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  • Title:
    Sisterhood and After: the Women's Liberation Oral History Project
  • Other Titles:
    Collection title: Sisterhood and After: the Women's Liberation Oral History Project

  • Rights: The majority of these interviews are copyright of the British Library and the University of Sussex. Refer to individual interviews
  • Description: The collection comprises interviews from a Leverhulme funded research project ‘Sisterhood & After: the Women’s Liberation Oral History Project’. The project was a partnership project between the British Library, University of Sussex and the Women’s Library and was carried out by Dr Margaretta Jolly, Dr Rachel Cohen, Lizzie Thynne, Peter Harte, Freya Johnson-Ross from the University of Sussex and by Dr Polly Russell at the British Library. The project ran from March 2010 to March 2013 and interviewed 60 feminists who had been active in the Women’s Liberation movement in the UK in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. The project also commissioned 10 short documentary films which are available for viewing at the British Library. More information about the project can be found at (http://www.bl.uk/reshelp/findhelprestype/sound/ohist/ohcoll/wom enshistory/womenshistory.html) and at the project’s British Library Learning website at www.bl.uk/sisterhood

    Collection inventory: 60 audio interviews and verbatim transcripts; 10 documentary films.

  • Notes:
    Documentation/Sleeve notes: verbatim transcripts and interview summaries. Some interviewees edited their interview transcripts, which are also available alongside the verbatim transcripts

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