- Reception and Interlocutor Event to celebrate new books and research on the anthropology of aging and the life course: Invited book: “Imagistic Care. Growing Old in a Precarious World”. American Anthropological Association Yearly Meeting, Washington, USA, 2022.
- International symposium at AIAS, Aarhus University, April 2022: “For the time being. Temporality, ethics, aging. Conversations between Art, Anthropology and Philosophy.”
- Panel organized by Lone Grøn and Lotte Meinert for the international conference: “Chronic Living – quality, vitality and health in the 21st century.” Copenhagen, March 2021: “Chronic living, aging and dying? Exploring temporality and ethics in old age.”
- PhD defence Harmandeep Gill: “Things Fall Apart: Coming to Terms with Old Age, Solitude, and Death Among Elderly Tibetans in Exile”, Aarhus University, 2021.
- Exhibition Moesgård Museum, Feb – Aug 2020: Når jeg bliver gammel. Alderdom fem forskellige steder i verden (Growing Old. Aging in five different places in the world). Including a film documenting the exhibition (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iBRySHKrcE&t=4s ) and folders on the collaborative processes. Film and folders in both Danish and English language versions.
- Aging seminar at the Faculty of Health Sciences, Makerere University, Uganda with researchers and NGOs focusing on Aging in Uganda. Organized by Susan Reynolds Whyte and Lotte Meinert 10 March 2020.
- Al(l)one: Solitude and what it tells us about community.” International conference organized by Rasmus Dyring and Maria Louw, December 2019, Aarhus University (co-organized with DFF-FKK grant DFF - 7013-00068)
- Panel organized by Lone Grøn and Cheryl Mattingly for Society of Psychological Anthropology biennial meeting, Santa Fe, USA, April 2019: “Troubling intimate others and the good old life.”
- Panel organized by Lone Grøn and Cheryl Mattingly for Society of Psychological Anthropology biennial meeting, Santa Fe, USA, April 2019: “Intersubjectivity and the good (old) life: Phenomenological engagements with anthropology, philosophy and art.”
- Panel organized by Lone Grøn and Lotte Meinert for American Anthropological Association yearly meeting, Vancouver, Canada, November 2019: “Thinking in Images: Perplexing Particulars and Imagistic Anthropology.”
- “Tibetan Ethnographic Theories.” Panel organized by Harmandeep Gill (with Cameron Warner AU) for International Association for Tibetan Studies conference, Paris, July 2019.
- “Sensus Communis: Exploring the Ontologies of Coexistence.” International conference organized by Rasmus Dyring and Maria Louw, June 2019, Aarhus University (co organized with DFF-FKK grant (DFF - 7013-00068) and Carlsberg postdoc (CF16-0712) and conference (CF18-0953) grants)
- Double panel organized by Lone Grøn and Lotte Meinert for American Anthropological Association yearly meeting. Nov 2017: “Radical Uncertainty and the Search for the Good Old life. Artistic, Philosophical and Anthropological Explorations.”
- Collaborative research seminars (2017, 2018, 2019) with project group and advisory board, Klitgården, Skagen, Denmark and in Santa Fe, USA, April 2019.
Awards, Nominations for Awards
- Gill, Harmandeep (2021): Graduate Student Honorable Mention, AAGE Margaret Clark Award. Paper: “‘Setting off from the Mountain Pass’: Facing Death and Preparing for the Journey Ahead.”
- Gill, Harmandeep (2020 and 2021): PhD dissertation nominated for Aarhus University Research Foundation’s PhD award.
Which build upon research from the project:
- Rasmus Dyring: Mulighedernes vinduer: Hverdagskreativitet som grundvilkår og ressource i livet med demens. VELUX FONDEN HUM-PRAXIS, 2021-2024.
- Harmandeep Gill: “Fractures and Connections: A Critical Phenomenology of Solitude in Tibetan Exile”. Carlsberg Visiting Postdoctoral Fellowship at University of Oxford, 2022 – 2024.
- Lone Grøn: ALTER-US. Cognitive Difference, Kinship and Care in the 21st Century Danish Welfare State. Independent Research Fund Denmark (DFF-FKK), 2021-2024.
- Maria Louw: Spectral Ethics. Carlsberg Monograph fellowship, 2023 – 2024.
Which have included research from the project:
- Maria Louw: Ethics after Individualism. Phenomenological Explorations of Moral Community. Independent Research Fund Denmark (DFF-FKK)
- Cheryl Mattingly: Category Trouble: Stigma as Moral Experience. Book project: John Simon Guggenheim Fellow, 2017-2018
- Lotte Meinert: Sharing Mountains: Ethical Change in Ik Land. Carlsberg Monograph fellowship, 2021-2022.
- Lotte Meinert and Susan Reynolds Whyte: Imagining Gender Futures in Uganda. Consultative Research Committee for Development Research, Danida, 2018-2022.