On behalf of the AAGE officers and program committee, I am writing to let you all know that in light of the evolving COVID-19 pandemic we have decided to suspend planning for this summer’s conference on “Aging and Social Justice” in Toronto. We were very much looking forward to this gathering, but calling it off […]
Dear AAGE folks, As you know, AAGE is busy planning our 2020 standalone conference in Toronto this summer, June 27-28, on the theme of “Aging and Social Justice.” A number of excellent abstracts have been submitted, and our review committee is just now in the process of assessing them. We are excited about the […]
Dear AAGE folks, Thank you to all who voted in the recent special election for a new President-Elect. We were fortunate to have two stellar candidates willing to step up to this rewarding work on behalf of our organization: Catie Coe and Aaron Seaman. Warm thanks to both of them, and to Past-President Jason Danely who organized the […]
President-Elect serves for one year before taking on the role of President for the next two years. As President, they will be responsible for enhancing the capacity of AAGE to fulfill its mission to serve as an intellectual home for scholars and professionals of all levels who examine aging and the life course from an...
Welcome to 2020! By Narelle Warren I had intended to post that sentence about six weeks ago but a horror Australian summer means that I am a little late. In this year, the first of the new decade, I encourage all members, at all career stages, to send in their contributions for the Life Course […]
Anthropology & Aging Vol 41 no. 1 is nearly ready! Here is a quick preview of some of the exciting contents. Debating “Good” Care: The Challenges of Dementia Care in Shanghai, China Yan Zhang The increasing number of dementia sufferers in China has transformed dementia care from a private issue to a public concern. Nationwide […]
Greetings AAGE folks! Want some positive news on this Brexelection day? Read on… CFP: June 27-28 2020, AAGE Conference! Save the date! AAGE will be holding a standalone conference on “Aging and Social Justice” at the University of Toronto, June 27-28 2020! Please respond to our CFP by February 17th. 2020, and please share widely! Conference committee members: Jason Danely, Jean […]
Call for Abstracts Association for Anthropology, Gerontology, and the Lifecourse (AAGE) Conference: “Aging and Social Justice” June 27-28, 2020 Victoria College, University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario CANADA This conference will bring together emerging and established scholars including intervention researchers in the field of aging and anthropology, developing opportunities to further collaborate and strengthen our specialist […]
Incorporating the ‘patient voice’ into research processes is championed as a way to improve the value of research, promote patient-centered results, and, ultimately, change the way research is done.
AAGE has been sustained for over 40 years through the voluntary leadership of our members. This year we have two positions up for election: Secretary and Treasurer. Please vote only once for each position using the form beneath the candidate statements. Voting will be open until November 15. We are still seeking nominations for the...