Monthly Archives: October 2016

Death at the Margins of the State

Tweet  CDAS Conference 2017: Death at the Margins of the State 09-10 June 2017 The Edge, University of Bath   Human beings typically grant appropriate death rites to those deemed members of the community; withholding of proper rites often reflects … Continue reading

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Commemorating Diasporic Death at Home and Abroad

TweetCommemorating Diasporic Death at Home and Abroad Edinburgh: 25 November 2016 IN ASSOCIATION WITH NATIONAL MUSEUMS SCOTLAND Our eighth and final seminar in the series explores the way that Scottish migrant deaths were commemorated at home and abroad during the nineteenth … Continue reading

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Life. Death. Whatever.

TweetLife. Death. Whatever. is a month long reflection on life, death and everything in between at the National Trust’s Sutton House in London; a fantastic month-long line-up of great, thought-provoking events and exhibitions that I encourage you all to visit this … Continue reading

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Acts of Remembrance

TweetA one-off screening of Return of the Liberators, which documents an extraordinary road trip that took place in 2015: 96 London Black Cabs, 120 WWII Veterans on a road trip to the Netherlands. This act of remembrance documented by visual … Continue reading

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