell.com. More by Rosa Campbell › Overland is a not-for-profit magazine with a proud history of supporting writers, and publishing ideas and voices often excluded from other places. If you like this piece, or support Overland’s work in general, please subscribe or donate. Related articles & Essays First published in Overland Issue 228 1 December 20231 December 2023 · History ‘We’re doing everything but treaty’: Law reform and sovereign refusal in the colonial debtscape Maria Giannacopoulos I coined the concept of the colonial debtscape while working to understand the relation between debt and sovereignty in the wake of the 2007 Global Financial crisis. Despite the referendum held in Greece in 2015 where the people voted against austerity, austerity as punishment, was imposed anyway. As this was a colonising move, that is, the imposition of an external and foreign law on local populations against their will, it was to Aboriginal scholars here that I turned to begin to put the pieces together. First published in Overland Issue 228 22 November 202324 November 2023 · Cartoons Why bring trees into this? Sofia Sabbagh Palestinians in the West Bank plant roughly 10,000 olive trees a year, to make up for the roughly 10,00 trees Israel cuts or burns every year, since 1967. People I get but why — why bring trees into this?