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NEW issue of AAGE's journal!

The latest issue of Anthropology & Aging (vol 42 no 1) is now available free to download!

This issue features a special issue collection on aging, biological clock and the moral-cultural tensions associated with reproduction guest edited by Anindita Majumdar.

The new issue also features a regular submission article on Muslim immigrants and the Danish welfare state, a commentary on euthanasia in Netherlands, and a brilliant portfolio interview with Sophie Sartain.

Finally, catch up on the latest publications with over a dozen new book reviews. Join AAGE and keep the journal free!

Berghahn Books LogoBerghahn Books now offers, for all AAGE members, a 50% series discount on all print titles in their Life Course, Culture and Aging series, edited by Jay Sokolovsky.

There are 7 volumes in the series, including monographs and edited volumes.
If you are interested in contributing to the series, all submissions as well as any queries about the formal procedure, should be sent to Berghahn.