Research Publications for Charlotte M Greenhalgh
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Arnott, G., & Greenhalgh, C. (2020). The Survey and the State: Governments and Early Social Research in New Zealand and Australia, 1930s–40s. Australian Historical Studies. doi:10.1080/1031461X.2020.1817110
Greenhalgh, C. (2020). [Review of 'Past Caring? Women, Work and Emotion’ edited by Barbara Brookes, Jane McCabe, and Angela Wanhalla]. New Zealand Journal of Public History, 7(1), 51-53. Retrieved from https://www.waikato.ac.nz/
Greenhalgh, C. (2020). Social Surveys. In M. Dobson, & B. Ziemann (Eds.), Reading Primary Sources. The Interpretation of Texts in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century History (2 ed., pp. 117-137). London: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9780429401916
Greenhalgh, C., Bennett, C., Gilderdale, A., & Phillips, K. (2019). Generational Histories. In 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., 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). 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). Aging in twentieth-century Britain.