- Professor in United States History
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- (650) 723-4951
Estelle Freedman is the Edgar E. Robinson Professor in U.S. History and co-founder of the undergraduate Program in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. She continues to work on the history sexual violence, including the use of oral history testimony. She is currently co-producing a historical documentary film “Singing for Justice: Faith Petric and the Folk Process.” She is the recipient of multiple national fellowships and has written ten books on the histories of feminism, sexuality, prison reform, and sexual violence.