- B.A., M.A. University of California, Berkeley
- Ph.D. Columbia University
Research and Teaching Interests: Shakespeare, women writers, feminist criticism, creative nonfiction (memoir), health and environmental issues
Selected Research and Publications
- INSOMNIAC (U of California Press)
- THE WOMAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH: ALICE STEWART AND THE SECRETS OF RADIATION (U of Michigan Press), a biography of radiation epidemiologist and antinuclear guru Dr. Alice Stewart; introduction by Helen Caldicott
- THE POETICS OF CHANGE: THE FICTION OF DORIS LESSING (U of Michigan Press)
- CHANGING THE STORY: FEMINIST FICTION AND THE TRADITION (U of Indiana Press)
- plus numerous articles in scholarly journals, Ms. Magazine, The Nation, The Women's Review of Books
Co-edited three anthologies of feminist theory:
- CHANGING SUBJECTS: THE MAKING OF FEMINIST CRITICISM (Routledge)
- MAKING A DIFFERENCE; FEMINIST LITERARY CRITICISM (Methuen)
- THE WOMAN'S PART: FEMINIST CRITICISM OF SHAKESPEARE (U. of Illinois Press)
Manuscripts in progress:
- "MISSING PERSONS: A SILICON VALLEY MEMOIR"
Gayle Greene has published dozens of articles in scholarly journals such as Signs, Contemporary Literature, and Renaissance Drama, many of which have been reprinted in anthologies (e.g., Blackwell¹s Shakespeare: An Anthology of Criticism and Theory, 1945-2000,2004). She's also published in more popular venues such as Ms Magazine, The Nation, The Women's Review of Books, and In These Times. She's a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, a professional medical society for researchers and clinicians, and a board member and the patient representative of the American Insomnia Association, an organization within the American Academic of Sleep Medicine.