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    Coda: posthumous conversations. A reading group to discuss the work of Dr Elee Kirk

    Hackett, AC, MacRae, C, McCall, K, Penfold, L, Wallis, N, Bates, E and Cooke, L (2018) Coda: posthumous conversations. A reading group to discuss the work of Dr Elee Kirk. Children's Geographies, 16 (5). pp. 571-577. ISSN 1473-3285

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    Abstract

    In May 2017, a group of museum researchers and practitioners met to discuss the writing of Elee Kirk (1977–2016), whose pioneering doctoral study of young children visiting a natural history museum connects with our own work and practice in a number of different ways. Kirk [2015. “Budding Photographers: Young Children’s Digital Photography in a Museum.” In Museums and Visitor Photography: Redefining the Visitor Experience, edited by T. Stylianou-Lambert. MuseumsEtc] advocates for research that views children’s everyday museum visiting ‘beyond their potential for learning’ (p. 238). This paper offers edited transcripts of the discussion sparked by reading Kirk [2015. “Budding Photographers: Young Children’s Digital Photography in a Museum.” In Museums and Visitor Photography: Redefining the Visitor Experience, edited by T. Stylianou-Lambert. MuseumsEtc], documenting the conversation under a number of themes that emerged during the discussion, and reflecting on how each are picked up in more detail by the papers in this Special Issue.

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