Author: Jolanda Lindenberg

Jolanda Lindenberg is senior researcher at the Leyden Academy on Vitality and Ageing, a knowledge centre on ageing and vitality. She has been conducting fieldwork in a residential care facility and the surrounding neighborhood in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, since 2011. Her main interest lies in age identification and she enjoys researching this from a linguistic anthropological perspective. Besides her fieldwork, she is involved in various multidisciplinary projects ranging from life satisfaction research to image of older persons. She has co-developed an assessment of wellbeing: 'The Life and Vitality Assesment'. She is currently coordinator of the 'Wellbeing of Seniors' course, developed with support from the European EIT Health Knowledge and Innovation Community.

Recent publications in review

In the last quarter of 2016, we have identified about 60 articles published at the crossroads of anthropology and gerontology. AAGE members published no less than a quarter of those articles, attesting to the prolific activity in this group. This periodical update of recent publications will be a regular feature of AAGE, and each update […]