Tag: age

Bringing Ageing to Life

alex.clegg , May 12th, 2022


Author: Charlotte Hawkins On 8th June, the ASSA team will host a workshop to bring together different anthropologists of ageing. This will include discussion of comparative papers from…


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Sixty may be the New Fifty but is Twenty Six the New Old?

alex.clegg , April 14th, 2022


Author: Sheba Mohammid In Trinidad and Tobago, we may not have Ponce De Leon’s fountain of youth, but we do have a pool. It’s technically an offshore sandbar,…


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The ‘new sandwich generation’ in urban China

alex.clegg , February 14th, 2022


Author: Xinyuan Wang The recently released seventh national census in China shows that today’s China not only has one of the lowest fertility rates in the world (on…


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Why Can’t I Walk Your Dog? Not Accepting Help as a Coping Strategy During the Swiss Lockdown (#WitnessingCorona)

Karoline Buchner , May 20th, 2020


Hide Press Release (3 Less Words) Martina von Arx   “Et nous souhaitons ici lancer un appel à l’ensemble de la population et notamment un appel aussi aux…


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Changing Time by Janet Weston

Janet Weston , March 19th, 2019


History and dementia are both concerned with time. Writing history is all about folding time, making sense of things that have become confused and confusing with the passage…


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ANTHROPOLOGY FOR AN #AGEING PLANET

Jason Danely , December 19th, 2016


When I teach undergraduates about ageing in anthropology, I sometimes begin by stating the very mundane fact that none of us are ever going to be as young…


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ANTHROPOLOGY FOR AN #AGEING PLANET

Jason Danely , December 19th, 2016


When I teach undergraduates about ageing in anthropology, I sometimes begin by stating the very mundane fact that none of us are ever going to be as young…


ANTHROPOLOGY FOR AN #AGEING PLANET

Jason Danely , December 19th, 2016


When I teach undergraduates about ageing in anthropology, I sometimes begin by stating the very mundane fact that none of us are ever going to be as young…