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    Call for Papers | Feminisms and Sports Studies | Kings College London, February 2022. Call ends September 30, 2021

    This conference aims to critically investigate our own research field, i.e. Sports Studies. Within sports and physical activities, bodies are exposed, ranked, and naturalised, in the name of a collective understanding of sporting performance, all the while relying on and reproducing sexist, racist, heteronormative, ableist and classist bias. The primary focus will be to understand how expanding our research focuses and literature, allows for innovative research avenues.

    Call for Chapters | Strong A(s) F(eminist): Power in Strength Sports, edited volume. Call ends June 15, 2019

    This volume defines strength sports as activities in which the competition outcomes depend exclusively on the individual capacity to move weight. We are seeking submissions across disciplines and thus, from a variety of vantage points, this edited volume will map the ideological landscape of strength sports to understand its potential for insurgent gender practices and the importance for studying sport for feminist social change.

    Disputation | Godispengar” eller ”överdådig lyx” – om elitidrott, ekonomi och jämställdhet av Anna Maria Hellborg, Malmö universitet, den 8 mars 2019

    Syftet med Anna Maria Hellborgs studie är att problematisera och analysera uppfattningen om och konstruktionen av elitidrottsutövares ekonomiska villkor sedda genom en feministisk lins – och specifikt att undersöka och illustrera hur de ekonomiska förutsättningarna skiljer sig åt mellan kvinnor och män som vill investera i en elitidrottskarriär.

    Call for Papers | Commentary & Criticism on “Corporeal Media” | Feminist Media Studies. Call ends September 15, 2018

    It is time for feminist media studies to refocus its attention on the body. Inspired by both old and new materialisms, we welcome essays that address embodied experiences, physical symptoms, labor practices and corporeal regimes that speak to ways of knowing massively-distributed media networks and/or sketch new directions for feminist media studies.

    Call for Proposals | “New Femininities in Digital, Physical and Sporting Cultures” | New book series from Palgrave Macmillan

    Books in this series focus on the latest conceptual, methodological and theoretical developments in feminist thinking about bodies, movement, physicality, leisure and technology to understand and problematize new framings of feminine embodiment.

    Call for Papers | “Feminist Physical Cultural Studies” | Special issue of Leisure Sciences | Ends 2017-08-01

    Drawing from literatures across leisure, media, sport, physical activity, health, tourism and pedagogy, we position the performativity of gender as a central concern for thinking through the entanglement of physical and digital cultures, the flows and techniques of power as well as resistant formations of identity and difference

    Call for Papers | “Sport, Feminism, and the Global South” | Special issue of Sociology of Sport Journal | Ends 2017-03-01

    This special issue of the Sociology of Sport seeks to broaden the geographical, theoretical, social, cultural and intercultural scope of writing about women, gender and sport by assembling key contributions from feminist sport research undertaken in or by scholars from the Global South.

    Call for Papers | Decolonizing Fitness: An anthology on Women of Color, Feminism, and the Politics of “Fit” Bodies

    Decolonizing Fitness: Women of Color, Feminism, and the Politics of “Fit” Bodies Deadline for Abstracts: May 25, 2014 Notifications: May 30, 2014 First Draft Due: October 1, 2014 Editor: Larissa M. Mercado-López, Ph.D., Women’s Studies, California State University, Fresno Several works have broken ground in critical feminist approaches to fitness, including Leslie Heywood’s Bodymakers: A Cultural Anatomy of Women’s Bodybuilding, Shari L. Dworkin and Faye Linda...

    Journal of Sport History Volume 39 (3) Fall 2012

    The Journal of Sport History is published three times a year by the North American Society for Sport History (NASSH). The purpose of NASSH is to promote, stimulate, and encourage study and research and writing of the history of sport, and to support and cooperate with local, national, and international organizations having the same purposes.
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