Saturday, July 21st, 2018

Funeral Services


    Anderson, Elizabeth, editor. Memory, mourning, landscape. Amsterdam; New York: Rodopi, 2010.

    Barringer, Judith M. The hunt in ancient Greece. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001.

    Baxter, Grant and Wendy Stuart. Death and the adolescent: a resource handbook for bereavement support groups
                   in schools
. Toronto, Ont.: University of Toronto Press, 1999.

    Beck, Lane Anderson, ed. Regional approaches to mortuary analysis. New York: Plenum Press, 1995.
                   Call number: CC77.B8 R44 1995

    Bowman, LeRoy. The American funeral: a study in guilt, extravagance, and sublimity. Washington, D.C.: Public
                  Affairs Press, 1959. Call number: GT3203 .B6 1990

    Bryant, Clifton D., editor in chief. Handbook of death & dying. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications, ©2003.

    Budge, E.A. Wallis. The book of the dead. S.l: Floating Press, 2008.

    Budge, E.A. Wallis The mummy: funereal rites & customs in ancient Egypt. London: Senate, 1995.
                   Call number: DT61 .B916 1995

    Carroll, Maureen. Spirits of the dead: Roman funerary commemoration in Western Europe. Oxford; New York:
                   Oxford University Press, 2006.

    Carson, Denise. Parting ways: new rituals and celebrations of life’s passing. Berkeley: University of California Press,
                   2011.

    Cederroth, S., C. Corlin, and J. Lindström, eds. On the meaning of death: essays on mortuary rituals and
                  eschatological beliefs
. Uppsala: Ubsaliensis Academiae; Stockholm, Sweden: Distributed by Almqvist & Wiksell
                  International, 1988. Call number: GT3150 .O5 1988

    Corr, Charles A. Death and dying, life and living. Pacific Grove, CA, USA: Brooks/Cole Pub. Co., 1997.
                   Call number: BF789.D4 C67 1997

    Danforth, Loring M. The death rituals of rural Greece. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1982.
                   Call number: GT3251.A2 D36 1982

    Davies, Douglas J. The theology of death. London; New York: T & T Clark, 2008.

    David, A. Rosalie. Handbook to life in ancient Egypt. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. Call number: DT83 .D23 1999

    Davies, Douglas J. and Lewis H. Mates, editors. Encyclopedia of cremation. Aldershot, England; Burlington, VT:
                   Ashgate, 2005.

    Diamant, Anita. Saying Kaddish: how to comfort the dying, bury the dead, and mourn as a Jew. New York: Schocken
                   Books, 1998. Call number: BM712 .D53 1998

    Dobson, Michael. England’s Elizabeth an afterlife in fame and fantasy. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press,
                   2002.

    Dorn, James M. and Barbara M. Hopkins. Thanatochemistry: a survey of general, organic, and biochemistry for
                  funeral service professionals
. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 1998. Call number: QD31.2 .D654 1998

    Dutcher-Walls, Patricia, editor. The family in life and in death the family in ancient Israel: sociological and
                   archaeological perspectives
. edited by. New York; London: T & T Clark International, 2009.

    Elkaisy-Friemuth, Maha and John M. Dillon. The afterlife of the Platonic soul reflections of Platonic psychology in
                   the monotheistic religions
. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2009.

    Erin, Metin I. Hunter-gatherer behavior: human response during the Younger Dryas Walnut Creek, California: Left
                  Coast Press, 2012.

    Fairbanks, Charles H. Archeology of the funeral mound, Ocmulgee National Monument. Georgia Tuscaloosa:
                   University of Alabama Press, 2003.

    Fantham, Elaine, et al. Women in the classical world: image and text. New York: Oxford University Press, 1994.

    Funeral ethics. Springfield, IL: Funeral Ethics Association, 1999. Call number: RA622 .F8 1999

    Undertaking ethics: the ethics case program. Springfield, IL: The Association, 1995.
                   Call number: HD9999.U53 U585 1995

    Funeral festivals in America: rituals for the living. Lexington, Ky: University Press of Kentucky, 2006.

    Funeral service: a historical perspective. Howard C. Raether. S.I.: NFDA, 1990. Call #: RA623 .A2 1990

    Gross, Donalyn A. Dying in prison: counseling the terminal inmate. Eugene, Or: Hemlock Society,
                   1991. Call number: BF789.D4 G76 1991

    Gross, Donalyn A. Voices of the dying; reflections of the living. Longmeadow, Ma: Cinnabar,
                   1994. Call number: BF789.D45 G76 1994

    Habenstein, Robert Wesley. The history of American funeral directing. Milwaukee, Bulfin, 1955.
                   Call number: GT3150 b .H3

    Hachlili, Rachel. Jewish funerary customs, practices and rites in the Second Temple period. Leiden; Boston: Brill,
                   2005.

    Harrison, Robert Pogue. The dominion of the dead. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003.

    Hass, Kristin Ann. Carried to the wall: American memory and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Berkeley: University
                  of California Press, ©1998.

    Hughes, Dennis D. Human sacrifice in ancient Greece.London; New York: Routledge, 1996.

    Hughes Wright, Roberta. The death care industry: African American cemeteries and funeral homes. [s.l.]: Hughes
                   Wright Enterprises, 2007. Call number: GT3203 .H84 2007

    Hughes Wright, Roberta. Lay down body: living history in African American cemeteries. Detroit: Visible Ink Press,
                  1996. Call number: E185.86 .H84 1996

    Hughes, Theodore E. A family guide to wills, funerals, and probate: how to protect yourself and your survivors.
                   New York: Facts on File/Checkmark Books, 2001. Call number:< KF755.Z9 H84 2001
                  

    Iserson, Kenneth V. Death to dust: what happens to dead bodies? Tucson, AZ: Galen Press, 1993.
                   Call number: QP87. I83 1993

     Jacobs, Jane. The death and life of great American cities. Detroit: Visible Ink Press, 1996.
                  Call number: HT167 .J33 1992

    Johnston, Sarah Iles. Restless dead: encounters between the living and the dead in ancient Greece. Berkeley:
                  University of California Press, 1999.

    Jones, Karen. Death for beginners: your no-nonsense, money-saving guide to planning for the inevitable.
                   Call number: HQ1073 .J66 2010

    Kubasak, Michael and William M. Lamers, Jr. Traversing the minefield: best practice: reducing risk in funeral-
                   cremation service
. Pasadena, CA: LMG Pub., 2007.Call #: 344.73045

    Kübler-Ross, Elisabeth. To live until we say good-bye. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1978.
                   Call number: BF789.D4 K83

    Laderman, Gary. Rest in peace: a cultural history of death and the funeral home in twentieth-century America. New
                  York: Oxford University Press, 2003. Call number: HD9999.U53 U543 2003

    Laderman, Gary. The sacred remains: American attitudes toward death, 1799-1883. New Haven: Yale University
                  Press, 1996. Call number: BR525 .L25 1996

    Lai Wan Chan, Cecilia and Amy Yin Man Chow, editors. Death, dying and bereavement: a Hong Kong Chinese
                   experience
. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2006.

    Leming, Michael R. Understanding dying, death, and bereavement. Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt College Publishers,
                   2002. Call number: HQ1073.5.U6 L45 2002

    Living with the Dead: Ancestor Worship and Mortuary Ritual in Ancient Egypt. Havertown: Oxbow Books, 2012.

     Manning, Doug. The funeral: a chance to touch, a chance to serve, a chance to heal. Oklahoma City, OK: In-Sight
                  Books, 2001. Call number: BV199.F8 M5 2001

    Matras, Yaron. Romani in Britain the afterlife of a language. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2010.

     Matsunami, Kōdō. International handbook of funeral customs. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998.
                   Call number: REF GT3150 .M27 1998

    McIntee, Jeanne Daly. To comfort and to honor: a guide to personalizing rituals for the passing of a loved one.
                  Minneapolis: Augsburg, 1998. Call number: GT3203 .M35 1998

    Metcalfe, Gayden. Being dead is no excuse: the official Southern ladies guide to hosting the perfect funeral. New
                  York: Miramax Books, 2005. Call number: GT3206 2005

    Mitford, Jessica. The American way of death revisited. New York: Vintage Books, 2000, 1963.
                   Call number: HD9999.U53 U554 2000

    Nadle, June Knights. Mortician diaries: the dead-honest truth from a life spent with death.
                  Call number: RA662 .N33 2006

    The national yellow book of funeral directors. Youngstown, OH: Nomis Publications.
                  Call number: HD9999.U53 U555

    Naythons, Matthew. The mission: inside the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Wall, NJ: FCS Worldwide,
                  2005. Call number: BX8695 .S6

    Nicklas, Tobias,Friedrich V. Reiterer, and Joseph Verheyden, editors in collaboration with Heike Braun. The human
                   body in death and resurrection
. Berlin; New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2009.

    The official funeral service desk reference: 2005. Wall, NJ: FCS Worldwide, 2005.
                   Call number: REF RA622.A7 O34 2005

    Olberding, Amy and Philip J. Ivanhoe, editors. Mortality in traditional Chinese thought. Albany: State University of
                  New York Press, 2011.

    Order of Christian funerals. New York: Catholic Book Pub, 1989. Call number: BX2035.6 .F8523 1989

    Park, Chang-Won. Cultural blending in Korean death rites : new interpretive approaches. London; New York:
                  Continuum, 2010.

    Puckle, Bertram S. Funeral customs: their origin and development. Detroit: Omnigraphics, 1990.
                  Call number: GT3150 .P8 1990

    Raether, Howard C., editor. The Funeral director’s practice management handbook. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice
                  Hall, 1989.Call number:RA622 .F85 1989

    Raether, Howard C. Funeral service: a historical perspective. S.I.: NFDA, 1990. Call number: RA623 .A2 1990

    Rebillard, Éric; translated by Elizabeth Trapnell Rawlings and Jeanine Routier-Pucci. The care of the dead in late
                  antiquity
. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2009.

    Reigle, John M. When death occurs: a practical consumer’s guide: funerals, memorials, burial, cremation, body
                  donation
. Curran, MI: Consumer Advocate Press, 2003.Call number: GT3203 .R45 2002

    Reis, João José; translated by H. Sabrina Gledhill. Death is a festival: funeral rites and rebellion in nineteenth-
                   century Brazil
. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2003.

    Riggs, Christina. The beautiful burial in Roman Egypt: art, identity, and funerary religion. Oxford; New York: Oxford
                   University Press, 2005.

    Roberts, Darryl J. Profits of death: an insider exposes the death care industries. Chandler, AZ: Five Star Publications,
                  1997. Call number:HD9999.U53 U572 1997

    Rocco, Stephen R. Lucky to have me as their funeral director!: interpersonal keys to successful funeral practice.
                   Dedham, Mass.: Dedham Pub., 2001.Call number: RA622 .F82

    Russmann, Edna R. Eternal Egypt: masterworks of ancient art from the British Museum. Berkeley, CA: University of
                   California Press, 2001. Call number: N5350 .E87 2001

    Shorter, David Delgado. We will dance our truth: Yaqui history in Yoeme performances. Lincoln: University of
                   Nebraska Press, 2009.

    Spargo, Clifton. Vigilant memory: Emmanuel Levinas, the Holocaust, and the unjust death. Baltimore: Johns
                   Hopkins University Press, 2006.

    Stillion, Judith M. Suicide across the life span: premature exits. Washington, D.C.: Taylor & Francis, 1996.
                     Call number: HV6545 .S797 1996

    Stern, Karen B. Inscribing devotion and death: archaeological evidence for Jewish populations of North Africa.
                  Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2008.

    Stone, Jacqueline I. and Mariko Namba Walter, editors. Death and the afterlife in Japanese Buddhism. Honolulu:
                  University of Hawaii Press, ©2008. Sullivan, Lynne P. and Robert C. Mainfort, Jr., editors.

    Mississippian mortuary practices: beyond hierarchy and the representationist perspective. Gainesville: University
                  Press of Florida, 2010.

    Sweeney, Kate. American afterlife: encounters in the customs of mourning. Athens: The University of Georgia
                  Press, 2014.

    Taylor, Richard P. Death and the afterlife: a cultural encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, Calif: ABC-CLIO, 2000.
                  Call number: REF GT3150 .T25 2000.

    Taylor, Richard P. Death and the afterlife: a cultural encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO, 2000.

    Tsagalis, Christos C. Inscribing sorrow: fourth-century Attic funerary epigrams. Berlin; New York: W. De Gruyter,
                  2008.

    Van Beck, Todd W. Winning ways: the funeral profession’s guide to human relations. Stamford, Conn.: Appleton &
                  Lange, 1999. Call number:RA622 .V36 1998

    Venice’s most loyal city: civic identity in Renaissance Brescia. Stephen D. Bowd. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard
                  University Press, 2010.

    Wickett, Elizabeth. For the living and the dead: the funerary laments of Upper Egypt, ancient and modern. London;
                  New York: I.B. Tauris, 2010.

    Wilson, Christopher S. Beyond Anıtkabir: the funerary architecture of Atatürk: the construction and maintenance of
                  national memory
. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2013.

    Yarrow, H. C. Introduction to the study of mortuary customs among the North American Indians: bound with a
                 further contribution to the study of the mortuary custom
. New York: AMS Press, 1976.
                  Call number: E98.M8 Y22 1976