Interdisciplinary approaches

Burima, M. 2015

‘Cemetery culture in border zone as a phoneomenon of comparative areas studies’, Comparative Studies, 6:2, 11-37.

Cannon, A. & Cook, K. 2015

‘Infant death and the archaeology of grief’, Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 25: 1, 399-416.

Nash, A. 2018

‘“That this too, too, solid flesh would melt…”. Necrogeography, gravestones, cemeteries and deathscapes’, Progress in Physical Geography: Earth and Environment, 42:5, 548-65.

Nash, G. 2000

‘Pomp and circumstances: archaeology, modernity and the corporatisation of death: early social and political Victorian attitudes towards burial practice’, in P. Graves-Brown (ed.) Matter, Materiality and Culture, London: Routledge, 124-142.

Vivas, M. 2018

‘Christian burial privation in the Middle Ages: an interdisciplinary approach (France, mid 10th-early 14th)’, Imago Temporis. Medium Aevum, 12, 191-210.


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