Mapping geographical intersectional inequalities in deathscapes and topographies of bereavement.
Supervisors: Robson, Jonas
Identifying and understanding the impact, and responses of, health and social care workers dealing with death under social distancing.
Supervisors: Walker, Johnson, Bravington
Evaluating the affordances of digital technologies to manage socially-distanced death-related practices for death professionals, bereaved families (including children), friends and co-workers.
Supervisors: Bell, Robson, Westoby
Exploring new language and literature uses during the pandemic for healing and alleviating loss.
Supervisors: Wynne, Jones, Hunter
Learning from historical disease pandemics about strategies for memorialising remote death.
Supervisors: Evans, Robson