Idrottshistoriska seminariet vid Stockholms universitet | Program, höstterminen 2016

Dr Christiane Eisenberg, Professor vid Centre for British Studies, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Dr Christiane Eisenberg, Professor vid Centre for British Studies, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

2016-09-08  Gästdoktorand Martin Friis Andersen presenterar sin forskning ”Komplekse erindringssteder – Olympiske eksempler på brug af historie i erindringsstedet og stedets betydning for brug af historie”. D900, kl. 13–16.

2016-09-23 Workshop: What did New Public Management do to sport? Obs tid: kl. 10.00–17.00, D900.
• Johan Norberg, MAH, A contract reconsidered? New trends of Governance and NPM in the Swedish governments sport policy.
• Paul Sjöblom, SU, Who’s in charge? Contemporary sport policies in Swedish municipalities – between traditional distribution of public means and resources and strive for increased governance.
• Josef Fahlén & Cecilia Stenling, UMU, The neo-liberal agenda and the quest for self-regulation: Contemporary issues in the governance and organization of Swedish club sport.
• Christiane Eisenberg, Humboldt-Universität How it all began: Causes and consequences of the public management of sport in 18th c. Britain.
• Christopher Mackintosh, MMU Business School, Manchester, New Public Management regimes, narratives and interpretations: The case of English sport policy
• Simon Martin, British School at Rome/University of Hertfordshire, UK

2016-09-26 Chris Young, Cambridge University, presenterar sin forskning om Weimartidens sportjournalistik. Kommentator: Tim Müller, Hamburger Institut für Sozialforschung. Sammarbete mellan Idrottshistoriska och Modernhistoriska seminariet. Obs dag: Måndag kl. 13–14, D900

2016-10-06 Magnus Kilger, BUV, presenterar sin pågående forskning ”Berättelsen om den   svenska idrottsmodellen: Att konstruera legitimitet för talangurval”. Kl.13-15

2016-11-16 Joacim Larsson Von Garaguly, handelshögskolan, presenterar sin forskning om  Vasaloppets kommersialisering och professionalisering. Kl. 14-16

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