Tag: death

DaCNet: Day 2

By Katie Clary Day 2 of the Death and Culture Network Conference opened with, “Corpses in Cabinets,” my own panel, which included fantastic women scholars from around the world, but also from my home state! Imagine my surprise when I realized the first speaker,…

DaCNet Conference: Day 1

By Katie Clary Night 1 of the conference I headed over to a pub for games and introductions to the DaCNet crew. I knew I was in the right place when I walked in and heard people asking, “Are you here for death??”  I…

Death and Culture Network 2018: A Review

By Katie Clary Last September I had the opportunity to present a paper on Bodies and Display for the Death and Culture II conference at the University of York in the United Kingdom. This was a fantastic opportunity to bring that research to an…

Trauma, Art, Grieving, and Memento Mori

Our inaugural blog comes from artist Charles Clary, who was kind enough to design our MMM logo. Clary recently won the $12,500 People’s Choice 2D award at the regional art competition ArtFields in South Carolina, as well as the Jury Chosen $2,000 Merit Award…