Research projects around the world are considering what it means to dispose the dead, in multiple contexts. Projects listed here are past and current. Following project links leads to information, publications and data.
Cemeteries and crematoria as public spaces of belonging in Europe: a study of migrant and minority cultural inclusion, exclusion and integration (CeMi)
The project examined cemeteries and crematoria as places of social inclusion, exclusion and integration in Europe.
The Church of England is in the process of creating a digital map and database of all burial grounds in England.
Material Culture and Spaces of Remembrance. A Study of Cemeteries in Luxembourg in the Context of the Greater Region
A project to investigate the material culture of cemeteries, as well as related cultural practices, in the present, past and future in the Luxembourg region.
A project to examine the history of exhumation, investigation, reburial, and recording of human remains buried in Christian contexts from the 7th-19th centuries.
The project explores mass violence and funerary practices in Europe and Latin America, 20th-21st centuries.
Transnational Death: Practices of Death and Remembrance in the Transnational Everyday Life on the Finnish-Russian Border
This multidisciplinary research project studies death practices, routines, and remembrance in Finnish and Russian border territories through transnational lenses.