The Centre for Death & Society provides a forum for our community of researchers and practitioners to share their expertise in death, dying and bereavement.
Centre for Death & Society
CDAS is an internationally recognised research centre focusing on the interdisciplinary social aspects of death, dying and bereavement.
Our members are mainly located within the Department of Social & Policy Sciences, although we welcome members from across the University of Bath.
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Over 250 academics, policy-makers and practitioners will come together in early September for the 14th International Conference.
How Extinction Rebellion's campaign to address the impending climate and ecological emergency might reconfigure the relationship between life and death.
Dr Kate Woodthorpe writes for The Independent in response to a report about increasing funeral poverty in the UK.
The heart-warming C4 programme returns bringing together old and young in an experiment to tackle social isolation which involved Professor Malcolm Johnson.
The popular Channel 4 series, which features Bath Professor Malcolm Johnson, took home a prestigious Grierson Award at last week’s ceremony.
Dr Kate Woodthorpe writes for The Conversation about the British perceptions of death and dying.