Dr Laura Davies runs a two-day public event exploring literature, death and dying, Cambridge Central Library, 19-20 July 2019

Image credit: Morphine Crystal. The Wellcome Trust collection (Creative Commons license)

Dr Laura Davies (King’s College) is running a two-day public event on death and literature at Cambridge Central Library, Friday 19 July-Saturday 20 July.   The event, which includes workshops, activities, archaeology, is part of What is a good death?, a research and public impact project at the Faculty of English, University of Cambridge, bringing past and current perspectives on dying well into conversation.  The project team includes Dr Emma Salgård Cunha, PhD student David McCay and recently graduated student Dr Jessica Lim.

Link to What is a good death? website.

Link to What is a good death? project twitter.

 

 

 

 

 

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