Charlotte J. Lloyd
Secondary field in Computational Science and Engineering
Research Interests: Citizenship, reconciliation and transitional justice, recognition, diversity and multiculturalism in workplaces and organizations, transnational development, intimacy and sex work, text mining and analytics, mixed methods
Charlotte Lloyd is a PhD candidate in Sociology at Harvard University with a secondary field certificate in Computational Science and Engineering.
Her mixed methods research explores the intersection of culture, politics and structural inequality within organizations and communities. To that end, her dissertation focuses on the practice of national reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples through Australia's “Reconciliation Action Plan” program joined voluntarily by hundreds of organizations, exploring these workplaces as key sites where new forms of reconciled citizenship are cultivated and performed. She will be completing her dissertation this 2018-2019 academic year as a Graduate Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Studies.
Please visit her website www.charlottejlloyd.com for more information about her dissertation work and other projects.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A., Comparative Literature and Political Science