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  • Lloyd Miller
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      > From: Dinah Winnick <dwinnick@...>
      > Date: June 26, 2009 1:06:55 PM CDT
      > To: Dinah Winnick <dwinnick@...>
      > Subject: Anthro News Seeks Articles on Aging and the Life Course
      >
      > Hello Anthropology News Contributing Editors:
      >
      > Please spread the word about this opportunity within your sections,
      > committees and interest groups. Those interested should email a 300-
      > word abstract and 50-100-word author bio to me by July 22 to
      > participate.
      >
      > Have a great weekend!
      >
      > Best,
      > Dinah
      >
      > Dinah Winnick
      > Associate Managing Editor, Anthropology News
      > American Anthropological Association
      > dwinnick@...
      >
      > Visit the new AAA blog: http://blog.aaanet.org
      >
      > Anthropology of Aging and the Life Course: Submit Your Article
      > Proposal by 7/22
      > Anthropology News seeks contributions for a thematic issue on aging
      > and the life course. To participate, email a 300-word abstract and
      > 50-100-word author bio to AN editor Dinah Winnick
      > (dwinnick@...) by July 22. Selected authors will be asked to
      > submit commentaries of 1000-1400 words or shorter pieces for other
      > article types, such as Teaching Strategies, Field Notes articles,
      > photo essays and interviews.
      >
      > In 2008, AAA welcomed a new interest group in this area, responding
      > to the increased visibility of aging populations and their needs.
      > Many regions are experiencing growth in elderly populations, or are
      > otherwise involved with this issue through, for example, the
      > migration of eldercare workers or reinterpretation of generational
      > roles. Proposed articles may address a variety of topics related to
      > this theme, including (but not limited to):
      >
      > Kin and community relationships
      > Demographic change
      > Poverty and economic restructuring
      > Labor/employment
      > Cultural and linguistic heritage
      > Human and civil rights
      > Religion and ritual practice
      > Biocultural perspectives on growth and development
      > Gender and sexuality
      > Physical and mental health and well-being
      > Long-term care
      > Death and bereavement
      >
      > Article proposal submission deadline: July 22, 2009.
      > View the full CFP: www.aaanet.org/issues/anthronews/CFP-Aging.cfm.



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