Research Committees

RC11 Sociology of Aging



Objectives

The purpose of the Research Committee on Sociology of Aging (RC11) is to encourage research of high quality on aging within and between countries.

To know more about the history of RC11, go to Bulletin 30 (1982), pp. 20-21.

More information

RC11 website

Board 2018 - 2022

President Sandra TORRES, Uppsala University, Sweden, sandra.torres@soc.uu.se
Vice-Presidents Lucie VIDOVICOVA, Masaryk University, Czech Republic
Jacob John KATTAKAYAM, University of Kerala, India
Secretary Myra HAMILTON, University of New South Wales, Australia, m.hamilton@unsw.edu.au
Treasurer Esteban CALVO, Universidad Mayor, Chile, estebancalvo@gmail.com
Communications Officer Anna WANKA, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Germany, wanka@em.uni-frankfurt.de
Officers-at-large Francesco BARBABELLA, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Luke GAHAN, National Ageing Research Institute, Australia
Martin HYDE, Swansea University, United Kingdom
Arvind Kumar JOSHI, Banaras Hindu University, India
Candace Lynn KEMP, Georgia State University, USA
Ignacio MADERO-CABIB, Universidad de Chile, Chile
Wendy MARTIN, Brunel University London, United Kingdom
Ito PENG, University of Toronto, Canada
Ilkka PIETILA, University of Helsinki, Finland
Debora PRICE, University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Program Coordinators for IV ISA Forum 2020 are:
Esteban CALVO, estebancalvo@gmail.com
Sandra TORRES, sandra.torres@soc.uu.se

Newsletter

Available on RC11 website.

Membership

RC11 dues for a 4-year period.

Category A USD 40
Category B USD 20
Category C USD 20
Students USD 20
Life members USD 20

ISA membership registration form is available on https://isa.enoah.com/Sign-In.

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