Hello and Happy New Year! I am delighted to announce the return of the INCG blog. Now, perhaps more than ever, we are experiencing a critical time in the field…
Written by: Amanda Grenier, Rachel Barken, and Colleen McGrath May 19th, 2017 Aging occurs in close relation to ‘house’ and ‘home.’ International policies and frameworks on aging are organized around ‘home,’…
Back in my graduate studies, I remember discovering Nancy Fraser’s (1997) book Justice Interruptus, and in particular, her work on recognition and redistribution. The idea that justice requires both has stuck with me over the years, and is certainly relevant when thinking about homelessness in later life.