I consider the importance of emigrants’ material reciprocity and sensory involvement with the dead, contrasting these with morgue and mortuary protocols resting on a Christian understanding of spirit and flesh as radically separate. I explore how emigrants’ mourning is foreclosed by practices that presume a purely symbolic relation with the dead.
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