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    New Sports Resource – FranceAndUS

    FranceAndUS aims to build 250 stories of French and American sports voices by the 250th anniversary of the Franco-American diplomatic alliance in 2028 – and the Los Angeles Olympic and Paralympic Games. The growing archive of Voices can be used in numerous ways as tools for classes, ideas or access points for research, and more. 

    Call for Young Scholars | Sport and International Relations, Special Cores in The International Spectator | Call ends January 31, 2022

    In order to encourage the contribution of new generations of scholars to the scientific debate, The International Spectator currently welcomes the submission of proposals for THEMATIC SPECIAL CORES of 4-6 articles on the topic of “Sport and International Relations” by teams of young scholars (under 35 years of age), to be considered for publication in the journal. Proposals shall focus on any aspect of the multifaceted relationship between Sport and International Relations.

    Call for Papers | “Management of International Relations: Sport Diplomacy and Global Politics” | Social issue of Journal of Global Sport Management. Call ends November 15, 2020

    This special issue invites papers on the intersection between sport and modern diplomacy. The conceptualization of myriad diplomatic conducts and gestures in sport is the key aim of this special issue. In addition to an insightful review of notable cases and incidents, this special issue particularly seeks papers that present sound theoretical underpinnings or/and potentially makes a useful conceptual contribution to sport diplomacy scholarship.

    Call for Papers | Regionalism and Nationalism in Contemporary International Sport | June 29–30, 2017, University of Vic in Catalonia. Call ends April 6, 2017

    The first International Conference on Regionalism and Nationalism in Contemporary International Sport is an exciting development and opportunity which seeks to enhance the partnership between the hosting institutions with the expressed hope of staging a stimulating forum for debate in an international context around the debates and issues raised by the conference theme

    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 | Case Studies in Sport and Diplomacy (Craig Esherick, Robert E. Baker, Steve Jackson and Michael Sam, eds.) | Fitness Information Technology

    You are invited to submit an abstract of a book chapter proposal for a book that will be published tentatively in the fall/winter of 2016, with topics directly related to sport and diplomacy, especially how NGOs and governments around the world use sport for diplomatic purposes.

    Call for Papers | Sport and Diplomacy: Message, Mode and Metaphor? | July 3–4, 2015

    Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy, SOAS, University of London Hosted by Dr J Simon Rofe (SOAS, University of London) Keynote Presentation by Professor Alan Tomlinson (University of Brighton), author of FIFA – The Men, The Myths and the Money (Routledge 2014). As an enduring and almost ubiquitous part of modern life, sport has a powerful capacity to touch individuals and societies around the...

    Sport in Society Volume 17, Issue 9, October 2014

    The considerable growth of interest in commerce, media and politics in the modern world and their relationship to sport in international academia has resulted in academics in various disciplines writing about sport. Sport in Society is a multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary forum for academics to discuss the growing relationship of sport to significant areas of modern life. Special issue: Sport and Diplomacy.
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