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vineri, 24 iunie 2011

List of the accepted papers at ABDD04 + information

1. Özhan Hancılar (Turkey), Suicide and Euthanasia under Turkish Law

2. Diana Adela Martin (Germany), An Impossible Heap – the quest for death in Samuel Beckett’s play „Endgame”

3. Dorel Marc (Romania), La symbolique funéraire et l'identité culturelle dans la région multi-ethnique. Les comtés de Mures et Harghita.

4. Stefan Dorondel, Stelu Serban (Romania), Between the Worlds: Witches, Healers, Dead, and Social Security in Southeast Europe

5. Ken Worpole (UK), Can There Ever Be Dignity in Dying? The Ethical Debate about Assisted Dying in the UK

6. Nikola Tupanceski, Dragana Kiprijanovska (Macedonia), Euthanasia And Physician-Assisted Suicide: A Theoretical And Comparative View

7. Anna Davidsson Bremborg (Sweden), Home memorials and home rituals


9. Christine Schlott (Germany), Changing attitudes towards cemeteries in Leipzig, Germany

10. Dorin Rus (Austria), The Forest as a Place of Death: Legends and Accounts of Criminals, Stereotypes of the Forest as a Place of Horrors

11. Éva Kósa (Hungary), Death and dying as war experience in the war-diary Doberdo. The Book of a Honvéd (Hungarian soldier) Officer from the Isonzo Front of István Szabó

12. Anna G. Piotrowska (Poland), Commemorating death in European artistic music

13. Gabriel Roman (Romania), Death in a "traditional" Roma Community in the third Millennium : Kalderash of Zanea, county of Iasi

14. Udi Lebel (Israel), Enforced Private Grief: National Hierarchy of Bereavement and the Glocalization of Loss

15. Eliza Ramona Dumitrescu (Romania), Des morts non-naturelles chez le père du naturalisme. Les images de la mort chez Émile Zola

16. Joaquin Lopez (France), Thanatopraxy as the way to the changing death

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

18. Anna E. Kubiak (Poland), The Discourse of Biopower against Disturbances of the boundary between Life and Death

19. Piero Pasini (Italy), Relic of the Nation. Mourning the Martyrs in Venice during the Italian Resurgence (June 1867)

20. Gevher Gökçe Acar (Turkey), Hermann Nitsch’s Performances Or About Death And The Symbolic Transformation Of Death Concept

21. Josef Schovanec (France), Is death merely optional? The growing trend of cryonics as a new funerary ritual

22. Agita Misane (Latvia), The Dead at My Table: „Cemetery Festivals” in Latvia

23. Shaban Darakchi (Bulgaria), Gender Aspects of Death

25. Luigi Bartolomei (Italy), Common tendencies toward minimalist architecture and archetypical symbols in contemporary Funeral Houses.

26. Franziska Rehlinghas ( Germany), The clericalisation of protestant funeral ceremonies in 19th century Germany: from silent burials to mourning acts

27. Richard Albrecht (Germany), Armenocide, Comparative Genocidal Research and/as Prevention of Genocide.

28. Belinda Chapman (UK), The Personalized Funeral’s Use of Digital Technology

29. Lorenz Graitl (Germany), Criminal Martyrs: The peril and power of self-sacrifice

30. Maggie Jackson (UK), Digital reconstruction and the “durable biography

31. Evy Johanne Håland (Norway/Greece), When the dead ensure the food: Death and the regeneration of life through festivals, food and social gathering during the ritual year in ancient and modern Greece

32 Ioana Moldovan (Romania), Staging Death

33. Federica Manfredi (Italy), Mourir en tant que migrant. Tanatopolitiques et tanatopratiques dans le contexte de la migration dans l'Italie contemporaine

34. Samantha McCormick (UK), Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Diamonds

35. Roxana Vasile (Romania), Death between Maniera Greca and Maniera Italiana in Wallachia at the Beginning of the 18th Century.

36. Oana Stanculescu (Romania), Death and its different approaches in Romanticism

37. Bożena Józefów –Czerwińska (Poland), Perceptions of Death and the Deceased in Polish Folk Culture

39. Kornelia Sammet / Franz Erhard (Germany), The Observation of the Unobservable: Ideas of Afterlife in a Sociological Perspective

40, Agnieszka Kowalska, Joanna Popielska-Grzybowska (Poland), Ancient Egyptian Burial Patterns Being Repeated – Mannerism or Specific Meaning of Death

41. Arja Ryhänen (Finland), “I gave you wings, but I could not help the winds”
Child’s suicide experienced by parents in 1995-2009, Finland

42. Olimbi Velaj (Albania), Meaning of death in Albanian Folk Ballads

43. Asztalos Ioan (Romania), The Grim Reaper in Western and Eastern filmography between the XXth and XXIst centuries.

44. Olimbi Velaj (Albania), Albania, changes in death rituals between communist and post communist era

45 . Audun Kjus (Norway), Death and the Boogeyman

46. Dejan Donev (Macedonia), The Right To Live And The Right To Die As A Two Fundamental Bioethical And Thantological Values

47. Kathrin Linnemann (Germany), Death in Cracow

48. Alexa Stoicescu (Romania), Suicide in the communist discourse. Aktionsgruppe Banat and Herta Müllers Herztier

49. Erika Quinn (Germany), German Images of War Widows: Trying to navigate the choppy seas

50. Orsolya Kereszty (Hungary), A social movement for cremation in Hungary in the Dual Monarchy

51. Aleksandra Drzał-Sierocka (Poland), Disease as the process of dying. Cultural images of AIDS at the turn of XX and XXI century

52. Radoslaw Sierocki (Poland), Religion, Nation, Media. National Mourning in Poland After 1989

53. Alina Felea (Republic of Moldava), L'histoire du cimetière arménien à Chisinau

54. Daniela Tasevska, Lidija Pavleska, Zaklina Trajkovska Anceska (Macedonia), Suicide, prevention and moral valuation

55. Zaklina Trajkovska Ancevska., Daniela Tasevska (Macedonia), End of life and palliative care

56. Leaha Mihai (Romania), The Tree of the Dead – a Bridge Between the Worlds. A video-anthropological exploration of a commemoration ritual from Transylvania.

57. Manca Erzetič (Slovenia), Dying And Death At War - Concentration Zone: The Place Of (‘‘Special’’) Dying

58. Carmen Alexandrache (Romania), Death as a Factor of Social Communication Present In the Romanian Countries from the Foreign Travelers’ Perspective

59. Golie Talaie (The Netherlands), Post-Mortem Photography now

60. Malgorzata Zawila (Poland), The „politics of death” and the „religion of Smoleńsk” – new or old phenomena occurring in the media discourse in Poland in one year after the flight crash in Smolensk 2010.

61. Mihai Chiper (Romania), The most famous Romanian affair of honour: Filipescu- Lahovary (1897). The implications of a deadly duel.

62. Noémi Tünde Farkas (Hungary), Thoughts on dying and suicide at the turn of the 18-19th Century

63. Lajos Hodi (Hungary), On Cremation in Hungary of nowadays

64. Ana Maria Roman-Negoi, Ioan Cristinel Roman-Negoi (Romania), The judgment before the Last Judgment. An analysis of the types of resurrected and punished persons during the Last Judgment, as depicted in the Romanian Orthodox Church paintings

65. Václav Grubhoffer (Czech Republic), Medicalization of Death at the Turn of the 18th to 19th Centuries. The moment of Death, apparent Death and Attitudes towards dead Body from the Point of View of the History of Medicine

66. Luca Prestia (Italy), An Historical Analysis of Seven Cemeteries in the Northern-Western Italy

67. Cosmina Berindei (Romania), Cemetery between "place of memory" and space for manifestation of a community crisis. Case study: Rosia Montana

68. Constantin Bogdan (Romania), Strange Funeral Rituals: The Beauty Of Death And Funeral Feast

69. Ilona Kemppainen (Finland), Finnish funeral customs in manners guides

70. Andreia Martins (Brazil), Audiences of Death. Between Real and Virtual Funeral Wakes

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

72. Claudia Ionescu (Romania), Victorian Memento Mori: From Post-morthem Photography to Mourning Jewelry

73. Helen Frisby (UK), Widows, grief and mourning in Victorian England

74. Cristina Speranza Maria, Medina Bordea (Romania), The Psychologist’s Role in Palliative Cares

75. Bogdan Ceobanu (Romania), Comemorating the heroes: twenty-five years from the Romanian Independance war

76. Claudiu Stefani (Romania), Economic and social developments influence on suicide rates in Romania between 1990-2010. A retest of Emile Durkheim's theory

77. Olivia Ministeri (Italy), Self mutual help groups for people in grief in their recent online dimension

78. Iuga Marcela Cristina (Romania), The Eternal Time In Fairytales (The Dissemination Of The Land Of Youth Theme In Various Cultures)

79. Olga Gradinaru (Romania), V.I. Lenin – History of a Political Relic

80. Adriana Teodorescu (Romania), The Representation of Death in Literature. Theoretical Aspects

81. Hilary Grainger (UK),‘Old for New’: Sandwell Valley Crematorium, West Midlands, UK and its Architect, Martin Critchell

82. Sebastian Bartos (Romania), Queering Death: Dying and Mourning in the Gay Community

83. Cornelia Miclea (Germany), Handicapped People Die, too

84. Marius Rotar (Romania), European Echoes into the Romanian Cremationist Movement

Also at the conference will attend Marina Sozzi (Italy), University degli Studi Turin, Ariodante Fabretti Foundation, Cosmin Bodrean (Romania), vice president of Amurg. Romanian Cremation Association, manager of “Santul Gheorghe” Cemetery in Hunedoara and Constantin Musescu, editor in chief of “Magazin Funerar” (the only Romanian magazine dedicated to the funerary industry). We invited Mr. Peter Lakatos, member of the Romanian Parliament, to attend at the conference. Mr. Peter Lakatos is the main author of the new law of burials, cemeteries and crematoria in Romania and we do hope he will find time to come to Alba Iulia.


For your travel plan:

The Conference will officially begin on 29th of September, at 9 a.m
The conference will end on 1st October, after dinner hour (10 p.m.)
Please book your flights to Cluj Napoca or Sibiu airport. We will try to collect you from airport by bus but it is possible to not succeed it for all the participants because the large number of them (this is available for foreign participants at the conference). Please inform us, as soon as possible, about your flights sending a mail with these details at mrotar2000@yahoo.com or adriana.teodorescu@gmail.com
Very important: there are some low cost flights to Cluj Napoca and Sibiu airport. Please check this information when you will book your flights.
If you need extranights please inform us. All the extranights are free as accommodation.

Duration presentations:

20 minutes has been allocated for your presentation followed by 5-7 minutes for questions and answers. Information about the exact program (time-schedule) will follow (probably in August 2011). You can use a PowerPoint presentation.

There will be organized parallel sections at the conference.
Official languages of the conference: English and French

Important Dates:

10th of August – deadline for the confirmation of your presence at the conference (mrotar2000@yahoo.com)

20th of August – deadline for your payment (mrotar2000@yahoo.com)

13th of October – deadline for sending us your full paper for conference proceedings (the instructions for authors will be send to you by mail in July) (mailto:mrotar2000@yahoo.com)

The costs of accommodation will be covered by the organizers (meals, hotel accommodation, official reception), except for the travel expenses that will have to be covered by the participants themselves.

There is a conference fee: 30 EUR per each accepted paper.
This fee is mainly used for publication of the conference proceedings. Also, this fee could be used by organizers for other possible costs of the conference (to cover the costs of your transfer from the airport to Alba Iulia (in case) or the costs of the trip conference – for this reason we require the payment of it before conference).

If you have a companion person attending at our conference that person must pay her/his accommodation, meals and official reception, too. The accommodation, meals, official reception is free just for the participants.

Remember: not all the presentations will be published in the conference proceedings. If your paper will not follow the instructions for authors will not be published in the conference proceedings. Also, the editors of the proceedings have the right to reject some papers from the publication in the conference proceedings if those papers wouldn’t have a fit scientific content.

The conference fee can be paid here:

Name of the account holder: Asociatia Cremationista Amurg

Adress: Latureni, 12, Hunedoara

International Bank Account Number (IBAN) RO 07 BTRL 0630 4205 K646 06XX

Name of the bank: BANCA TRANSILVANIA

Bank Identification COD SWIFT (BIC) : BTRL RO21 HD1

When paying report specific information: (obligatory!): Dying and Death Conference

The editors of the conference proceedings are Marius Rotar, Adriana Teodorescu, Marina Sozzi and Ilona Kemppainen.

You could find here some information about Alba Iulia town here: http://www.apulum.ro/index-en.htm and also about “1 Decembrie 1918” University of Alba Iulia : http://www.uab.ro/index_.php

If you do have questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at mrotar2000@yahoo.com .

On the other hand, we will organize for the second time a karaoke party at the conference *optional (at the last edition this was a great success) and also a trip in the second day of the conference in the afternoon.

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