2.6 Required Course Materials

In addition to the videos and reading links embedded into the chapter, you are required to complete the following course material: 

Required Course Readings

Büster, L. & Dayes, J. (August 11, 2017). What we can learn from death rites of the past will help us treat the dead and grieving better today. TheConversation.com. https://theconversation.com/what-we-can-learn-from-death-rites-of-the-past-will-help-us-treat-the-dead-and-grieving-better-today-74718

Dugdale, L. (February 8, 2012). The art of dying well. Hastings Center Report, 40(6), 22-23. https://doi.org/10.1002/j.1552-146X.2010.tb00073.x

Evemy, B. (May 28, 2020). Famous paintings that reflect our mortality back at us. Mutual Art.  https://www.mutualart.com/Article/Famous-Paintings-That-Reflect-Our-Mortal/B486FBFF51753750

Kinch, A. (October 29, 2017). How the dead danced with the living in medieval society. TheConversation.com. https://theconversation.com/how-the-dead-danced-with-the-living-in-medieval-society-85881

Reagan, R. (May 28, 2020). Dancing with death: A short history of funeral feasts & merry wakes. Blackthorn&Stone.com. https://blackthornandstone.com/2020/05/28/dancing-with-death-a-short-history-of-funeral-feasts-merry-wakes/

San Filippo, D. (January 2006). Historical perspective on attitudes concerning death and dying. Faculty Publications, 29. https://digitalcommons.nl.edu/faculty_publications/29/


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