In a Nutshell, ep. 13: A Different Death with Iline Ceelen

02 apr 2024 ,

In the Vox podcast In a Nutshell, hosts Jara Majerus and Antonia Leise take a deep dive into the university's most interesting, strange, and exciting research. Every two weeks, they invite Radboud researchers to talk about their favourite topics – explained in bite-sized episodes. In today's episode, Jara is talking to Iline Ceelen about one of life's biggest mysteries: death.

Why do we need to talk about death? How can we relearn to think of dying differently? And why do music and tattoos help in processing the death of a loved one?

In the thirteenth episode of In a Nutshell, we stare death in the face. Together with this week’s guest, Iline Ceelen, we will explore our perception of death, talk about last parties and walks, and, in the meantime, gain some engaging bits of wisdom about life.

Iline Ceelen is a PhD candidate in Comparative Religious Studies at the Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies. She has always pondered life’s greatest mysteries. After exploring the topic of birth through her work as a midwife, she now is facing the topic of death. Iline’s work has taught her valuable insights into life that she passes on to her audience.

Do you want to know more about euthanasia? Follow Iline’s tip and read What Kind of Death by Govert den Hartogh.

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