podcasts & Videos

videos

Catch up

Watch project-related videos, including our recent workshops, and our webinar on Covid-19. 

podcasts

listen back

If you missed out on attending previous [ Framing Ageing ] webinars, or events on the theme of ageing, you can listen back to the podcasts from the UCD Humanities Institute. The podcasts are produced by Real Smart Media and are also available on Apple, Spotify and Soundcloud.

Webinar 2

The second [ Framing Ageing ] webinar took place on 15 December 2020 and featured panels on Narrating Gender and Ageing and Memory and Experience. Speakers included: Linda Shortt, Anne Fuchs, Mary Cosgrove, Aleida Assmann, Zainabu Jallo, and Gillian Pye. 

A video of the webinar, including the slides used by the speakers, is also available on the project website and on UCD Humanities Institute’s Youtube channel. In addition, the slides used in Linda Shortt’s presentation – (Un)Fit Ageing: the Ageing Male in Hermann Kinder’s writings – are available here.

Webinar 1

The first [ Framing Ageing ] webinar took place on 27 October 2020 and featured panels on Ageing Bodies and Identities and Gender, Subjectivity and Agency. Speakers included: Rina Knoeff, Paul Higgs, Julia Twigg, Andrew King, Susan Pickard, and Wendy Martin. 

A video of the webinar, including the slides used by the speakers, is also available on the project website and on UCD Humanities Institute’s Youtube channel

Covid - 19 Webinar – Reframing Ageing

The Reframing Ageing Covid-19 Webinar took place on June 12 2020. The webinar on Covid-19 asked what are the blind spots and biases that Covid-19 has revealed in public discourse, political rhetoric and narratives of experience.

The contributors were: Ailbhe Smyth, Thomas Scharf, Ulla Kriebernegg, Paul Higgs, Dana Walrath, Andrew King, Susan Pickard, Rina Knoeff, Anne Fuchs, Des O’Neill, Mary Cosgrove, and Julia Langbein.

All Project Podcasts

Check out a playlist of all [ Framing Ageing ] project podcasts below.

Desmond O'Neill

‘Expanding the Imaginarium of Ageing through Cultural Gerontology’ by Professor Desmond O’Neill (TCD).

David Troyansky

‘Debating the History of Ageing’ by Professor David Troyansky (CUNY). Part of ‘Debating Ageing’ series.

Hilary Moss

‘Arts based research capturing the lived experience of dementia’, by Dr Hilary Moss (UL).