Publication: Parution en ligne du numéro collectif Transfunéraire dans Death Studies

Nous avons le plaisir de vous annoncer la publication d’un numéro collectif publié par les membres du programme de recherche Transfunéraire dans la revue Death Studies.

Cette publication est déjà accessible en ligne, en pré-accès à la version papier.

Vous trouverez ci-dessous les liens vers les articles qui la constituent:

Anne Carol (Telemme, Aix-Marseille Université)

Mass Death and Funerary Transition: The Meudon Railway Disaster (France, 1842)

Gaëlle Clavandier (Centre Max Weber, ADES)

From technical measures to moral obligations: The management and fate of fragmented human remains following disasters. The case of a plane crash in France in 2015

Elisabeth Anstett (CNRS, ADES, Aix-Marseille Université)

Never-ending funerals. Annual burials and reburials of victims of mass violence in present-day Bosnia and Herzegovina

José Pablo Baraybar (ICRC, Transregional Forensic Coordinator)  & Valérie Robin Azevedo (URMIS, Université de Paris Cité)

Peruvian thanatoscape and posthumous biographies of prisoners: dispersion and re-appropriation of undesirable corpses

Clara Duterme (LinCS, Université de Strasbourg)

The stories bones tell. Collaboration between forensic teams and victims’ relatives in the interpretation and ritual accompaniment of human remains in Guatemala

Juan Pablo Aranguren Romero (Universidad de los Andes)

The emotional management of death and absence by forensic anthropologists in Colombia and Peru

Laura M. Panizo (Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas)

Grief, mourning, and the body: Ritual attention to the death of victims of the dictatorship in Chile

Galia Valtchinova (CAS, Université de Toulouse 2)

 A monument to not exhume: Silence, speech, and issues surrounding the mass grave of communist fighters at the Battle of Florina (1949), Northern Greece

Publication: “Evidencing Mass Crimes: Anthropologies of Forensic Expertise in Mass Grave Exhumations” in Social Anthropology/ Anthropologie Sociale.

A special issue of the Journal Social Anthropology/Anthropologie Sociale has just been published on the theme : “Evidencing Mass Crimes: Anthropologies of Forensic Expertise in Mass Grave Exhumations

Articles are accessibles on the Journal’s website. The journal is transitionning to Open Access.

Social Anthropology / Anthropologie Sociale, Vol. 30 (2022): Issue 3: Evidencing Mass Crimes: Anthropologies of Forensic Expertise in Mass Grave Exhumations.

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