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Estelle Freedman publishes in Oral History Review

Estelle Freedman, director of  the Oral History Text Analysis Project (OHTAP) at CESTA, recently published an essay in the Oral History Review titled '“Not a Word Was Said Ever Again”: Silence and Speech in Women’s Oral History Accounts of Sexual Harassment'. Drawing on a large dataset of digitized oral history collections, this essay maps women’s memories of, and responses to, sexual harassment from the late 1930s through the mid-1970s. Read Estelle's essay here, and visit the OHTAP webpage to learn more about the project.