The New Semiotics of Death

5 March 2014 | By Sign Salad
Death 2

Alex recently wrote a piece on the changing meaning of death and funerals for the forthcoming AQR [indepth] paper. How are the rituals around death changing and what are the cultural influences driving these changes? To find out, follow the link below.

The New Semiotics of Death

One Comment

  1. Nicole N. Hanson
    Posted 5 March 2014 at 5.27 pm | Permalink

    It would be interesting to discuss the elements and narratives within your paper – I explore some aspects of this in my plan of study at the masters level – in the framework of urban planning.

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