This paper focuses on a little discussed but important dimension of migrant and minority experiences in England and Wales: cemetery and crematoria provision. Based on extensive research with local communities and service providers in four case study towns, this paper explores the varied cultural and religious funerary needs in England and Wales, the associated challenges and the ways in which both communities and service providers (e.g. cemetery managers, town planners and funeral directors) respond to them.
|Translated title of the contribution||Deathscapes and Diversity in England and Wales: setting an agenda|
|Journal||REVISTA D’ETNOLOGIA DE CATALUNYA|
|Publication status||Published - 31 Dec 2018|