30.1 | Aagje Swinnen, Cynthia Port, and Valerie Barnes Lipscomb

Exploring the Boundaries of Literary Age Studies “Exploring the Boundaries of Age Studies,” a roundtable at the MLA convention in Philadelphia in January 2017, was proposed by members of the Modern Language Association’s Age Studies Forum as a response to this year’s Conference’s Presidential Theme: “Boundary Conditions.”

30.1 | Lynn Botelho

Preface | Old Age is Not a Modern Invention At times, it seems that Old Age is something that only we post-moderns have had to think about, let alone deal with its physical and economic consequences, or the cultural polarization that renders the elderly as wise or foolish, rich or poor, healthy or sick, or… Continue reading 30.1 | Lynn Botelho