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Remember Me: Socially Constructing Life After Death / Edition 1

Remember Me: Socially Constructing Life After Death / Edition 1

by Margaret Mitchell


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ISBN-13: 9780415954853
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 10/01/2006
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 272
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Date of Birth:

July 8, 1900

Date of Death:

August 16, 1949

Place of Birth:

Atlanta, Georgia

Place of Death:

Atlanta, Georgia


Smith College

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments. Mitchell, Constructing Immortality: The Role of the Dead in Everyday Life. Howarth, The Rebirth of Death: Continuing Relationships with the Dead. Hockey, Kellaher, Prendergast, Sustaining Kinship: Ritualization and the Disposal of Human Ashes in the United Kingdom. Bourke, “Rachel Comforted”: Spiritualism and the Reconstruction of the Body After Death. Fowler, Collective Memory and Forgetting: Components for a Study of Obituaries. Hughes, Fever. Drake, The Will: Inheritance Distribution and Feuding Families. Allsop, Complaints About Health Care in the United Kingdom Following a Person’s Death. Johnson, Knowing by Heart: Remembering Victims of Intrafamilial Homicide. Herbert, Psychosocial Death Following Traumatic Brain Injury. Sullivan, Should Suicide be Reported in the Media? A Research Note. Breen, O’Connor, Family Disputes, Dysfunction, and Division: Case Studies of Road Traffic Deaths. Lennon, Mitchell, Dark Tourism: The Role of Sites of Death in Tourism. Beloff, Immortality Work: Photographs as Memento Mori. Wyatt, Art as Afterlife: Posthumous Self-presentation by Eminent Painters. Kornell, The Eternal Cadaver: Anatomy and its Representation. Read, Representing Trauma: The Case for Troubling Images.

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