Journal of Aging, Humanities and the Arts

The Journal of Aging, Humanities, & the Arts (JAHA) is the official publication of the Humanities & Arts Committee of the Gerontological Society of America.

The H & A Committee and the Editorial Board of JAHA foster a dialogue between the humanities and arts and the bio-medical, psychological, behavioral, and social sciences to challenge stereotypes, further our understanding of the aging process, and provide creative approaches to the exploration of issues pertaining to aging.

Such interdisciplinary inquiry can emerge in the following ways (1) Language and Communication; (2) Literary Production, Reception, and Analysis; (3) Biography, Autobiography and Memoirs; (4) Human Beliefs and Spiritual Values; (5) Art, Music and Dance Therapy with Older Adults; (6) Narrative Medicine in Interactions with Older Adults and their Families (7) Issues of Death and Dying; (8) Creativity and Aging and (9) Social Construction of Age.

Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year

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