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Call for Papers | “Power at Play” | Journal of Emerging Sport Studies Digital Symposium, October 16–18, 2020. Call ends June 30, 2020
The symposium theme, “Power at Play,” aims to examine ways sport acts as a catalyst of personal and community empowerment, while simultaneously reinforcing societal power structures. Our purpose is to bring together emerging and established researchers and professionals in an online, open-access forum. Here, participants can freely engage in active conversation and debate surrounding significant issues affecting the past, present, and future of sport in society.
Call for Papers | “Sport Sociology and the Responsibility for Decolonial Praxis: Decolonizing Minds, Indigenizing Hearts”. The 2019 Annual Conference for the North American Society for the Sociology of...
To challenge the ongoing realities of settler colonialism, decolonization starts by becoming critically aware of institutional whiteness, heteropatriarchy, manifestations of racisms and how they work to maintain settler colonialism. This centers Indigenous Peoples’ interests, theory, methodology, pleasures, and desires, and rights since settler colonialism obscures them.
Isak Lidström är doktorand i idrottsvetenskap med inriktning på idrottshistoria vid institutionen för idrottsvetenskap, Malmö högskola. Hans avhandlingsprojekt handlar om den samiska idrottsrörelsens uppkomst och utveckling i Sverige från 1940-tal till idag.
Major Conference themes are: Indigenous Sport Northern Territory Community Sport History Asia and sporting interconnections Papers or panel proposals are encouraged to link to the major conference themes but papers on all sports history related subjects will be considered and where possible grouped with similar subjects in the conference program. The closing date for the submission of individual or panel proposals for the conference...