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Aging and Social Justice:  A slow-motion virtual conference

By Celeste Pang, University of Toronto As we have all seen, COVID-19 has been a tip of an iceberg, exposing deep layers of social stratification and inequities. From the mass deaths in long-term care and nursing homes and exposure of the working conditions of care workers, to Black Lives Matter demonstrations and the violent responses […]

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From Being to Ontogenetic Becoming: Commentary on Analytics of the Aging Body Ender Ricart, University of Chicago

Anthropology & Aging Quarterly Volume 34, issue 3 (September 2013) pp.52-60 From Being to Ontogenetic Becoming: Commentary on Analytics of the Aging Body Ender Ricart Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago Download Full PDF here:AAQ34(3)RICART Responses Katrina L. Moore, Lecturer, School of Social Sciences, University of New South Wales (followed by author response) Athena McLean,

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