Cloke, P. & Jones O. 2003

‘Grounding ethical mindfulness for/in nature: trees in their places’, Ethics, Place & Environment, 6:3, 195-213.

Lai, K., Sarkar, C., Ziwen, S. & Scott, I. 2020

‘Are greenspace attributes associated with perceived restorativeness? A comparative study of urban cemeteries and parks in Edinburgh, Scotland’, Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, 53, 126720.


Lai, K.., Scott, I. & Sun, Z. 2019

‘Everyday use of the city cemetery: a study of environmental qualities and perceived restorativeness in a Scottish context’, Urban Science, 3:3: 72.


Moberg, J. & W. Kardemark 2021

‘“It is, after all, a churchyard”: orthodox and heterodox embodiments at three cemeteries in Gothenburg, Sweden,’ in E. Punzi, C. Singer & C. Wächter (eds) Negotiating Institutional Heritage and Wellbeing, Brill, 21-46.


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