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New Publications Spotlight: Translating anthropology to medical practice

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 […]

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Mentoring in AAGE (restricted to members)

Our student and membership coordinators have been busy putting together a list of mentors and mentees that we hope will provide chances for the different generations of scholars to start a long and productive relationship. In an unusual field like anthropology and aging, we are each other’s best resources! If you are interested in becoming…...

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New publications: October-December 2016

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…...

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Growing old and growing up: Teaching and learning about death

This post is part of the Life Course Collaborative Research Network blog exchange, also available on the website of ACYIG. To see all of the posts in the series, click here. In 2004, as part of my research regarding the beliefs in ‘strigoi’ (a term referring to dead people who come back to harm and

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AAGE symposium and networking at SfAA 2016, Vancouver

Join us Thursday, March 31st at 3:30–5:20pm for an AAGE Symposium on The Value of Applied Anthropology in Gerontology: Imagining Career Paths at the Intersection of Anthropology, Health, and Aging (co-sponsored by the Society for Medical Anthropology) at 76th Annual Society for Applied Anthropology Meeting to be held at The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver located at

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The legacies of age: Some thoughts on categories, change and continuity

This is the first set of posts in the Life Course CRN blog exchange series developed in conjunction with the Anthropology of Children and Youth Interest Group of AAA.  A complete list of published exchanges in the series is available here. Follow this link to the corresponding post on “Producing Difference” by ACYIG member Elise

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Announcing the Life Course Collaborative Research Network

AAGE, working together with the Anthropology of Aging and the Life Course Interest Group (AALCIG) and the Anthropology of Children and Youth Interest Group (ACYIG) of the American Anthropological Association have now established a joint Collaborative Research Network (CRN) for those interested in exploring connections (e.g., physical, political, developmental, symbolic, etc.) between childhood/youth and adulthood/old

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