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AAQ Volume 34 issue 3, Special Issue on the Body, September 2013

AAQ 34(3) SEPTEMBER 2013 Editor’s Introduction to the issue: the Aging Body Jason Danely COMMENTARY From Being to Ontogenetic Becoming: Commentary on Analytics of the Aging Body Ender Ricart, University of Chicago Discussion Katrina L. Moore, University of New South Wales, Australia Athena C. McLean, Central Michigan University ARTICLES Postmenopausal Health and Disease from the […]

Download AAQ Volume 33 issues 1-4 (2012)

Anthropology & Aging Quarterly back issues, including all issues from 2012 are available for download now. If you missed a previous issue, just click on any of the covers below to read or download (best viewed with Adobe Reader). The contents of each issue (not including book reviews) is listed for each issue below. For […]

AAQ Volume 34 Issue 1, March 2013

(**click the image on the right to download the full issue) CONTENTS Mobile Midwesterners: The Impact of Migration on Aging, Health, and Community Matthew Dalstrom, Rockford College   Social Dance for Successful Aging: Models for Health, Happiness, and Social Inclusion amongst Senior Citizens Jonathan Skinner, Queen’s University, Belfast   Portfolio:  Winter Fires  (large file) Mik […]

Call for AAQ submissions for special issue “The Aging Body”

Deadline for submissions:      June 1, 2013     This issue will focus on the aging body not only in terms of biophysical processes of maturation, but also in terms of the aging body’s cultural elaboration, its articulations with other “bodies,” such as Lock and Scheper-Hughes’ formulation of the social and political “body,” and the representation […]

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