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Dying and death in 18th-21st century Europe

Author: Marius Rotar; Adriana Teodorescu
Publisher: Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars, 2011-2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book features a selection of the most representative papers presented during the international conference Dying and Death in 18th-21st Century Europe (ABDD). It invites you on a fascinating  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Congresses
Aufsatzsammlung
Conference papers and proceedings
History
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marius Rotar; Adriana Teodorescu
ISBN: 9781443832083 1443832081 9781443855471 1443855472
OCLC Number: 751835384
Notes: Selected conference papers.
Description: 2 volumes : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: Steps in the cold shadow / Marius Rotar and Adriana Teodorescu --
Death and modernization / Iona Kemppainen --
How sacred is secular death? And just how secular can sacred death be? A theoretical proposal / Adela Toplean --
A place for the dead : 'Angels' and 'Heaven' in personalized eschatology / Thomas Quartier --
The order of funeral services in the Romanian Orthodox Church at the end of the 17th and beginning of the 18th century, reflected into the first Romanian printed books / Dumitru Vanca --
Understanding death in the 21st century : Vito Mancuso and his re-assessment of the Christian teaching on death from the perspective of man's historical experience / Corneliu C. Smiut --
These horrid superstitions : death and dying amongst the English 'folk', c. 1840-c.1914 / Helen Frisby --
Honour and death in military and militaristic discourse in Romania (1859-1918) / Mihai Chiper --
Collective interments : ossuaries and brotherly mounds in Bulgaria, 1944-1989 / Nikolai Vukov --
Infanticide : between a private matter and public concern in Serbia from 1800 to 1860 / Aleksandra Vuletic --
Welcoming home the dead : exhumation and reburial of famous deceased in Serbia / Aleksandra Pavicevic --
The death of the star : social and cultural issues / Adriana Teodorescu --
Body, culture, and place : towards an anthropology of the cemetery / Alessandro Gusman and Cristina Vargas --
The natural burial ground Bergerbos : an alternative place of burial in the Netherlands / Mirjam Klaassens and Peter Groote --
Birth of the "cremation power" : growth in cremation and building of crematoria in the Czech Republic / Zdeněk R. Nešpor --
On cremation in interwar Romania / Marius Rotar --
Liminal bodies of the dead and dying : ritual and the construction of social identity / Janneke Peelen and Joanna Wojtkowiak --
Death and memory in the context of the contemporary Bulgarian street posted obituary / Emiliya Karaboeva --
Everprivate grief in public space : roadside memorials in the Czech Republic / Olga Nešporová --
The modern hospice movement : a quiet revolution in end of life care / Ken Worpole.
Responsibility: edited by Marius Rotar and Adriana Teodorescu.
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