Thursday 1 September 2016, 12.30PM to Saturday 3
Speaker: Jacque Lynn Foltyn, Sarah Tarlow, Michele Aaron, Eva Reimers
Location: TFTV, University of York Campus
How can we, as academics, understand cultural responses to mortality?
Is every response to death – over time and over place - uniquely personal or essentially the same?
This conference focusses on the impact of mortality on culture, and the ways in which the very fact of death has shaped human behaviour, evidenced through thought, action, production and expression. The conference seeks to re-engage with the study of mortality as an academic enterprise, supported by evidence and framed by theoretical engagement. No discipline is excluded and we are encouraging researchers including postgraduates to contribute who might not consider themselves death scholars, with work that overlaps with death and the dead.
We welcome contributions on topics such as but not limited to:
Abstracts of roughly 250 words should be sent with a 100 word biography to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 1st April 2016
National University California
University of Leicester
University of Birmingham
You can now register through the University of York online store.
Full rate conference registration: £150
Student rate conference registration: £120.
Both tiers of registration cover food and drink during the three days, details of provision will be included on the conference programme. If you have any particular dietry requirements beyond vegetarianism and veganism, please email email@example.com to let us know.
*TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
1. All registrations should be received by 1 August 2016. If you have missed this deadline, email firstname.lastname@example.org to see if there are remaining spaces.
2. Please note that the University of York cannot accept payments by Diner, Switch, Eurocard or American Express Cards, Postal Orders and cheques drawn on a foreign bank.
3. Cancellation – on or before 1 June full refund excluding admin fee of £10. After the 1 June but before 1 August refund of 50% of registration fee. After 1 August no refund will be available.
*DATA PROTECTION AND CONFIDENTIALITY
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13-16 April 2016
The premiere educational, interdisciplinary meeting for professionals working in the field of death, dying and bereavement: mental health professionals, social workers, counselors, educators, clergy, funeral directors, hospital and hospice personnel, and psychologists.
In the Midst of Life we are in Death' - Death, Burial and the Afterlife in the Arts and Humanities
23-25 June 2016
University College Dublin
This three-day conference – hosted by the UCD College of Arts & Humanities– aims at bringing together representatives of all branches of the arts and humanities from Ireland and further afield to foster new insights into the way in which death shapes our existence.