The following represents a selected list of major texts and peer-reviewed journal articles on cemeteries and burial in a range of disciplines and from a range of perspectives, sorted by year of publication and with international coverage.
The list is by no means exhaustive, but includes works that are variously essential, informative, intriguing and infuriating. Where two or more chapters are relevant from a collected text, individual chapters are not listed separately.
Barker, A. J. (2018) ‘Deathscapes of settler colonialism: the necro-settlement of Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada’, Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 108:4, 1134-49.
Coutts, C., Bamajian, C., Sehee, J., Kelty, S., and Williams, P. (2018) ‘Natural burial as a land conservation tool in the US’, Landscape and Urban Planning, 130-143.
Gijbels, J. (2018) ‘Reassessing the pauper burial: the disposal of corpses in nineteenth-century Brussels’, Mortality,23:2, 184-198.
Knight, F. (2018) ‘Cremation and Christianity: English Anglican and Roman Catholic attitudes to cremation since 1885’, Mortality, 23:4, 301-319.
Kolnberger, T. (2018) 'Cemeteries and urban form: a historico-geographic approach', Urban Morphology, 22:1, 119-39.
McAllister, D. (2018) Imagining the Dead in British Literature and Culture, 1790-1848, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.
McLymont, K. (2018) ‘“They have different ways of doing things”: cemeteries, diversity and local place attachement’, Journal of Cultural Studies, 39: 267-85.
Parsons, B. (2018) ‘Robertson at the City: portrait of a cemetery superintendent’, Genealogy, 2: 31.
Pechan Driver, C.T. (2018) Muslim Custodians of Jewish Spaces in Morocco: Drinking the Milk of Trust, Palgrave Macmillan
Rugg, J. (2018) ‘Consolation, individuation and consumption: towards a theory of cyclicality in English funerary practice’, Cultural and Social History, 15:1, 61-78.
Rugg, J. and Parsons, B. (2018) Funerary Practices in England and Wales, Bingly, Emerald Publishing.
Skår, M., Nordh, H. and Swensen, G. (2018) ‘Green urban cemeteries: more than just parks’, Journal of Urbanism, 11:3, 362-82.
Sloane, D.C. (2018) Is the Cemetery Dead? Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Swensen, G. and Brendalsmo, J. (2018) ‘Churchyards and cemeteries throughout the centuries – praxis and legislation’, Landscape History, 39:1, 87-102.
Thake, C., and Buhagiar, J. (2018) Ta’ Braxia Cemetery, Msida: Best Print.
Tomašević, A. (2018) ‘Cemeteries as tourist attractions’, Tourističko Poslovanje, 21, 13-24.
Clayden, A., Green, T., Hockey, J. and Powell, M. (2017) ‘Cutting the lawn – natural burial and its contribution to the delivery of ecosystems in urban cemeteries’, Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, 33: 99-106.
Clements, P. (2017) ‘Highgate Cemetery heterotopia : a creative counterpublic space’, Space and Culture, 20:4, pages.
Colombo, A. D. (2017) 'Why Europe has never been united (not even in the afterworld): the fall and rise of cremation in cities', Death Studies, 41:1, 22-33.
de Spiegeller, C. and Tyssens, J. (2017) 'Secularizing funerary culture in nineteenth-century Belgium: a product of political and religious controversy', Death Studies, 41:1, 14-21.
Evensen, K.H., Nordh, H. and Skår, M. (2017) ‘Everyday use of urban cemeteries: a Norwegian case study’, Landscape and Urban Planning, 159: 76-84.
Fraser, L, (2017) ‘Death in 19th century Australia and New Zealand’, History Compass, 15:7.
Frihammar, M. and Silverman, H. (eds) Heritage of Death: Landscapes of Emotion, Memory and Practice, London: Routledge.
Jupp, P.C., Davies, D.J., Grainger, H., Raeburn, G.D. and White, S.R.G. (2017) Cremation in Modern Scotland: History, Architecture and the Law, Edinburgh: Berlinn.
Klapetek, M (2017) ‘Muslim areas at municipal cemeteries in Germany and Austria’, Studia Religiologica, 50:3, 203-220.
Kolnberger, T. (2017) “Funerary Culture and Modernisation in the State of Luxembourg (1800-2000)”, Revue Belge de Philologie et d’Histoire / Belgisch Tijdschrift voor Filologie en Geschiedenis, 95:4, 213-238.
Krupar, S.R. (2017) ‘Green death: sustainability and the administration of the dead’, Cultural Geography, 25:2, 267-84.
Majewska, A. (2017) ‘Jewish sepulchral heritage in Silesian Voivodeship divided by the borders: similarities and differences’, Region and Regionalism, 13, 147-67.
Rugg, J. (2017) ‘Materiality, identity, mutability: irresolvable tensions within burial reform’, in Bradbury, J. and Scarre, C. (eds) Engaging with the Dead: Exploring Changing Human Beliefs about Death, Mortality and the Human Body, Oxford: Oxbow Books, 210-16.
Rugg, J. and Holland, S. (2017) 'Respecting corpses: the ethics of grave re-use', Mortality, 22:1, 1-14.
Saad, T.C. (2017) ‘The moral inadequacy of cremation’, The New Bioethics, 23:3, 249-60.
Streb, C. K. (2017) ‘Modern class society in the making: evidence from Palatinate gravestones of the nineteenth century’, International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 21: 240-76.
Thomas, Hannah (2017) The Secret Cemetery, Gracewing: Leominster.
Tavares da Cruz, N.J., Lenza, Á.G.R., P. da C.F. Dos Santos, I.M.B.S. Pinto, Zancan, C. and De Souza G.H.S. (2017) ‘Environmental impacts caused by cemeteries and crematoria, new funeral technologies and preferences of the Northeastern and Southern Brazilian population as for the funeral process’, Environmental Science Pollution Research, 24: 24121-24134.
Vajta, K. (2017) ‘Gravestones speak – but in which language? Epitaphs as mirrors of language shifts and identities in Alsace’, Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 39:2, 137-54.
Alonso, A.D. and Nienass, B. (2016) 'Deaths, visibility and responsibility: the politics of mourning at the US-Mexico border', Social Research: An International Quarterly, 83:2, 421-51.
Ashley, S.L.T. (2016) ‘Acts of heritage, acts of value: memorialising at the Chattri Indian Memorial, UK’, International Journal of Heritage Studies, 22:7, 554-67.
Azevedo, V. R. (2016) ‘Restoring the dignity of the war’s disappeared? Exhumations of mass graves, restorative justice and compassion policies in Peru’, Human Remains and Violence, 2:2, 39-55.
Bertrand, R. and Carol, A. (eds) (2016) Aux Origines des Cimetières Contemporains: Les Réformes Funéraires de L’Europe Occidentale XVIIe-XIXe siècle, Aix-en-Provence: Presses Universitaires de Province, 239-256.
Buckham, S, Jupp, P.C. and Rugg, J. (eds) Death in Modern Scotland, 1855-1955: Beliefs, Attitudes and Practices, Edinburgh: Peter Lang, 215-240.
Conway, H. (2016) The Law and the Dead, London: Routledge.
Davies, P.J. (2016) ‘Planning, provision and perpetuity of deathscapes – past and future trends and the impact for city planners’, Land Use Policy, 55, 98-107.
Dobscha, S. (2016) (ed.) Death in a Consumer Culture, London: Routledge.
Griffin, L.M. and Wallace, C. (2016) (eds) Grave Matters: Death and Dying in Dublin 1500-Present, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 150-58.
Henriot, C. (2016) Scythe and the City: A Social History of Death in Shanghai, Stamford, CA: Stamford University Press.
Hunter, A. (2016) ‘Deathscapes in diaspora: contesting space and negotiating home in contexts of post-migration diversity’, Social and Cultural Geography, 17: 2, 247-261.
Hunter, A. (2016) ‘Staking a claim to land, faith and family: burial location preferences of Middle Eastern Christian migrants’, Journal of Intercultural Studies, 17:2, 179-194.
Kadrouch-Outmany, K. (2016) ‘Religion at the cemetery: Islamic burials in the Netherlands and Belgium’, Contemporary Islam, 10, 87-105.
McClymont, K. (2016) ‘”That eccentric use of land at the top of the hill”: cemeteries and the stories of the city’, Mortality, 21:4, 378-397.
Petersson, A. and Wingren, C. (2016) ‘Designing a memorial place: continuing care, passage landscapes and future memories’, Mortality, 16:1, 54-69.
Raeburn, G. (2016) ‘Death, superstition, and common society following the Scottish Reformation’, Mortality, 21:1, 36-51.
Roberts, B. (2016) ‘A tale of two funerals: civic ritual, public mourning and community participation in late nineteenth-century Middlesbrough’, Cultural and Social History, 13:4, 467-482.
Rugg, J. (2016) ‘Cost, choice and diversity: policy issues in burial and cremation in England’, in L. Foster and K. Woodthorpe (eds) Death and Social Policy in Challenging Times, 91-109.
Rugg, J. (2016) ‘Radical departures? Changing landscapes of death in Leicester’, in Rodger, R. and Madgin, R. (eds) Leicester: A Modern History, Lancaster: Carnegie, 137-55.
Trapeznik, A. and Gee, A. (2016) ‘Laying the Victorians to rest: funerals, memorials and the funeral business in nineteenth-century Otago’, Australian Economic History Review, 56:3, 317-336.
Williams, H. and Giles, M. (2016) (eds) Archaeologists and the Dead, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Young, C. and Light, D. (2016) ‘Interrogating spaces of and for the dead as ‘alternative space’: cemeteries, corpses and sites of Dark Tourism’, International Review of Social Research, 6: 2, 61-72.
Bennett, G. and Davies, P.J. (2015) ‘Urban cemetery planning and the conflicting role of local and regional interests’, Land Use Policy, 42, 450-459.
Campo-Ruiz, I. (2015) ‘Equality in death: Sigurd Lewentz and the planning of Malmö Eastern Cemetery, 1916-1973’, Planning Perspectives, 30:4, 639-657.
Cannon, A. and Cook, K. (2015) ‘Infant death and the archaeology of grief’, Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 25: 1, 399-416.
Clayden, A., Green, T., Hockey, J. and Powell, M. (2015) Natural Burial: Landscape, Practice and Experience, Abingdon: Routledge.
Dreyfus, J-M. and Anstett, E. (eds) Human Remains and Mass Violence: Methodological Approaches, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 181-198.
Ferrándiz, F. and Robben, A. (2015) Necropolitics: Mass Graves and Exhumations in the Age of Human Rights, Philadelphia: University of Penmsylvania Press.
Frisby, H. (2015) ‘Drawing the pillow, laying out and port wine: the moral economy of death, dying and bereavement in England, c.1840-1930’, Mortality, 20:2, 103-127.
Graham, C., Arnold, M., Kohn, T. and Gibbs, M.R. (2015) ‘Gravesites and websites: a comparison of memorialisation’, Visual Studies, 30:1, 37-53.
Graham, S. (2015) ‘The plantation community cemetery: reading black and white relationships in the landscape’, Markers, 30, 68-91.
Gruffatini, L. (2015) ‘Volunteers and the French public pauper burial: do it yourself?’, Mortality, 20:1, 67-82.
Joralemon, D. (2015) ‘Ordering chaos: the process of remembering mass murder’, Mortality, 20:2, 178-191.
Klaufus, C. (2015) “The dead are killing the living”: spatial justice, funerary services and cemetery land use in urban Colombia’, Habitat International, 30, 1-6.
Laqueur, T. (2015) The Work of the Dead: A Cultural History of Mortal Remains, Princeton NJ: Princeton University Press.
Lee, T. (2015) ‘Place and identity: what can we learn from the dead?’, in K. Lawrence (ed.) ‘Landscape, Place and Identity in Craft and Design’, craft+designenquiry, 7, 99-112.
Killoran, P., Pollack, D., Nealis, S. and Rinker, E. (2015) ‘Cemetery preservation and beautification of death: investigations of unmarked early to mid-nineteenth-century burial grounds in Central Kentucky’, in A. J. Osterholtz (ed.) Theoretical Approaches to Analysis and Interpretation of Commingled Human Remains, Cham: Springer, 219-241.
Potter, M. (2015) City and Cemetery: A History of Mount Saint Lawrence, Limerick, Limerick: Limerick City Council.
Rodrigues, C. (2015) ‘Funerals, opposition and protest between France and Brazil in nineteenth century’, Fórum, 9, 41-72.
Rosenow, M.K. (2015) Death and Dying in the Working Class, 1865-1920, Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Sobotka, S. and Długozima, A. (2015) ‘Evaluation and development opportunities of the disused Lutheran cemeteries within the Maskuliński and Pisz Forest Divisions for thanotourism’, Tourism, 25: 1, 67-75.
Wolffe, J. (2015) ‘“Martyrs as really as St Stephen was a martyr?” Commemoration of the British dead of the First World War, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church, 15:1, 23-38.
Britton, J. (2014) '"Feeling is our objective": Green-Wood Cemetery, sentiment, and refinement in antebellum New York', Ninteenth-Century Contexts, 36: 1, 19-34.
Boulton, J. (2014) 'Traffic in corpses and the commodification of burial in Georgian England', Continuity and Change, 29:2, 181-208.
Klaufus, C. (2014) 'Deathscapes in Latin America's metropolises: urban land use, funerary transformations and daily inconveniences', European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 96, 99-111.
Lee, H. A. (2014) 'Managing the living through the dead: colonial governmentality and the 1912 Burial Rules in Colonial Korea', Journal of Historical Sociology, 27: 3, 402-422.
Neilsen, P. and Groes, L. (2014) 'Ethnography inside the walls: studying the contested space of the cemetery', Ethnography Praxis in Industry Conference Proceedings, 108-118.
Niţă, M, Iojă, I., Laurentiu Rozylowicz, D.A.O. and Tudor, A.C. (2014) ‘Land use consequences of the evolution of cemeteries in the Bucharest Metropolitan Area’, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 57, 7, 1066-82.
Onwuzuruigbo, I. (2014) 'Space of power and power of space: Islam and conflict over cemetery space in colonial Ibadan', Journal of Urban History, 40, 2, 301-317.
Purvinas, M. and Purvinienė, M. (2014) Mažosios Lietuvos Kapinės ir Antkapiniai Paminklai, II Knyga [Cemeteries and tombstones in Lithuania Minor, 2nd book], Kaunas: Technologija.
Rugg, J. (2014) 'The Burial Laws Amendment Act of 1880 and strategies of evasion in rural North Yorkshire', Northern History, 51, 1, 113-130.
Rugg, J., Stirling, F. and Clayden, A. (2014) 'Churchyard and cemetery in an English industrial city: Sheffield, 1740-1900', Urban History, 41, 4, 627-663. Sheffield paper (PDF , 578kb)
Vanderstraeten, R. (2014) 'Burying and remembering the dead', Memory Studies, 7: 4, pp.457-471.
Yarwood, R., Sidaway, J. Kelly, C. and Stillwell, S. (2014) 'Sustainable deathstyles? The geography of green burials in Britain', The Geography Journal, doi: 10.1111/geoj.12087
Bok, L. and Halcus, J. H. (2013) Graftrommels en (Kunst) Grafkransen in Nederland, Dodenakkers.nl foundation.
Brown, T. (2013) 'The making of urban "healtheries": the transformation of cemeteries and burial grounds in late-Victorian East London', Journal of Historic Geography, 42, 12-23.
Kotilainen, S. (2013) 'Rural people's literacy skills in remembrance of the departed: the writing of personal names on sepulchral monuments at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries', Mortality, 18:2, 173-94. [Finland]
Laxton, P. and Roger, P. (2013) Insanitary City: Henry Littlejohn and the Condition of Edinburgh, Lancaster: Carnegie Press.
Matthey, L., Felli, R. and Mager, C. (2013) '"We do have space in Lausanne. We have a large cemetery": the non-controversy of a non-existent Muslim burial ground', Social and Cultural Geography, 14:4, 428-45.
Núñez, M. (2013) 'Dread of the dead - living in the vicinity of dead relatives in Finland, 1751-1850' in K. von Kackwitz and R. Peyroted-Stjema (eds) Ancient Deathways: Proceedings of a Workshop on Archaeology and Mortuary Practices, Uppsala: Uppsala Universitet, 85-103.
Parker, G. and McVeigh, C. (2013) 'Do not cut the grass: expressions of British Gypsy-Traveller identity on cemetery memorials', Mortality, 18:2, 290-312.
Rugg, J. (2013) 'Choice and constraint in the burial landscape: re-evaluating twentieth-century commemoration in the English churchyard', Mortality, 18:3, 215-234.
Rugg, J. (2013) Churchyard and Cemetery: Tradition and Modernity in Rural North Yorkshire, Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Schultz, F.R. (2013) Death in East Germany 1945-1990, Oxford: Berghahn.
Tanaś, S. (2013) ‘Tourism “death space” and thanatourism in Poland’, Current Issues of Tourism Research, 13:1, 22-27.
Venbrux, E., Quartier, T., Venhorst, C. and Mathijssen, B. (2013) (eds) Changing European Deathways, Lit: Münster.
Watkins, C. (2013) The Undiscovered Country: Journeys Among the Dead, London: The Bodley Head.
Wingren, C. (2013) 'Place-making strategies in multi-cultural Swedish cemeteries: the cases of Östra kyrkogården’ in Malmö and Järva common’ Mortality, 18 (2), 151-172.
Cappers, W. (2012) Aan dese Zijde van der Dood: Funeraire Componenten van Seculariserende Cultuurlandschappen in Nederland 1576-2010, vols I and II, Arnhem: Criterion.
Michael, P. and Hirst, D. (2012) 'Recording the many faces of death at the Denbigh Asylum, 1848-1938', History of Psychiatry, 23: 1, 40-51.
Philo, C. (2012) 'Troubled proximities: asylums and cemeteries in nineteenth-century England', History of Psychiatry, 23:1, 91-103.
Snell, K.D.M. (2012) 'Churchyard closures, rural cemeteris and the village community in Leicestershire and Rutland, 1800-2010', Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 63: 4, 721-757.
Mallios, S. and Caterino, D. (2011) 'Mortality, money and commemoration: social and economic factors in Southern California grave-marker change during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries', International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 15, 429-60.
Michael, P. and Hirst, D. (2011) 'Recording the many faces of death at the Denbigh Asylum, 1848-1938', History of Psychiatry, 23: 1, 40-51.
Tarlow, S. (2011) Ritual, Belief and the Dead in Early Modern Britain and Ireland, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Thorsheim, P. (2011) 'The corpse in the garden: burial, health and the environment in nineteenth-century London', Environmental Health, 16:1, 1-31.
Maddrell, A., and Sideway, J. (eds) (2010) Deathscapes, Aldershot: Ashgate.
Herman, A. (2010) ‘Death has a touch of class: society and space in Brookwood Cemetery, 1853-1903’, Journal of Historic Geography, 36: 3 (2010), pp. 305-314.
Jalland, P. (2010) Death in War and Peace: A History of Loss and Grief in England, 1914-1970, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Purvinas, M. & Purvinienė, M. (2010) Mažosios Lietuvos kapinės ir antkapiniai paminklai, I knyga [Cemeteries and tombstones in Lithuania Minor, 1st book], Kaunas: Technologija
West, K. (2010) A Guide to Woodland Burial, London: Shaw and Sons.
Dennie, G. (2009) 'The standard of dying: race, indigence, and the disposal of the dead body in Johannesburg, 1886-1960', African Studies, 68, 3, pp310-329.
Matušakaitė, M. (2009) Išėjusiems atminti: Laidosena ir kapų ženklinimas LDK [In the memory for the deceased: burial and tomb marking in GDL], Vilnius: Vilniaus dailės akademijos leidykla
Smith, M. (2009) ‘The Church of Scotland and the funeral industry in nineteenth-century Edinburgh’, The Scottish Historical Review, 88:225, pp. 108-133.
Arnold, A. J. and Bidmead, J. M. (2008) ‘Going “to paradise by way of Kensal Green”: a most unfit subject for trading profit? Business History, 50:3, pp. 328-350.
Black, M. A. (2008) ‘Reburying and rebuilding: reflecting on proper burial in Berlin after “Zero Hour”, in A. Confino, P. Betts and D. Schumann (eds) Between Mass Death and Individual Loss: The Place of the Dead in 20th Century Germany, Oxford: Berghahn Books.
Johnson, P. (2008) ‘The modern cemetery: a design for life’, Social and Cultural Geography, 9, 7, pp. 777-790.
Paknys, M. (2008) Mirtis LDK kultūroje [Death in the culture of GDL], Vilnius: Aidai.
Ansari, H. (2007) '"Burying the dead": making Muslim space in Britain', Historical Research, 80:210, 545-566.
Denk, C. and Ziesemer, J. (eds) (2007) Der Bürgerliche Tod: Städtische Bestattungskultur von der Aufklärung bis zum Frühen 20. Jarhundert, München: ICOMOS.
Garattini, C. (2007) 'Creating memories: material culture and infantile death in contemporary Ireland', Mortality, 12:2, 193-206.
Chada, A. (2006) 'Ambivalent heritage: between affect and ideology in a colonial cemetery', Journal of Material Culture, 11:3, pp.339-363.
Harvey, T. (2006) 'Sacred places, common places: the cemetery in the contemporary American city', The Geographical Review, 96, 1, 295-312.
Jupp, P. C. (2006) From Dust to Ashes: Cremation and the British Way of Death, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Rugg, J. (2006). ‘Lawn cemeteries: the emergence of a new landscape of death’, Urban History, 33:2, pp. 213-233.
Betts, P., Confino, A and Schumann, D. (eds) (2005) Death in Germany, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Daniell, C. (2005) Death and Burial in Medieval England, London: Routledge.
Davies, D. (2005) A Brief History of Death, Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
Davies, D. and Mates, L. H. (2005) Encyclopaedia of Cremation, Aldershot: Ashgate.
Fischer, N. and M. Herzog (eds) (2005) Nekropolis: Der Friedhof als Ort der Toten under der Lebenden, (The Cemetery as a Place of the Dead and the Living) Stuttgart: Kohlhammer.
Francis, D., Kellaher, L., and Neophytou, G. (2005) The Secret Cemetery, Oxford: Berg.
Grainger, H. (2005) Death Redesigned: British Crematoria: History, Architecture and Landscape, Reading: Spire Books.
Hurren, E. and King, S. (2005) ' "Begging for a burial": form, function and conflict in nineteenth-century pauper burial', Social History, 30, 3, 321-341.
Jenner, M. (2005) ‘Death, decomposition and dechristianisation? Public health and Christian burial in eighteenth-century England’ English Historical Studies, 487: CXX, pp. 615-632.
Kadish, S. (2005) ‘Bet hayim “House of Life”: an introduction to Jewish funerary art and architecture in Britain ’, Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 49, pp31-58.
Kellaher, L., Prendergast, D., and Hockey, J. (2005) ‘In the shadow of the traditional grave,’ Mortality, 10, 4, pp. 237-250.
McFarland, E. (2005) ‘Researching death, mourning and commemoration in modern Scotland’, Journal of Scottish Historical Studies, 24: 1, pp. 20-44.
Parsons, B. (2005) Committed to the Cleansing Flame: the Development of Cremation in Nineteenth-century England, Reading: Spire Books.
Scott, R. (2005) Death by Design: The True Story of the Glasgow Necropolis, Edinburgh: Black and White Publishing.
Strange, J-M. (2005) Death, Grief and Poverty in Britain, 1870-1914, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Walter, T. (2005) ‘Three ways to arrange a funeral: mortuary variation in the modern west’, Mortality, August, 10, 3, pp. 173-192.
Wells, G. and B. Bishop (2005) Researching your Graveyard, Edinburgh: Historic Scotland.
Cloke, P. and Jones, O. (2004) ‘Turning in the graveyard: trees and the hybrid geographies of dwelling, monitoring and resistance in a Bristol cemetery’, Cultural Geographies, 11, pp. 313-341.
Girininkienė, V. (2004) Vilniaus kapinės [Cemeteries in Vilnius], Vilnius: Atkula.
Matthews, S. (2004) Poetical Remains: Poets’ Graves, Bodies, and Books in the Nineteenth Century, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Mytum, H. (2004) Mortuary Monuments and Burial Grounds of the Historic Period, New York: Kluwer Academic, Plenum Publishers.
Worpole, K. (2004) Last Landscapes: The Architecture of the Cemetery in the West, London: Reaktion Books.
Dakin, A. (2003) Conservation of Historic Graveyards, Conference Proceedings, Edinburgh: Historic Scotland.
Hubert, O. (2003) 'Espaces sacrés, distribution des corpse et groupes sociaux dands le Québec rural de 18e et 19e siècles', Annales de Bregagne et des Pays d l'Ouest, 110, 4, 115-124.
Young, B. (2003) Respectable Burial: Montreal’s Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press.
Dingwall, C. and White, L. (2002) ‘Garden cemeteries in Scotland ’, Garden History Society News, 64, pp7-9.
Gittos, H. (2002) ‘Creating the sacred: Anglo-Saxon rituals for consecrating cemeteries’, in S. Lucy and A. Reynolds (eds), Burial in Early Medieval England and Wales, London: Society for Medieval Archaeology.
Harding, V. (2002) The Dead and the Living in Paris and London, 1500-1670, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Jalland, P. (2002) Australian Ways of Death: a Social and Cultural History 1840-1918, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Laqueur, T. (2002) ‘The places of the dead’, in C. Jones and D. Wahrman (eds) The Age of Cultural Revolutions: Britain and France, 1750-1820, Berkeley: University of California Press.
Tait, C. (2002) Death, Burial and Commemoration in Ireland 1550-1650, London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Curl, J. S. (ed.) (2001) Kensal Green Cemetery: the Origins and Development of the General Cemetery of All Souls, Kensal Green, London, 1824-2001, London: Phillimore.
Fischer, N. (2001) Geschichte des Todes in der Neuzeit, (History of Death in Modern Times) Erfurt: Sutton.
Hallam, E. and Hockey, J. (2001) Death, Memory and Material Culture, Oxford: Berg.
Hockey, J., Katz, J. and Small, N. (2001) (eds) Grief, Mourning and Death Ritual, Buckingham: Open University Press.
Prothero, S. (2001) Purified by Fire: A History of Cremation in America, Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.
Gordon, B and Marshall, P. (eds) (2000) The Place of the Dead: Death and Remembrance in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Gough, P. (2000) 'From heroes' groves to parks of peace: landscapes of remembrance, peace and protest', Landscape Research, 25, 2, pp. 213-228.
Hope, V. and Marshall, E. (eds) (2000) Death and Disease in the Ancient City, London: Routledge.
Koslofsky, C. (2000) The Reformation of the Dead: Death and Ritual in Early Modern Germany, 1450-1700, Basingstoke: Macmillan.
Merridale, C. (2000) Night of Stone: Death and Memory in Russia, London: Granta.
Nash, G., (2000) ‘Pomp and circumstances: archaeology, modernity and the corporatisation of death: early social and political Victorian attitudes towards burial practice’, in P. M. Graves-Brown (ed.), Matter, Materiality and Culture, London: Routledge.
O’Shea, S. (2000) Death and Design in Victorian Glasnevin, Dublin: Dublin Cemeteries Committee.
Rugg, J. (2000) ‘Defining the place of burial: what makes a cemetery a cemetery?’, Mortality, 5: 3, pp.238-259.
Wolffe, J. (2000) Great Deaths: Grieving, Religion and Nationhood in Victorian and Edwardian Britain, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Buckham, S. (1999) ‘”The men that worked for England, they have their graves at home”: consumerist issues within the production and purchase of gravestones in Victorian York’ in S. Tarlow and S. West (eds) The Familiar Past? Archaologies of Later Historical Britain, London: Routledge.
Cressy, D. (1999) Birth, Marrriage and Death: Ritual, Religion and the Life-Cycle in Tudor and Stuart England, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Davies, J. (1999) Death, Burial and Rebirth in the Religions of Antiquity, London: Routledge.
Dymond, D. (1999) ‘God’s disputed acre’, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 50, pp. 464-97.
Hallam, E., Hockey, J. and Howarth, G. (1999) Beyond the Body, Routledge: London.
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