Roberta Salper Oral History Interview

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Title

Roberta Salper Oral History Interview

Subject

Other

Description

In a personal interview, Roberta Salper gives her opinions on the women's liberation movement, provides a brief history of her work, and shares her hopes for the future.

Creator

Elton, Jillian

Date

October 5th, 2022

Contributor

Roberta Salper

Rights

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Coverage

United States

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Jillian Elton

Interviewee

Roberta Salper

Location

Online

Original Format

Audio Recording

Duration

47:40

Time Summary

00:00:06 - 00:02:23: Structure of education at San Diego State
00:03:02 - 00:04:10: Incorporating academia with community
00:04:27 - 00:11:23: Inter-feminist conflict/minority conflict
00:11:24 - 00:16:20: Leading the charge in feminist liberation/refusing to be silenced/Joanne Gardner
00:17:16 - 00:20:53: Government surveillance
00:21:07 - 00:21:21: Radical feminism versus socialist feminism/NUC
00:22:49 - 00:28:33: Male involvement with feminism/addition of sexuality topics to women's studies
00:28:42 - 00:32:41: Political position/compromises for women's liberation
00:32:42 - 00:35:15: Vernny Boyd/using femininity as a feminist tool
00:36:22 - 00:40:30: Conceptual ideas of feminism/feminist politics
00:41:24 - 00:47:32: Future visions for feminism

Files

Reference

Elton, Jillian, Roberta Salper Oral History Interview, October 5th, 2022

Cite As

Elton, Jillian, “Roberta Salper Oral History Interview,” Pitt Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies Digital Archive, accessed January 28, 2023, https://pittgsws.omeka.net/items/show/159.