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Estelle Freedman (Professor)

Estelle Freedman (650) 723-4951
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Personal bio
Estelle Freedman earned her B.A. at Barnard College and her Ph.D. in U.S. history at Columbia University. She has been teaching at Stanford since 1976 and specializes in women's history, the history of sexuality, and interdisciplinary feminist studies. A recipient of the Deans Award, the Dinkelspiel Award, and the Rhodes Prize for undergraduate teaching, she has also won two awards for graduate mentoring. Her books include No Turning Back: The History of Feminism and the Future of Women (2002) and Intimate Matters: A History of Sexuality in America (1988; rev.1997). In addition to swimming she enjoys participating in the San Francisco Folk Music Club.

Currently teaching
AFRICAAM 192: Sexual Violence in America (Spring)
AMSTUD 258: Sexual Violence in America (Spring)
CSRE 192E: Sexual Violence in America (Spring)
FEMGEN 258: Sexual Violence in America (Spring)
FEMGEN 358: Sexual Violence in America (Spring)
HISTORY 258: Sexual Violence in America (Spring)
HISTORY 358: Sexual Violence in America (Spring)
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