Author Archives: Dr Hannah Rumble

Urban Death Project; wants backing on Kickstarter

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International Conference – Heritage of Death: Landscapes, Sentiment and Practice

TweetI’m very excited about this forthcoming international conference organized by the Department of Ethnology – Stockholm University and  CHAMP/Collaborative for Cultural Heritage Management and Policy – University of Illinois to be held in Stockholm on the 10-11 September 2015. I really … Continue reading

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Natural Burial Trends in Germany

TweetGoing green – also in death Unusually, a news story about natural burial that isn’t from Britain or North America!

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CDAS conference: Death and its Futures

TweetCDAS is 10 this year and will be celebrating all the work that’s been achieved during the annual conference, which this year has the theme ‘Death and its Futures’. Meanwhile, for those of you who can never attend the free … Continue reading

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Urban Death Project

Tweet If any of you have ever read my academic work you’ll be familiar with me stressing the cultural significance of cremation in Britain and the huge social and cultural impact it had on British society over a century ago….if … Continue reading

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