We are excited to announce that last week’s blog was our 100th post on our website! We would like to thank those who helped us achieve centenarian status! See here for a detailed snapshot of our collective discussions. Here is to 100 more! Critical GerontlogyINCG 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest admin previous post ‘I like to think I am in the process of living with loneliness’: Co-developing cross-generational letter-writing with higher education students and older people by Georgina Binnie You may also like ‘I like to think I am in the... March 7, 2019 Public library programming in Canada: Constructing age and... February 22, 2019 Heterogeneity in Health and Aging February 7, 2019 End-of-life care in nursing homes: Allowing for self-determined... January 24, 2019 Artful Dementia: Feminist Theory Applied January 9, 2019 Happy Holidays from INCG! December 18, 2018 The Politics of Family Dementia Care December 6, 2018 How can ‘home-like’ residential care inform ‘home-less’ shelters... November 22, 2018 Mobility and invisibility: As we age, time for... November 8, 2018 UK housing options in later life: The enigma... October 25, 2018 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.