of No Aging in India: Alzheimer's, the Bad Family and Other Modern Things, by Lawrence Cohen. Studying aging, Lamb believes, offers an illuminating window into any nation's social-moral systems and cultural visions: of who we are as human beings and how best to live.
The work of aging requires unravelling bodily and emotional ties (maya) to people, places, and things, even though these ties feel compellingly stronger and more numerous as life progresses. Lamb, Sarah. of Cultures of Servitude: Modernity, Domesticity, and Class in India, by Raka Ray and Seemin Qayim.
"India and Anthropology." "Review."
Lamb, Sarah. Mehta, Kalyani and Amarjit Singh. Professor of Anthropology and of Women's and Gender Studies and Co-Chair of South Asian Studies at Brandeis University. (1997 - 1998), Marc Galler Prize for finest doctoral dissertation, Division of Social Sciences, University of Chicago
Getting students to trust their own perspectives. American Ethnologist vol. 37-44. Caitrin Lynch and Jason Danely. 4th ed. "Lives Outside the Family: Gender and the Rise of Elder Residences in India." 466-491.
4 (2006): 705-714. Mothers raise their children with such effort and pain. Rutgers University Press, 2017.
Successful Aging as a Contemporary Obsession: Global Perspectives. The popular and scholarly generation gap idiom implies that social change is instigated by the young while the old remain fixed in time and culture. "The Making and Unmaking of Persons: Notes on Aging and Gender in North India." History of Religions vol. Cultural Handbook of Gerontology. Lamb, Sarah.
24 of 3 1997: 671-672.
Aged by Culture. She has conducted research in West Bengal and among Indian immigrants to the United States, as well as native-born Americans in the San Francisco and Boston areas.
49-64. I might've forgotten to mention my name. 4th ed. "Being Single in India: Gendered Identities, Class Mobilities, and Personhoods in Flux." "Rethinking the Generation Gap: Age and Agency in Middle-Class Kolkata." Mariappan, Beyond the view of the West: Ageing and anthropology, Permanent Personhood or Meaningful Decline? of Anthropology, March 1993.
of Social Suffering, by Arthur Kleinman, Veena Das and Margaret Lock. Lamb,Sarah. "Review." Lamb, Sarah. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2000. (2016 - 2017), Teaching Innovation Grant: "The Body Project: An Anthropology Research Lab"
1st ed. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2004. (2008), Theodore and Jane Norman Fund for Faculty Research
"Generation in Anthropology." Rev. Israel Studies vol. Lamb, Sarah, Danan Gu and Matthew E. Dupre. Companion to the Anthropology of India.
230-242. And she's publishing part of it, coauthored with another faculty member. I think coming up to about $2,000 all together. Lamb, Sarah.
In India, many are participating in a shift from the intergenerational family as the central site of aging and elder care, to an increasing reliance on individual selves, the state, and private institutions.
Lamb, Sarah. Azra Hromadžić and Monika Palmberger. Ed. This paper explores widowhood in rural West Bengal from the perspective of age. "Review." So these are just some of the exciting things you could do if you come to Brandeis. This rich ethnography explores beliefs and practices surrounding aging in a rural Bengali village. 15 in Successful Aging as a Contemporary Obsession. Routledge, 2015. Lamb is the first Brandeis faculty member to receive a so-called “Brainy Award” from the program, in which scholars receive a $200,000 grant to devote time to research, writing and publishing in the humanities and …
Lamb, Sarah. Here's one of my corgis, Griffin. (1985 - 1986), First Prize Bishop McVickar Essay Contest (for honors thesis), Brown University
of Ordinary Medicine: Extraordinary Treatments, Longer Lives, and where to Draw the Line, by Sharon R. Kaufman. This article explores aging and gender as dimensions ofpersonhood in West Bengal, India. Getting students to trust their own perspectives. Rev. (1989 - 1990), Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowship
© 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. Ed. This anthology provides a lively and stimulating view of the lives of ordinary citizens in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. "The Remaking of Aging among Indian Americans." Only verified researchers can join ResearchGate and send messages to other members. "Generation, in Anthropology." Lamb, Sarah. (2016 - 2017), Theodore and Jane Norman Fund for Faculty Research
(2012), Theodore and Jane Norman Fund for Faculty Research
New Delhi: Sage, 2007. Lamb, Sarah, Jessica Robbins-Ruszkowski, and Anna Corwin. Jay Sokolovsky. Vincent Horn and Cornelia Schweppe. Medical Anthropology Quarterly vol.
Ed. Adeline Masquelier. Sarah Lamb. Ed. Anthropology News (2017): . Here, stay. "Beyond the View of the West: Ageing and Anthropology." 171-187. "Review." On the face of it, this bold new vision of successful, healthy, and ac... No abstract is available for this article. Sarah Lamb is a professor of anthropology at Brandeis University whose research focuses on aging, gender, families, ethical strivings, and understandings of personhood in India and the United States.
Ayya's Accounts: A Ledger of Hope in Modern India , by Anand Pandian and M.P. Berghahn, 2020 (forthcoming). Encyclopedia of Anthropology. Ed. And it's an interview based study.
"Cultural and Moral Values Surrounding Care and (In)Dependence in Late Life: Reflections from India in an Era of Global Modernity." So if you come to Brandeis, I promise I'll let you meet my two dogs and play with them. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2010. Lamb, Sarah. 66 2010: 574-575.
"The Politics of Dirt and Gender: Body Techniques in Bengali India."
Lamb, Sarah. : Routledge, 2011. "Aging, Ambivalent Modernities, and the Pursuit of Value in India." Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2004.
Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2009. Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2017. Lamb, Sarah. "Permanent Personhood or Meaningful Decline? Lamb, Sarah, Series Editor, ed. of Rites of Spring: Gajan in Village Bengal, by Ralph Nicholas. So the other thing is, is that there's a lot of opportunities to work with faculty on research projects.
I had a student this year working with me. Women differ from men in that their connections are unmade and remade... "Let me tell you a story," one white-clad and white-haired widow and mother of eight said to me on my first visit to her rambling family home crowded with descendants and the smoke of several cooking fires, "about the way it is to be a mother these days. Everyday Life in South Asia. And really he's coming up with really compelling, wonderful data for that.
Waithood: Gender, Education, and Delays in Marriage and Childbearing. International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. (2016), Provost Research Award
Sarah Lamb: So these are just some of the exciting things you could do if you come to Brandeis. 3 (1999): 541-570.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2004. (2004), Marver and Sheva Bernstein Faculty Fellowship
"Aging, Gender and Widowhood: Perspectives from Rural West Bengal." Ordinary Medicine: Extraordinary Treatments, Longer Lives, and where to Draw the Line. Lamb, Sarah. Editor of new Rutgers University Press Book Series, "Global Perspectives on Aging". "The Age of Covid-19" Series, co-published by Somatosphere and the Association for Anthropology and Gerontology (2020): . South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies vol. I might've forgotten to mention my name. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Lamb, Sarah.
Lamb, Sarah. Let me show you. Care across Distance: Ethnographic Explorations of Aging and Migration. "Review."
of Body Thoughts, by Andrew Strathern. 50 2011: 318-319.
This article explores the stories of single women living in the urban metropolis of Kolkata, and in smaller towns and villages of West Bengal, as a means to illuminate emerging possibilities and constraints of selfhood for women in contemporary India. WGS has some of its own special fellowships. Transnational Aging: Current Insights and Future Challenges. Let me just tell you about another project. 1 (2013): 65-78.
Anthropology & Aging vol. "Hinduism Teachings and Aging." (2010), Theodore and Jane Norman Award for Faculty Scholarship
Andrew Carnegie Fellow
I'm also a professor in anthropology, and I specialize in India, and the US. "Review." 350-383. Personhood, Appropriate Dependence, and the Rise of Eldercare Institutions in India, in Lynch & Danely, eds. Berghahn, 2013. In/dependence, , Intergenerational Uncertainty, and the Ambivalent State: Perceptions of Old Age Security in India, Aging and the Indian Diaspora: Cosmopolitan Families in India and Abroad, Being a Widow and Other Life Stories: The Interplay Between Lives and Words, Being Single in India: Gendered Identities, Class Mobilities, and Personhoods in Flux: BEING SINGLE IN INDIA, Preface and Table of Contents for Successful Aging as a Contemporary Obsession, Ageless Aging or Meaningful Decline? It's Sarah Lamb, L-A-M-B. (1997), Michael L. Walzer '56 Award for Teaching
Lamb, Sarah. Aging and the Indian Diaspora: Cosmopolitan Families in India and Abroad. (2018), Lerman-Neubauer ’69 Prize for Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring
In fact, it is inadequate to think of the young as the primary locus of social change. Review of Maturing Masculinities: Aging, Chronic Illness, and Viagra in Mexico (Duke University Press 2013) by Emily Wentzell.
Transitions and Transformations, Rethinking the Generation Gap: Age and Agency in Middle-Class Kolkata, Critical Investigations of Age and Aging in the United States, Aging across worlds: Modern seniors in an indian diaspora, Cultural and Moral Values Surrounding Care and (In)Dependence in Late Life: Reflections From India in an Era of Global Modernity, Intimacy in a Transnational Era: The Remaking of Aging among Indian Americans, White Saris and Sweet Mangoes: Aging, Gender and Body in North India, Aging, gender and widowhood: Perspectives from rural West Bengal, The Making and Unmaking of Persons: Notes on Aging and Gender in North India, The Beggared Mother: Older Women's Narratives in West Bengal, LIVES OUTSIDE THE FAMILY: GENDER AND THE RISE OF ELDERLY RESIDENCES IN INDIA, Growing in the net of Maya : persons, gender and life processes in a Bengali society /, Critical Anthropology of Successful Aging.
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