Ernest Greenwood

Professor of Social Work.

Interviewed by Frances Lomas Feldman. Date of interview: 4-18-94. 1 cassette tape (1 duplicate tape). Length of interview: 1 hour and 22 minutes. Transcript of interview: 26 pp. (1 copy of rough draft of transcript). CD containing interview and transcript.

Interview Topics

Immigration from Transylvania and early childhood; teaching; interest in sociology and social work; Federal Employment Relief Act; graduate school; social work in Ohio; dissertation; entrance into university teaching; move to Los Angeles; Pittsburgh University position to teach social welfare; position at UC Berkeley; interest in research methodology; work in Chile after retirement; publications; early life in Austro-Hungarian empire; life in U.S.; father's occupation and death; development of doctoral program at UC Berkeley.

Additional Materials

  • Curriculum Vitae.
  • 1 diskette of transcript of interview.
  • Correspondence between Ernest Greenwood and Frances Lomas Feldman re interview.
  • Offprints of articles and papers.

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