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Call for Papers | 2023 National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education (NAKHE) Annual Conference | January 4–7, 2023, New Orleans, LA | Call ends August 1, 2022
The National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education (NAKHE) is now accepting proposals for the 2023 Annual Conference to be held January 4–7, 2023, at the Intercontinental Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana. The conference theme of “Connections: Leading for Good in a Post-Pandemic World” sets the stage for reconnection and reflection on lessons learned, challenges overcome, and opportunities discovered through the events of the recent past.
Endagskonferens om idrott, social utsatthet och integration | Platinum Cars Arena, Norrköping, tisdag den 27 september 2022, kl 10:00–16:30. Anmälan senast den 13/9 2022
Vad betyder idrotten för dagens samhälle? Hur kan idrott förstås i relation till social utsatthet och bidra till att skapa integration? Vi bjuder in till en unik konferens som fokuserar på samverkan och tvärsektoriellt kunskapsutbyte. Konferensen utgör ett forum för ömsesidigt lärande och spridning av idéer, kunskap och inspiration. Konferensen ger konkreta bidrag och exempel på hur olika organisationer och aktörer kan arbeta med att utveckla idrott i och för dagens samhälle!
Call for Participation | Women in a Digitized Sports Culture: Women Coaches and Referees | Seminar, June 23, 2022, Bodø, Norway | Call ends June 18, 2022
The Nordic Research Network Women in a Digitized Sports Culture would like to invite you to a one day seminar on women coaches and referees. The seminar includes presentations by internationally renowned experts on women coaches and referees and will provide an arena for engagement between scholars and sports practitioners on the topic of technology and gender equity in coaching and refereeing.
Call for Papers | The Third Global Congress on Sport and Christianity (3GCSC) | Ridley Hall, Cambridge UK, August 18–21, 2022. Call ends July 1, 2022
Submissions on sport and Christianity, in all of its forms, are invited from scholars across a range of related disciplines (i.e., theology, religious studies, kinesiology, psychology, history, philosophy, ancient and modern languages, literature, anthropology, sociology, cultural studies, economics, and business) and from practitioners in fields such as: sports ministry and mission, sports chaplaincy, counselling, social work, and pedagogy/coaching.
Call for Papers | “Sport Education in a Changing World”, 16th Forum of the European Network of Sport Education (ENSE) | Tempo Livre, Guimaraes, Portugal, September 22–23, 2022. Call...
The presence of significant global challenges defines our current era. Climate change, globalization, social segregation and the Covid-19 pandemic have exposed many of the faultlines in European and worldwide society. The 16th ENSE Forum in Guimaraes will focus on the role of sport, and in particular programmes and policies for the education of sport professionals, to address current societal challenges and seek to deliver answers concerning core questions.
Call for Papers | “Cycling Beyond Growth Economies”, Cycling and Society Research Group Annual Symposium 2022 | Hosted by the School of Geography and Planning, Cardiff University, Wales (UK)...
Cycling and Society Research Group 2022 asks: what role can cycling play in questioning the emphasis on growth, lack of inclusivity, and relative neglect of Global South contexts? Accordingly, we seek submissions from cycling researchers who wish to engage with themes of sufficiency and no/de-growth; social value and its measurement; alternate qualities (e.g beyond speed, efficiency and directness); mobility justice and inclusivity; and post-colonial mobilities.
Call for Papers | On Horses – A Philosophy of Sports Conference | University of Extremadura, Cáceres, Spain, November 11–13, 2022. Call ends June 30, 2022
A tribute is a celebration. And in this conference, we seek to celebrate the beauty of the horse, its freedom, its strength, kindness, character and all the symbolic attributes and characteristics that we admire in its indomitable spirit. Celebrating the horse and the horse culture means trying to dialogue with all the worlds it inhabits, from the pastures where it still works, to sport, therapy, in a word, to think and research in all its multidimensionality
Call for Papers | Asia-Singapore Conference on Sport Science (ACSS 2022), a hybrid conference in Singapore December 6–7, 2022 | Call ends July 12, 2022
We encourage research papers and training approaches based on integrating different disciplines applied in Sport Science to enhance sport performance to be submitted to the conference. Expect presentations on the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Sport Science. Walk away with powerful knowledge that will empower you to forge the path for the future of Sport Science.
Call for Papers | 2022 Sport Leadership Summit @ Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA, October 24–25, 2022 | Call ends September 15, 2022
The Sport Leadership Summit (SLS) provides emerging sport professionals an opportunity to engage with industry leaders. You’ll learn to identify best practices and apply relevant research while developing meaningful relationships with other sport professionals. The SLS will include panel discussions, keynote speakers, research presentations, and professional development sessions focused on equipping students for the next phases of their career development.
Call for Papers | From ‘Early Access’ and ‘Open Worlds’ to Game-Cons and Clans: The Production of Spatiality and Community in Contemporary Gaming | Graduate Workshop, Regensburg, September 14–16,...
This Graduate Workshop seeks to investigate contemporary video games as an emergent space to be considered under the auspices of Area Studies, with special consideration given to practices, memory politics, and identity negotiation. By bringing together scholars and young professionals from a wide array of disciplines, we aim to advance the dialogue concerning methodological and conceptual approaches for video games in the humanities and social sciences.