Can a Tribute Album to a Fallen Artist Help Us Heal?
Reflections on suicide, survival, and the new tribute album to Scott Hutchison.
Why the Notre Dame Fire Is a Loss of Collective Memory
An art historian and theorist explains how places become invested with cultural meaning and memory, and what happens when we lose them.
Viewfinder: A Remembrance Service for the Christchurch Victims
Guests and members of the public look on during a National Remembrance Service at Waitangi Park on March 29th, 2019, in Wellington, New Zealand.
A Week of Mourning After the Christchurch Shootings (in Photos)
Communities across continents held vigils, protests, moments of silence, and prayer services.
Viewfinder: Mourning the Victims of a Shooting in France
A man lights candles at a vigil on December 13th, 2018, in memory of the victims of an attack near the Christmas market of Strasbourg in France.
Brazilians Mourn the Tragic Death of Marielle Franco
The feminist advocate and city council member was gunned down after mediating a debate about women's rights.
You Don't Actually Need to Bury the Dead Immediately After an Earthquake
In fact, it may be healthy not to.
Grief: Reframing the Way We Think About Love and Loss
It’s not exactly true that everyone grieves in their own way. It’s a universal experience, which is good, because that can help us to better understand the mourning among us.