Next ESRC ‘Encountering Corpses’ seminar announced: ‘Dreams and Death Worlds’, Durham, 7th April 2017.

The next in the ESRC ‘Encountering Corpses’ seminar series will be held on the topic of ‘Dreams and Death Worlds’ on 7th April 2017 at Birley Room, Hatfield College, Durham University, UK. The programme is posted below.

Places at the seminar are free but are limited. If you wish to attend please send an email to Professor Craig Young at c.young@mmu.ac.uk stating your name and institution and status (eg. Professor, PhD student etc) and noting any dietary requirements.

 

Programme:

09.30-09.40     Welcome – Douglas Davies, Department of Theology & Religion and Centre for Death-Life Studies, Durham University.

09.40-09.50     The ESRC ‘Encountering Corpses’ Research Seminar Series – Craig Young, Manchester Metropolitan University.

09.50-10.30     Dreaming of Death in Antiquity – George Gazis, Department of Classics, Durham University.

10.30-11.10     Encountering the Corpse of St Cuthbert – Seven moments across two millennia – David Williams, author of St Cuthbert’s Corpse – A Life After Death (under the penname David Willem).

 Coffee break

11.30-12.10     Death and territoriality: the ‘possible worlds’ of native Australian cultures and their ecological imperatives – Bob Layton, Department of Anthropology, Durham University.

12.10-12.50     Dreams, Death and Martyrs in Islam – Iain Edgar, Department of Anthropology, Durham University.

 Lunch

13.45-14.30     Joseph Smith’s visions of the dead and Mormonism’s Baptism for the dead – Douglas Davies, Department of Theology & Religion and Centre for Death-Life Studies, Durham University.

14.30-15.00     Open forum, questions and discussion.

15.00                   Close.

 

 

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