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'Germaine Greer is an exceptional record keeper. Since the 1950s, Greer has retained and protected papers relating to her extraordinary public and private lives and her diligence has resulted in the Germaine Greer Archive, a large, world-class collection now held by the University of Melbourne Archives. As curator of the archive, I am now the record keeper. This article explains two connections—one personal and the other institutional—that are shaping the way I think about Greer’s papers. ' (Publication abstract)

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    y separately published work icon Australian Feminist Studies vol. 31 no. 87 2016 10926660 2016 periodical issue

    'An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses articles published in the issue on topics including feminism, Germaine Greer's book "The Female Eunuch", and process of canonisation.'

    2016
    pg. 22-27
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