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Bevægelser og kropskulturelle mønstre: Konfigurationsanalyse i teori og praksis, redigerad av Peter Mindegaard, Søren Andkjær & Annemari Munk Svendsen (Syddansk universitetsforlag), har hunnit bli fyra år gammal innan Mats Franzén fick den i händerna, och av hans intresseväckande recension kan man sluta sig till att vi borde kommit till skott tidigare!
Henning Eichberg’s last book, posthumously edited by Signe Højbjerre Larsen and published by Routledge entitled Play in Philosophy and Social Thought is the second book in a trilogy that will remain unfinished. Ejgil Jespersen, who was well acquainted will Henning and knows his œuvre well, is our reviewer – with mixed reactions and emotions, and some unanswered questions.
Call for Participation | “The future of research in Body Culture and Play”. In memoriam Henning Eichberg | University of Southern Denmark, November 2, 2018. Call ends October 24,...
Henning Eichberg passed away on the 22nd of April, 2017. His last book, Play in Philosophy and Social Thought, was posthumously published in August 2018 by Routledge, edited by Signe Højbjerre Larsen. To celebrate the publication, to remember Henning Eichberg, and to discuss his concept of and research in body culture and play, we are hosting a seminar on Friday the 2nd of November.
Sport, Ethics and Philosophy publishes high quality articles from a wide variety of philosophical traditions, and is particularly open to essays of applied philosophy that engage with issues or practice, policy and scholarship concerning the nature and values of sports.
Of the four conferences on philosophy of play in recent years arranged by Malcolm MacLean, Wendy Russell and Emily Ryall, each of the first three appear in book form. In this review essay, Ejgil Jespersen looks particularly at the contributions that discuss play in relation to sports, but he finds the whole trilogy both commendable and recommendable.
Physical Culture and Sport. Studies and Research is an open access journal with a wide scope encompassing sociology, history, philosophy and other disciplines within the social sciences and humanities. It’s the journal of Josef Pilsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw and International Society for the Social Sciences of Sport.
I antologin Tics, træning og tango: Bevæggrunde for bevægelse, sammanställd av Susanne Ravn och Jørn Hansen (Syddansk Universitetsforlag), diskuterar en rad idrottsforskare hur danskar kan förmås röra sig mer. Gunn Nyberg recenserar, och hon tycker att boken är uppslagsrik och tankeväckande. Men hon saknar Lars.Magnus Engströms input.
Henning Eichberg has collected a number of his writings on play, some old, some newly revised, some hitherto unpublished, in a new volume from Routledge, Questioning Play: What play can tell us about social life. Our reviewer is Ejgil Jespersen, and his careful, critical reading yielded a review that works well as an introduction to the book as well as to Eichberg’s œuvre in general.
Center for forskning i Idræt, Sundhed og Civilsamfund på Institut for Idræt og Biomekanik på Syd- dansk Universitet inviterer til en forelæsning om ’legens filosofi’ i anledning af Professor Emeritus Henning Eichbergs seneste bog Questioning play: What play can tell us about social life
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