Near Death Experiences and Exploring Death on St Valentine’s @ Wellcome Collection

Wellcome Collection is doing this great exhibition on death until end of February.

The event on February 7th looks very good. Here is a short info.

Neuropsychiatrist Dr Peter Fenwick will be giving a free tour of the Death exhibition next Thursday 7 February at 5pm. Dr Fenwick is an expert on Near Death Experiences and End of Life Experiences, and has published two books, ‘The Art of Dying: A journey to elsewhere’ and ‘The Truth in the Light’ an investigation of over 300 Near Death Experiences. There is no need to book (though spaces are limited). Just meet your guide beside the Information Desk on the ground floor.

Common, this is too good to miss. Another event – on February 14th, yes, St Valentine’s day, sounds more mysterious, yet very timely – what a better way to celebrate! Here is a snapshot of what’s coming.

Expert on the geographies of death in the tourism industry, Tony Johnston, will be giving a free tour of the Death exhibition Thursday, 14 February at 7pm. Tony is a lecturer at the University of Derby and has published on the consumption of death in the travel literature of Mark Twain and the more recent commodification of death in the countries of the former Yugoslavia. There is no need to book (though spaces are limited). Just meet your guide beside the Information Desk on the ground floor.

What is ‘geographies of death’ and ‘consumption of death’ exactly? There is only one way to find out… See you there!

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