Alice T. Day

Board Member of Council for a Livable World

 Alice T. Day (wife of Lincoln) recevied a BA from Smith College, her MA in Sociology from Columbia University, and her PhD from the Australian National University, also in sociology.  She served as Hofstee Fellow, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute, The Hauge, in 1994.  She also was director of an Australian federal government project entitled Successful Aging, A.C.T. from 1990-93. Of the more than 30 books, professional articles, book chapters, and reports she has written, the best know include Remarkable Survivors - Insights into Successful Aging Among Women (1991), 'We Can Manage' - Expectations About Care and Varieties of Family Support Among Persons 75 Years of Age and Over (1985), and with Lincoln H. Day, Too Many Americans (1964).  Dr. Day is a board member of Council for a Livable World, and member of the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation.  She is both board member and chair of the Task Force on Environment and Natural Resources of the Women's National Democratic Club, and a member of the Cosmopolitan Club. Alice and Lincoln Day's first documentary film, Scarred Lands and Wounded Lives - The Environmental Footprint of War (68 min.) debuted in 2009.