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Vol 8, No 2 (2013)

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Table of Contents


Dead in the Field: Utilizing Fieldwork to Explore the Historical Interpreting of Death Related Activity, and the Emotional Coping with Death PDF
Christina Welch 127-132


For Prayers and Pedagogy: Contextualising English Carved Cadaver Monuments of the Late-Medieval Social and Religious Elite PDF
Christina Welch 133-155
Cross Bones Graveyard: Honouring the Outcast PDF
Adrian Harris 156-174
The Unclean Truth: Death at the London Metropolitan Police’s Crime Museum PDF
Lucy Talbot 175-187
A Grave Look at History: The Australian Perspective PDF
Catherine Brew 188-198
God: Buried in the Rubble PDF
Irene Davies 199-208
The Context of Transcendent and Immanent use of Humour: How Workers in Crematoria and Cemeteries in the UK are Coping with Death, Funerals and Second Hand Grief PDF
Angie McLachlan 209-222
“Our Dead are the Ultimate Teachers of Life”. The Corpse as an Inter-mediator of Transcendence: Spirituality in the German Funeral Market PDF
Antje Kahl 223-240
Dying your own way? A comparative approach to Mortality as a religious identity marker in British Islam and British Judaism PDF
Marta Dominguez Diaz 241-257

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