Related Articles by Sarah Murray

 
- Colorful Coffins and Funerals to Die For: What explains our constantly evolving rituals for the dead? The Wall Street Journal, October 28, 2011

 
- Death Becomes Her: Q&A with author and death ritual chronicler Sarah Murray, OnEarth, October 20, 2011

 
- Dignifying their Departures: An inventor seeks to give poor countries and disaster victims affordable, environmentally friendly burial options, OnEarth, October 20, 2011

 
- When mourning goes viral: The 2.5 million tweets after Steve Jobs’ death prove just how profoundly social media have transformed mourning, Salon.com, October 8, 2011

 
- Death becomes us: The impulse to invest significance in the bodies of the dead has usually been a religious one. Yet even my atheist father cared about the treatment of his remains, says Sarah Murray, Prospect magazine, September 21, 2011

 

Financial Times

 
- In the living room: a sofa to die for, Financial Times, September 18, 2011
 
- Funeral directors box clever: Undertakers are turning to business education as they adapt to 21st century demands, writes Sarah Murray, Financial Times, July 11, 2011
 

The-Guardian

- The rise of women undertakers, The Guardian, June 23, 2011
 

- Death and Art, Asian Art, June 2011