Association for the Study of Death and Society
The Association for the Study of Death and Society promotes the study of death in the arts, humanities, social and allied sciences. To this end, the association will foster and promote publication, conferences and multidisciplinary networks; support academic professional development; promote high quality, ethical research; shape and influence policy and practice agendas; support the teaching of death studies; promote the widespread recognition of death studies; and represent the interests of the membership.
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The Centre for Death and Society provides a forum for researchers and practitioners to share their expertise in death, dying and bereavement. The Centre for Death and Society was established in Septem… read more about Centre for Death and Society (CDAS)
University Of Bath
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University Of Durham
Department Of Theology
Abbey House, Palace Green
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University Of York
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