Thomas Cole, Old Man Country featured in podcast
Journalist Susan Flory created The Big Middle, a podcast featuring “spirited conversations about living healthy longer, aging differently.” In the October 22 episode, Flory spoke with Thomas Cole, PhD, about aging, the fourth age, and his book Old Man Country.
Thomas Cole interviewed for New Tricks for Old Dogs podcast
In late May, Thomas Cole, PhD, appeared in “The Lockdown Frees the Mind,” an episode of New Tricks for Old Dogs. The podcast is hosted by Paul Menzel and Jim Conlan and addresses topics for Boomers. In the episode, Cole…
The Page 99 Test features “Old Man Country,” plus Shelf Awareness review
Old Man Country: My Search for Meaning Among the Elders is the latest book written by Thomas Cole, PhD. The book, released in December 2019 by Oxford University Press, has received much attention from media outlets including The New York…
Thomas Cole discusses latest book on Psychology Today
“My Journey Into Old Man Country,” appeared on the Psychology Today website this week. In the piece, Thomas Cole, PhD, discusses the journey he experienced while writing his latest book, Old Man Country: My Search for Meaning Among the Elders….
Thomas Cole interviewed by Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal’s Clare Ansberry recently interviewed Thomas Cole, PhD, about his latest book, Old Man Country. In the interview, Ansberry and Cole discuss what can be learned from men in their 80s, following Cole’s conversations with the subjects…
Houston Chronicle reviews “Old Man Country”
Thomas Cole, PhD, saw his latest book Old Man Country: My Search for Meaning Among the Elders released in late 2019. The book was positively reviewed by the Houston Chronicle’s Mark B. Ryan in a piece released this month.
“Old Man Country” by Thomas Cole is released
“Old Man Country” is the second book from author Thomas Cole, PhD, director of the McGovern Center for Humanities and Ethics. The book is an eyewitness account of the challenges of dealing with old age from some of the most successful people…