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joi, 27 mai 2010

Papers at the Dying and Death III, International Conference

Third International Conference on Dying and Death in 18th – 21st Century
Refiguring Death Rites in Europe

Ramet, Alba Iulia , 3 – 5 September 2010

Accepted papers for presentation:

R. Becarelli, E. Locatelli, M. Sozzi (Italy), Contemporary features of death: a research over 52 mortuary chapels of health structures in Piedmont, Italy

Désirée Boschetti, Barbara Ottaviani (Italy), Awareness of Terminality, Criteria for the psychological investigation of levels of awareness of terminality in cancer patients

Oana Elena Branda (Romania), War on terror: the new face of death

Virgiliu Birladeanu (Republic of Moldova), The Victims of Tweeter revolution: from Justice to Commemoration

Francesco Faeta (Italy), Behind the Silence of Cemeteries. Imago Mortis Revisited

Giorgio Praderio, Luigi Bartolomei (Italy), NEW ARCHITECTURES FOR FUNERAL HOUSES IN THE CONTEMPORARY SECULARIZED ITALIAN SOCIETY

Ludmila Cojocari(Republic of Moldova) LudmilaMay 9 in the republic of Moldova (2001-2009): between the commemoration of Victory and cult of the dead

Mihai Chiper (Romania), Honour and Death in the Militarist Discourse, Romania 1859-1918

Alina Felea (Republic of Moldova), Some Information on the Image of Death in 18th century Moldova

Hilary Grainger (UK) A Modernist Architectural Expression of Cremation: A Scottish Perspective

Olga Gradinaru (Romania), Two Deaths and Two Destinies: Rasputin and the Imperial

Tino Grasi (Italy), The Space of the Ashes

Gevher Gökçe Acar (Turkey), TWO DIFFERENT CULTURES, TWO DIFFERENT APPROACHES ON DEATH-PLACE RELATIONSHIP – DEATH CULT AND CEMETERIES IN VIENNA AND ISTANBUL IN the 18th AND 19th CENTURIES

Antonella Grossi (Italy), Dans les « jardins du souvenir ». Expérience de la mémoire dans les cimetières de Paris. Premières notes de terrain

Zanita Halimi (Kosovo), Roadside Memorials in Kosova after war 1999 : An Ethnological approach

Silviu Hariton (Romania/Hungary)The Romanian Dead in the Russian-Turkish War of 1877-1878 and their Public Commemoration in Romania, 1880s-1910s

Emiliya Karaboeva (Bulgaria) Commemorating the dead. Bulgarian street necrologs in comparative perspective

Ilona Kemppainen (Finland), Death and modernization

Birgitte Due (Denmark), Palliative Cares in Denmark

Anna E. Kubiak (Poland), Atrocities of von Hagens and sacrifice’s crisis

Bożena Józefów (Poland), Other World – Relics of the Pagan Belief in Polish Folk Culture,

Diarmuid Johnson (Poland –UK), Attitudes Towards Death and Dying in the Oral and Written Literatures of the Celtic Languages since the 18th Century

Emilie Jaworski (France), Commémorations et deuils nationaux en Pologne. Entre héritage symbolique et nouvelles réalités sociales.

Revd Dr Peter C. Jupp (UK), Inverness crematorium: a challenge to the Highland way of death?

Mirjam Klaassens (The Netherlands), Natural burial in the Netherlands: who chooses for natural burial and why?

Sergiy V. Kurbatov (Ukraine), Death as a Factor of Creation the Cultural Reality: the Cases of Socrates and Hamlet

Anne Markussen (Denmark), Inverse Cremation and organ donation rates / Taking another Look at Bodily Disposal and Religion

Olivia Ministeri (Italy), Virtual cemeteries. A new way of grief processing?

Bogdan Neagota, Ileana Benga (Romania) Ritual Happening and Personal Experience Within the Narrative-Ceremonial Funerary Complex. Case Studies from Caras-Severin and Arges counties

Marinos Kachrilas (Greece), Self induced death as a means of preserving personal and social integrity in times of warfare.

Natasha Mihailovic (UK), ‘Attitudes Towards the Dead Body in Eighteenth Century England’

Olga Nesporova, (Czech Republic), New Phenomena: Roadside Memorials

Zdeněk R. Nešpor, (Czech Republic), Building of Crematoria in the Czech Republic: Social and Ideological Issue

Marianna Nitu (Romania), Commemorating the dead in space and time

Brian Parsons (UK), European Influences on the Development of Cremation in Great Britain

Andreea Pop (Romania), Forgotten Heritage of Memory and Commemoration - assemblies and funerary monuments in Romania

Florenţa Popescu-Simion (Romania), Crosses on the roads– Romanian marks of violent deaths in the public space

Cyril Schafer New Zealand & Paul Voninski (United States of America), Memorialisation on the Information Superhighway: Life, Death, and Remembrance in the Cloud

Christine Schlott (Germany), Undertaker in Leipzig (Germany) – Ritual Specialists in Secular Time

Irina Stahl (Romania), Les croix de la ville de Bucarest, Problèmes de sociologie religieuse

Josef Schovanec (Czech Republic), The East in the West: death and new religions – the example of Bahai faith and Theosophy

Adela Toplean (Romania), Crossroads Between Modern Death And Secular Sacred

Veronese S., Gallo G., Valle A., Rivoiro C., Oliver D.J (Italy), . SPECIALIST PALLIATIVE CARE SERVICE FOR PEOPLE SEVERELY AFFECTED BY NEURODEGENERATIVE CONDITIONS: DOES THIS MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO PALLIATIVE CARE OUTCOMES? RESULTS OF NE-PAL - AN EXPLORATIVE RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL.

Nikolay Vukov (Bulgaria), COLLECTIVE INTERMENTS: OSSUARIES AND BROTHERLY MOUNDS IN BULGARIA AFTER 1944

Ken Worpole (UK), THE MODERN HOSPICE MOVEMENT: A QUIET REVOLUTION IN END OF LIFE CARE

Maria Xenaki (Greece), Grieving alone? Towards an understanding of the experience of bereaved single parents: An interpretative phenomenological analysis

Lilia Zabolotnaia (Republic of Moldova), Aspects of the funeral rite in Terra Moldavia and of the Eastern Slavs after the testimony of foreign travelers (XVI-XVIII). A comparative approach.

Václav Grubhoffer (Czech Republic), Dying, death and funeral ceremonies of Austrian aristocracy in the 19th century Habsburg Monarchy. (On example of the Schwarzenberg family).

Julie Rugg (UK), Cemeteries and modernity: new narrative frameworks

Maria Luisa Yzaguirre (Spain), THE ASSOCIATION OF SIGNIFICANT CEMETERIES IN EUROPE (ASCE)

Stefan Borbely (Romania), Death and Work. Or: Death by Work? A Classical Case Study: Marx

Constantin Bogdan (Romania), A complex approach and Therapy End of life - doctors, moral, social, spiritual - Palliative Care

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