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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 | “Emerging Technologies and Emerging Sports” – International Symposium for Olympic and Paralympic Research | Toyo University, Tokyo, Japan, July 17–18, 2020. Call ends January 30,...
Scholars, researchers, students, and professionals interested in the socio-cultural study of the modern Olympic and Paralympic Games are invited to submit abstracts. Papers in the areas of history, sociology, anthropology, philosophy, political science, cultural studies, and sport management, as well as other disciplines that contribute to our cultural understanding of the Games are particularly encouraged.
Call for Participation | Post Olympic Winter Games 2018 Seminar | June 28–29, 2018, Vuokatti Sport OIympic Training Center, Finland. Call ends June 10, 2018
This symposium offers presentations and discussions on the preparations, performances and experiences from OWG 2018. Speakers include Helge Bartnes, Norway; Peter Reinebo, Sweden; Mika Kojonkoski,Finland; Matthias Felix Gilgien, Norway; Olli Ohtonen, Finland; Stefan Lindinger, Sweden.
Call for Papers | Olympic Games: state of the art. Interdisciplinary conference | Université Paris-Est, Paris, June 18–19. Call ends March 1, 2018
After Paris was awarded the hosting of the 2024 Olympic Games, the University Paris-Est began building an observatory to support and evaluate the effects of this mega-event in the Paris region. This first international congress is an opportunity to bring together international experts to discuss methods and tools for support and assessment.
Call for Papers | London, Rio, Tokyo Olympics Symposium | Goldsmiths, University of London, 8-10th June 2017. Call ends April 30, 2017
In this symposium, we will investigate the changes accompanying the 2012 London Olympics, the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics and the preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The meeting will focus on existing research and interventions concerning the ways that global events have been accompanied by urban transformations and new forms of social (dis)advantage and exclusions.
Call for Papers | (Re)Making Cities: Urban Transformation and Sport Mega-Events in Brazil | University of Bath, United Kingdom, 13 July 2016
We invite abstracts and papers across a range of disciplines (such as, but not limited to: Cultural Studies, Economics, History, Management, Politics, Sociology, Urban Studies, and Tourism) focusing on the inter-relationships amongst Brazil, mega-events, and urban transformation.
Call for Papers | “The Arab countries and the Olympic Games” | June 25/26 2016, Tufts University, Medford, MA
Taking place just before the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, the workshop aims to provide information and analysis on the state of sport in the Arab World through the multidisciplinary lenses of political science, history, economics, business, and law, among others.
Call for Papers | The Nazi Games: The Berlin Olympics after 80 Years | Florida Gulf Coast University, March 29–30, 2016
This conference, taking place to mark 80 years since the 1936 Berlin Olympics, seeks to bring together individuals from a wide variety of disciplines to explore key issues and present recent research relating to this event, as well as contribute to ongoing discussion.
Call for Papers | “The Future of the Olympic Event in the Age of the Mega-Spectacle” | 13th International Symposium for Olympic Research, July 30-31, 2016, Federal University of...
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.