Facilitator, John Troyer

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Dr John Troyer is the Director of the Centre for Death and Society at the University of Bath. He is co-founder of the Death Reference Desk website and the Future Cemetery Project and is a frequent commentator for the BBC.

John’s book is currently out in hardback, Technologies of the Human Corpse (2020).

What we (Should) Have Learned from the AIDS Crisis

We're all going to die, and that's OK

Over My Dead Body with Professor Alice Roberts

The Covid Cataclysm – How do we Grieve for ‘Normal’?

Digital Death, Online Afterlife

The Human Memorial – Tattoos and Grief