Age, Culture, Humanities transferred from the Athenaeum Press of Coastal Carolina University to the Royal Danish Library in Spring 2022. Please, visit the journal's new website The old website remains functional for the time being but will not be updated nor will it be open for submissions.

Issue 5

Issue 5 features a special issue on Narratives of Aging in the Nineteenth Century, co-edited by Alice Crossley and Amy Culley. It explores new directions in studies of aging in the nineteenth century and responds to the burgeoning critical interest of humanities scholars in age, aging, and stages of life from childhood to old age in the literature and culture of the period. The articles in the volume emerged from the conference ‘Narratives of Aging in the Nineteenth Century,’ held at the University of Lincoln in July 2019, which brought together international scholars at different stages of their careers from literary studies, history, art history, and social science. This multidisciplinary perspective is central to the volume, which explores the experiences, conceptions, and representations of the aging process in a variety of media, forms, and genres across the nineteenth century.