Research Day on Death & Dying
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University
Friday, 7th November 2014
The day will feature guest talks, discussion and poster presentations by academics and health practitioners on interpretations of death, dying and mourning and contemporary approaches to end-of-life, suicide and bereavement.
- Prof. D. Galasinksi (University of Wolverhampton)
- Prof. E.Semino (University of Lancaster)
- Dr. Szofia Demjen (Open University)
- Josephine Speyer (Psychotherapist, co-founder of Natural Death Centre)
Participants will have a chance to share their ideas in a Death Café discussion group (http://deathcafe.com) and attend a specially commissioned performance on dying by Josh Whatsize (Kingston University student in Politics & Drama).
Advance booking required
Registration (incl. coffee/tea and light lunch): £20
(student reduced fee: £10)
Click here to book your place: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-research-day-on-death-dying-tickets-13482188589?aff=es2&rank=1
For further information, please contact the organisers:
Department of Linguistics & Languages, Korina.Giaxoglou@kingston.ac.uk
Department of Politics, Sharon.Young@kingston.ac.uk