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Sustainable Death Practices in Contemporary Europe Webinar (3rd Nov 2021)

Join CDALS Associates Brenda Mathijssen and Georgina Robinson for a free interactive webinar discussing the emergence of sustainable death practices in contemporary Europe.
Sustainable Death Practices Webinar with Brenda Mathijssen and Georgina Robinson, 3rd Nov 2021

Music, Monuments, and Memory Symposium (13th Nov 2021): Call for Papers

Professor Douglas Davies FBA, Director of The Centre for Death and Life Studies at Durham University, invites your interest in this one-day exploratory symposium on the relationship between Music, Monuments, and Memory.
Durham Cathedral

Research on Cremation & Burial Archives at Durham: Possible funding available

The Durham Residential Research Library is advertising Visiting Fellowships of one month in duration. The extensive archives of the British Cremation Society and the Federation of Burial and Cremation Authorities might offer one focus for a suitable applicant.
Durham Cathedral viewed from the Palace Green

Music, Mortality, and Ritual Symposium (15th May 2021): Programme and Registration

Professor Douglas Davies FBA, Director of The Centre for Death and Life Studies at Durham University, invites your interest in this one-day exploratory symposium on the relationship between Music, Mortality, and Ritual with its prime focus on Music.
Music, Mortality, and Ritual Symposium

Music, Mortality, and Ritual: A Death Studies Symposium (15th May 2021): Call for Papers

Professor Douglas Davies FBA, Director of The Centre for Death and Life Studies at Durham University, invites your interest in this one-day exploratory symposium on the relationship between Music, Mortality, and Ritual with its prime focus on Music.
Looking up at the windows of Abbey House on Palace Green, Durham