Charlotte Greenhalgh is Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow and Lecturer at Monash University (2014-2018). Her book Aging in Twentieth-Century Britain is out with the University of California Press in June 2018. Charlotte’s current project uncovers popular responses to social science and investigates the intellectual contributions of everyday Australians and New Zealanders to social surveys in the twentieth century. She was previously Commonwealth Scholar at the University of Oxford and Kate Edger postdoctoral researcher at the University of Auckland.
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- For more than a hundred years, social surveys have been a major tool of social investigation. Dr Charlotte Greenhalgh talks to Kathryn Ryan on Radio NZ ... Read more