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ISNI: 
0000 0001 1665 5181
Name: 
Griffin, G.
Griffin, Gabriele
Dates: 
1957-...
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Related names: 
Aitken, Lynda
Andermahr, Sonya
Aston, Elaine
Braidotti, Rosi (1954-....))
Buikema, Rosemarie (1956-...)
Kalman, Hildur
Lykke, Nina (1949-...)
Potter, Lois D.
Roseneil, Sasha (1966-....))
Sheffield Academic Press
University of Leicester
University of York
Women's Studies Network (UK) Association
Women's Theatre Group
Titles: 
Changing our lives : doing women's studies
Contemporary Black and Asian women playwrights in Britain
Difference In View Women And Modernism
Doing women's studies employment opportunities, personal impacts and social consequences
Feminist activism in the 1990s
Gender issues in elder abuse
Heavenly love? : lesbian images in twentieth-century women's writing
Herstory, 1991:
Herstory : plays by women for women.
influence of the writings of Simone Weil in the fiction of Iris Murdoch, The
influence of the writings of Simone Weil on the fiction of Iris Murdoch
More Trans than National? Re-Thinking Transnational Feminism through Affective Orders
Outwrite : lesbianism and popular culture
Pulp and other plays
Representations of HIV and AIDS visibility blue(s)
Research Methods for English Studies
Romancing the margins? : lesbian writing in the 1990s
social politics of research collaboration
Stirring it : challenges for feminism
Straight studies modified : lesbian interventions in the academy
Subversions : playing with history in women's theatre
theatres of difference : the politics of `redistribution' and `recognition' in the plays of contemporary Black and Asian women playwrights in Britain
Theatres of Difference: The Politics of 'Redistribution' and 'Recognition'in the Plays of Contemporary Black and Asian Playwrights
Theories and methodologies in postgraduate feminist research researching differently
Thinking differently, 2002:
What Mode Marriage? Women's Partner Choice in British Asian Cultural Representation
Who's who in lesbian and gay writing
Contributed to or performed: 
FEMINIST REVIEW
WOMEN -OXFORD THEN LONDON-
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Thesis (Ph.D.)
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