Identity: Religious

Balkan, O. 2015

‘Burial and belonging’, Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 15:1, 20-34.

Balkan, O. 2018

‘The Islamic deathscapes of Germany’, Project on Middle East Political Science, 32, 39-43.

Huggins, C. & Hinkson, G. 2017

‘Contemporary burial practices in three Carribean islands among Christians of African decent’, OMEGA – Journal of Death and Dying, 80:2, 266-279.

Luria, K. 2001

‘Separated by death? Burials, cemeteries and confessional boundaries in seventeenth‐century France’, French Historical Studies, 24:2, 185-222.

Michael, P. & Hirst, D. 2011

‘Recording the many faces of death at the Denbigh Asylum, 1848-1938’, History of Psychiatry, 23:1, 40-51.

Onoma, A. 2018

‘The faith-based segregation of interments: insights from a Senegalese commune’, Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 36:3, 386-400.

Pechan Driver, C. 2018

Muslim Custodians of Jewish Spaces in Morocco: Drinking the Milk of Trust, Palgrave Macmillan.

Stannard, D. 1977

The Puritan Way of Death: a Study in Religion, Culture and Social Change, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Tarrés, S., Arrás Solé, A. & Moreras, J. 2018

‘The other dead. An ethnohistorical approach to religious diversity in Spanish cemeteries’, Diversité Urbaine, 18, 11-29.


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