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KINGSTON UNIVERSITY LONDON

Day 1 | Monday 17th August

Day 2 | Tueaday 18th August

9:00-9:30

Registration: Tea & Coffee

9:30-10.00

Welcome

10:00-11:00

Keynote Lecture

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Heterotopic relations between media and


materiality in childrens online memorials
and on childrens graves
Dorthe Reflsund Christensen (University of
Aarhus) & Kjetil Sandvik (University of
Copenhagen)

10:00-10:30

Tea & Coffee

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10:30-11:30

Keynote Lecture

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Social Media and the English Death


Daniel Miller (University College London)
MINI-BREAK
11:30-13:30

Chair: Korina Giaxoglou

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MINI-BREAK
11:00-13:00

11:00-11:20

11:20-11:40

11:40-12:00

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Online Emotion Regulation. Why the kind of


loss does (not) matter in coping in online
bereavement
Katrin Doveling (University of Leipzig)

MINI-BREAK
12:05-12:25

12:25-12:45

We do it to keep him alive: The use of


Facebook in the aftermath of a suicide
Jo Bell (University of Hull) & Louis Bailey
(University of Hull)
Mourning in bits and stone: understanding the
materiality, spatiality and temporality of
digitally augmented memorial sites
Jakob Sabra & H.J. Andersen (Aalborg
University)

12:45-13:05
13:00-14:00

Lunch

Networked empathy and the art of dying. Blogging


with and about cancer
Yvonne Andersson (Stockholm University)

12:10-12:30

Un-controlled presence: post-mortem digital


interaction
Paula Kiel (London School of Economics & Political
Science)
MINI-BREAK

12:35-12:55

RIP Robin Williams - digital memorials as


mediators of a lived life
Anu Harju (Aalto University)

12:55-13:15

A digital archaeology: navigating the post-mortem


Ariana Mouyiaris (Independent Researcher)

13:15-13:35

DISCUSSION

13:35-14:35

Panel Session 2:
Technological developments in the death
industry

The Living Dead? The augmentation of


graveyards, memorials and monuments
Philip Wane (Nottingham Trent University)
Designing for future loss: new digital
memorials in Denmark
Stine Gotved (IT University of Copenhagen)

14:50-15:10

Boarding a new journey


Moran Zur (SafeBeyond)

On Show: Thieves and Swindlers are not allowed in


paradise
Jasmine Johnson
14:35-15:35

Keynote Lecture

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Living Digitally
Wendy Moncur (University of Dundee)
MINI-BREAK

15:35-17:00

Panel Session 4: Digital afterlife and digital


legacy
Chair: Jo Bell

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15:35-15:55

Remains in the System: recounting the lives of


data in mourning
Selina Ellis Gray (Lancaster University)

15:55-16:15

Erasure and the datafied self


Audrey Samson (City University of Hong Kong)

16:15-16:35

The Media End: The Digital Afterlife and the


Ending of Social Media Contours of our Digital
Throwness
Amanda Lagerkvist (Stockholm University)

16:35-17:00

17:00-17:30
15:10-15:30

DISCUSSION

15:30-16:30

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Roundtable Discussion
Digital Death & Legacy: what next?
Vered Shavit (Digital Dust Blogger and
independent researcher)

16:30-17:00

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Performance: Mediumship/Communicating
Tal Alperstein and Maayan Boni (Independent
Artists)

17:00

Reception: Sponsored by SafeBeyond

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On Show: Flying Land


Susana Gmez Larraaga (Independent artist
Conference Dinner
The Grove, Surbiton

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14:20-14:50

19:00

Lunch

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Chair: Anna Haverinen


14:00-14:20

11:50-12:10

DISCUSSION

On Show: An interactive learning tool on


digital remains for the bereavement support
community
Mrna OConnor (University of Nottingham)
14:00-15:30

Discussing death and dying on Facebook while


watching the virtual wake of a stranger
Andria Martins (University of Bath)

Built and received identities in virtual


memorials
Anna Haverinen (University of Turku)
Bereaved parents online grief communities:
de-tabooing practices of grief-ghettos
Ylva Hard (Gothenburg University) Dick
Kasperowski (Gothenburg University) Kjetil
Sandvik (University of Copenhagen) Dorthe
Reflsund Christensen (University of Aarhus)

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11:30-11:50

Panel Session 1:
(Re)mediating death and bereavement
Chair: Stacey Pitsillides

Panel Session 3:
Practices of death, dying and mourning online

DISCUSSION

Closing remarks and next steps

END OF SYMPOSIUM

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