Aboltins, A. 1995

‘National Warrior’s Cemetery and the war cemeteries in Latvia – report’, in O. Czerner & I. Juszkiewicz (eds) Cemetery Art, ICOMOS: Wrocław: ICOMOS, 181-190.

AlSadaty, A. 2022

‘Tracing morphological transformations in Cairo’s historic cemeteries, a step toward urban conservation’, Open House International, 47:1, 135-151.

Cox, R. & Day, D. 2011

‘Stories of a pleasant green space: cemetery records and archives’, Archival Issues, 33:2, 88-99.

Czerkies, B. 1995

‘War graves in the cemeteries of Eastern Galacia in the 20th century’, in O. Czerner & I. Juszkiewicz (eds) Cemetery Art, ICOMOS: Wrocław: ICOMOS, 175-180.

Loo, Y. 2020

‘Multicultural burial spaces and cities: constructing identity and memory with postcolonial Kuala Lumpur Chinese cemeteries’, in J.L. Nitschke & M. Lorenzon (eds) Postcolonialism, Heritage and the Built Environment: New Approaches to Architecture in Archaeology, Springer, 109-127.

Miller, S. 2015

‘Cemeteries as participatory museums: The cemetery resource protection training program across Florida’ Advances in Archaeological Practice 3:3, 275-290.

Pilarczyk, A. 2019

‘Methods of commemorating liquidated cemeteries and former cemetery areas as an expression of remembrance, relief, and respect for a place’, Technical Transactions, 116:2, 57-70.

Rainville, L. 2009

‘Protecting our shared heritage in African-American cemeteries’ Journal of Field Archaeology, 34: 2, 196-206.

Rainville, L. 2023

‘Sacred ground: how a segregated graveyard preserves the struggles and successes of an African American community in Virginia’, in K. Fletcher & A. Towle (eds) Grave History: Death, Race and Gender in Southern Cemeteries, Athens: University of Georgia Press, 84-112.

Seidemann, R. & Halling, C. 2019

‘Landscape structural violence: a view from New Orleans’s cemeteries’, American Antiquities, 84:4, 669-683.


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