News

New publication

A new article was published in the journal Creativity Studies, written by MascAge members Shlomit Lir and Liat Ayalon. The title is "''What is right and real - is the storytelling': Masculinity, Media and Creativity" and you can read it or download it here.

New article by Shlomit Lir and Liat Ayalon

A new article was published in Frontiers in Psychology, written by MascAge members Shlomit Lir and Liat Ayalon. The title is "The Wounded Lion -Ageism and Masculinity in the Israeli Film Industry" and you can read it here.

New article by Margaret O'Neill and Áine Ní Léime

A new article by MascAge members Margaret O'Neill and Áine Ní Léime was just published. The title is "‘In a hospital bed or … out doing Indiana Jones’: older Irish men's negotiations of cultural representations of ageing" and it is available open access here.

 

 

Introduction to volume on Aging Masculinities in Contemporary U.S. Fiction now available

José María Armengol's introductory chapter to the collective volume with Palgrave on Aging Masculinities in Contemporary U.S. Fiction is now available in Open Access here, and also attached to this publication. The full volume will be available soon. We hope you like it.

 

Latest issue of the Journal of Bodies, Sexualities, and Masculinities

The latest issue of Journal of Bodies, Sexualities, and Masculinities has published.

Please visit the Berghahn website for more information about the journal.

Ageing, Gender and Illness in Anglophone Literature - Heike Hartung

This study by Heike Hartung establishes age as a category of literary history, delineating age in its interaction with gender and narrative genre. Reading the Bildungsroman as a 'coming of age' novel, the book brings together perspectives of age and disability study to provide new insights into literary and genre history, visiting canonical authors such as Goethe, Burney, Edgeworth, Austen, Dickens, Eliot, Beckett, and Franzen and exploring the new genre of "dementia narrative." This book introduces a new theoretical approach to cultural age studies and offers an analysis of the connection between narratology, literary theory, gender, and age studies.