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Cultural Traditions Regarding Death and Grief

November 18, 2021 @ 11:00 am CST

Phi Theta Kappa logo with key on topEveryone is invited to “Cultural Traditions Regarding Death and Grief,” a discussion led by Adam Kaul, Augustana College anthropology professor.

Thursday, Nov. 18
11 a.m.
Building 1, Room 308 (theatre)
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Kaul wrote the 2018 book “Leisure & Death: An Anthropological Tour of Risk, Death, & Dying,” which won the Ed Bruner Book Prize in 2020 from the Anthropology of Tourism Interest Group.

This event is presented by the Quad-Cities Campus chapter of Phi Theta Kappa honor society as part of the chapter’s 2021 Honors in Action Project. The students’ research question is, “How do different cultures deal with the effects of death according to their traditions and how is the legacy of the dead preserved?”

For more information, contact PTK advisor Nicole Banks at 309-796-5422 or banksn@bhc.edu.

Details

Date:
November 18, 2021
Time:
11:00 am CST
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Venue

Black Hawk College Quad-Cities Campus
6600 34th Ave.
Moline, IL 61265 United States
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