Hilary Geoghegan is an ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Geography at Royal Holloway, University of London. She is cultural geographer with a strong commitment to interdisciplinary and collaborative research. Hilary’s principle research interests relate to geographies of knowledge and ways of knowing, theories of enthusiasm, material culture and museum geography.
“If you can walk down the street and recognise the difference between cast iron and wrought iron, the world is altogether a better place”: Being Enthusiastic about Industrial ArchaeologyArticlesIntroduction: Technology EnthusiasmEnthusiasts are people who have a passion, keenness, dedication or zeal for a particular activity or hobby. Today, there are enthusiasts for almost everything, from genealogy, costume dramas, and country houses, to metal detectors, coin collecting, and...Read more