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    Call for Papers | Lockdown and Being : Space, Place, Movement | Special Issue of Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology. Call ends July 30, 2021

    The outbreak of Covid-19 and the resultant lockdowns have problematised the taken-for-granted notions of ‘space’, ‘place’ and ‘movement’, and thrust them into the foreground of discussions - not only in academic circles but also in popular culture, news media, policy making, and politicking. Potential paper topics might relate to place and space as conceived and constructed through specific forms of movement, such as in soma-aesthetics, performance, theatre, sports, care, community, tourism, etc.

    Sport Scholar Profile | Susanne Ravn, University of Southern Denmark

    Susanne Ravn is an Associate professor and Head of ‘Movement, Culture and Society’, a research unit at the University of Southern Denmark. In her research, she focuses on phenomenological approaches to skilled movement in dance practice. She is the author of several books in Danish and English and has published her research in journals focusing on phenomenology, qualitative research methods in sport, exercise and health, dance research and sociological analysis of embodied experiences.

    Associate professor within the humanities and social sciences to University of Southern Denmark. Apply before January 15, 2020

    Research activities expand within the fields of humanities and social science research. Movement is at the heart of the unit's work involving experiential, bodily, emotional, cultural and social aspects of movement. Thus, the unit’s research ranges from phenomenological and cultural analyses of movement practices of, i.a., parkour, yoga, community dance and improvisational practices, to analyses of different sub-cultures of physical activity and their organization.

    Professor with specific responsibilities in research in Movement practices and phenomenology to University of Southern Denmark. Apply before January 31, 2020

    The Department of Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics has a strong background in sports science and movement studies. The successful applicant will be expected to take on the responsibility of being the head of MoCS and to develop and lead research projects for and within the research unit. More specifically, the professor will have specific responsibilities in further strengthening research on movement practices – including different forms of dance practices.

    Sport Scholar Profile | Ejgil Jespersen, 1950–2020

    Position Professor, Józef Piłsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw, Department of Health Science in Biała Podlaska, ul. Akademicka 2, PL - 21-500 Biała Podlaska Contact E-mail Research  interest Phenomenology of body and movement culture Ongoing research Movement and disability studies Universal design of movement facilities Selected publications Habitual Learning as Being-in-the-World. On Merleau-Ponty and the Experience of Learning. With Jing He. Frontiers of Philosophy in China 12(2):...

    Sport Scholar Profile | Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson, University of Lincoln

    Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson is a qualitative sociologist and a graduate of the Universities of Warwick and South Wales. Her principal research interests cohere around the sociology of the body; embodiment and the senses; health and wellbeing; identity and identity work; sociological & feminist phenomenology; autoethnographic & auto-phenomenographic approaches.

    Tæt på kroppen – ny antologi om dansk idrottsforskning

    I sommaruppdateringen av den 6 juni 2007 publicerades sju artiklar inom ramen för ett tema som gavs namnet "Tæt på kroppen: Dansk idrottsforskning i fokus". Under de följande åren publicerades ytterligare två artiklar på detta tema, och när nu en antologi med titeln Tæt på kroppen föreligger har ytterligare fem bidrag tillkommit, utöver en introduktion av redaktörerna, som är...

    Kenneth Aggerholm disputerar: Elite-Bildung. An Existential-Phenomenological Study of Talents Developing in Football

    Kenneth Aggerholm forsvarer fredag den 22. marts 2013 kl. 14.00 sin ph.d.-afhandling med titlen: Elite-Bildung. An Existential-Phenomenological Study of Talents Developing in Football. Bedømmere: Peter Musaeus, Lektor, Center for Medicinsk Uddannelsen, Aarhus Universitet  (Formand for bedømmelsesudvalget) Arno Müller, Jun.-Professor. Dr., Universität Leipzig, Tyskland Gunnar Breivik, Professor, Norges Idrettshøgskole, Norge Efter forsvaret er Sektion for Idræt vært ved en reception. Dansk pressrelease: Kreative veje til eliten - når talentudvikling...

    Seminar: Interaction Design for the Lived Body – Implications of Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenology

    Current off-the-shelf digital technologies such as smartphones, full-body interaction games and sensor-based appliances are to a large extent embodied in the sense that they integrate with the body of the user. Designing for such technologies requires an understanding of the embodied user experience: how technology is experienced with and through the body. Welcome to a K3 seminar with Dag Svanæs,...
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