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Call for Papers | Fifth Annual Sport & Discrimination Conference | Autonomous University of Barcelona, May 29, 2020. Call ends January 17, 2020
Discrimination cuts across traditional academic subjects and the ethos behind this conference is therefore to bring together experts from different subject areas to exchange ideas and explore what we can learn from one another. We welcome presentations about all forms of discrimination across any sporting context. As in previous years of Sport and Discrimination events, submissions may approach the conference from a variety of perspectives.
Call for Papers | Fourth Annual Interdisciplinary Sport & Discrimination Conference | Solent University, Southampton, September 4, 2019. Call ends May 31, 2019
The conference welcomes and encourages submissions from academics, postgraduates and policy makers who wish to present papers making empirical, conceptual and theoretical contributions. Fitting with the theme of the keynote speakers, we especially welcome any submissions covering sexism and antisemitism.
Call for Papers | “Tackling discrimination – visions of gender equality in sport”. 12th Annual Meeting of the Transnational Scholars for the Study of Gender and Sport | University...
The organizers are interested in bringing together scholars who are interested in issues of gender equality in sport. We welcome submissions that address a variety of gender issues such as sexuality, body, identity, gender-based discrimination (including harassment and abuse), LGBTIQ+ experiences, as well as practices of exclusion and marginalization in sport, physical activity, and school physical education.
Call for Papers | Sport and Discrimination Conference | Oxford Brookes University, Tuesday 4th September 2018. Call ends June 8, 2018
This one-day conference at Oxford Brookes University aims to investigate different forms of discrimination (racial, gender, sexuality, disability, class, etc), across a range of sports, drawing on work from a variety of academic fields (including sociology, sports studies, psychology, politics, history, and media and cultural studies).
Call for Papers | The Transnational Working Group for the Study of Gender and Sport | Reykjavik University, Iceland, August 15–17 2018. Call ends June 10, 2018
Founded in 2005, the working group aims for a transnational and interdisciplinary exchange of researchers with an interest in the study of sport and gender. The program of the 11th annual meeting focuses on sexism, discrimination, sexual harassment and violence studies in the field of Physical Education and sport, LGBTQ+, as well as leadership and coaches' perspectives.
Call for Participation | Discrimination Against Women in Sport Conference: How to continue narrowing the discrimination gap | Wednesday 8th March 2017, Preston
This one day conference will be held on 8th March 2017 as part of the International Womens Day celebrations. The conference will appeal to a range of stakeholders in womens sport from governing bodies, policy makers, sports administrators, sports development roles, education and academics, coaches, participants and anyone interested in developing and promoting sport.
Call for Papers |Racism and Discrimination in the Sporting World | An interdisciplinary volume to be edited by Eileen M. Angelini
What is it about culture and society that creates an environment in which an athlete is able to excel or fail in his/her respective sport? Which factors, such as racism, discrimination, financial advantage or hardship, propel or hinder an athlete’s achievements? This volume seeks to explore how the world of sports is often a microcosm of the real world and the many ways in which it uniquely reflects cultural and societal issues.
What is the nature and extent of discrimination in sport today? How does it affect people’s experience of sport and their wider lives? What are the barriers to change? And how can discrimination best be tackled in the future? We welcome proposals from academics, postgraduates and policy makers, who wish to present papers making empirical, theoretical or personal contributions.
Abstract submission deadline extended | Sport and Discrimination Conference | Friday 1 May 2015, University of Sunderland, London Campus
What is the nature and extent of discrimination in sport today? How does it affect people’s experience of sport and their wider lives? What are the barriers to change? And how can discrimination best be tackled in the future?
Abstract submission deadline approaching | Sport and Discrimination | Friday 1 May 2015, University of Sunderland, London Campus
Confirmed Keynote Speakers Dr Daniel Burdsey, University of Brighton Dr Jayne Caudwell, University of Brighton Deadline for the submission of proposals: 1 December 2014 Prime Minister David Cameron recently concluded a Downing Street summit on discrimination in football by saying: ‘If everyone plays their role, then we can easily crush and deal with this problem’. Was this simply political spin, or a naïve...
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