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Call for Papers | The British Society of Sports History Annual Conference 2019 | Liverpool Hope University, September 6–7, 2019. Call ends June 1, 2019
This is an open themed conference. Submissions based on original research are welcomed from UK and overseas scholars and can relate to any aspect of sport, physical recreation, education and culture as considered from an historical perspective. Please note all presenters must be BSSH members. Membership can be taken up at the time of registration.
Call for Papers | The British Society of Sports History 2018 Annual Conference | University of Westminster, September 7–8, 2018. Call ends June 1, 2018
This is an open themed conference. Submissions based on original research are welcomed from UK and overseas scholars and can relate to any aspect of sport, physical recreation, education and culture as considered from an historical perspective.
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 | British Society of Sports History Conference 2016 | Friday, 2 September and Saturday, 3 September 2016, University of Edinburgh, Moray House School of Education
This is an open call on any topic relating to the history of sport and related fields, with a broad geographic focus. Proposals for twenty-minute papers should be submitted by 15 May 2016. Proposals should be a maximum of 200 words long. Registration will be open 1 April. The draft conference programme will be announced by the end of May.
Call for Papers | Histories of Cross-Border Sport in Scotland and England | Robert Burns Centre, Dumfries, Saturday, 17 October 2015
The British Society of Sports History, Scottish Network, is pleased to invite you to ‘Histories of Cross-Border Sport in Scotland and England’, our annual one-day symposium, this year at the Robert Burns Centre in Dumfries. Suggested paper topics might include (but are not limited to): The South of Scotland, the North of England, and civic, ‘regional’, and ‘national’ identities Sport, gender, and...
The purpose of this research meeting is to pull together recent thinking from visual studies and leisure history to better understand relationships between the two fields. Papers are invited to discuss some or all of the following: Leisure in fine art News photography and leisure Television and the framing of leisure Leisure on the cinema screen New media and leisure Comics and graphic novels and...
As always, we have an eclectic programme in store, taking in Irish nationalism and Gaelic sports in Britain; Soviet sport and the fall of communism; local studies in leisure, religion and associational culture; British musical countercultures and subcultures; and Britpop nostalgia in the 21st century.
Call for Papers | British Society of Sports History Conference 2015 | Swansea University, 2–4 September 2015
The BSSH has members across the world, and we welcome anyone with an interest in the history of sport to our website and hope the material here is both interesting and useful for you. We are committed to sharing ideas, information and a passion for the study of the history of sport.
The Sport and Leisure History Seminar is organised by the London Branch of the BSSH South Network. The seminars take place in the Olga Crisp Room (102) of the Institute of Historical Research (Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU) at 5:15 PM on Mondays fortnightly.
The British Society of Sports History is pleased to announce that the Annual Conference will be held at Leeds Metropolitan University, Friday 5 – Saturday 6 September, 2014. Confirmed Keynote Speakers: Professor Patricia Vertinsky, The Derek Birley Memorial Lecture, Professor Kevin Jefferys, The Lord Aberdare Prize Lecture. Papers are welcomed on all themes related to sport history and physical recreation....
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