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    Call for Papers | “Teaching the Geographies of Sport” | RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2018. Cardiff, August 28–31, 2018. Call ends February 2, 2018

    It is nearly thirty years since John Bale first published his agenda setting book ‘Sports Geography’. This session aims to bring together all those who are, in some way, teaching about geographies of sport, or are interested in doing so. We invite papers that speak to this topic to stimulate broader discussions on and beyond the themes below.

    Call for Papers | “Space, Place and Sport” – The Sport Project: Probing the Boundaries | 24–26 September 2015, Mansfield College, Oxford, UK

    The aim of this conference is to develop an active network of academics, practitioners and campaigners with an interest in sports geographies, by which we mean the ways in which we might understand sport as something that creates spaces and places, as well as something that is shaped by spaces and places.

    Second Call for Papers | Approaching everyday sport: socio-cultural geographic perspectives on sport, exercise and fitness | University of Exeter, 1–4 September 2015

    This session seeks to bring together a diverse array of scholars whose work deals in some way with the place of sport in people’s everyday lives — work which could be said to fit into an emerging and mutable field of “everyday sports geography”.

    Call for Papers | Approaching everyday sport: socio-cultural geographic perspectives on sport, exercise and fitness | University of Exeter, 1–4 September 2015

    This session seeks to bring together a diverse array of scholars whose work deals in some way with the place of sport in people’s everyday lives — work which could be said to fit into an emerging and mutable field of “everyday sports geography”.
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