Welcome to Death Salon. We hold events that bring together intellectuals and independent thinkers engaged in the exploration of our shared mortality by sharing knowledge and art. Death is sanitized and hidden in contemporary culture to the point of becoming a taboo subject. We aim to subvert this death denial by opening up conversations with the public about death and its anthropological, historical, and artistic contributions to culture. In the spirit of the 18th-century salon, our curated intellectual gatherings hosted in cities worldwide.

Questions? Email info@deathsalon.org.

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Death Salon Advisory Board

meganrosenbloom.jpgMegan Rosenbloom

[Director and Co-Founder] Medical librarian, Order of the Good Death member, anthropodermic book researcher, co-curator of each Death Salon event. Follow @LibraryatNight

 

SarahChavezSarah Chavez

[Social Media Director] Order of the Good Death Executive Director,       co-founder of Death & The Maiden. Follow @sarah_calavera

 

CaitlinDoughtyCaitlin Doughty

[Co-Founder] Licensed mortician, founder of the Order of the Good Death, NYT bestselling author, host of Ask A Mortician. Follow @TheGoodDeath

 

AngelaHennessyAngela Hennessy

[Arts Advisor] Oakland-based interdisciplinary artist, Associate Professor at California College of the Arts.

 

louisehung-e1516578044284.jpgLouise Hung

[Speaker Liaison] Researcher for Ask a Mortician, writer about death and folklore. Follow @LouiseHung1

 

jilliantullis-e1516578255603.jpgJillian Tullis

[Academic Advisor] Assistant Professor at the University of San Diego, focusing on end-of-life communications. Follow @ProfJillian

 

coreywisler-e1516579073368.jpgCorey Wisler

[Coordinator] Grief support center coordinator with a Master’s in Social Work.

 

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