Interesting article about after death practices.
H-Death is a scholarly network that explores the multitude of historical issues surrounding the process and experience of dying and death. The H-Death network will allow scholars to compare and contrast the processes and experiences of dying and death across time and space, including American, European and non-Western contexts.
I am delighted to announce the publication of my book Suicide in Twentieth-Century Japan (Routledge, 2016). The book will be available for purchase and course adoption from February 26, 2016.
From the publisher's website https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138937765
I would like to draw your attention to my recently published book with Ashgate, Carved in Stone, Etched in Memory: Death, Tombsones and Commemoration in Bosnian Islam.
Here is the link:
York University, Toronto
In 1991, the African Burial Ground was accidentally unearthed during the construction of a federal building in Manhattan, New York. The finding derailed and ultimately halted the construction.
My new book,Mortal Dilemmas: The Troubled Landscape of Death in America (Left Coast Press), is now available. Written for a general audience, I consider some of the persistent conflicts that occur during dying and after death. While I focus on the United States, there are also many cross-cultural examples. There are chapters on the debate about physician assisted death, the management of persons in vegetative states, disputes over brain death, the medicalization of grief and the problems of remembering the dead.