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2017

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Grainger, Hilary J (2017) Green is the New Black’: Sustainability in Contemporary UK Crematorium Design. In: Nordic Georgraphers Meeting, 18 - 21 June 2017, Stockholm, Sweden. Item availablity restricted.

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Jupp, Peter and Davies, Douglas J and Grainger, Hilary J and Raeburn, Gordon D and White, Stephen R G (2017) Cremation in Modern Scotland: History, Architecture and the Law. John Donald an imprint of Birlinn Ltd, Edinburgh, Scotland. ISBN 978 1 906566 79 1

2016

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Grainger, Hilary J (2016) ‘More trouble than Coventry Cathedral’: The Architectural Identity of Mortonhall Crematorium, Edinburgh 1961-67. In: Death and Identity in Scotland From the Medieval to the Modern, 29 - 31 January 2016, New College, University of Edinburgh. Item availablity restricted.

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Grainger, Hilary J (2016) Designs on Death: The Architecture of Scottish Crematoria 1895 -1955. In: Death in Modern Scotland 1855 - 1955. Studies in the History and Culture of Scotland, 6 (6). Peter Lang, Bern, pp. 241-264. ISBN 978 3 0343 1821 1

2015

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Grainger, Hilary J (2015) Invisible Landmarks: The Architecture of Crematoria in the North East. In: Landmarks 2015: Heritage and History Conference, October 15 & 26 2015, Middlesbrough. Item availablity restricted.

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Grainger, Hilary J and Jupp, Peter C (2015) Our Ashes Glow with Social Fires’: The Heroic Age of Scottish Crematoria 1955 -1975. In: 12th International Death, Dying and Disposal Conference (DDD12), 2nd - 5th September 2015, Alba Iulia Romania. Item availablity restricted.

2014

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Grainger, Hilary J (2014) Private Perspectives: The Architecture and Design of Scottish Crematoria 1975-2011. In: Death in Scotland, from the medieval to the modern:beliefs, attitudes and pracitces., 31 January - 2 February 2014, New College, University of Edinburgh, Scotland. Item availablity restricted.

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