Date of Degree
Digital Humanities | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Liberal Studies
Women, Woman, Workers, Strikes, ILGWU, Union, Sexual Harassment
The nine volumes of The Ladies’ Garment Worker, put through text analysis, would help find the voice of the International Ladies Garment Workers’ Union through their own publications. On a CUNY Commons site this analysis would provide digital images of each publication along with a timeline of frequently-used words and phrases that connect to each other; this analysis would establish the main “voice” and identity of the ILGWU women that would create a personified entity during these the issue that is analyzed, which is Volume 1 that was published throughout 1901. The identity of women workers, even under the unionization of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union is defined by unsafe work conditions and sexual harassment that led to sex slavery. Women workers became political and social activists in becoming strikers and part of a union that developed the “voice” of sisterhood and a rise for justice through these nine issues.
Cei, Carolyn J., "The Ladies' Garment Worker Speaks Volumes for the Woman Worker and Writer" (2019). CUNY Academic Works.
Archived website as a WARC file, created using webrecorder.io – web archive player available at https://github.com/webrecorder/webrecorderplayer-electron
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Visualization screenshot 1 (Voyant)
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Visualization screenshot 2 (Voyant)
LGW.zip (2213 kB)
Archived website using HTTRACK
Digital Humanities Commons, Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Commons, Liberal Studies Commons
Online component: https://tlgwvolumes.commons.gc.cuny.edu/