Dead in the Field
Utilizing Fieldwork to Explore the Historical Interpreting of Death Related Activity, and the Emotional Coping with Death
Keywords:bereavement, death, religion
Chrisina Welch introduces this special issue of Fieldwork and Religion on religion, death and bereavement.
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