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13 October 2021
Frank Glendenning Memorial Lecture, 5.00 pm, October 14th 2021 Rethinking the life course: the Triple Helix as a model Professor Tom Schuller examines the way the biological, psychological and sociocultural strands of human identity interweave throughout our lives. This event, which is open to everyone, will be held online at Zz09 ZOOM Meeting ID: 838 6007 9115 Passcode: 991675
27 September 2021
Successful aging is in part the result of the cumulative effects of years of interaction with the physical environment. Making communities longevity-ready for everyone means recognizing the way our environment affects well-being at all ages in the context of a 100-year life. This year, students are challenged to examine the physical environments in their communities and identify opportunities to design for an environment that better supports long lives.
20 September 2021
We are delighted to announce our new project, Learn and Live Long, funded by £9,000 from an Awards for All lottery grant.
20 September 2021
Berghahn Books have just released, ‘How is a man supposed to be a man? Male childlessness a Life Course Disrupted’ the latest in the Berghahn Books Series: ‘Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality: Social and Cultural Perspectives.
13 September 2021
On Monday 6th September BBSRC and MRC jointly launched a new funding opportunity to support Ageing Across the Life Course Interdisciplinary Research Networks.
09 July 2021
New research project on balancing religious freedoms, sexual orientation and gender identity rights in older age care spaces
26 June 2021
We have a particular focus on empirical research articles, but also accept theoretical and conceptual contributions, on aspects of population ageing from across the globe. Editors-in-Chief: Sarah Harper and George Leeson, University of Oxford, UK Managing Editor: Nana Nanitashvili, University of Oxford, UK Book Review Editor: Kenneth Howse, University of Oxford, UK
29 April 2021
Free image library seeks to combat harmful stereotypes of older people
09 March 2021
BSG members Lung Theatre spoke with about a video project they are running, with people born in the 1920s.
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