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  • The Death Studies Podcast is a platform for the diversity of voices in, around and contributing to the academic field of Death Studies. Find out more at www.thedeathstudiespodcast.com
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  • May 6 2022

    Professor Frank Eyetsemitan is Professor of Psychology at Roger Williams University in Bristol Rhode Island, where he previously held the position of Associate Dean for Social Sciences Division of the College of Arts and Sciences. Professor Eyetsemitan’s work in the field of aging spans almost three decades. His research interests include intergenerational relationships (within families and within skilled care facilities), cross-cultural gerontology, and adult grief outcomes. Prof Eyetsemitan’s works have appeared in prominent journals on Aging and Death & Dying, including the Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology; Death Studies; and OMEGA: Death and Dying. His book (published in 2003 with James Gire as co-author), entitled: Aging and Adult Development in Developing Societies: Applying Western Theories and Concepts discusses the appropriateness of applying key Western theories and concepts to non-Western populations. He is also the author of the textbook, Understanding Death & Dying: Encountering death, dying and the afterlife (2020); and of Death, Dying and Bereavement Around the World: theories, varied views and customs(2021).

    For a discount on the book discussed in the intro and outro, Free Yourself from Death Anxiety: A CBT Self-Help Guide for a Fear of Death and Dying by Rachel E. Menzies and David Veale, available at £12 rather than £14.99 once the discount is applied, please order from the publisher’s website at the link below. Please apply VEALEMNZ20 at checkout. This code is valid for one year from the release of this episode. You can find the book here: https://uk.jkp.com/products/free-yourself-from-death-anxiety

    To cite this episode, you can use the following citation:

    Eyetsemitan, F. (2022) Interview on The Death Studies Podcast hosted by Michael-Fox, B. and Visser, R. Published 6 May 2022. Available at: www.thedeathstudiespodcast.com, DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.19721980

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    This is the interview featured in episode eight of The Death Studies Podcast. This interview is with Professor Frank Eyetsemitan. You can find out more about the guests and hear the full episode at www.thedeathstudiespodcast.com or listen to the full episode wherever you find your podcasts.

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    Eyetsemitan, F. (2022) Interview on The Death Studies Podcast hosted by Michael-Fox, B. and Visser, R. Published 6 May 2022. Available at: www.thedeathstudiespodcast.com, DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.19721980

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    57 mins
  • Apr 1 2022

    In this episode, hear artist Lucy Willow talk about her work.

    Born in Whitstable, Kent Lucy Willow graduated with first class BA in Fine Art from Falmouth College of Art in 2003. Willow lives and works in Cornwall and has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally. Her work first received acclaim with a series of Dust carpets made on location and for specific environments, Smithfield abattoir (2005), Old Romney Church (2005), Make it Real, Whitstable, Kent (2006), Art Now Cornwall, Tate St.Ives commission (2007). In 2001 Willow won the BAMS (British Art Medal Society) award for contemporary medal making. Willow’s photographic work was presented for the first time with a solo show at Millennium Gallery St.Ives (2009). Willow was selected in 2009, with seven artists representing Cornwall, to show in London in a project called Gloria Zoo Art 2009. In 2014 she had a solo exhibition Fallen at Kestle Barton, Centre for Contemporary art, Cornwall (April – June 2014), where she developed a body of work over a two-year period with two artist residencies. In December 2015 she was artist in residence at HERE factory in Iceland where her work was strongly influenced by the dark winter months and bleak landscape. In March 2016 she became artists in residence in Guangzhou China as part of an arts international program and had a solo show in Redtory arts district, Guangzhou (April – May 2016). Willow presented a paper at the Malady and Mortality conference, Falmouth University 2013 Paper: The last Portrait, a microscopic view of transience, mourning and loss. Published in Malady and Mortality: Illness, Disease and Death in Literary and Visual Culture (2016) Chapter: The last Portrait, a microscopic view of transience, mourning and loss.

    In 2020 she set up an organisation DUST The Art of Grief from an old shop in Penzance as a space to bring together artists, artefacts, members of the community and professionals working in end of life and funeral industries.

    Lucy Willow is currently part time senior lecturer in Fine Art at Falmouth University, an end of life photographer, a freelance practitioner using creative practice to tell community stories of grief and a recently trained funeral celebrant hoping to bring artworks into funeral settings.

    Find out more at:

    www.lucywillow.art

    www.art-of-grief.co.uk(sign up for the newsletter we mention here)

    https://www.instagram.com/art_of_grief/

    https://www.instagram.com/artist_lucy_willow/

    Read the chapter we discuss here: http://repository.falmouth.ac.uk/1894/

    To cite this episode, you can use the following citation:

    Willow, L. (2022) Interview on The Death Studies Podcast hosted by Michael-Fox, B. and Visser, R. Published 1 April 2022. Available at: www.thedeathstudiespodcast.com, DOI:10.6084/m9.figshare.19493975

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    1 hr and 3 mins
  • Mar 1 2022

    Panagiotis Pentaris is an Associate Professor of Social Work and Thanatology in the School of Human Sciences at the University of Greenwich, England, UK, where he is also a member of the Institute for Lifecourse Development. Panagiotis is a council member for the Association for the Study of Death and Society, the Chair of the ASDS Ambassadors Scheme, a Research Fellow for the Faiths & Civil Society Unit at Goldsmiths, and over the last ten years he has researched and published on death, dying, bereavement, culture and religion, social work, social policy and LGBTQIA+ issues. Panagiotis is licensed in Social Work. He has practised social work in the field of thanatology, notably with dying children and adults, and bereaved individuals; he has practised both internationally and nationally. Positions held include hospice social worker, independent bereavement therapist, and social policy consultant regarding end of life strategies and palliative and hospice care guidance, as well as disaster social work.

    Two books we talk about in the episode are linked below, both published by Routledge.

    Death, Grief and Loss in the Context of COVID-19  and Dying in a Transhumanist and Posthuman Society. See Panagiotis’s staff profile at the University of Greenwich for a full overview of his publications.

    To cite this episode, you can use the following citation:

    Pentaris, P. (2022) Interview on The Death Studies Podcast hosted by Michael-Fox, B. and Visser, R. Published 1 March 2022. Available at: www.thedeathstudiespodcast.com, DOI:10.6084/m9.figshare.19267499

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    1 hr and 8 mins

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