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  1. Art, Death and Disposal: artist open call announcement

    DeathTech’s open call to artists received 34 innovative and thoughtful proposals – thank you to all of those who so generously responded to the call. We …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2020/11/13/art-death-and-disposal-artist-open-call-announcement

  2. Mystifying Melbourne: Anthropologist Dr Hannah Gould On The DeathTech Research of bringing new life to Cemeteries

    Aisha from RRR Radio chats with Melbourne University anthropologist Dr Hannah Gould about the DeathTech research of bringing new life to cemeteries. They discuss augmented realities, …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2020/11/05/mystifying-melbourne-anthropologist-dr-hannah-gould-on-the-deathtech-research-of-bringing-new-life-to-cemeteries

  3. Digging Deep into Death Technology on Studio 10

    Dr Hannah Gould spoke to Studio 10 about new and emerging alternatives to burial and cremation. “Let’s talk about death!” The segment aired on Wednesday the …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2020/10/24/digging-deep-into-death-technology-on-studio-10

  4. The Future Cemetery: Release of the first annual Survey and Workshop Reports

    The DeathTech team are pleased to present two new reports from our Future Cemetery Research Project. This project is funded by The Australian Research Council (LP180100757) …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2020/10/09/the-future-cemetery-release-of-first-annual-survey-and-workshop-reports

  5. A fertile time for death disruptors: ‘People are finding meaning in these new rituals’

    A new article in The Guardian looks at the new players and new practices in death care that have attained greater prominence under the restrictions of …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2020/09/21/a-fertile-time-for-death-disruptors-people-are-finding-meaning-in-these-new-rituals

  6. How technology is changing the way we grieve

    This week, several members of the DeathTech Research Team were featured in the ABC Radio National programme, God Forbid. Listen here. Is it possible to be …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2020/09/06/how-technology-is-changing-the-way-we-grieve

  7. OPEN CALL: Art, Death and Disposal

    During a time of rapid change and global crisis, the interdisciplinary DeathTech team at the University of Melbourne is researching the intersection of death, technology and …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2020/06/24/open-call-art-death-and-disposal

  8. ネット葬式 or 入場制限? – The Big Issue Japan

    covid-19

    Our article for The Conversation, “Small funerals, online memorials and grieving from afar: the coronavirus is changing how we care for the dead”, has been translated into …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2020/05/12/new-article-%e3%83%8d%e3%83%83%e3%83%88%e8%91%ac%e5%bc%8f-or-%e5%85%a5%e5%a0%b4%e5%88%b6%e9%99%90

  9. How loved ones are overcoming funeral restrictions

    DeathTech team member Hannah Gould was interviewed for an article in The Canberra Times, exploring how funeral practice is adapting to COVID-19 conditions: There are other …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2020/04/26/how-loved-ones-are-overcoming-funeral-restrictions

  10. Death in a Time of Corona

    Help us understand how COVID-19 is changing deathcare, funerals, and memorialisation worldwide by contributing to this collaborative, open research platform. We have established a platform to …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2020/04/12/death-in-a-time-of-corona

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