Jason Danely is Past-President of AAGE (2016-18). He is Senior Lecturer of Anthropology at Oxford Brookes University. His book, Aging and Loss: Mourning and Maturity in Contemporary Japan was published in 2014 by Rutgers University Press. He is also editor of Transitions and Transformations: Cultural Perspectives on Aging and the Life Course (Berghahn 2013). From 2011-2015, he served as Editor-in-Chief of Anthropology & Aging, the journal of AAGE. He has served as convenor of the AAA Anthropology of Aging and the Life Course Interest Group (2017-2020) and the EASA Age and Generations Network (2018-20) and from 2020 will become Chair of the Commission on Aging and the Life Course (IUAES). His current research projects look at older ex-offender resettlement; unpaid family carer subjectivities; and transdisciplinary perspectives on frailty.
The 2017 Society for Applied Anthropology meetings are fast approaching (March 28- April 1), and, as always, AAGE members will not only be presenting work, but hosting a networking breakfast event for members, students, and anyone interested in learning more about us. Thank you to Iveris Martinez for compiling this list of relevant sessions at […]
If you weren’t lucky enough to be at #AAA2016 “Evidence, Accident, Discovery,” you may have missed not only one of the coldest AAA meetings on record (seriously, we had a blizzard), but in many ways one of the more surreal, as a new President had been elected only a week earlier, with huge looming implications […]
If you are an AAGE member, you can vote in our regular elections. Due to the withdrawal of our past secretary, we have collected nominations and are holding a new election. Only one member has been nominated (and accepted), however, our bylaws stipulate that the nominee must be voted in by a majority of a...