Standard Name: Greer, Germaine
Birth Name: Germaine Greer
Pseudonym: Dr G.
Pseudonym: Earth Rose
Pseudonym: Rose Blight
, scholar and media person, was one of the early and most important voices in the explosion of feminist theory and action in the 1970s. She also worked in journalism and published a satirical gardening column. She has written academic literary history, and monographs of social analysis on a number of burning topics: population control, the status of women, international relations between rich and poor countries, and environmental damage and conservation. has founded and run a journal devoted to the study of women's writing. Her editorial production includes a ground-breaking anthology of seventeenth-century women's poetry, as well as collected works by individual early female poets, and broader poetry selections. Her book about discovering her father's mysterious past combines biography with autobiography.
Greer, Germaine. “’Backward springs’: The Self-Invention of Martha Moulsworth”. "The Muses Females Are": Martha Moulsworth and Other Women Writers of the English Renaissance, edited by Robert C. Evans and Anne C. Little, Locust Hill, 1995, pp. 3-8.
Greer, Germaine, editor. 101 Poems by 101 Women. Faber and Faber, 2001.
Greer, Germaine. “A biodegradable art. Changing fashions in anthologies of women’s poetry”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 4813, pp. 7-8.
Philips, Katherine. Collected Works. Editors Thomas, Patrick, Germaine Greer, and R. Little, Stump Cross Books, 1993.
Greer, Germaine. Daddy, We Hardly Knew You. Hamish Hamilton, 1989.
Greer, Germaine. Daddy, We Hardly Knew You. Penguin, 1990.
Greer, Germaine. “Doomed to Sincerity”. London Review of Books, pp. 9-11.
Greer, Germaine. “Editorial Conundra in the Texts of Katherine Philips”. Editing Women, edited by Ann M. Hutchison, University of Toronto Press, 1998, pp. 79-100.
Greer, Germaine. “Fellini wanted to cast me in Casanova. We ended up in bed together”. The Guardian, p. G2 22.
Greer, Germaine, and Emmeline Pankhurst. “Foreword”. Freedom or death, Guardian News and Media, 2007.
Pankhurst, Emmeline, and Germaine Greer. Freedom or death. Guardian News and Media, 2007.
Greer, Germaine. “Grandmother’s footsteps”. The Guardian, pp. Review 2 - 4.
Greer, Germaine. “Horror like Thunder”. London Review of Books, pp. 22-4.
Wharton, Anne. “Introduction”. The Surviving Works of Anne Wharton, edited by Germaine Greer and Selina Hastings, Stump Cross Books, 1997, pp. 1-124.
Philips, Katherine. “Introduction and Textual Notes”. The Collected Works of Katherine Philips, the Matchless Orinda, Volume III: The Translations, edited by Germaine Greer and R. Little, Stump Cross Books, 1993, p. ix - xxi.
Greer, Germaine, Susan Hastings, Jeslyn Medoff, and Melinda Sansone, editors. Kissing the Rod. Virago, 1988.
Greer, Germaine. On Rape. Melbourne University Publishing, 2018.
Greer, Germaine, editor. Poems for Gardeners. Virago, 2003.
Greer, Germaine. Sex and Destiny. Harper and Row, 1984.
Greer, Germaine. Shakespeare’s Wife. Bloomsbury, 2007.
Greer, Germaine. Slip-Shod Sibyls. Viking, 1995.
Greer, Germaine. Slip-Shod Sibyls. Penguin, 1996.
Greer, Germaine. The Boy. Thames and Hudson, 2003.
Greer, Germaine. The Change. Hamish Hamilton, 1991.
Greer, Germaine. The Change. Penguin, 1992.