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    Call for Papers | Football and Diaspora: Connecting Dispersed Communities through the Global Game, Edited Volume | Call ends December 15, 2021

    The editors seek manuscripts that critically engage issues related to football/soccer and diaspora. This may include topics that heighten our understanding of: (a) migration, acculturation, and assimilation; (b) sport, identity, and representation; (c) the construction and accomplishment of nationality; (d) sport and football fandom; (e) and nationhood, citizenship, and politics. We welcome cross-disciplinary research from anthropological, communication, cultural, historical, psychological, political and sociological perspectives.

    Call for Papers: Sport in Asian America. Special issue of Amerasia Journal

    Guest Editors: Professor Rachael Joo (Middlebury College) Professor Sameer Pandya (University of California, Santa Barbara) Publication Date: Summer 2015 Due Date: Paper submissions (up to 5,000 words) due August 15, 2014 From basketball leagues in the San Francisco Chinatown of the 1930s and 1940s to Michael Chang and Jeremy Lin, sport has always been an important site for understanding Asian American life.  This special issue of Amerasia Journal focuses...

    Special issue of South Asian Popular Culture: Sport and South Asian Diasporas

    Articles Playing through time and space: Sport and South Asian diasporas Daniel Burdsey, Stanley Thangaraj & Rajinder Dudrah Situating Vijay Singh in (Asian) America Sameer Pandya Affect and sport in South Asian American advertising Shalini Shankar Competing masculinities: South Asian American identity formation in Asian American basketball leagues Stanley Thangaraj Hetero-sexy self/body work and basketball: The invisible sporting women of British Pakistani Muslim heritage Samaya Farooq Samie ‘From refugees to...
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