I Dr Richard Kalishs kända (1985) liknelse ”Hästen på bordet” – talas det om döden och döende med vänner och familj som jämförs med att äta middag med en häst … Fortsätt läsa En dag i Simrishamn för samtal om döden
On the third of November this year, we at Death Ed, in partnership with the Mexican Cultural Association in Skåne (Mexikanska Kulturföreningen i Skåne), celebrated ’Día de Muertos’ or ’Day … Fortsätt läsa What does it mean to grieve and celebrate in a collective setting?
Rebecca Lillian is a Rabbi at the Egalitarian Synagogue of the Judiska Församlingen Malmö, as well as a Project Leader at Open Skåne, a multicultural organisation which organises and … Fortsätt läsa Jewish burial traditions: How the old is immanently new
Marcos Lopez Macal is a psychologist from Guatemala, currently living in Malmö, Sweden. He completed his master thesis, Two Worldview Perspectives on Death: Mayan and Swedish Attitudes on Death, in 2018 … Fortsätt läsa When the bell tolls: the moment everyone gathers in solidarity
Hanna Mansten is a minister in the congregation of Lackalänga-Stävie. She lives in Staffanstorp with her family of five. She likes when life offers her poweryoga, chocolate, books and music. … Fortsätt läsa The collar: how rituals and traditions have resonance inside and outside of the church
DöBra is a national research program in which questions around death, dying, and grief are investigated in order to make possible more preparedness and awareness around the end-of-life. The program, … Fortsätt läsa DöBra: a program changing the way we think about death
Catharina Lindell is a third generation undertaker with one foot in the old traditional school, and the other one gearing up to break new ground in the funeral business—literally, on a … Fortsätt läsa The Box: how to think different in the funeral business
Erik Isaksson lives outside of Lund with his wife Ulrica and their three children. He loves music! He’s a minister in the Church of Sweden, and has spent many years within palliative … Fortsätt läsa Structures and Faith Aside: making space for spiritual conversation at the end of life
Loana Ibarra Mexican/Swedish visual artist born in Lausanne, Switzerland. She was raised in Mexico and now lives and works in Malmö. This interview took place on the 18th of March, 2018. … Fortsätt läsa Handling fear of death: how art can be the best medicine
Michael Rübsamen is a PhD student in Media and communication studies at Lund University. He writes his thesis on celebrities and value creations. His research interests also stretches into how … Fortsätt läsa Media Narratives of Celebrity Deaths: greek tragedy or journey to sainthood?
Mette Raunkiær is a senior researcher in Videncenter for Rehabilitering og Palliation (REHPA), or The Danish Knowledge Centre for Rehabilitation and Palliative Care. She works in community palliative care, and home … Fortsätt läsa Caring for the Family: How palliative care changes the language of treatment
Ingrid Altamirano is the founder and chairperson of the Mexican Cultural Association in Southern Sweden (Mexikanska Kulturföreningen i Skåne). She has mainly worked within the fields of research, academia and … Fortsätt läsa Death and Dying in Mexico: Embracing, laughing, and celebrating life’s transitions
Jasmina Cordero works for Malmö City’s Cultural Department (Malmö Kulturförvaltning). She is 30 years old. Everyday she sees herself, bit by bit, taking on her mother’s knowledge and guidance in … Fortsätt läsa The Legacy of our Parents: how their love and guidance endures
Per Karsten is a doctor in Archaeology and the acting director of Lunds Historical Museum. He is the head manager for the interdisciplinary project on Peder Winstrup. His most recent publication … Fortsätt läsa Lessons from Peder Winstrup: Lund’s best ambassador for death
Alf Hornborg is Professor of Human Ecology at Lund University since 1993. He received his Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Uppsala in 1986 and has taught at … Fortsätt läsa Climate Change and Denial: The alarming realisation of death and decline
Sian Anthony is a researcher in Historical Archaeology. She defended her PhD titled, ‘Materialising modern cemeteries. Archaeological narratives of Assistens cemetery, Copenhagen,’ in November of 2016. She has worked as an … Fortsätt läsa Archeological perspectives: stereotypes of death, burials, and long-held traditions