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Wednesday 13th May 2020

Cancelled: Gender + Grief / Grief in Afro-Caribbean Culture

— Uni of Bristol (Humanities Lecture Theatre, 7 Woodland Rd)
Gender + Grief / Grief in Afro-Caribbean Culture
time:15:00
price: Headfirst Tickets

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This event is part of Good Grief Bristol, A Festival of Love and Loss. 11-17 May 2020 (https://goodgriefbristol.com/).
This session will cover two topics.

1) Gender and Grief, with Dr Mark Taubert

In 'Gender and Grief', palliative medicine doctor Dr Mark Taubert will draw on his personal observations from years of clinical practice to discuss types of grief. Psychologists suggest that over forty different factors form a complex network for each unique grieving episode, and that an individual’s grief process is as unique as their finger-print on the spectrum between intuitive and instrumental grief. Mark will explore how grief is influenced by gender, rather than determined by it.

2) Grief in Afro-Caribbean Communities, with Anndeloris Chacon

The second session will consider grief in Afro-Caribbean communities. It will be presented by Anndeloris Chacon, from the Bristol Black Carers charity. Anndeloris will draw on her decades of experience working with and supporting Afro-Caribbean communities in Bristol to explore grief in other cultures.

(Photo from Charlie Phillips' photographs which chart the rituals and changes in Afro-Caribbean funerals in London since the Windrush Generation.)

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Concessions are available for those under 18; aged 65 or older; students with valid ID; unwaged people; and people with disabilities. Registered carers are free when accompanying a ticket holder (please contact Good Grief to arrange).

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Gender + Grief / Grief in Afro-Caribbean Culture at Uni of Bristol (Humanities Lecture Theatre, 7 Woodland Rd) in Bristol
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