Greer is an Australian writer and academic of great importance in the feminist movement; her work The Female Eunuch (1970), was one of the most read and influential books of the seventies and Greer came to the forefront of discussions about the liberation of women. In her book, she criticises the mechanisms of the traditional nuclear family and advocates a revolutionary handover of power to women. Forty years afterwards, she talks about this work and its current relevance. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy from the Universities of Cambridge and Sydney.
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