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Call for Editors and Writers | Research in the Sociology of Sport | Book Series from Emerald Publishing
Research in the Sociology of Sport (RSS) reflects the current themes in the sociology of sport and also captures innovative trends as they emerge in the work of scholars across the globe. The series brings together research from experts on established topics whilst also directing attention to themes that are at the ’cutting-edge' of this sub-discipline.
Call for Book Proposals | Video Games and the Humanities, a new book series from De Gruyter Oldenbourg
This series seeks to reconnect media-centric Game Studies to the disciplines it had to distance itself from in its foundation, such as literary studies or film studies, in an attempt to use their differences and contact zones in a mutually productive dialogue. In this endeavor, the series is committed to a decidedly global scope as it assembles perspectives from different cultural and academic contexts.
Call for Manuscripts | “Global Intersectionality of Education, Sports, Race, and Gender” – a new book series from Pater Lang Publishing
The books in this series will examine our understanding of race, gender, and the role education is playing in assisting in the global institutionalization of these social constructions. The goal of this series is to inform sport enthusiasts, college students, social justice oriented educators and researchers, policy makers, and other stakeholders about the role sport has in contributing to informing cultural ideology.
This series publishes monographs, edited collections and reprints of classic studies on the history and the contemporary role of sport, primarily in Britain and Europe but including other parts of the world. The editors wish to make available the very best of recent doctoral and post-doctoral work in the subject area whilst also looking to established scholars for major new books or collections of articles.
The editors of the Rowman & Littlefield Sports Icons and Issues in Popular Culture Series are currently accepting proposals for volumes focused on sports stars and how they reflect and influence not only their sport, but also broader popular culture.
The Studies in Philosophy of Sport series from Lexington Books encourages scholars from all disciplines to inquire into the nature, importance, and qualities of sport and related activities.
Please click the thumbnail image below to access a pdf document with a call for proposals for the new book series published by Palgrave MacMillan, "Mega Event Planning." For any queries please write to Eva Kassens-Noor, Assistant Professor at the School of Planning, Design, and Construction (Michigan State University). Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org We hope this announcement meets your interest.