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    We’re in the Final! Finding, Insights and Recommendations from the FREE Project 17 March 2015 in Brussels

    After three years of “Football Research in an Enlarged Europe”, the FREE Project will hold its concluding event on 17 March 2015, in the Committee of the Regions in Brussels. You are invited to join us for one-day event that will focus on the policy-relevant aspects of the findings from our different research streams. In a series of roundtable...

    Extended deadline| Whose Game is it? Supporters and football governance. Loughborough University, 24-25 October 2014

    Loughborough University are hosting a conference to critically discuss the involvement of supporters in football  governance.  The  programme  will  be  balanced  to  appeal  to  policy  makers,  academics  and supporters themselves, and will provide an excellent opportunity for networking and dialogue across these fields. We would welcome proposals for papers that address one or more of the following themes: Models of...

    Newsletter #5 from the FREE project, Football Research in an Enlarged Europe

    Content of this fifth issue: A report on the ‘« Kick It! » the Anthropology of European Football’  conference that took place in Vienna last October; A provisional programme of the conference ‘From Habermas to Fanblogs: Exploring the Public Sphere of European Football’ that will take place at METU in Ankara at the end of April; The Call for Papers for the conference ‘Whose game...

    The 3rd Newsletter of the FREE Project, Football Research in an Enlarged Europe

    Find below the 3rd Newsletter of the FREE Project, which involves many associations members. In this issue you will find: Gertrud Pfister’s editorial, prior to the conference that will take place in Copenhagen next June, on the on-going but limited feminisation of football; A detailed report by Nils Havemann on the second history conference of the FREE project on European Football & Collective Memory, which...

    2nd Call for Papers: Kick it! The Anthropology of European Football (a FREE Conference)

    Vienna, 25/26 October 2013 Football is one of the most well-loved and most widely shared expressions of popular culture. But why does football have a social role that stretches way beyond the stadium? The international conference “The Anthropology of European Football” seeks to understand football’s impact on everyday lives and identity dynamics in Europe. Thereby, the football phenomenon is not...

    2nd Call for Papers: Women’s Football – Played, Watched, Talked About

    The FREE research conference entitled “Women’s Football – Played, Watched, Talked About” will be held at the Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. The conference will take place on Friday 21 and Saturday 22 June 2013. About the conference: The aim of the conference is to share information and knowledge about women’s football, the games and the...

    Senaste nyhetsbrevet från FREE-projektet

    FREE – Football Research in an Enlarged Europe is an innovative and collaborative European research project on football! Our academic team is composed of players from very different disciplinary backgrounds and national origins. Some of them have been football fans for as long as they can think, others are far from being supporters or even followers of the sport. What we...

    Nyhetsbrev om europeisk fotbollsforskning

    Dear all, Please find attached the Newsletter of the FREE (Football Research in an Enlarged Europe) Project, which might be of interest to some in the network.  FREE Newsletter issue 1  FREE is an international collaborative research project involving 9 European universities, funded by FP7 and coordinated by Sport&EU Member Albrecht Sonntag. Several long standing members of Sport&EU are involved in FREE...
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