Tag: memorialization

Memorializing Death in an Age of Mass Mortality: Keywords of Covid-19 by Richard C. Keller

Richard C. Keller , February 28th, 2022

How do we remember death when it constitutes our landscape? In an age of ubiquitous mortality—not only pandemic deaths, but also deaths from meteorological disasters, deaths of migrants…


McCain, Memorialization, and Empire

Footnotes Editor , September 25th, 2018

[Footnotes is proud to present the work of Matthew Chrisler. Matthew Chrisler is a PhD Candidate at the City University of New York Graduate Center. He is currently conducting…


Misplaced Memorials

Kaeleigh Herstad , December 23rd, 2017

I recently found a mysterious, out-of-place grave marker on a vacant lot in Detroit, and I went down a research rabbit hole trying to figure out how it…

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