Psychological Flow and the Numinous Museum Experience Kiersten F. Latham, PhD Assistant Professor, School of Library and Information Science Kent State University Latham working paper
Category: Working Papers
Launched in 2010, the University of Michigan Working Papers in Museum Studies serve as an outlet for museum scholars and professionals and advanced students to report on ongoing research and present new theoretical arguments in a peer-reviewed on-line publication. These papers—which derive from public presentations on the University of Michigan campus, faculty research, and the doctoral project of University of Michigan Museum Studies students—provide an opportunity for MSP to disseminate our distinctive “critical practice” perspective to the larger museum and heritage community through presenting exciting and provocative new scholarship that integrates theory and practice in the study of museums.
In Fall 2015, we launched a new series of working papers: Museum Studies Working Papers: Future Leaders, which features the work of talented U-M undergraduates who have undertaken substantive research on museum and heritage topics.
Managing Michigan’s Underwater Heritage: The Past, Present, and Future of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary
Leah R. Burgin, University of Michigan Download Managing Michigan’s Underwater Heritage: The Past, Present, and Future of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary
Andrew W. Gurstelle, University of Michigan
Christopher Berk, University of Michigan
Sandra Dudley, University of Leicester
Ipek Kaynar Rohloff, Mount Holyoke College