Research Publications for Charlotte M Greenhalgh
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Greenhalgh, C. (2018). Aging in twentieth-century Britain.
Greenhalgh, C. (2018). Women and social research in Australia and New Zealand 1940s-1980s. In Australian Historical Association Annual Conference 2018. Conference held at The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.
Greenhalgh, C. (2018). Women and social research in Australia, 1940-1970. In Department of History Seminar Series for Postgraduates and Faculty, University of Sydney, Australia.
Greenhalgh, C. (2017). Becoming 'completely one': Love letters and New Zealand's interwar romantic culture. New Zealand Journal of History, 51(1), 135-163.
Greenhalgh, C. (2016). The travelling social survey: social research and its subjects in Britain, Australia and New Zealand, 1930s–1970s. History Australia, 13(1), 124-138. doi:10.1080/14490854.2016.1156211
Greenhalgh, C. (2015). Love in later life: Old age, marriage and social research in mid-twentieth-century Britain. In A. Harris, & T. Jones (Eds.), Love and Romance in Britain, 1918 - 1970 (pp. 144-160). Palgrave Macmillan.
Greenhalgh, C. (2015). An antipodean perspective on British social science in the mid-twentieth century. In Writing modern British history today: An antipodean workshop, Macquarie University, Australia.
Greenhalgh, C. (2015). Writing the history of old age in twentieth-century Britain: An age of emotion?. In Rethinking Modern British Studies. Conference held at University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.
Greenhalgh, C. (2015). Inhabiting an ageing body: Old age, fashion, beauty culture in 20th Century Britain. In The University of Melbourne, Australia.
Greenhalgh, C. (2014). The social survey in historical perspective. In The Australian Consortium of Social and Political Research Incorporated (ACSPRI) Social Science Methodology Conference. Conference held at University of Sydney, Australia.