The Cemetery Research Group runs two events a year: in May and in November. Follow the links and send in an abstract
‘Religion and ritual markers between the public and the private: funerary rites in Sweden’, in Guest, M. & Middlemiss Lé Man (eds) Death, Life and Laughter: Essays on Religion in Honour of Douglas Davies, London: Routledge.
‘“Longing to be prayed for”: death and commemoration in an England parish in the later Middle Ages’, in B. Gordon and P. Marshall (eds) The Place of the Dead: Death and Remembrance in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,44-65.
Remember Me. The Changing Face of Memorialisation: Final Report, Hull: University of Hull.
‘Reactions to tragedy: familial and community memorials to sudden occupational deaths in Britain and Ireland’, in T. Kallio-Seppä, S. Lipkin, T. Väre & 2 others (eds) Unusual Death and Memorialization: Burial, Space, and Memory in the Post-Medieval North, Oxford: Berghahn Books, 46-64.