Identity: Ethnic

Albanski, L. & J. Lehr 2012

‘Identity, integration, and assimilation recorded in Manitoba’s Polish and Ukrainian cemeteries’, Great Plains Research, 22:1, 3-14.

Crossley, P. 2011

‘The “First Peoples” of Mexico City: local cemeteries, history and identity in the urban pueblo of Culhuacán’, Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies, 6:3, 235-257.

Cunningham, K. 2005

‘Navajo, Mormon, Zuni graves: Navajo, Mormon, Zuni ways’, in R. Meyer (ed.) Cemeteries and Gravemarkers: Voices of American Culture, Utah State University Press: Logan, UT, 197-216.

Dennie, G. 2009

‘The standard of dying: race, indigence, and the disposal of the dead body in Johannesburg, 1886-1960’, African Studies, 63: 3, 310-330.

Jordan, T. 1982

Texas Graveyards: a Cultural Legacy, Austin, Tx: University of Texas Press.

Morpurgo, A. 2007

Il cimitero israelitico italiano, l’immagine della communità tra identità religiosa e identità nazionale’, in M. Giuffrè, F. Mangone, S. Pace, & O. Selvafolta (eds) L’Architettura della Memoria in Italia: Cimitero, Monumenti e Città, 1750-1939, Milano: Skira, 243-249.

Onwuzuruigbo, I. 2014

‘Space of power and power of space: Islam and conflict over cemetery space in colonial Ibadan’, Journal of Urban History, 40:2, 301-317.

Schiltz, A. 2019

‘Le coeur est là-bas, le corpse est ici’. La mort dans la migration portugaise au Luxembourg’, in S. Kmec, R. Philippart, R. & A. Reuter (eds) Ewige Ruhe? Grabkulturen in Luxembourg und den Nachbarrregionen, Luxembourg : CapybaraBooks, 319-325.


The Cemetery Research Group runs two events a year: in May and in November. Follow the links and send in an abstract