The third [ Framing Ageing ] webinar took place on 22 January 2021 and featured Panel 5: Methodologies, which was divided into two parts. Speakers included: Julia Langbein, Gemma Carney, Ulla Kriebernegg, Robert Zwijnenberg, Dana Walrath, Julia Pickard, and David G. Troyansky.
A video of the webinar, including the slides used by the speakers, is now available.
Webinar 3 – Panel 5 (Methodologies)
Julia Langbein (Trinity College Dublin): ‘Theorizing a Visual Culture of Old Age: The Case of Neoimpressionism’
Gemma Carney (Queen’s University, Belfast)
’Old Age in the Age of Coronavirus – a qualitative media analysis’
David G. Troyansky (Brooklyn College and Graduate Center, CUNY):
‘J.R.’s ‘Wrinkles of the City’ project. Representing Global Old Age, 2008-2015’
Response: Susan Pickard
Ulla Kriebernegg (University of Graz): ‘Understanding ageing bodies and identities through cultural representation: A literary gerontological reading of Margaret Atwood’s “Torching the Dusties’
Robert Zwijnenberg (Leiden University): ‘Aging, the risk of life and the urgency of art’
Response: Dana Walrath