Kyoko “Claire” Murata, who earned her M.A. in 2004 and is a Senior Administrative Coordinator in the departments of Religious Studies and Philosophy, has recently published a chapter entitled “Grieving Tradition in a New Land: Hindu Death and Dying Rituals in America” in vol. 3 of the Religion, Death, and Dying series, edited by Lucy Bregman and published by ABC-CLIO. This particular volume in the series focuses on Bereavement and Death Rituals.
Claire’s master’s thesis focused on Hindu death rituals and traditions in metropolitan Atlanta, so this publication builds on her previous research.
You can find all three volumes of the Religion, Death, and Dying series in the GIL Online Catalog. From the GSU Library home page, just click on Find Books & More.