Arts | Aging | Wellness | Community
Listen to, watch, or read some of Andrea’s media appearances.
What gray hair says about us and the aging world we live in. [Featured Interview, 48 mins.] Wrinkle Radio.Listen Now
How might attending to the old, ageing, and obsolete help address newly emergent global crises, including the rise of populism and climate change? Roundtable podcast with Andrea Charise, Devoney Looser, Travis Chi Wing Lau and more.Listen Now
Universities must fundamentally change their approach to teaching health-related knowledge. It is time to commit to “radical interdisciplinarity.”The Conversation
Interview with Sharon Aschaiek.University Affairs
In honour of National Seniors Day, and of the United Nations International Day of Older Persons, Dr. Charise talks about what Canadians can do to combat ageism.Read Now
“The longer we live our lives thinking about our own aging, the less likely we are to reproduce the conditions of an ageist society.” Interview with Leah Sandals for Culture Days.Read Now
Featured Interview with Michael Enright on CBC’s The Sunday Edition [24 mins]Read Now
Celebrating the launch of Canada’s first undergraduate program in Health Humanities at UTSC with founding supervisor Professor Andrea Charise.Read Now
As a health humanities professor, Andrea teaches university students and health care providers how to use the arts to think about illness, death, aging and healing. As told to Healthy Debate.Read Now
CBC’s The Sunday Edition: Stop dehumanizing old people by using the phrase “grey tsunami”
Andrea Charise, a professor at the University of Toronto, says the tsunami metaphor can have powerful—and sometimes tragic—consequences for the lives of elderly people. A featured interview with Michael Enright.