New issue: Anthropology & Aging 45(1)

We are excited to announce that Anthropology & Aging has just published its latest issue 45(1), which you can read here:

This issue includes two original research articles that deal with perceptions of well-being in Chile and pet robots in dementia care in Denmark; a new conversation in our “Aging Talks” section; a Commentary on age and place; as well as four Book Reviews on a diverse set of fascinating monographs, and two Film Reviews. We hope that you will enjoy reading this issue as much as we enjoyed putting it together!

We also hope that our authors/readers will continue to choose A&A as a preferred venue to disseminate their future research. We are delighted to have expanded our editorial team recently, and have increased our capacity to review and support articles that are aligned with the journal’s vision and meet our editorial standards. To that effect, we encourage all researchers, policy experts, and practitioners who are interested in examining the anthropological pursuit of aging to consider submitting their work to A&A. We look forward to hearing from you!

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