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Call fo Papers | “Sport, Power and Politics: the challenges in a changing global structure” – Second International Conference of the PSA Sport & Politics Group | University of...
We invite empirical, theoretical and methodological papers from postgraduate students, early-career researchers, established academics and practitioners that address and interrogate, from a critical and global perspective, cultural, social, political and experiential frameworks of sport. Contributions from disciplines of public policy, sociology, politics, economics, anthropology, cultural studies, history, communication, law and psychology are welcome.
Call for Papers | Sport&EU 15th Annual Conference | June 17–18, 2021, Rijeka & Opatija, Croatia. Call ends January 31, 2021
We invite Sport&EU members and non-members to submit paper and/or panel proposals that analyse the three broad pillars of EU Sport Policy as defined in the current work plan: Economic impact of sport, social inclusion in and through sport, and sport integrity. Contributions from diverse disciplines (law, politics, social sciences, philosophy etc.) are accepted, and interdisciplinary papers are encouraged.
Sport Science Meetup | Idrottsvetenskaplig digital seminarieserie 18–20 november 2020. Anmäl dig senast den 15 november 2020
Institutionen för idrottsvetenskap vid Malmö universitet har nöjet att bjuda in till en idrottsvetenskaplig digital seminarieserie den 18–20 november 2020 som en försmak på SVEBI-konferensen 2021. Vi ser seminariet som ett tillfälle för det idrottsvetenskapliga forskarnätverket att utbyta erfarenheter trots att den årliga SVEBI-konferensen inte kan arrangeras som vanligt i år till följd av coronapandemin.
The aim of the conference is to support coaches to build their capacity to be adaptable. During the two-day online conference, 20 speakers will make links to the theme of adapting, connecting, creating and communicating as they cover topics ranging from athlete wellbeing, the elite coaching space, athlete voice, youth sport, and Māori and Pacific sporting experiences.
Call for Papers | “Leisure’s Power: Oppression and Resistance”, 16th Canadian Congress on Leisure Research | Online, May 29 – June 1, 2021. Call ends December 1, 2020
Canadian Association for Leisure Studies (CALS) is hosting its 16th Canadian Congress on Leisure Research (CCLR) online, due to the on-going global COVID-19 pandemiAs set out in the TALS/ANZALS/CALS/LARASA/LSA/AEME Joint Charge Statement in June of 2020, it is time to respond to the “greater need to tackle the …ways that leisure conscripts oppression onto the Other” as well as to understand how “leisure can also resist that conscription”.
Call for Participation | ISSA Zoom panel, October 8/9, 2020: The Consequences of Covid-19 for Women’s Sport
The aim of this virtual panel is to discuss the potential impacts of the coronavirus crisis on women's sport. When the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic, the majority of sports leagues around the world were cancelled, suspended or postponed. While men’s leagues and championships are now subsequently able to return, the situation appears to be proceeding more slowly for women.
Call for Papers and Participation | 21st Annual International Conference on Sports: Economic, Management, Marketing & Social Aspects | Athens, Greece, May 10–13, 2021. Call ends October 12, 2020
The aim of the conference is to bring together academics and researchers of all areas of sports. Participants can present on sports topics within broad streams of research areas. Areas of interest include (but are not confined to): the Impacts of Olympic Games, Professional Sports, Sport-Scheduling, Sports Tourism, Sports Law, Sports Communication, Sports & Media, Sports & Society, Sport Psychology, Sports Violence, Sports & Education, Sports & Ethics.
Call for Papers | ‘Women in Sport’ | University of Worcester, UK, November 2021. Call ends May 1, 2021
The last decade has seen an upsurge in female participation in sport, with girls and women becoming more visible as participants at grassroots level and celebrated for their competitive achievements at elite level. However, it is true to say that female equality in sport has not yet been achieved. It is also well known that girls and women have not always found it easy to pursue their sporting aspirations.
Call for Papers | Physical Cultures of The Body | A New Virtual Conference, January 15, 2021. Call ends November 6, 2020
The H.J. Lutcher Stark Center for Physical Culture and Sports is proud to announce a virtual conference focused on historical and other humanities-based approaches to the study of physical culture. We define physical culture as “the various activities people have employed over the centuries to strengthen their bodies, enhance their physiques, increase their endurance, improve their health, fight against aging, and become better athletes.”
The Department of Sport Sciences at Malmö university, in collaboration with SVEBI, has the pleasure of inviting the Scandinavian sport science community to a series of digital seminars on November 18–20, 2020. This digital meetup will work as a pre-event for the SVEBI conference that will be hosted at Malmö University on 17–19 November 2021. We see the event as a terrific opportunity for the sport science community to meet – albeit digitally – and exchange experiences.