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Contributors: Charles Clary

Mors Mortis Museum is proud to feature Charles Clary who will contribute to the Public Education and Engagement in Museums and Heritage section of the upcoming Routledge handbook: Museums, Heritage, and Death with his work titled: Transforming Memento Mori: A Contemporary Lens. Charles says that his work stems from the loss of both his motherContinue reading “Contributors: Charles Clary”

Contributors: Elifgül Doğan

Mors Mortis Museum is proud to feature Elifgül Doğan who will contribute to the Politics and the Dead section of the upcoming Routledge handbook: Museums, Heritage, and Death with her work tentatively titled: A quest for identity through archaeological human remains in Turkey.  Doğan says she became interested in studying death and related topics whenContinue reading “Contributors: Elifgül Doğan”

Contributors: Claire Nally

Mors Mortis Museum is proud to feature Dr. Claire Nally who will contribute to the Public Education and Engagement in Museums and Heritage section of the upcoming Routledge handbook: Museums, Heritage, and Death with her work tentatively titled: The Death Positive Library alongside her colleague Dr. Stacey Pitsillides and the library staff at Redbridge, KirkleesContinue reading “Contributors: Claire Nally”

Contributors: Radka Krejčí

Mors Mortis Museum is proud to feature Radka Krejčí who will contribute to the Heritage, Tourism, and Death section of the upcoming Routledge handbook: Museums, Heritage, and Death with her work titled: Challenges faced by the owners of historical monuments that present human remains in today’s world.  Radka says that because she is responsible forContinue reading “Contributors: Radka Krejčí”

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The motives of Mors Mortis Museum are to share and provide information about the role museums can or should play in educating the public about death and death practices, evaluating the ethics associated with human remains in museum exhibits and collections, and highlighting the potential of museums as active agents for the death positive movement.

Administered by Drs. Trish Biers and Katie Clary

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