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Brook, Anne Christine. “God, Grief and Community: Commemoration of the Great War in Huddersfield, c.1914-1929.” Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Leeds (School of History), 2009. Burritt, Nicole Jennifer. “A Study of Ethnicity in an Orthodox Christian Cemetery in Flint, Michigan.” M.A. Thesis, Michigan State University, 2009. Byock, Ashley M. “Embalming in Memory: Mourning, Narrativity, and Historiography in the Nineteenth-Century United States.” Ph.D. Dissertation, Northwestern University, 2008. Chowritmootoo, Michan. “So Their Remains May Rest: Cherokee Death Rituals and Repatriation.” M.A. Thesis, Texas Woman’s University, 2009. Clayton, Sarah C. “Ritual Diversity and Social Identities: A Study of Mortuary Behaviors at Teotihuacan.” Ph.D. Dissertation, Arizona State University, 2009. David, Margaret L. “Excavation, Analysis and Reburial of the Historical Junkin Yost Cemetery from the Village of Indian Hill, Ohio.” M.A. Thesis, San Diego State University, 2010. DeGroot, Jocelyn M. “Reconnecting with the Dead via Facebook: Examining Transcorporeal Communication as a Way to Maintain Relationships.” Ph.D. Dissertation, Ohio University, 2009. Dillane, Jeffrey Bryan. “Visibility Analysis of the Rice Lake Burial Mounds and Related Sites.” M.A. Thesis, Trend University (Canada), 2010. Dixon, Seth. “Symbolic Landscapes of Identity: Monumentality, Modernity and Memory on Mexico City’s Paseo de la Reforma.” Ph.D. Dissertation, The Pennsylvania State University, 2009. Fields, Alison. “False Closure: Narratives of Trauma, Healing, and American Nationhood.” Ph.D. Dissertation, The University of Mexico, 2009. Frost, R. Jeffrey. “The Ancestors Above, The People Below: Cemeteries, Landscape and Dual Organization in Late Pre-Columbian Costa Rica.” Ph.D. Dissertation, The University of Wisconsin – Madison, 2009. Giguere, Joy M. ““The Dead Shall Be Raised”: The Egyptian Revival and 19th Century American Commemorative Culture.” Ph.D. Dissertation, The University of Maine, 2009. Gonzales, Marisa. “The Green Burial Movement: Reworking the Relationship Between Death and Society.” M.A. Thesis, Texas Woman’s University, 2009. Graves, Karen Elizabeth. “Social Networking Sites and Grief: An Exploratory Investigation of Potential Benefits.” Psy.D. Dissertation, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2009.

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