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’m hopeful that my new book will be of some interest to people on this list. By way of background, I write intellectual history and medical ethics/humanities and run a Center for Humanizing Critical Care that attempts to improve the care of people with life-threatening illness in the intensive care units.
If you have taught a course with a concentration pertaining to death, burial practices etc. please share your syllabus with the network and your colleagues. The course could be an introduction/advanced, undergraduate or graduate. Please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org (or by clicking on "Contact the Editors" on the right side of the homepage) and add them as attachments.
Interesting article about after death practices.