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JASNC Event with Duke Cultural Anthropologist Dr Anne Allison - Shared screen with speaker view
Gennifer Weisenfeld, Ph.D.
01:12:58
There is a big shift in global burial culture in relation to environmentalism. Is this more eco-friendly? Does it reflect any of those concerns?
Gennifer Weisenfeld, Ph.D.
01:16:32
Fear of being a hungry ghost?
Sayoko Kawabata
01:18:29
I agree! I feel we have an embodied spirituality if that makes sense!
Gennifer Weisenfeld, Ph.D.
01:19:00
Does Japan have any kind of financial annuity system to address this? Care in perpetuity
Gennifer Weisenfeld, Ph.D.
01:20:22
thanks
hughrobertson
01:22:29
Have the “New Religions” come up with any innovations?
Gennifer Weisenfeld, Ph.D.
01:29:44
https://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/body-farm-20th-anniversary-032019
Sayoko Kawabata
01:29:52
I was really interested in this talk as an unmarried PhD student in NC in my 40s… my parents are enthusiastically doing “Shukatsu” (but not going to workshops) both being the youngest out of their siblings and not wanting to be a burden to their daughters and grand children… we haven’t been able to have the hard talk of whether to build a grave or not
Hiba Ahmed
01:34:43
Shukhran Dr. Allison for giving us so much more to think about regarding this topic!
Stones
01:34:51
Thank you so much for the presentation and thoughtful questions/discussion
Sayoko Kawabata
01:35:08
Thank you! It was great!!
Gennifer Weisenfeld, Ph.D.
01:35:10
Fantastic topic and presentation!
Anne Allison
01:35:26
Thank you all!
Chiyoko Lord
01:36:26
Thank you for joining us!