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How can we understand the relationship between death and heritage? Using three case studies, Death, Memorialization and Deviant Spaces adapts contemporary spatial theory to develop a new conceptual toolbox, complementing existing work on dark tourism and difficult heritage, to explore the multifarious ways that memorialization functions.

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How can we understand the relationship between death and heritage? Using three case studies, Death, Memorialization and Deviant Spaces adapts contemporary spatial theory to develop a new conceptual toolbox, complementing existing work on dark tourism and difficult heritage, to explore the multifarious ways that memorialization functions.
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Matthew Spokes is Lecturer in Sociology at York St. John University, UK. His research principally focuses on the intersections between popular (and unpopular!) culture, death and spatial theory, especially in relation to interactive entertainment.Jack Denham is Lecturer in Sociology and Criminology at York St. John University, UK. He is a co-editor of the book series Emerald Studies in Death and Culture, and his research interests focus on 'murderabilia', crime in popular culture, the sociology of consumption, and death. Benedikt Lehmann is Lecturer in Sociology and Criminology at York St. John University, UK. His research interests concentrate on social and criminological theory, financial markets and automation technology, alongside the politics of public space.