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Clare Wilkinson and Emma Weitkamp

(this ceased to be commonplace by the end of the eighteenth century), this allowed for the sharing of ideas across national boundaries (Knight, 2009 ). Early modern universities were home to the discussion of certain specific liberal subjects, and so those developing a passion for the exploration of other fields (including the sciences) did not necessarily find a welcome home within such formalised settings. Developing one’s research interests was not always reliant on a refined education; instead, the collision of individual passions, interests and hobbies often

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