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    Call for Participation | Sounding Out: Works in Progress at the Sport/Sound Nexis | Zoom event, Friday April 26, 2024, 1 PM EDT (7 PM CEST)

    This event is a space for sharing works in progress that explore the connections between sports and sound. Participants will share unfinished projects at different stages of development and will have opportunities to engage with audience questions and feedback. The workshop is designed to provide a forum for constructive and supportive discussion of works in progress while also serving as a space to build community and encourage future collaborations among those interested in this topic.

    Call for Participation | Sport&EU Online Short Talk: Doping in Esports | April 25, 2024, 11:00 CET

    Esports, much like traditional sports, face the challenge of doping. In this Short Talk, we will examine the types of doping in esports and the strategies to prevent and address this issue. What substances are used by e-sports participants, and why? What are the current concerns in the e-sports community about substance use? To what extent are current approaches to tackling doping in Esports fit for purpose? How should ideally be regulated?

    Call for Papers | Sports Technology and Innovation symposium | Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, October 21-22, 2024. Call ends May 1, 2024

    To further explore these ideas, we invite proposals for a forthcoming symposium titled “Sports Technology and Innovation.” The symposium will examine the different motivations that inspire inventors to develop game-changing technologies, their creative processes, and the often-surprising sources of their ideas. It will investigate the high-tech apparel, protective gear, adaptive prostheses, medical advances, officiating technologies, AI algorithms, and training equipment that infuse all modern sports.

    Call for Participation | Two Panels on Sport and Palestine/Israel, organized by Sport Management @ UConn. | Zoom conversations, January 18 and 22, 2024. Register soon, Zoom capacity is...

    The UConn sport management program invites you to join us for two online panel discussions in the coming weeks. We'd appreciate it if you could share it with interested colleagues and/or students. We welcome everyone to be part of the conversation; however, the capacity of the Zoom webinar is limited to 300 participants.

    Call for Papers | Social Justice through Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium | Virtual Conference, March 20–22, 2024. Call ends February 2, 2024

    Our aim is to bring together sport and exercise psychology researchers and practitioners whose work focuses on social justice and praxis, marginalized communities, participants lacking scholarly attention, or that falls outside the positivist mainstream of sport psychology. A main purpose of this symposium is to bring together people passionate about these issues so that we can share our work as well as support and encourage each other.

    Call for Participation | Understanding and Measuring Value in Culture, (Sport) Events & Tourism | CCSE Online Symposium, June 8, 2023

    In the Annual CCSE Symposium, we seek to explore the complex topic of value across our three main contextual focal points: culture, sport events and tourism. Expert and community priorities in terms of the prospective benefits of a cultural, touristic or sport event input might diverge quite considerably. Meaningful measurement of value is both a consistent consideration and – often – an occasion at which difficulty can be encountered.

    Call for Participation | “Slowing Down: Tourism Practice in the Era of the Anthropocene” | Free online RGR & ECR Symposium, May 24–25, 2023

    The symposium invites scholars, practitioners, and activists to come together to explore alternative approaches to tourism that prioritise sustainability, well-being, and social justice. We aim to create a space for critical reflection and discussion where participants can share their experiences and insights and develop strategies for disrupting the toxic culture of intense productivity and consumption in teaching, scholarship, and daily life.

    Call for Participants | Mega-events and sustainable cities: oxymoron or opportunity? Online event hosted by University of Westminster, November 14, 2022, 1300–1430 GMT

    Join online on the 14th Novembe, in the week running up to the Qatar World Cup, to discuss the sustainability of mega-events. Hear from some of the world’s leading researchers on this topic to discuss whether the notion of a sustainable mega-event is an oxymoron, or whether these events can be aligned with sustainable urbanism. Speakers include Professor Martin Muller, Professor Eleni Theodoraki and Dr. Mahfoud Amara, as well as Dr. Rutendo Musikavanhu.

    Call for Participation | “Modern Matriarchy: Native American Women in Sport”, virtual guest talk by Dr. Natalie M. Welch | October 27, 2022, 12:30pm EST

    We are pleased and excited to announce that our guest speaker this fall will be Dr. Natalie M. Welch (she/her) of Seattle University. Dr. Welch’s talk is titled, “Modern Matriarchy: Native American Women in Sport”. Dr. Welch is an assistant professor at Seattle University teaching marketing and working in the MBA in Sport and Entertainment Management program. She is an enrolled member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and grew up in Cherokee, North Carolina.

    Call for Participation | “(Il)liberal Nation Projection Through Sport, Culture, Entertainment, and International Broadcasting”. Hybrid symposium | University of Manchester, October 21–22, 2022

    The concept of ‘nation projection’ subsumes classic public and cultural diplomacy efforts and ‘soft power’ activities, such as the hosting of sport and entertainment events. The term also refers to state-sponsored campaigns of external influence activities including international broadcasting and covert meddling in the affairs of foreign states. This hybrid symposium will expand on debates and bring together comparative perspectives on how nation projection differs. 
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