03 - 04 September 2020

Death & Culture III

York St John University

North East England

Death & Culture Network

This event has facilities for disabled people Wheelchair accessible

Keynote speakers are Dr Philip Stone (iDTR, UCLAN), Shannon Taggart (Independent Artist and Photographer), and the Creative Histories of Witchcraft project team comprising of Dr Will Pooley (University of Bristol), Poppy Corbett (Independent Playwright) and Anna Kisby-Compton (Independent Poet and Researcher).

Death & Culture III promotes the continuing engagement with the study of death, and acts as a forum for networking and the sharing of multidisciplinary death scholarship. Abstract papers are welcome with contributions on topics including, but not limited to:

• Death and the popular imagination • Work in death and death-adjacent industries • Governance of mortality • Death in the digital age • Mass death in the age of individualism • Artistic approaches to mortality

This internationally reaching conference brings together death scholars, including postgraduate students, artists, the charity sector, the professional environment, as well as those who might not consider themselves death scholars whose work overlaps with thanatological enquiry.

Thursday, September 24, 2020

Suicide Bereavement UK's 9th International Conference - Using Our Collective Voice

Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel, Manchester

North West England

Suicide Bereavement UK

This event has facilities for disabled people Wheelchair accessible

This year's conference is set to focus on vulnerable subgroups amongst those bereaved by suicide and taboo issues directly associated with such deaths. More than 400 people from at least nine countries usually attend this annual event and it is always over-subscribed. Cost is £140 + booking fee + VAT – book on

11 - 13 June 2021

National Funeral Exhibition

Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire

West Midlands


This event has facilities for disabled people Wheelchair accessible