reframing sites of the dead in Brazil

The Routledge Handbook of Death and the Afterlife

Organizado por Candi Cann (Baylor University), The Routledge Handbook of Death and The Afterlife (“O Manual de Roteiro de Morte e da Vida Após a Morte”, em tradução literal) é um guia extensivo sobre atitudes perante a morte e seus espaços. Renato Cymbalista (FAU-USP) escreve com Aline Santos o capítulo (Re)framing sites of the dead in Brazil, que trata de apropriações recentes de sítios de morte, sepultamento e deposição de cinzas em São Paulo.


Part I: The Study of Dying, Death and Grief: An Overview
Chapter 1: Introduction by Candi K. Cann
Chapter 2: State of the Field of Death in the United States by George E. Dickinson
Chapter 3: Brain Death and the Politics of Religion by Donald Joralemon
Chapter 4: Understanding Grief: Theoretical Perspectives by Kenneth J. Doka
Part II: Disposal of the Dead: Past, Present and Future
Chapter 5: Symbolizing Imperial Affiliation in Death: Case Studies from the Inka Empire (AD 1400-1532) by Colleen Zori
Chapter 6: The Romanian Orthodox Church and Issues of Cremation by Marius Rotar
Chapter 7: Reframing Sites of the Dead in Brazil by Renato Cymbalista & Aline Silva Santos
Chapter 8: Stand By Me: The Fear of Solitary Death and the Need for Social Bonds in Contemporary Japan by Chikako Ozawa-de-Silva
Chapter 9: Politics of Death and Mortuary Rituals in Trinidadian Hinduism by Priyanka Ramlakhan
Chapter 10: The Right to be Dead: Designing Future Cemeteries by Jakob Borrits Sabra & John Troyer
Part III: Representations of Death: Narratives and Rhetoric
Chapter 11: Post-Mortem (2010): Saint Salvador Allende and Historical Autopsy by Moisés Park
Chapter 12: Mourning Deaths and Constructing Afterlives in the Red Army at War by Steven G. Jug
Chapter 13: Corpses That Preach: Óscar Romero and the Martyred Priests of El Salvador by Mandy Rodgers-Gates
Chapter 14: Photographing Human Finitude: Philosophical Reflections on Photographs of Death by Mathew A. Crawford
Chapter 15: De Imago to Word: The Exile of the Dead from Parish Symbolism in Reformation England by Lacy K. Crocker Papadakis
Part IV: Youth Meets Death: A Juxtaposition
Chapter 16: The Comprehension of Death and Afterlife in Children by Ramiro Tau
Chapter 17: The Effects of Parental Death on Religiosity within an American Context by Renae Wilkinson
Chapter 18: Ashes to Ashes: Continuing Bonds in Young Adulthood in the Netherlands by Renske Visser
Part V: Questionable Deaths and Afterlives: Suicide, Ghosts & Avatars
Chapter 19: Exeunt: The Question of Suicide at the Origin of Early Christianity by Michael J. Thate
Chapter 20: How Not to Become A Ghost: Tales of Female Suicide Martyrs in Sixteenth-Century Vietnamese ‘Transmissions of Marvels’ (truyền kỳ) by Cuong T. Mai
Chapter 21: The Cat Came Back: Revenant Pets and the Paranormal Everyday by Sara Knox
Chapter 22: From Ancestors to Avatars: Transfiguring the Afterlife by Jenny Huberman
Part VI: Material Corpses and Imagined Afterlives Around the World
Chapter 23: From the Underworld of Yama to the Island of Gems: Concepts of Afterlife in Hinduism by June McDaniel
Chapter 24: A Broad Survey of Zulu Ancestor Veneration and the Challenges it Faces by Radikobo Ntsimane
Chapter 25: Death and Life in a Pluralistic Society: Boundary-Making and Boundary-Crossing in Sino-Burmese-Tibetan Borderlands by Keping Wu
Chapter 26: Viking Death: Pre-Christian Rites of Passage and Funerary Feasting by Davide Zori
Chapter 27: Death, Resurrection and the World to Come: Jewish Views on Death and Afterlife by Nicholas R. Werse
Chapter 28: The Afterlife and Death: An Islamic Perspective by David Oualaalou
Chapter 29: Coffins, Candles, and Cameras—Aspects of Brazilian Funerals from the Nineteenth to the Twenty-first Century by Andréia Martins
Chapter 30: Buying an Afterlife: Mapping Religious Beliefs through Consumer Death Goods by Candi K. Cann


sites of the dead in Brazil