March 2, 2016
Our blog provides a virtual space to facilitate discussion with regards to critical issues in the study of aging and late life.
We have opened this space to enable students and scholars to discuss current debates, their recent work and publications that are relevant to critical gerontology. This could include thoughts and discussions about relevant events, publications in the field, and talks attended. The primary aim is to highlight the work that is taking place in social and critical gerontology and to build a scholarly community in the context of knowledge exchange.
We are currently looking for contributions from students and scholars. Posts can range from 250-500 words. If you are interested in learning more about how you can contribute, please feel free to contact either Emily Sully (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Amanda Grenier (Grenier@mcmaster.ca).