(MENAFN - The Conversation) Sally Chivers is a Full Professor of English and Gender & Women's Studies at Trent University, where she teaches about illness, disability, and aging in literature, film and popular culture. She is the author of The Silvering Screen: Old Age and Disability in Cinema (2011) and From Old Woman to Older Women: Contemporary Culture and Women's Narratives (2003), and the co-editor of Care Home Stories: Aging, Disability and Long-Term Residential Care (2017) and The Problem Body: Projecting Disability and Film (2010), as well as a wide range of scholarly articles. Her ongoing research focuses on the cultural politics of aging and disability, committed to telling new and better stories about aging, disability and care that celebrate and interrogate the possibilities that come with an aging population.
- –present Professor of English and Gender & Women's Studies, Trent University
- 2000 McGill University, English Literature, PhD
Distinguished Research Award, Trent University
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