Hello, and welcome to the Season 2, Episode 03 of the Bones & Bobbins Podcast!
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The Bones & Bobbins Podcast, Season 2, Episode 03: A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words, but Jewelry Keeps Talking Forever
S02E03: Post-mortem photography and mourning jewelry: It’s not all sunshine and hair locks, my friends.
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Here are links to the sources and resources we used while researching this episode:
Links to research materials:
- Recreating 19th Century Death & Mourning Photographs from Caitlin Doughty’s Ask a Mortician: https://youtu.be/g7SPbfK0EOg
- The Unpleasant Duty: An Introduction to Postmortem Photography from Kelly Christian from The Order of the Good Death: http://www.orderofthegooddeath.com/unpleasant-duty-introduction-postmortem-photography (This link also contains links to even more sources!)
- Beyond the Dark Veil: Post Mortem & Mourning Photography from the Thanatos Archive: https://store.thanatos.net/collections/beyond-the-dark-veil/btdv
- The Thanatos Archive: https://thanatos.net/preview/
- The Thanatos Archive Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thanatos.archive/
- GIA Article: https://4cs.gia.edu/en-us/blog/antique-victorian-era-mourning-jewelry/
- The Art of Mourning Web Site: https://artofmourning.com/
- Stacy Fay Designs: https://staceyfaydesigns.com/blogs/stacey-fay-designs/what-is-mourning-jewelry
- Psychology Today Article: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/understanding-grief/201812/death-and-mourning-practices-in-the-victorian-age
Further Reading:Nothing to see this time!