Greer, Germaine (1939-)

Also known as
Greer, G. (Germaine) (1939-)
Greer, Germaine
Greer, Germaine, (Dr, Professor) (1939-)
Greer, Germaine, (Emeritus Professor)
Greer, Germaine, (Emeritus Professor) (1939-)
Field of activity
Academic; Feminist; Writer; Actor; Authors; Feminists; Academics - English; Journalists; Producer
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http://nla.gov.au/anbd.aut-an35149263
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https://nla.gov.au/nla.party-479330

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Germaine Greer is an Actor who is mentioned in 2 events in the AusStage database

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Germaine Greer established her international reputation as a feminist through the publication of in 1970. As an academic her expertise was in English Literature, having completed a MA thesis on Byron at Sydney University and a PhD on Shakespeare at Cambridge University in 1967. While in London, she wrote for the radical paper , espousing controversial views on the nature of feminism in that period. She has continued to contribute to the feminist debate from a libertarian perspective, but it is difficult to categorise her feminist position. In 2003, Professor Greer received an Honorary Doctor of Laws from the University of Melbourne. She received a Doctor of Letters (honoris causa) from the University of Sydney in 2005.

Germain Greer was born in Melbourne, Australia on January 29, 1939. She was educated in Gardenvale at Star of the Sea College, a private convent school. In 1956, she was awarded a scholarship to enrol at the University of Melbourne where she graduated with a bachelor's degree in English and French literature and language.

After finishing university in Melbourne, Greer relocated to Sydney where she eventually received a Master's degree in Romantic Poetry from the University of Sydney. Arguably, her experiences beyond university were just as important to the development of her thinking. She joined the bohemian Sydney Push movement and drifted into a series of beliefs that were anarchic and communist, identifying with each as a variant Marxist.

Germaine Greer's Master's thesis would earn her a Commonwealth Scholarship, which she used to pay for her doctoral studies at the University of Cambridge. While in England, she joined the all women, Newnham College. She also joined the amateur acting group, the Cambridge Footlights. This group helped connect Germaine Greer to the world of art and media production in London.

Greer began writing under the pseudonym Rose Blight for , a satirical magazine. She also wrote under the pseudonym Dr. G. for the magazine.

In 1970, she published a call to arms that condemned gender-encoded norms and society's expectations that women should live vicariously through men. It caused a sensation in Britain, the United States and Australia, and thereafter was forever being reprinted and translated. She is a vehement opponent of women who ape men and join their hierarchies to become 'sisters in suits'. 'If women can see no future apart from joining the masculine elite on its own terms, our civilization will become more destructive than ever'.

Greer has written prolifically about the obstacles placed in front of women writers and artists, as they have attempted to pursue their careers. She chronicles the minor role of women poets in and offers an anthology of female artists in She continues to publish in the popular press about things that matter. In recent years, she has become very outspoken about environmental matters. In her address to open Perth Writer's Festival in 2012, entitled 'Eco-Feminism Then and Now', she issued an environmental call to arms to women everywhere, to act to 'stem the tide of eco-side'. Women, she said, had historically been at the forefront of the environmental movement but Greer called for the women of today to do more and follow the unlikely example of the growing activism of the Country Women's Association against coal seam gas projects in Queensland and New South Wales.

Greer now divides her time between her property in the Gold Coast hinterland in Southern Queensland and the UK, where she holds an emeritus professorship in literature at the University of Warwick.

  • Inducted into the Victorian Honour Roll of Women

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Germaine Greer, author, journalist, broadcaster, feminist and conservationist was born in Melbourne, Australia on January 29, 1939. She was educated at Star of the Sea College, Gardenvale, studied English and French literature and language at the University of Melbourne, (BA Hons) and graduated MA (Hons I) from the University of Sydney with a thesis on Byron s satiric verse, and was a Senior Tutor in English (1963-1964). Greer earned a PhD from the University of Cambridge on Shakespeare s Early Comedies and was appointed Lecturer at the University of Warwick (1967-1972). Greer was one of the first women appointed full members of Cambridge University Footlights Dramatic Club and subsequently played roles in comedies for television, with regular appearances on radio and television continuing throughout her career. A contributor and editor for the underground press Oz and Suck magazines, Greer was also a gardening columnist Rose Blight for Private Eye in the late 1960s and 1970s. Greer has written widely throughout her career for the mainstream press as a journalist, columnist and reviewer. In 1970 Greer published The Female Eunuch, which explored the limitations on women s lives and selves in the wider context of the liberation movements of that time. It created a shock wave of recognition in women around the world, became an international bestseller and a landmark in the history of the women s movement and was reprinted and widely translated. This launched Greer s career as an author and was followed by a series of popular and academic books including: The Obstacle Race: The Fortunes of Women Painters and their Work 1979 , Sex and Destiny: The Politics of Human Fertility 1984, Shakespeare 1986, The Madwoman s Underclothes selected journalism 1964-1985 1986, Kissing the Rod: An Anthology of Seventeenth Century Women s Verse, coedited 1988, Daddy we hardly knew you (1989), The Uncollected Verse of Aphra Behn (Ed.) 1989, The Change: Women Ageing and the Menopause 1991, The Collected Works of Katherine Philips: The Matchless Orinda (vol. III The Translations) with Dr R. Little 1993, Slip-Shod Sibyls: Recognition Rejection and the Women Poet 1995, The Surviving Works of Anne Wharton (ed. with S. Hastings) 1997, The Whole Woman 1999, John Wilmot Earl of Rochester 1999, 101 Poems by 101 Women (ed.) 2001, The Boy (2003), Poems for Gardeners (Ed. 2003), Whitefella Jump Up: The Shortest Way to Nationhood (Quarterly Essay) 2003-2004, Shakespeare s Wife 2007, On Rage 2008, and White Beech 2013. Greer is in addition the publisher of several volumes of seventeenth century women s writing under the imprint Stump Cross Books. Greer taught at the Universities of Tulsa (1979-1983) and Warwick (c. 1989-2003). She is the president of the invertebrate charity Buglife and the founder of Friends of Gondwana Rainforest charity which manages the Cave Creek Rainforest Rehabilitation Scheme in Southern Queensland. In 2013 Greer sold her archive to the University of Melbourne, with proceeds to benefit Friends of Gondwana. Greer is the recipient of numerous scholarships, honours and awards. Source: Who s Who in Australia.

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  3. Use Other Entrance
    Greer, Germaine (Actor)
    [1962-05-01]
    A performance staged at the Union Theatre, Camperdown, NSW
  4. A Revue of the Absurd
    Greer, Germaine (Actor)
    [1963-03-28]
    A performance staged at the Union Theatre, Camperdown, NSW

Australian Women's Register

  1. Greer, Germaine
    Published: National Foundation for Australian Women
    Series: IspartOf The Australian Women's Register
  2. The Encyclopedia of Women and Leadership in Twentieth-Century Australia
    Smart, Judith and Swain, Shurlee (eds.)
    [2014]
    Published: Australian Women's Archives Project
  3. Greer Kicks Off Writers Festival
    Bevis, Stephen
    [2012]
    Series: IspartOf The West Australian
  4. Germaine Greer: A Portrait
    Quilty, Ben
    [2013]
    Series: IspartOf Meanjin
  5. Professor Germaine Greer
    University of Sydney
    [2005]
    Published: University of Sydney
    Series: IspartOf University of Sydney News
  6. The Liberating of Germaine Greer
    Keavney, Kay
    [1972]
    Series: IspartOf The Australian Women's Weekly
  7. Germaine Greer Biography
    [2012]
    Series: IspartOf European Graduate School WebsiteEuropean Graduate School
  8. Publication of Germaine Greer's The Female Eunuch
    [2012]
    Published: ABC Online
    Series: IspartOf 80 Days that Changed Our LivesABC Online
  9. The obstacle race: the fortunes of women painters and their work
    Greer, Germaine
    [London]
    Published: Secker & Warburg
  10. The change: women, aging and the menopause
    Greer, Germaine
    [London]
    Published: Hamish Hamilton
  11. Sex and destiny : the politics of human fertility
    Greer, Germaine
    [London]
    Published: Secker & Warburg
  12. The female eunuch
    Greer, Germaine
    [London]
    Published: MacGibbon & Kee
  13. Australian Feminism: A Companion
    Caine, Barbara, Gatens, Moira et al.
    [Melbourne]
    Published: Oxford University Press
  14. [Biographical cuttings on Germaine Greer, containing one or more cuttings from newspapers or journals]
    Series: National Library of Australia
    Bib ID 377748
  15. Julia Trubridge-Freebury further papers, 1960s-2004
    [0.75 m, 5 boxes : 1960s - 2004s]
    Series: Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
    This collection documents Julia Trubridge-Freebury's role as a prominent activist for women's rights, particularly with regard to abortion but also other causes including her work with the Women's Electoral Lobby and Dying with Dignity. The collection comprises printed material (newscuttings, newsletters, journal articles, leaflets and flyers) and correspondence. BOX 1 Papers relating to debate on abortion at Sydney Town Hall featuring Germaine Greer, 2 March 1972, including transcripts of Greer's speech, and fellow debaters Dr Clark, Mr Smith, Mr Webb, and questioners Vol.4 No.5 Pol magazine, edited by Germain Greer Various correspondence between Julia Freebury and American doctors Leo F Kenneally, and J F Griggs relating to methods for terminating pregnancies, and possibility of acquiring property on Oxford Street for set up of small hospital nursing home Correspondence with the Therapeutic Goods Administration, Minister for Aged, Family and Health Services, Children by Choice Association, Rousel Uclaf, The Worcester Centre for Experimental Biology, Australian Drug Evaluation Committee, relating to the drug RU486 Invitation to Senators and MPs to a breakfast meeting with Professor Etienne-Emile Baulieu at Parliament house, 15 November 1990; invitation to lecture 'The international politics of RU486 at Monash University, 16 November 1990 Character references from Judge Elizabeth Evatt (Chief Judge, Family Court of Australia), J F Staples (Deputy President, Australian Conciliation and Arbitration Commission), Paul Stein QC Correspondence from W G Keighley Thank you letter from Louis Wald Letters from Trubridge-Freebury to Professor R P Ralston, T J Connolly (The Catholic Institute of Sydney); Justice H T Gibbs; Justice E A McTiernan; Justice A F Mason; Sir Garfield Barwick Various typescript letters relating to the Abortion Law Repeal Association Various letters to Trubridge-Freebury from people responding to her letter to the editor in The Australian, 30 March 1983, disagreeing with her views Various newspaper cuttings relating to abortion Copies of articles relating to abortion from POL, and Cosmopolitan magazines Letters written by Trubridge-Freebury attempting to get in contact with Cosmopolitan magazine journalist Correspondence between Trubridge-Freebury and Beatrice Faust (Co-founder of Women's Electoral Lobby) relating to laws on abortion in Australia, various medical procedures for termination of pregnancies, the Women's Abortion Action Campaign (WAAC), various private clinics and practitioners in Sydney Notes and correspondence relating to Dr Ackerman Registration of trademark 'Children by Choice' Letters to and responses from MPs, conference organisers, and public figures relating to abortion and euthanasia laws in Australia BOX 2 Copies of article 'The Death of Compassion' from The VE Bulletin, July 1997 Copies of articles relating to euthanasia from The Australian 28-19 March 1997 Wel-Informed newsletter, issues 135-136, 142 The Australian Humanist No.23, Spring 1972 Various published articles and letters to the editor relating to euthanasia, suicide, and The Women's Electoral Lobby Various cuttings and copies of articles on suicide, and AIDS 1978-1995 Various writings on euthanasia, ca 1994 Various correspondence and papers relating to abortion, vasectomies, and contraception Issues of Breaking chains : the newspaper of ALRA, the Abortion Law Reform Association Lists of MPs and other people Trubridge-Freebury considered seeking to influence and lobby Letters thanking Trubridge-Freebury for assistance How to vote card for Julia Freebury Independent Candidate for South Coast BOX 3 Various newspaper cuttings relating to the Abortion Law Reform Association (ALRA) and abortion laws; Opus Dei; Phyllis Schlafly Mejane : a womens liberation newspaper, May 1971 Newsletter Jessie Street National Women's Library Vol.15 No.2, July 2004 Various newspaper cuttings relating to euthanasia Typescript manuscript titled 'Reflections on the women involved in lobbying for abortion repeal' Pamphlets and flyers relating to abortion laws in NSW Manuscript letter to the editor of The Australian, 1979 Certificate of registration for 'Woollahra Abortion Advice Care Centre & Referral', 15 February 1979 Letters proposing new line of condoms 'Children by Choice' Exercise book containing appointments and records of meetings, 1991-1999 Cutting of newspaper article relating to Freebury's defection from the Australian Democrats Letters written by Trubridge-Freebury advocating change to abortion laws Various hand written notes by Trubridge-Freebury 'I had one too: an oral history of abortion in South Australia before 1970' by Barbara Baird, 1990 Correspondence with George Petersen, former Labor MP, 1992 'The inadequacies of Australian Abortion Law' by Natasha Cica, September 1990 Issue of The Australian Women's Weekly, 7 May 1990, containing article concerning abortion Correspondence and papers relating to The Preterm Foundation Children by Choice interview sheet containing questions for clients BOX 4 Memo book containing names and telephone numbers Various newspaper cuttings and copies of articles related to abortion 'Right to choose womens health action magazine' Poster and pamphlet for electoral candidate for Bligh, Bridget Gilling, 1971 Copy of leaflet 'Hitler was anti abortion, Stalin was anti abortion', 1969 Papers relating to Abortion Law Repeal Association, 1991 Correspondence with Australian Medical Association, Doctor's Reform Society of NSW, Royal Commission of Human Relationships, Legislative Council NSW, Registrar's Office District Court Correspondence relating to RU486 Papers from Fourth International Conference on Medical Abortion, 17-18 November 1990 Copies of submission from Peter J Huntingford to the 'Royal Commission in New Zealand on Contraception, Sterilization, and Abortion', 1976 BOX 5 Two scrapbooks titled 'ALRA [Abortion Law Reform Association]' containing cuttings of articles relating to abortion, 1984-1992
    MLMSS 9698
  16. Dale Spender - papers, 1972-1995
    [5.2 m : 1972 - 1995]
    Series: State Library of New South Wales
    I. Diary and address book 1989, undated; Appointments diary for 1989 and note book containing addresses and telephone numbers (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/1) II. Correspondence 1. Personal correspondence 1977-1984, 1988; Letters from Lynne Spender to Dale Spender and copies of letters from Dale Spender to Lynne Spender. RESTRICTED (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/1-2) 1976-1984, 1987-1990; 'Family letters'. Correspondents include Dale Spender's parents and other family members. RESTRICTED (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/3) 1980s-1994; Cards. Mainly birthday and Christmas cards received. RESTRICTED (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/4) 2. Professional correspondence 1988; 'Early Feminist Writers' Correspondence'. Correspondents include Janet Turner Hospital. RESTRICTED (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/5) 1987-1988; 'Women 1988'. RESTRICTED (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/5) 1988-1992; Correspondence with Cheris Kramarae. RESTRICTED (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/5) 1990-1992; Correspondence with Lisa Bellear. RESTRICTED (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/5) 1987-1995; General correspondence mainly concerning conferences, workshops, feminist organisations, talks, publications etc. Correspondents include Nancy Cato (1988, 1990), Beth Yahp (1991), and Thea Astley (1992). RESTRICTED (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/6-7) III. Literary Manuscripts 1. Books 1979; 'Man made language' (1980). Draft (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/8) 1972-1988; 'There has always been a womens' movement this century' (1983). Draft chapter on Rebecca West, correspondence with Rebecca West's secretary, newscuttings. (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/8) 1986-1989; 'The writing or the sex?' (1989). Notebook, drafts and correspondence. Correspondents include Marilyn French. (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/8-9) 1985-1989; 'British women writers' (1989). Research materials including articles and biographical and bibliographical information. (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/10) 1983-1991; 'Diary of Elizabeth Pepys (1991). Proposal, drafts, notes and book jackets. Also includes photocopies of two books: 1. The diary of Mrs Pepys by John Harold Wilson, 1934. 2. The private life of Mr Pepys by F.D. Ponsonby, 1960. (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/11) 1986-1990; 'Knowledge explosion' (1991). Notes & drafts, correspondence with contributors, editorial correspondence, correspondence with co-editor Cheris Kramarae, Pro-forma materials, manuscript enquiries, proofs. (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/12) 1990-1991; 'Life lines' (1992). Correspondence, proofs, notes, 'articles on women', transcripts and photocopies of letters and diaries of 19th century women, photographs for the book. (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/13-14) 1989-92; 'International encyclopaedia of women's studies' (unpublished). Correspondence. (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/15-16) 1990-1991; 'Heroines' (1991). Notes, draft of introduction, editorial correspondence, autobiographies of contributors with associated correspondence. Correspondents include Barbara Hanrahan, Janette Turner Hospital, Barbara Jefferis, Elizabeth Jolley, Finola Moorhead, Elizabeth Riddell, Judith Rodriguez and Beth Yahp. (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/17) 1992-1994; 'Weddings and wives' (1994). Proposal, contracts, biographies of contributors, correspondence with contributors, correspondence with Rosemary Tribe, drafts, corrected proofs. Correspondents include Debra Adelaide, Jill Ker Conway, Anna-Maria Dell'oso, Yasmine Gooneratne, Kerry Greenwood, Germaine Greer, Marion Halligan, Gillian Mears, Dorothy Porter, Rosie Scott and Nadia Wheatley. (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/18-20) 1993-1995; 'Nattering on the net'. Drafts, notes, research material including articles and conference papers. (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/21-22) 2. Articles and Talks 1982-1993; Articles, talks, lectures, forewords and book reviews. Drafts and published works. Includes 'West Coast Tour 1989' comprising drafts of talks, promotional material, schedules and information sheets. (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/23-24) IV. 'Pandora Press' 1984-1991; Seven of a collection of thirteen stories on the pleasures and iniquities of intellectual life; typescript of 'Feminism - a reader' by Maggie Humm; stories by Susan Hawthorne and other writers. (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/25) V. 'Lynne's writings' undated; Drafts of two untitled works by Lynne Spender (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/26) VI. Photographs undated; Black & white portraits of Dale Spender and one colour portrait (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/26) VII. Printed material 1987-1994, undated; Brochures, flyers, book jackets, catalogues, programmes etc. Book: The lady down the road by Jill Morris (1994), inscribed by the author. (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/26) VIII. Newscuttings 1977-1993; Articles about Dale Spender and feminism and reviews of her books (Call No.: ML MSS 6274/28, 29, 30X) IX. Audio material 1995; Cassette tape recorded by the ABC. Dale Spender: The words to say it (Call No.: MLOH 258/1)
    MLMSS 6274; MLOH 258
  17. Women's Electoral Lobby
    [0.12 m, 1 box : 1972 - 1974]
    Series: The University of Melbourne Archives
    Speaker's diary 1973 (shows date, location, group to be addressed and name of speaker/s); membership and other form blanks; newsletters; car sticker; correspondence; Photographs by Julie Millowick, press photo of Germain Greer
    1988.0084

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  1. Germaine Greer interview
    Greer, Germaine, 1939-
    [ Video : 1979 ]
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  2. Germaine Greer and her childhood / Germaine Greer
    Greer, Germaine, 1939-
    [ Sound : 1989 ]
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  3. [Germaine Greer : Art & Artist Files (Australia and New Zealand)]
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  4. [Germaine Greer interviewed in 1972
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  5. Germaine Greer in conversation with Dr. Anthony Clare
    Greer, Germaine, 1939-
    [ Sound : 1990 ]
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  6. The whole woman by Germain Greer : notes / by Llewellyn Johns
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    [ Book : 2001 ]
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  7. Second thoughts
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  8. Viaggio intorno al padre / Germaine Greer
    Greer, Germaine, 1939-
    [ Book : 1990 ]
    Languages: English;Italian, [1 other]
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  9. Bent u nog feministisch? : essays en artikelen / Germaine Greer
    Greer, Germaine, 1939-
    [ Book : 1989 ]
    Languages: Dutch
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  1. Germaine
    Tribune (Sydney, NSW : 1939 - 1976) Tuesday 27 June 1972 p 2 Article
    ... . Germaine Greer's book The Eunuch explains this in detail, showing that a eunuch must be free, so that ... Germaine Women's liberation is something that everybody needs. It is the most important part of ... 85 words
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  2. Squatters tackle Germaine Greer
    The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995) Saturday 25 August 1973 p 6 Article Illustrated
    ... Dr Greer Squatters tackle Germaine Greer LONDON, Friday (AAP). — A group of squatters threatened ... yesterday to use force to avoid eviction from a house in London owned by women's liberationist. Dr Germaine ... 160 words
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  3. GERMAINE GREER TALKS
    The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) Wednesday 24 November 1971 p 24 Article Illustrated
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  3. CLASSIC LNL: Germaine Greer
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  1. PAPERS OF GERMAINE GREER, SECOND TRANCHE
    Greer, Germaine
    [ Unpublished ]
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    Greer, Germaine
    [ Unpublished : 1968 ]
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  1. Germaine Greer : portrait sitter file
    Greer, Germaine
    [ Book : 1900 ]
    At Nat Portrait Gall
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  2. Once an Australian : Journeys with Barry Humphries, Clive James, Germaine Greer and Robert Hughes
    Britain, Ian
    [ Book : 1997 ]
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  3. Lysistrate und die NATO : Komodie. Mit einer Studie, Frauen und Mutter, Bachofen und Germaine Greer / Rolf Hochhuth
    Hochhuth, Rolf, 1931-
    [ Book : 1973 ]
    Languages: German
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  4. No return ticket / Clyde Packer interviews nine famous Australian expatriates
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  2. Whatever happened to Germaine Greer
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    Australian Women's Weekly
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    Documents collected for the research project '"Conservatively progressive": The Australian Women's Weekly and the depiction of the female experience, 1942-1960'. Project undertaken for Master of Histo...

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  1. REGISTER OF NURSES AS AT 31st DECEMBER, 1939.
    Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001) Tuesday 13 August 1940 [Issue No.111 (SUPPLEMENT)] p 3381

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  2. COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA. Trading with the Enemy Act 1939-1940. DECLARATION BY THE MINISTER. DECLARATION No. 16.
    Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973) Thursday 3 February 1944 [Issue No.25] p 231

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  3. COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA. Trading with the Enemy Act 1939-1940. DECLARATION BY THE MINISTER. DECLARATION No. 15.
    Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973) Tuesday 31 August 1943 [Issue No.194] p 1829

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