Author Archives: Dr Hannah Rumble

Poetry inspired by cemeteries

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Pebbles: a design for death

TweetThe material culture associated with death and mortuary rites never ceases to amaze and occasionally delight me, as is the case with this designer’s coffin; a birch-ply pebble! Pebblewood Coffins  

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The Price of Death in South Africa

Tweet  If I weren’t living so far away up in Aberdeen I’d be at this film screening and talk by Dr Rebekah Lee,  in History Department at Goldsmiths, in an instant.  I encourage you to go nonetheless as it sounds … Continue reading

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Aljazeera coverage of the American eco-burial movement!

TweetAccording to this Aljazeera news coverage there are 37 natural/eco-burial grounds in America; can anyone verify that? Green Goodbyes: The growth of eco-burials Green Goodbyes

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