English football

HRF 063 | Culture of mourning in football – ENGLISH FOOTBALL

by: Adam Smith

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… in conversation with Carmen

Grief in football, actually so obvious and yet it is always only one topic for an occasion. Rarely the big picture in view. Carmen, on the other hand, has found her own approach to this subject. Even the entry into the episode is very personal. As is so often the case in her life, she only found her vocation later, saddled up and now works as a funeral attendant. In addition, she has launched the project “Mourning and Football”. She gives lectures on the subject, writes texts and recently has her own column in the “Zeitspiel” magazine.

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The website of Carmen, Project Grief and Football on Twitter

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Links to the broadcast

Federal Association of Orphaned Parents and Grieving Siblings in Germany
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www.veid.de

Research project at the University of Passau Torsten Benkel and Matthias Meitzler

All the literature I mentioned:

A small summary of the scientific work in the
120minutes:
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In the footsteps of English football’s memorial culture – impressions from
London at the 120minutes:

All dates for lectures 2019 and 2020

St. Depri

Podcast Millernton about St. Depri

Grieving fathers in England:

Fanzine “View over the Lahmann Hill”

https://hörfehler.org/2018/11/15/hrf-01-im-gespraech-mit-torsten-bunde/

Martin Willig, fan project Waldhof Mannheim
https://hörfehler.org/2019/01/06/hrf-034-im-gespraech-mit-martin-willig/

Last minute in the time game

Altona 93 Fanzine