Hidden mysteries and open secrets: Negotiating age in Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century culture
Since the study of aging merged out of Second-wave feminism during the 1960’s, aging has been associated exclusively with the time of old age. In this study I will revisit the assumptions which have underpinned the exclusive nature of this relationship in recent histori... View more
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