Dear Colleagues, The latest Anthropology & Aging issue (Vol 40, No 1) has just been published. It can be found online at: https://anthro-age.pitt.edu. This issue, the first one for 2019, features a selection of pieces exploring the effects of aging on religious lives. For instance, there is an article detailing how evangelical Christian cosmology and thought function in reformulating […]
Grant Successes Casey Golomski (University of New Hampshire) received a $9000 University of New Hampshire Research Affinity Group grant with colleagues in Social Work, Recreation Management, and Occupational Therapy, and the Center for Aging and Community Living to study social and health service utilization among low-income elders living in subsidized housing in northern New England. […]
This early view online article is scheduled for publication in Anthropology & Aging 39(1), 2018. Age Inscriptions and Social Change Erdmute Alber University of Bayreuth Author contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Cati Coe Rutgers University Author contact: email@example.com Abstract This special issue introduces the concept of age-inscription. It accounts for the ways that transitions, expectations and markers […]
This list of new publications in aging and life course anthropology is a member-only resource intended to keep everyone updated on the latest developments from the most popular journals in the fields of anthropology and aging. We also recognize the contributions by our membership by including full abstracts for member publications. Collected and organized by...
For a list of all new publications from the first quarter of 2017, click here At the closure of this new quarter we have tried to trace the articles published by members and non-members again. The sheer number of articles identified alone already testify to the relevance of our topic of interest. In this post […]
This list of new publications in aging and life course anthropology is a member-only resource intended to keep everyone updates on the latest developments from the most popular journals in the fields of anthropology and aging. We also recognize the contributions by our membership by including full abstracts for member publications. Go here for a...
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 […]
Jolanda Lindenberg (Leyden Academy on Vitality and Ageing), our New Publications Editor has compiled a list of recent articles of interest across the major peer reviewed journals in our field. Publications by our members include abstracts. Please let us know in the comments below if you have something to add (already published, not forthcoming). Publications...
As this month’s member news attests, it is not only the senior members of AAGE who get all the accolades. All of the entries for this month’s news are students and early career (within 5 years of last degree) members who deserve tremendous praise for finding success in this highly competitive field. For those of […]
We are seeking additional contributors for a special issue we plan to propose. Responding to recent trends in ‘moral anthropology’, the issue will be specifically concerned with moralities in and through the latter stages of the life course. How, we ask, might moralities intersect with ageing?Just as the life course is bodily lived and socially […]