photo illustrations representing death across cultures

The Course: Expressive Culture of Death

From a new-found obsession with true crime podcasts to mourning rituals across cultures, this class examines the ways in which death captivates our attention.

Expressive Culture of Death is a UNLV course taught by Sheila Bock, a folklorist and assistant professor in UNLV’s interdisciplinary, gender, and ethnic studies department. (Illustration by Becca Schwartz/UNLV)

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