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Lynne Segal is Anniversary Professor of Psychology and Gender Studies in the Department of Psychosocial Studies at Birkbeck College. Her books include Is the Future Female? Troubled Thoughts on Contemporary Feminism; Slow Motion: Changing Masculinities, Changing Men; and Straight Sex: Rethinking the Politics of Pleasure. She co-wrote Beyond the Fragments: Feminism and the Making of Socialism with Sheila Rowbotham and Hilary Wainwright.
"In this courageous study, Lynne Segal addresses the vicissitudes of ageing, a process that lies in wait for us all. She turns on the subject a critical eye honed by social psychology, psychoanalysis, feminism and radical politics. An original, probing and unsettling exploration." - Stuart Hall, author of Representation "It's about time for a book like Out of Time, compassionate, seasoned, honest, and wise, which asks questions about age but aims to enlighten, rather than frighten us. Read on!" - Elaine Showalter, author of A Jury of Her Peers "An international treasure." - Barbara Ehrenreich "A unique capacity for clarity and wit, along with her courage of intellect." - Sheila Rowbotham "One of the most capacious readers of feminism and sexuality studies I have ever encountered." - Judith Butler "Passionate, lucid, and shockingly candid ... a clarion call to those who see feminism as a redundant cause." - Helen Walsh "A powerful manifesto for dealing with the march of time." - Yvonne Roberts, Observer "A reflective essay on perceptions of ageing." - Tessa Hadley, Guardian "...a wonderfully honest look into a subject everyone should be thinking about." - Pop Matters "So what does it mean to age gracefully? How is this done? These questions are at the centre of this thoughtful new book" - The Economist "An engaging exploration of the brutal realities for yesteryear's feminists." - Joan Bakewell, The Independent "A seriously thoughtful book about being old - engagingly and evocatively written." - Stina Lyon, Times Higher Education