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Call for Papers | Sport Entertainment & Venue Tomorrow (SEVT) Conference | Columbia, South Carolina, November 16–18, 2022. Call ends October 7, 2022
Abstracts and papers will be categorized by topic(s) and may include, but are not limited to, the following areas of sport and/or entertainment: economics and finance; public funding for venues; marketing, advertising and promotion; corporate sponsorship; ticketing and guest services; facility management; event management and production; information technology; legal issues; risk management; entrepreneurship; diversity; sustainability; and philanthropy.
Call for Papers | “World Cups and Major Sporting Events: Futures and Legacies” Conference | University of Huddersfield, November 4, 2021. Call ends June 30, 2021
This joint conference aims to bring together scholars from around the world to present their research on the futures and legacies of major international sporting events, their role in the wider sporting and cultural fields, and their relationship to wider politics and society. In particular, the conference provides an opportunity to examine how we interact and engage with sporting events and their environments in a world that is still experiencing the pandemic, and how this might influence future events.
Call for Papers | Annual Stadium Managers Association Seminar | February 4-8, 2018, Huntington Beach CA. Call ends December 1, 2017
We cordially invite all academicians to submit sport business research proposals for consideration as either an oral (20 minute) or poster presentation, to the Annual Stadium Managers Association Seminar. A focus on Stadium Management is encouraged and can encompass a number of facets relating to stadium management, sponsorship, marketing, outsourcing, social media, etc.
Call for Papers | (Re)Making Cities: Urban Transformation and Sport Mega-Events in Brazil | University of Bath, United Kingdom, 13 July 2016
We invite abstracts and papers across a range of disciplines (such as, but not limited to: Cultural Studies, Economics, History, Management, Politics, Sociology, Urban Studies, and Tourism) focusing on the inter-relationships amongst Brazil, mega-events, and urban transformation.
Call for Papers: The Sport, Entertainment and Venues Tomorrow (SEVT) Conference, November 20-22 in Columbia, South Carolina
The annual Sport, Entertainment and Venues Tomorrow (SEVT) Conference will take place November 20-22 in Columbia, South Carolina. The call for papers is here. SEVT is hosted and organized by the Department of Sport and Entertainment Management at the University of South Carolina in collaboration with Venues Today, the venue industry’s leading trade publication. For the 2013 conference, IAVM Region...