- Dragana Dimitrijevic (Serbia), United in Death: Testaments of Women in the Eighteenth-century Banat of Temeswar
- Anca Timofan (Romania), Ghost Riders. A glimpse of death and dying in motorcycle movies.
- Veronese S.1, Valle A., Oliver D. (Italy), The last months of life of people with motor neurone disease in mechanical invasive ventilation: a qualitative study
- Peter C. Jupp (UK), 'Capital Crematoria for Scotland (1909-1939) Part 1: providing alternatives to burial in the City of Edinburgh’
- Naum Trajanovski (Macedonia), THE CHALLENGES OF BIOPOLITICS
- Marija Selak (Croatia), It just takes time
- Radoslaw Sierocki (Poland), Facebook, Death and Beyond. Social Network Sites and the Dead (Users’) Accounts
- Bożena Józefów-Czerwińska (Poland), The death and the deceased motifs - in the Carnival time
- Leonie Kellaher (UK), Where are the Dead?
- Eliza R Dumitrescu (Romania), Zola et la mortalité infantile en France, dans la XIXe siècle
- Deniz Aktan Kucuk (Turkey), Human Voice Echoing in the Silence of God:Life and Death in the Poetry of Tevfik Fikret
- Aleksandra Pavićević (Serbia), Future of Death or Diving in the SilenceMourning and Afterlife believes in Serbia at the beginning of third Millennium
- Aleksandra Drzal-Sierocka (Poland), "Taste of dying - the theme of death in food films
- Rasa Račiūnaitė-Paužuolienė, Aušra Lukauskaitė (Lithuania), LITHUANIAN TATAR FUNERAL CUSTOMS: TRANSFORMATION AND PRESERVATION OF IDENTITY
- Agnieszka Kowalska, ,Joanna Popielska-Grzybowska (Poland), Polish Coffin Portraits in the 18th Century and Later
- Azizul Hassan (UK) Death Tourism in the Indian Sub Continental - Reality and Prospects
- Olga Gradinaru (Romania), A.S. PUSHKIN’S DUEL – BETWEEN POETRY AND REALITY
- Galina Goncharova Emiliya Karaboeva (Bulgaria), Social recognition of death Patterns of commemorating death during socialism
- Mihaela Vlad (Romania), “Exista viata dupa doliu!” («There is life after bereavement ») – Romanian non-profit organisation
- Nadezhda Galabova (Bulgaria), DIGGING THEIR GRAVES WITH THEIR OWN TEETH”: narratives on obesity as a mortality risk factor in socialist Bulgaria
- Christine Schlott (Germany), Changing attitudes towards cemeteries in Leipzig, Germany
58. Nicole Sachmerda-Schulz (Germany), Natural burials in Germany: Results of a Qualitative Interview Study
59. Adela Toplean (Romania), MORE STORY AND LESS THANATOLOGY:
A SOCIOLOGICAL INQUIRY INTO THE (IR)RELEVANCE OF DEATH NARRATIVES IN LATE MODERNITY
60. Csaba Todor (Romania), Changes in funeral customs. The effect of mortuary houses and pre-made headstones among British and Transylvanian Unitarians
61. Ormeny Theodora-Eva (Romania), Coping mechanisms for the perception of finitude
62. Golie Talaie (The Netherlands), Digitally Alive Forever. Electronic Objects of the Dead and the Issue of Digital Materiality
63. Eva Kosa (Hungary), The Experience of Death and the Expression of Mourning in the Diary of a Nurse in the First World War
64. Manca Erzetic (Croatia), Silent voices, forbidden lives
65. Medina Bordea, Cristina Speranza Maria (Romania), CBT, Grief Experience and Emotional Problems After Bereavement
For your travel plan:
The Conference will officially begin on 6hth of September, at 10 a.m
The conference will end on 8th of September, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.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.
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
10TH of August – deadline for the confirmation of your presence at the conference (firstname.lastname@example.org)
15th of August – deadline for your payment (email@example.com)
November 1ST – deadline for sending us your full paper for conference proceedings (the instructions for authors will be send to you by mail in August) (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org)
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
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 email@example.com .
On the other hand, we will organize for the third 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.