Sheffield Death Group
The aim of the Sheffield Death Group is to offer a friendly and informal space for members to meet for discussion, collaboration and to share thinking. We are a group of researchers and practitioners who work in the field of death, dying and bereavement and are local to Sheffield and the surrounding areas. Attendance at our events is open to individuals from different disciplines and at various stages of their careers, who wish to discuss their ideas and share their work with other interested parties. We host several events across the year, accommodating a variety of formats, including presentations, reading groups and workshops.
For more information or to join the group, please contact one of the co-convenors:
- Katherine Ebury (Lecturer in the School of English): email@example.com
- Laura Towers (Doctoral Researcher, Department of Sociological Studies): firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Burgoynes: An intro to vernacular music dealing with death
Tuesday 19th February
Musical duet, The Burgoynes, present an introduction to some themes and currents in the history of vernacular music dealing with death. They will be talking about death and music, as well as playing and singing some apposite tunes. Opportunity for questions and discussion will also feature.
Sign up to attend here
Please note: additional events are currently being finalised for 2019; the webpage will be updated soon.