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Call for Papers | “Building bodies: Gendered Sport and Transnational Movements”. Yearbook of Women’s History 2018. Call ends October 2, 2017

The 2018 Yearbook of Women’s History will focus on the making of ‘the sporting body’ as a concept full of ambiguous cultural meanings and impact, and invites papers which discuss the historical formation, transformation and impact of gendered discourses, representations and practices within sport and physical culture.

Idrottshistoriska seminariet vid Stockholms universitet | Program, höstterminen 2017

Idrottshistoriska seminariet äger rum i seminarierummet 900, Hus D, våning 9, Stockholms universitet, vid fem tillfällen under höstterminen 2017.

Forskarprofil | Stefan Brodin, Uppsala universitet

Befattning Master i historia, särskilt idrottshistoria vid Uppsala universitet Adress Österbylevägen 23 A 18773 Täby, Tel: 0702443351 E-mail Forskningsinriktning Idrottshistoria Pågående projekt Landskapens idrottshistoriska utveckling När idrotten kom till Jämtland. Idrott i offentlighetens…

Kinesiology Review, Volume 6, 2017, Issue 3

The mission of Kinesiology Review is to advance the field of Kinesiology by publishing evaluative, insightful, and integrative scholarly reviews of kinesiology research, both basic and applied. Kinesiology Review encourages the submission of critical reviews, analysis of significant issues, position papers, and synthesis articles pertinent to kinesiology.

Sport History Review, Volume 48, 2017, Issue 1

Sport History Review encourages the submission of scholarly articles, methodological and research notes, and commentaries. Because young scholars are critically important to the development of any discipline, SHR encourages graduate students and young professionals to submit their work for publication.

Kinesiology Review, Volume 6, 2017, Issue 2

The mission of Kinesiology Review is to advance the field of Kinesiology by publishing evaluative, insightful, and integrative scholarly reviews of kinesiology research, both basic and applied. Kinesiology Review encourages the submission of critical reviews, analysis of significant issues, position papers, and synthesis articles pertinent to kinesiology.

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 | “Innovative Historical Work on Women and Physical Culture Practices” | Special issue of The International Journal of the History of Sport. Call ends July 1, 2017

This call for papers focuses on innovative historical work on women and physical culture practices. Since the 1970s, there has been an increase in research and scholarship devoted to the topic. The editors encourage the submission of papers on the theme of women and physical culture practices from a range of temporal, geographic, methodological and thematic perspectives.

Idrottshistoriska seminariet vid Stockholms universitet, vårterminen 2017

Denna termin har idrottshistoriska seminariet en ”arbetsinriktad” profil. Det betyder att vi ägnar oss åt strategi och planering, åt utveckling av nya forskningsidéer samt fördjupning och uppföljning av redan initierade processer och pågående forskning. Alla ni ”externa” gäster är förstås fortsatt mycket välkomna att delta på alla seminarier.

Call for Papers | Gender Discourses, Heroes, Sport Nationalisms, and Scandals: The Public Perception of Soccer in the 19th and 20th Centuries. Call ends April 15, 2017

Modern soccer developed in 19th century Britain, but became one of the globally most popular sports in the 20th century, especially since it provided a politically and economically extraordinary impact. These positions were controversially discussed in the press, especially the last FIFA scandals, related to the World Cups in Russia (2018) and Qatar (2022).