Thanabotanists seek to understand how humans have used plants (flowers, herbs, spices, seeds, trees, lichen and shrubs) to deal with death, dying and bereavement.
From exploring grave goods to the contents of Victorian kitchen gardens, Thanabotanists are uncovering humanities rituals.
Cole Imperi, CT, a dual-certified thanatologist and public health educator, is assembling a team of committed researchers to further establish the field of Thanabotany.
Follow her work at www.AmericanThanatologist.com.
Interested in contributing to the field of Thanabotany? Connect with Cole via the Contact page on www.AmericanThanatologist.com.