Journal of Aging, Humanities, and the Arts
Publisher Taylor & Francis discontinued the Journal of Aging, Humanities, and the Arts after completion of volume 4 in 2010.
We wish to take this opportunity to affirm the value and importance of research and publication surrounding aging, humanities, and the arts. The decision to cease publication was a financial one, and it was not a reflection of the work being accomplished in this area. Indeed, it has been our privilege to publish challenging, inspiring, and notable material relevant to aging, and to work with those in the larger community.
Co-editors Dana Bradley and Anne Wyatt-Brown, the engaged editorial board, and dedicated authors all provided committed service to this field, and we appreciate their vision. In the near future, look for more good work by GSA and the Humanities and Arts Committee.