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'In the 1990s Germaine Greer began recording her audio diaries. At the same time the author was attempting to find a suitable buyer for her archive. While the intention of the audio diaries was to record Greer’s past doings, she was also revealing a more private domestic side of her everyday life. The Germaine Greer Archive sits at the intersection of history and invention and tells the many stories of Germaine Greer, herself stating, ‘The archive will put matters right for posterity… supposing posterity should be interested’.'  (Publication abstract)

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    y separately published work icon Archives and Manuscripts vol. 46 no. 1 2018 13380115 2018 periodical issue

    'This issue presents a number of articles and reflections about some women’s archives from the perspectives of some archivists, activists and researchers. It addresses some major, significant and challenging archival and research projects relating to women’s archives. Most of the settings for the archives discussed in this issue could be described as ‘traditional’ archives among whose primary purposes is to support research.' (Katrina Dean Editorial introduction)

    2018
    pg. 40-44
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