Promoting the interdisciplinary study of death and dying
ISSN: 1357-6275 (Print), 1469-9885 (Online)
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year
A foremost international, interdisciplinary journal that has relevance both for academics and professionals concerned with human mortality. Mortality is essential reading for those in the field of death studies and in a range of disciplines, including anthropology, art, classics, history, literature, medicine, music, socio-legal studies, social policy, sociology, philosophy, psychology and religious studies. The journal is also of special interest and relevance for those professionally or voluntarily engaged in the health and caring professions, in bereavement counselling, the funeral industries, and in central and local government.
Unique features of the journal are the Classic Revisited series wherein key texts in the study of death are subjected to contemporary reappraisal by an expert in the discipline, and Virtual Themed Issues, which are online collections of articles on key themes introduced by an expert.
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