Month: November 2016

AAGE Member News – November 2016

Congratulations to Wendy Bartlo, who successfully defended her dissertation “‘I can see my values in places’: relationships, place, and growing old in Detroit” and will graduate from the Anthropology Department at Wayne State University in December. Not missing a beat, Wendy has joined the Center on Health, Aging, and Disability in the College of Applied […]

AAGE at #GSA2016: program highlights

Every few years, the Gerontological Society of America and the American Anthropological Association are scheduled for the exact same dates, and we have to make a difficult choice. A small contingent of anthropologists will be representing AAGE this year at #GSA2016, including Iveris Martinez who ends her tenure as President (but luckily stays around in […]

#AAGE2017 Registration is now open!

AAGE members get big discounts on the conference registration fees, which include lunch and tea/coffee for two days of papers, workshops and keynotes. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Be sure to include your name and email when you register so that we can confirm your payment. Abstract submission for papers, posters, organized panels or other event […]