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Call for Papers & Panels | IACS 2022 – Summit on Communication and Sport | New Jersey/Philadelphia, March 3–6, 2022. Call ends October 15, 2021
The IACS Summit is the only stand-alone conference for communication researchers interested in exploring sport from diverse critical, methodological, theoretical, and multi-disciplinary perspectives. The Summit welcomes submissions from all methodological and theoretical perspectives. This year’s Summit will be hosted by Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey, USA, with special events taking place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
REMINDER Call for papers and participation | Nordic Network for Sport History / Nordisk idrottshistorisk nätverksträff | November 25–26, 2021, Örebro University and/or Online. Call ends September 30, 2021
The Nordic Sports History Network brings together researchers interested in sports history from the Nordic region. In collaboration with the Swedish Society for Sports History, we are now opening up for contributions to the 2021 meeting.The purpose of the conference is to present and discuss newly completed, ongoing and planned sports history projects targeting the Noridc context. Sports and history should be broadly interpreted.
Call for Papers | “Sport for everybody?! – Limitations and barriers on the way to this ideal” | 13th Annual Meeting of the Transnational Scholars for the Study of...
This conference raises the question of how it will be possible to open up sport to everybody, regardless of the diversity of backgrounds, e.g. their gender, origin or social status, whether with or without disabilities, etc. Are there any examples we can learn from in an international context? What barriers for participation in sport and physical activity on an equal footing do still exist and how can they be broken down? How can underrepresented groups (e.g. women or persons with a LGBTIQ background) be specifically involved.
Call for Papers | “Sports and Soccer in Mediterranean Literatures, Arts, and Cultures”, a panel at the Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA) 2022 | Baltimore, MA, March 10–13, 2022....
This panel seeks to explore the gaze that humanistic inquiry provides on soccer. What can the humanities tell us about soccer that social sciences, business, or sport studies cannot? The panel will contribute to defining how the humanities study a multifaceted and multicultural phenomenon such as soccer, which is deeply connected to several pressing contemporary matters—such as migration, national identities, and gender equality.
Call for Session Proposals | The International Association for the Philosophy of Sport at the American Philosophical Association Pacific Division Meeting | Vancouver, April 13–16, 2022. Call...
This is a call for proposals for the International Association for the Philosophy of Sport (IAPS) affiliated group session at the 2022 Pacific American Philosophical Association Meeting. It is set to take place in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, April 13–16, 2022. The call is for either a proposal to present a paper or a proposal for a set of thematically connected papers.
Call for Papers | “Emerging Technologies and Emerging Sports in the COVID-19 Era”, the 15th International Symposium for Olympic and Paralympic Research, Online October 15–16, 2021. Call ends August...
The 15th International Symposium for Olympic Research, has been rescheduled as a virtual Symposium. Scholars, researchers, students, and professionals interested in the socio-cultural study of the modern Olympic or Paralympic Games are invited to submit abstracts for conference presentations. Papers in the areas of history, sociology, anthropology, philosophy, political science, cultural studies, and sport management are invited.
Call for Papers | International Sociology of Sport Association (ISSA) Virtual World Congress | November 15–19 2021. Call ends August 31, 2021
The theme of this congress is driven by several questions relating to the local and global production of knowledge in the sociology of sport, namely (1) What impact does our work have on a process of scientific circulation on a world scale? (2) What are the characteristics in our production of knowledge? (3) What can a Latin American country offer? These questions pushes the idea of the title, "Local and Global Challenges for Social Studies Of Sport in the 21st Century", as a challenge and invitation.
Call for Papers | Sport and sustainability. NEON Conference Track | Lillehammer, Norway, November 24–26, 2021. Call ends August 31, 2021
In this session, we aim at finding out more about the role of sport organisations for creating a sustainable future. We invite contributors to submit abstracts from research in sports within various contexts. Contributions applying various perspectives in the research on social, economic and environmental dimensions of sustainability are welcome. Contributions can be submitted in a Scandinavian language and English. The session managers are open to host the track in both languages.
Call for Papers | Feminisms and Sports Studies | Kings College London, February 2022. Call ends September 30, 2021
This conference aims to critically investigate our own research field, i.e. Sports Studies. Within sports and physical activities, bodies are exposed, ranked, and naturalised, in the name of a collective understanding of sporting performance, all the while relying on and reproducing sexist, racist, heteronormative, ableist and classist bias. The primary focus will be to understand how expanding our research focuses and literature, allows for innovative research avenues.
Change of Plans | “Sport in a changing world” | The SVEBI Conference 2021, Malmö University, is postponed until February 10–11, 2022. Call ends November 10, 2021
This Call for Abstracts is presented in English and in Swedish. The conference is organized by the Department of Sport Sciences at Malmö University together with the Center of Research on Welfare, Health and Sport, Halmstad University. As a step towards increased internationalization, all keynotes and one conference track will be in English during the two days. Additionally, representatives from the sports movement as well as physical education teachers will be invited to attend.