About the Journal
Age, Culture, Humanities: An Interdisciplinary Journal promotes cross-disciplinary, critical investigations of the experiences of age, aging, and older age, as seen through the lens of the humanities and arts. The goals are to consider age as a category of identity, advance understanding of the aging process and of age differences across the lifespan, interrogate cultural articulations of aging and older age, and generate innovative, engaging scholarly approaches to the study of age and aging in the humanities.
Cynthia Port, Associate Professor of English at Coastal Carolina University, established Age, Culture, Humanities and was its driving force in the pioneering years in collaboration with Aagje Swinnen, Professor in Aging Studies at Maastricht University. From 2014–2021, the journal was published by Coastal Carolina University’s The Athenaeum Press under supervision of Alli Crandell. From 2022 onwards, the Royal Danish Library publishes the journal with support from the University of Southern Denmark (Department for the Study of Culture). The original website of the journal https://ageculturehumanities.org/WP/ with its particular look and feel will remain accessible for the time being without further updates.
Age, Culture, Humanities is affiliated with and supported by the European Network in Aging Studies (ENAS) and the North American Network in Aging Studies (NANAS).
Age, Culture, Humanities is an open access journal: the full text of all content is available for free and without delay. There is no embargo period and no required registration for readers.
Age, Culture, Humanities uses the CC Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 license (CC BY-NC-ND). More information on this license can be found here. Authors retain their copyright.
For articles published in previous issues (1,2,3,4 and 5) the authors retain their copyright to their articles. Readers can download, read, and link to the articles published in issues 1-5, but they cannot republish these articles. Authors can upload them in their institutional repositories.
Peer Review and Charges
All submitted manuscripts undergo editorial screening. Research Articles are selected for publication through a double-blind peer review process during which a minimum of two specialists anonymously comment on the quality of the submission and its fit for the journal. Selected reviewers must respond within one week to the review request and are given three weeks to submit their review.
In the case of Special Issues and Featured Themes, the editorial team organizes the peer-review process in collaboration with the guest editors. All other submissions are reviewed by the editorial team.
On acceptance, authors publish their work in Age, Culture, Humanities free of charge.
Aagje Swinnen, Maastricht University
Anita Wohlmann, University of Southern Denmark (in charge)
Cynthia Port, Costal Carolina University
Katherine Ludwin, Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Ella Fegitz, University of Southern Denmark
For all proposals and inquiries related to reviews, please write to email@example.com.
Books currently available for review can be found here.
Andrew Achenbaum, University of Houston
Elizabeth Barry, University of Warwick
Anne Leonora Blaakilde, Roskilde University
Lynn Botelho, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Erin Campbell, University of Victoria
Sally Chivers, Trent University
Amelia DeFalco, University of Leeds
Kate de Medeiros, Miami University
Josie Dolan, University of the West of England
Margaret Gullette, Brandeis University
Heike Hartung, Potsdam University
Linda Hutcheon, University of Toronto
Helle Strandgaard Jensen, Aarhus University
Anne Jerslev, University of Copenhagen
E. Ann Kaplan, Stony Brook University
Stephen Katz, Trent University
Ulla Kriebernegg, University of Graz
Erin Gentry Lamb, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland
Valerie Lipscomb, University of South Florida, Sarasota-Manatee
Devoney Looser, University of Missouri
Ann Therese Lotherington, The Artic University of Norway
Roberta Maierhofer, University of Graz
Teresa Mangum, University of Iowa
Christopher Martin, Boston University
Michelle Massé, Louisiana State University
Gordon McMullan, King’s College, London / Aarhus University
Margery Vibe Skagen, University of Bergen
Peter Simonsen, University of Southern Denmark
Helen Small, University of Oxford
Philip Sohm, University of Toronto
Oddgeir Synnes, VID Specialized University, Oslo
Pat Thane, King’s College, London
Andrea von Hülsen-Esch, Heinrich-Heine University
Kathleen Woodward, University of Washington