Call for Papers | The British Society of Sports History Annual Conference, University of Worcester, 1–2 September 2017. Call ends June 1, 2017
In keeping with the intention to foster broad debate, and productive and engaging dialogue, this is an open-themed conference and the organisers welcome a wider array on relevant historical contributions. BSSH and the local organizer as particularly keen this year to support Post-Graduate and Early-Career Researchers who are willing to present their research.
Call for Papers | “Reinforcing, Crossing, and Transcending Borders: Soccer in a Globalized World” | International conference, September 4–5 2017, Athens, Greece. Call ends May 20, 2017
Referred to as the global game and embodying many different aspects of globalization, soccer has increasingly become the focus of scholarly research, the topic of media inquiry and the subject of creative work looking to understand the sport from both a local and a global perspective.
Call for Papers | “Sport, Dictatorship and Fascism” | International Conference, June 20–21 2017, Lisbon, Portugal. Call ends April 30, 2017
The Institute for Contemporary History at University Nova of Lisbon is organizing a conference dedicated to the relationship between sport, dictatorship and fascism in 20th century southern Europe. The common Catholic matrix, the authoritarian past and the intense cultural relations of Italy, Spain and Portugal makes an interesting case study.
Call for papers | ISLJ Annual Conference on International Sports Law | 26–27 October, 2017, T.M.C. Asser Institute, The Hague. Call ends 15 May, 2017
The editorial board of the International Sports Law Journal (ISLJ) is very pleased to invite you to submit abstracts for its first Annual Conference on International Sports Law. The ISLJ, published by Springer in collaboration with ASSER Press, is the leading publication in the field of international sports law. Its readership includes both academics and many practitioners active in the field.
Call for Papers | London, Rio, Tokyo Olympics Symposium | Goldsmiths, University of London, 8-10th June 2017. Call ends April 30, 2017
In this symposium, we will investigate the changes accompanying the 2012 London Olympics, the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics and the preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The meeting will focus on existing research and interventions concerning the ways that global events have been accompanied by urban transformations and new forms of social (dis)advantage and exclusions.
Call for Papers | Politics and Policy of Sport and Recreation | University of Lodz, Poland, 20–22 September, 2017. Call ends April 15, 2017
In recent years various aspects of sport politics and policies have been discussed in vivid public debates and approached by researchers from all around the globe. The conference will provide a forum for wide-ranging and interdisciplinary debate concerning all issues referring to the topic of sport politics and policies from a variety of academic fields.
Call for Papers | “Olympic Winter Games and Legacy” | 9th International Sport Business Symposium, Chuncheon, Korea, during the XXIII. Olympic Winter Games, February 2018. Call ends April 15th, 2017
This call for abstracts is directed to researchers of all disciplines. The 9th International Sport Business Symposium calls for research papers directly related to the business of the Olympic Games; the upcoming 2018 Olympic Winter Games, as well as prior and future Olympic, Youth, and Paralympic Games.
Call for Papers | ENSE Sport Summit 2017 | September 12-14 2017, Aarhus University. Call ends June 1, 2017
2017 marks Aarhus as European Capital of Culture. In conjunction with Aarhus University and ENSE we are celebrating this milestone bringing universities, institutions and organizations involved in physical education, sport science and leisure sports together. It is with great pleasure to invite you to this international conference where information, research, physical education and projects are presented.
Call for Papers | “Places, Events and Sport: Going for Gold” | SMAANZ 2017, Griffith University, Nov. 29 – Dec. 1. Call ends June 12
The SMAANTZ 2017 Conference will be hosted by Griffith University on the Gold Coast, and will be a multidisciplinary conference targeting innovative and thought-provoking research on a broad range of sport management topics, including the management, marketing, impacts, and governance of sport, sport events, and sport facilities at all levels.