...

Annales Universitatis Apulensis. Series Historica

Dying and Death in 18th-21st Century Europe

Special Issue II

International Conference, Third Edition, Alba Iulia, Romania, September 3-5, 2010

Doi

Contents: View

30 December 2010

Upon a Fight

Marius Rotar

HTML
Cultural History of Death
Visual Representations of Death between Production and Reception: A Case-study on the Romanian Churches in Maramureş (18th-19th Century)

RALUCA BETEA

HTML
Fire, Life, Death and the Power of the Ironsmith Expressed in two Groups of Narratives: ATU 330a, ATU 753

LAURA JIGA ILIESCU

HTML
Two Different Cultures, Two Different Approaches on Death-Space Relationship: Death Cult and Cemeteries in Vienna and Istanbul in the 18th and 19th Centuries

GEVHER GÖKÇE ACAR

HTML
Maria Theresa and Horses. The Legend of the Empress’s Death in the Romanian Contemporary Mindset

ANA MARIA ROMAN-NEGOI, IOAN CRISTINEL ROMAN-NEGOI

HTML
Dying, Death and Funeral Ceremonies of Austrian Aristocracy in the 19th Century Habsburg Monarchy (an Example of the Schwarzenberg Family)

VÁCLAV GRUBHOFFER

HTML
Honor and Death in the Militarist Discourse in Romania (1859-1918)

MIHAI CHIPER

HTML
Two Deaths and Two Destinies: Rasputin and Imperial Russia

OLGA GRĂDINARU

HTML
Collective Interments: Ossuaries and Brotherly Mounds in Bulgaria, 1944-1989

NIKOLAI VUKOV

HTML
The Representations of American Stars’ Death in Communist Romania

VICTOR-TUDOR ROŞU

HTML
The Death of the Star. Social and Cultural Issues

ADRIANA TEODORESCU

HTML
Von Hagens’ Bestiary and Sacrifice’s Crisis

ANNA KUBIAK

HTML
Religion and The Meaning of Death
Sur la vie et sur la mort. Être en Christ dans la théologie de Saint Paul

CONSTANTIN MIHAI

HTML
Other Worlds – Relics of Pagan Beliefs in Polish Folk Culture

BOŻENA JÓZEFÓW-CZERWIŃSKA

HTML
L’Orient dans l'Occident : la mort dans les religions nouvelles – l'exemple de la religion bahaï et de la théosophie

JOSEF SCHOVANEC

HTML
Bodily Disposal: Implications of the Shift from Burial to Cremation
Dans les « jardins du souvenir ». Expérience de la mémoire dans les Cimetières de Paris. Premières notes de terrain

ANTONELLA GROSSI

HTML
Bellu Orthodox Cemetery – its History and Importance in Popular Culture

CLAUDIA IONESCU

HTML
The Vertical Metaphorical Structure of the Cemetery Analyzing Method

MARIANA NIŢU

HTML
Inverness Crematorium: A Challenge to the Highland Way of Death?

PETER C. JUPP

HTML
The Building of Crematoria in the Czech Republic: A Social and Ideological Issue

ZDENĚK R. NEŠPOR

HTML
The Issue of Cremation and Romanian Elites during the 19th - 21st Centuries

MARIUS ROTAR

HTML
Natural Burial Ground Bergerbos: An Alternative Place of Burial in the Netherlands

MIRJAM KLAASSENS, PETER GROOTE

HTML
Virtual Cemeteries. A New Way of Processing Grief?

OLIVIA MINISTERI

HTML
Inverse Cremation and Organ Donation Rates. Taking another Look at Bodily Disposal and Religion

ANNE MARKUSSEN

HTML
Commemoration of the Dead in Space and Time
Death and Memory in the Context of the Contemporary Bulgarian Street Posted Obituary

EMILIYA KARABOEVA

HTML
Les croix de la ville de Bucarest. Problèmes de sociologie religieuse

IRINA STAHL

HTML
A Transatlantic Love – Foreshadowing a Death. On Memory and Subjectivity in Seiichi Furuya’s Photographs of Christine Gössler

GOLIE TALAIE

HTML
New Phenomenon: Roadside Memorials

OLGA NEŠPOROVÁ

HTML
How Sacred Is Secular Death? And just how Secular Can Sacred Death Be? A Theoretical Proposal

ADELA TOPLEAN

HTML
New Ritualisation of Death in 21th century
A Last Greeting to the Deceased – Secular Funeral Services in Leipzig, East Germany

CHRISTINE SCHLOTT

HTML
New Architectures for Funeral Houses in the Contemporary Secularized Italian Society. Premises and Results of an Interdisciplinary University Research Activity

LUIGI BARTOLOMEI, GIORGIO PRADERIO

HTML
Contemporary Features of Death: an Inquiry on 52 Mortuaries in Piedmont Hospitals

MARINA SOZZI, ROSSANA BECARELLI

HTML
Personalised eschatology. Crossing Borders in Dutch Death Rituals

THOMAS QUARTIER

HTML
Death and Modernization

ILONA KEMPPAINEN

HTML
Love, Death and Everyday Life

MONICA DANCI

HTML
Death Lessons in the Imaginary Delivered by Computer Games Industry

FLORINA CODREANU

HTML
End of Life and Palliative Cares. Bereavement
Mourir aujourd’hui : modalités de mourir ; causes de la mort ; la « médicalisation » de la mort

CONSTANTIN BOGDAN

HTML
The Modern Hospice Movement: A Quiet Revolution in End of Life Care

KEN WORPOLE

HTML
Palliation in Denmark

BIRGITTE DUE JENSEN KOCH

HTML
Specialist Palliative Care Service for People Severely Affected by Neurodegenerative Conditions: Does this Make a Difference to Palliative Care Outcomes? Results of Ne-Pal – An Explorative Randomized Controlled Trial

SIMONE VERONESE, GLORIA GALLO, ALESSANDRO VALLE, CHIARA RIVOIRO, DAVID J. OLIVER

HTML
CIGNO Philosophy and the Treatment of Mourning

MARCO MUSSO, PAOLO VARESE, NICOLA VOLGARINO, PAOLO BELLINGERI, SALVATORE BELLINCERI, MARA CONTE, ALESSANDRA AGNESE

HTML
Une approche et une thérapie complexe de la fin de vie (médicale, morale, sociale, spirituelle). Les soins palliatifs

CONSTANTIN BOGDAN

HTML
Perceptions of Ethical Arguments Related to Euthanasia

IOANA TODOR, LUCIAN MARINA

HTML
Grieving Alone? Towards an Understanding of the Experience of Bereaved Single Parents: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis

MARIA XENAKI, ADRIAN COYLE

HTML
Bereavement in Children and Adolescents

CRISTINA MARIA SPERANZA, MEDINA BORDEA

HTML