History - Victorian Rituals of Death and Mourning, 1 day course
Exploring the way in which death and mourning were part of everyday life in Victorian England.
Course aims and areasDeath and mourning were part of everyday life in Victorian England. Death played an intricate and symbolic role. Mourning was filled with ritual and lasted a long time - two years for a widow - and spawned much industry in the way of clothing, jewellery, teapots, stationery and everything associated with undertaking.
Illustrated with PowerPoint slideshows – plus a rare opportunity to view short black and white film “Dido’s Lament: Victorian Rituals of Death and Mourning”, screened in 2014.
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