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Call for Papers | “Leisure Identities, Health and Wellbeing”, Leisure Studies Association Virtual Conference 2021 | Hosted by Solent University, July 6–8, 2021. Call ends March 5, 2021
Solent University is delighted to be hosting the 2021 Leisure Studies Association Virtual Conference focusing on leisure identities, health and wellbeing.We welcome scholars from a range of disciplines, as well as practitioners, to Solent University to discuss: 'What role does leisure play in addressing 'healthy' identities, for who, and for what purpose?’ The conference will take place online - further details to follow.
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 Abstracts | “Leisure Pasts, Presents and Futures” – Leisure Studies Association Annual Conference 2020 | Manchester Metropolitan University, July 7–9, 2020. Call ends January 17, 2020
The Leisure Studies Association is delighted to open the first call for abstracts for its annual conference in 2020. The conference offers the opportunity to explore leisure from a range of disciplinary perspectives, and to learn from industry and policy practitioners. We welcome submissions that address the core themes of the conference: leisure pasts, presents and futures, and are open to those that address any other area of leisure research, teaching and practice.
Call for Papers | ‘Changing Lives through Leisure’ | Leisure Studies Association Conference, Abertay University, July 9–11, 2019. Call ends March 1, 2019
We are now accepting abstracts for conference presentations for the 2019 Leisure Studies Association Conference. The diverse nature of leisure has the potential to change lives. This conference focuses on how leisure changes lives through research, education and practice. Abstracts of no more than 300 words should be provided on a Microsoft Word document.
Call for Papers | The 2019 Australian and New Zealand Association for Leisure Studies (ANZALS) Conference | Queenstown, New Zealand, December 10–13, 2019. Call ends March 31, 2019
The conference theme is 'The Diversity of Leisure' and we call for contributions that highlight the breadth and depth of research and industry experience in the area of leisure and leisure studies. This theme was deliberately chosen as we wish to encourage a diverse mix of scholars to participate, and showcase the wide variety of leisure-related research being carried out across disciplinary boundaries.
Call for Papers | “Mobilising Change: Creative and Critical Leisure Practices in the Post-Disciplinary Era” | Leisure Studies Association (LSA) Annual Conference July 10–13, 2018, University of Bath (UK)....
The conference seeks to mobilise critical and creative insights, relationships and collaborations between academics, and also with non-academic participants who have been involved in co-created research (artists, activists, policy makers and professionals).
Call for Papers | Human-Animal Interactions in Tourism, Events, Leisure Spaces | Critical Tourism Studies Conference, Palma de Mallorca, 25–29 June, 2017. Call ends 2017-03-31
Humans and non-human animals now play a supportive role in each other's lives, contributing significantly towards mutual wellbeing not only in work, but also in tourism, events, and leisure arenas. This panel seeks to address this gap in knowledge by inviting research which develops greater understanding of human-animal interactions and relations in tourism, events and leisure spaces.
Call for Papers | “Enacting Leisure: Recreating Leisure”, Leisure Studies Association Conference | Leeds Beckett University, UK, 4–6 July 2017
Research in the field of leisure studies emphasises the role played by leisure as part of people’s everyday lives. It requires a measure of reflexivity and an intersectional appreciation of the situatedness of what we study. The aims of this conference are (1) To explore the ways in which leisure has been and is enacted around us; and (2) To explore ways in which leisure, and leisure studies, can be and are being re-created now.
Call for Papers | “Locating Leisure: Blurring Boundaries” | Leisure Studies Association Conference 2016
From art exhibitions, theatre, live music and a wide range of creative events taking place throughout the year, to high adrenaline sport and adventure activities, not forgetting the more serene pursuits that occupy lazy Sundays in the many parks dotted around the city – every possible definition of leisure is represented at the LSA conference.
Call for Papers | European Rivers and Towns Creation, development and perspectives of a (re)newed conquest: Tourism, Leisure, Heritage | Paris, France, July 1–2 2006
This international meeting aims to elucidate the many ways that city dwellers have striven to appropriate rivers and riverbanks for leisure purposes from the 19h century to today. The goal-perspective approach to the conference will be a pluridisciplinary task, seeking to understand the complex circumstances that intersect with several areas and disciplines.
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