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    Call for Papers | Workshop: “Sports in the Middle East: The politics of inclusion and exclusion” | American University of Beirut, August 30–31, 2019. Call ends January 18, 2019

    We are inviting contributions from a variety of disciplines, such as political science, history, sociology, economics, business and law. Scholars who have developed a research agenda on sport, as well as researchers who have not yet worked on sports but want to apply their field of study to the world of sports, are welcome to submit an outline of their papers.

    Deadline extension | Religion and Sport in Japan | A workshop and edited volume. Call ends October 10, 2018

    Contributions are being accepted for a workshop and edited volume tentatively titled “Beyond the Five Rings: Religion and Sport in Japan.” The purpose is to bring together experts from a variety of fields including, but not limited to, religious studies, history, sport studies/sports management, sociology, tourism, anthropology, economics, visual/material culture, and political science.

    Call for Papers | “Disrupting the Good Intentions of Sport (as a Tool for Inclusion and Integration)” | Linköping University, August 15–17 2018. Call ends February 4, 2018

    Sport has been proposed as a potential facilitator for ‘integration’ and ‘social inclusion’ of migrant populations into hosting countries. In this workshop, we welcome papers that are investigating the field of sport and physical activity through a critical lens, highlighting the challenges within existing traditions and working towards inclusive and participatory practices.

    Call for Participation | BSA Sport Study Group – Teaching Workshop | University of Northampton, February 23, 2018. Apply ASAP

    Following the success and popularity of last year’s research and teaching workshop, the BSA Sport Study Group is staging another event, focusing specifically on the challenges in teaching sociology on sport programmes. This is an opportunity to meet with staff teaching the sociology of sport across the UK, share ideas and good practice.
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