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Clare Wilkinson and Emma Weitkamp

Institution’s somewhat formal ‘Friday Evening Discourses’ was seen as a prestigious accolade (Knight, 2006 ) from the nineteenth century onwards, and those growing in professional reputation began to question how such public but increasingly professional groupings might come to influence professional identity. Spending one’s time drawing amusement was seen to require an intellectual purpose (Riskin, 2008 ), and a widening middle class was keen to pursue these new opportunities to develop knowledge (Stafford, 1994 ), embodying not only a redistribution of access to

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