The pandemic disrupted not only daily existence but, in its most acute phase, also the traditional customs for commemorating those who lost their lives to Covid. The virus erased the celebration of mourning. In a situation where the obligation to stay at home has prevented vigils and funerals, the Internet has offered alternatives through applications that have been managing the accounts of the deceased for some years now, proposing digital ways of remembering the dead.

Pandemia, imago mortis e sue migrazioni digitali

BALDI ALBERTO
2021

Abstract

The pandemic disrupted not only daily existence but, in its most acute phase, also the traditional customs for commemorating those who lost their lives to Covid. The virus erased the celebration of mourning. In a situation where the obligation to stay at home has prevented vigils and funerals, the Internet has offered alternatives through applications that have been managing the accounts of the deceased for some years now, proposing digital ways of remembering the dead.
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