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Science at the Seaside - Research dissemination through conference papers, public talks & an article (Contextualising information)

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posted on 10.03.2021, 18:40 by Kyriaki Hadjiafxendi
Science at the Seaside is a collaboration between Ilfracombe Museum, Bath Spa University and the University of Exeter, which proposes a new and original understanding of the interlinked growth of popular science and coastal tourism during the Victorian period, with the different outputs producing original insights into the Victorian fascination with natural history.

This item contains documentation of various talks and presentations by the researcher, related to the overall research.

1) Document by Dr Hadjiafxendi detailing a list of conferences and paper abstracts
2) British Association for Victorian Studies (BAVS) Annual Conference leaflet (University of Exeter, 29th-31st August 2018)
[Dr Kyriaki Hadjiafxendi's session on page 21]
BAVS 2018 Annual Conference leaflet and schedule created by and courtesy of Kate Newey, Patricia Zakreski, and the BAVS 2018 conference organisation team. Used with permission.
3) BAVS 2018 abbreviated schedule
4) Ocean Matters symposium schedule, Bristol Aquarium, (26-27 May 2018)
Seahorse artwork by Rachel Falber, donated for use by the Symposium.
5) North American Victorian Studies Association (NAVSA) Conference leaflet (Banff, Alberta, Canada, 15-18 November 2017)
[Dr Hadjiafxendi's session on page 23]
Courtesy of North American Victorian Studies Association. Used with permission.
6) North American Victorian Studies Association (NAVSA) Conference schedule (Banff, Alberta, Canada, 15-18 November 2017)
[Dr Hadjiafxendi's session on page 10]
Courtesy of North American Victorian Studies Association. Used with permission.
7) Landscaping Change conference leaflet (Bath Spa University, Newton Park Campus. 29th – 31st March 2016). Conference organiser and leaflet designer, Samantha Walton. Used with permission.
[Dr Hadjiafxendi's session on page 5]
8) 'Discoveries on the shore' article in Primary Teacher Update
[Accepted Manuscript version]

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