Research Publications for Charlotte M Greenhalgh

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  • Greenhalgh, C., Bennett, C., Gilderdale, A., & Phillips, K. (2019). Generational Histories. In University of Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Greenhalgh, C., Johnson, M., Kluge, E., & Ware, C. (2019). Archive Frictions: Ethics and Politics of Knowledge-Making in Pacific Contexts. In New Zealand Historical Association Conference. Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

  • Greenhalgh, C. (2019). Motherhood after 30: pregnancy, age, and social research in 1980s New Zealand. In Australian and New Zealand Society of the History of Medicine Conference. University of Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Greenhalgh, C. (2019). Motherhood after 30: Pregnancy, age, and parenting in 1980s New Zealand. In Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

  • Greenhalgh, C. (2019). The Unconventional Career of Dr Muriel Bell. New Zealand Journal of History, 53(2), 119-120. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

  • 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). Labour after labour: Negotiating caring for children and paid work. In R. Kokanović, P. A. Michaels, & K. Johnston-Ataata (Eds.), Paths to Parenthood Emotions on the Journey Through Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Early Parenting (1 ed., pp. 215-232). Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1007/978-981-13-0143-8_10

  • Greenhalgh, C. (2018). Aging in twentieth-century Britain.

  • 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.

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