A primary text for undergraduate courses on the philosophy of death and dying is forthcoming by Routledge Press. Exploring the Philosophy of Death: Classical and Contemporary Perspective, co-edited by Travis Timmerman, uses classic texts and contemporary contributions to investigate central questions within the philosophy of death literature. Chapters authored by Romanell Center Fellows include:
"Death Is Bad for Us When We're Dead.” by Neil Feit (SUNY Fredonia).
“Can We Survive our Deaths?” by Rose Hershenov and David Hershenov (University at Buffalo).
“The Possibility of Suicide.” by Philip Reed (Canisius College).
"Refuting Symmetry Arguments." by Travis Timmerman (Seton Hall University).