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Weiss, Max. “Practicing Sectarianism in Mandate Lebanon: Shi´i Cemeteries, Religious Patrimony, and the Everyday Politics of Difference.” Journal of Social History 43, no.3 (2010), 707-733. Wernet, Mary Linn. “Re-Dedication Ceremony of the Bronze Tablets on the Grave of Dr. John Sibley (1757-1837).” North Louisiana History 40, no.2/3 (2009), 127. Westover, Paul. “William Godwin, Literary Tourism, and the Work of Necromanticism.” Studies in Romanticism 48, no.2 (2009), 299-319. Wilfand, Yael. “Aramaic Tombstones from Zoar and Jewish Conceptions of the Afterlife.” Journal for the Study of Judaism: In the Persian Hellenistic & Roman Period 40, no.4/5 (2009), 510-539. Zigarovich, Jolene. “Preserved Remains: Embalming Practices in Eighteenth Century England.” Eighteenth-Century Life 33, no.3 (2009), 65-104.

Dissertations and Theses Ackels, Timberly A. “Lest We Forget: Exploring Collective Memory in Interwar Britain.” M.A. Thesis, Southern Methodist University, 2009. Anderson, Lisa M. “The Roman Military Community as Expressed in its Burial Customs During the First to Third Centuries CE.” Ph.D. Dissertation, Brown University, 2009. Belli, Melia. “Royal Umbrellas of Stone: Memory, Political Propaganda, and Public Identity in Rajput Funerary Architecture.” Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles, 2009. Beningson, Susan L. “Shaping Sacred Space: Studies in the Ritual Architecture and Artistic Programs of Early Buddhist Cave Temples and Their Relation to Tombs in Fifth Century China.” Ph.D. Dissertation, Columbia University, 2009. Bissell, Laura Jane Lindsay. “Understanding Motivation and Perception at Two Dark Tourism Attractions in Winnipeg, MB.” M.A. Thesis, University of Manitoba (Canada), 2009. Britton, Lauren R. “A Biocultural Analysis of Nubian Fetal Pot Burials from Askut, Sudan.” M.A. Thesis, University of Central Florida, 2009. Bromberg, Amanda. “Holocaust Commemoration and the Creation of Living Memory: How the Jewish Museum Berlin, the Contemporary Jewish Museum, and the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe Assert the Past in the Fabric of the Present.” M.A. Thesis, University of Southern California, 2009.

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