The Cemetery Research Group runs two events a year: in May and in November. Follow the links and send in an abstract
‘”I will die Orthodox”: religion and belonging in life stories of the socialist era in Romania and Bulgaria’, in P. Coleman, D. Koleva & J. Bornat (eds) Aging, Ritual and Social Change: Comparing the Secular and Religious in Eastern and Western Europe, Farnham: Ashgate, 43-66.
‘Necroreverence of Soviet cemeteries in Central Europe’, Journal of Historical Geography, 78, 69:83.
‘From confessional cemeteries to ashes at home: funeral rites in the Czech lands’, in M. Rotar & M. Sozzi (eds) Proceedings of the Dying and Death in the 18th-21st Centuries Europe International Conference, Cluj-Napoca: Accent, 129-144.
‘Last rites in a Post-Communist country. The introduction of civil funeral rites during the Communist era and its consequences for contemporary Czech society’, in M. Rotar and M. Sozzi (eds) Proceedings of the Dying and Death in the 18th-21st Centuries Europe International Conference, Cluj-Napoca: Accent, 50-66.