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Surviving loss and remaking the world: reflections on the singular universal in a West African setting2018 Hau 8 (1/2): 185-96
  • Michael Jackson
2049-1115in special section 'Toward a new humanism'
Missing bodies and secret funerals: the production of "safe and dignified burials" in the Liberian Ebola crisis2017 Anthropological quarterly 90 (2): 399-422
  • Mary H. Moran
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491in special issue 'Producing Ebola: creating knowledge in and about an epidemic'
Suffering peacefully: experiences of infancy death in contemporary Zambia2016 Ethos 44 (3): 333-51
  • Sesilie Smørholm
H6/KH [ETHOS-]0091-2131
Facebook, ritual and community - memorialising in social media2015 Ethnologia fennica 42: 7-22
  • Anna Haverinen
H6/KVT [ETHNOLOGIA-]0355-1776in thematic issue 'Social networks, communication and internet'
From monuments to megapixels: death, memory, and symbolic immortality in the contemporary United States2015 Anthropological theory 15 (3): 338-57
  • Jeffrey Bennett
  • Jenny Huberman
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]1463-4996
Pet grief: when is non-human life grievable?2015 Sociological review 63 (1): 19-35
  • David Redmalm
H6/KF [SOCIOLOGICAL-]0038-0261
The soul contract theodicy: new age understandings of the death of a child2014 Journal of contemporary religion 29 (3): 411-24
  • Susan Kwilecki
H6/KFO [JOURNAL-]1353-7903
Tears and ideas: therapeutic aspects of "traditional" wailing performance2014 Journal of ritual studies 28 (1): 45-63
  • Tova Gamliel
H6/KFO [JOURNAL-]0990-1112
The virgin of Luján: sacred source of legitimation on the heroes of the Malvinas war2013 Cuadernos de antropologia social (37): 61-84
  • Laura Martina Panizo
H6/KF [CUADERNOS-]0327-3776English and Portuguese summaries
Identity and post-mortem relationships in the narrative of British and Japanese mourners2013 Sociological review 61 (2): 383-401
  • Christine Valentine
H6/KF [SOCIOLOGICAL-]0038-0261
Death and bereavement on the internet in Sweden and Norway2013 Folklore (Tartu) 53: 99-116
  • Anders Gustavsson
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0957
Penetrating the 'black-box' of 'remembrance day' playlist: bereavement and the induction mechanisms of glocalization - a study in cultural sociology2013 Nations and nationalism 19 (1): 128-45
  • Gal Hermoni
  • Udi Lebel
*H6/KF [NATIONS-]1354-5078
Being tough, being healthy: local forms of counselling in response to adult death in northwest Tanzania2013 Culture, health & sexuality 15 (4): S482-94
  • Josien de Klerk
H6/KGT [CULTURE-]1369-1058in special supplement 'Sexuality, intimacy and counselling: perspectives from Africa'; French and Spanish summaries
Why different countries manage death differently: a comparative analysis of modern urban societies2012 British journal of sociology 63 (1): 123-45
  • Tony Walter
H6/KF [BRITISH-]0007-1315
Public disaster ritual in the local community: a study of Norwegian cases2011 Journal of ritual studies 25 (2): 25-36
  • Hans Stifoss-Hansen
  • Lars J. Danbolt
H6/KFO [JOURNAL-]0990-1112
Grief as a social experience: death and bereavement in Lihir, Papua New Guinea2010 The Australian journal of anthropology 21 (3): 281-97
  • Susan R. Hemer
H6/KF [AUSTRALIAN-]1035-8811
On losing my closest: a personal contribution to ethnography2010 Prace etnograficzne 38: 157-66
  • Marcin Kafar
H6 [CRACOW-]0083-4327English summary
The 1918 Finnish Civil War: narrating history, creatinig space2007 Bulgarski folklor 33 (3): 63-78, 162
  • Anne Heimo
H6/KVR [BULGARSKI-]0323-9861in special issue 'Space and memory'; English summary
The macabre style: death attitudes of old-age home residents in Israel2003 Ethos 31 (4): 495-512
  • Tova Gamliel
H6/KH [ETHOS, Berkeley]0091-2131
From battlefield to atomic bomb to the pure land of paradise: employing the bodhisattva of compassion to calm Japan's spirits of the dead2002 Journal of contemporary religion 17 (2): 149-64
  • John Nelson
1353-7903
Feeding the dead: reformulating Sasak mortuary practices2000 Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 156 (4): 771-805
  • Kari G. Telle
0006-2294
Parakeet to paradise: archaeology of a pet cemetery2000 Archaeology 53 (3): 22-4
  • David Mayer Gradwohl
0003-8113
Witchcraft, grief, and the ambivalence of emotions1999 American ethnologist 26 (3): 711-37
  • Michele Stephen
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496
Bereavement, commemoration, and collective identity in contemporary Israeli society1997 Anthropological quarterly 70 (2): 91-101
  • Meira Weiss
An archaeology of remembering: death, bereavement and the first World War1997 Cambridge archaeological journal 7 (1): 105-21
  • Sarah Tarlow