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The Good Death roundtable is a forum that seeks to foster a better relationship with our mortality. Through the exploration of a history of death rituals, an examination of what death looks like presently, and a speculation on our own death and cultural attitudes toward death in the future, we will contemplate death in an effort of preparedness and understanding.

For our inaugural meeting, we welcome Ann Neumann, author of The Good Death:An Exploration of Dying in America, to facilitate a discussion of death and dying in the present. Join us in our conversation on the many legal, cultural, and religious aspects of American death from the late 20th century to now.

Coming Up:

Roundtable 2: A Brief History of Death and Dying