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The Order of the Good Death

The Order of the Good Death is a Caitlin Doughty.[1][2][3]

Other members include artist and monument-maker

  • Official website

External links

  1. ^ Coye, Dale F. (2014), Seven Sacraments for Everyone, FriesenPress, p. 199,  
  2. ^ a b Kim O'Connor (May 16, 2013), "The Death-Positive Movement",  
  3. ^ Washburn, Michael (March–April 2013), "Decomposure", University of Chicago Magazine ( 
  4. ^  
  5. ^ Kiley, Brendan (September 17, 2014), "It's Time to Think About Your Demise; An Interview with Caitlin Doughty, Author of Smoke Gets in Your Eyes and Doyenne of Death",  
  6. ^ Kiley, Brendan (September 17, 2014), "Enough Talk About Your Youth—Let's Talk About Your Death: Seattle Is at the Forefront of Innovative Thinking About What to Do with Dead Bodies",  
  7. ^ Damon Sayles, ed. (December 16, 2014), "Hot topics: Hey funeral directors, move out of the way!", Funeral Home and Cemetery Executive Briefing, retrieved 2014-12-26 
  8. ^ Members: Death Professionals, The Order of the Good Death, retrieved 2014-12-26 
  9. ^ Natalie Pompilio (November 16, 2013), The Order of the Good Death,  
  10. ^ Hayasaki, Erika (October 25, 2013), """Death Is Having a Moment—Fueled by social networking, the growing "death movement" is a reaction against the sanitization of death that has persisted in American culture since the 1800s,  
  11. ^ Courtland, Emma (May 14, 2014), "Caitlin Doughty: The Millennial's Mortician",  
  12. ^ Carolyn Kellogg (October 19, 2013), "It's not too late to get to the Death Salon",  
  13. ^ Death Salon, The Order of the Good Death, retrieved 2014-12-27 
  14. ^ Adam Sherwin (April 11, 2014), "To die for: Death Salon mortality conference - the event meant to help you go out with a bang",  
  15. ^ About us, The Order of the Good Death, retrieved 2014-12-27, The Order was inspired by several historical concepts of the good death, including the medieval Ars Moriendi (Art of Dying) and the Tibetan Bardo Thodol. The name itself is taken from the 19th century Brazilian sisterhood of African slaves, Irmandade da Nossa Senhora da Boa Morte, or, Sisterhood of Our Lady of the Good Death. 

References

The group took its name from the Brazilian Order of Our Lady of the Good Death.[15]

The group held its first "death salon" in Los Angeles in 2013.[10][2][11][12][13] Another salon was held in 2014 at St Bartholomew's Hospital Pathology Museum in London by museum curator and Order member Carla Valentine.[14]

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