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Gayle Greene

Gayle Greene

Gayle Greene is Professor of English at Scripps College. She is the author of The Woman Who Knew Too Much: Alice Stewart and the Secrets of Radiation, a biography of pioneering British radiation epidemiologist and anti-nuclear guru Alice Stewart, and  “Alice Stewart and Richard Doll:  Reputation and the Shaping of Scientific ‘Truth’,” Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, autumn 2011, 504-31.

Her work has been published in scholarly journals such as SignsContemporary Literature, and Renaissance Drama, and in popular venues such as Ms Magazine, The NationThe Women's Review of Books, and In These Times. [email protected]

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Gayle Greene

Gayle Greene

Gayle Greene is Professor of English at Scripps College. She is the author of The Woman Who Knew Too Much: Alice Stewart and the Secrets of Radiation, a biography of pioneering British radiation epidemiologist and anti-nuclear guru Alice Stewart, and  “Alice Stewart and Richard Doll:  Reputation and the Shaping of Scientific ‘Truth’,” Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, autumn 2011, 504-31.

Her work has been published in scholarly journals such as SignsContemporary Literature, and Renaissance Drama, and in popular venues such as Ms Magazine, The NationThe Women's Review of Books, and In These Times. [email protected]