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    STADION. International Journal of the History of Sport, Vol. 43, 2019, Issue 2

    STADION serves as scholarly platform for well-known historians, but also scholars of other disciplines, such as anthropology, archaeology, education, sociology and philosophy. STADION is aimed both at experts and at all those who strive for a deeper and more differentiated understanding of sport, play, physical education and physical culture from an historical perspective.

    STADION. International Journal of the History of Sport, Vol. 43, 2019, Issue 1

    STADION serves as scholarly platform for well-known historians, but also scholars of other disciplines, such as anthropology, archaeology, education, sociology and philosophy. STADION is aimed both at experts and at all those who strive for a deeper and more differentiated understanding of sport, play, physical education and physical culture from an historical perspective.

    Excellent study of development of football in Europe during the Second World War

    In the anthology European Football During the Second World War: Training and Entertainment, Ideology and Propaganda by Markwart Herzog and Fabian Brändle, an international team of authors examines the development of football during the Second World War in a dozen European states. Our reviewer is Alon K. Raab, who finds the book comprehensive and important.

    A remastering of European football’s “greatest hits”, albeit with some original approaches

    In our ambition to cover the whole book series ”Football Research in an Enlarged Europe”, we asked Matthew L. McDowell for a review of the 2015 edited volume European Football and Collective Memory by Wolfram Pyta & Nils Havemann (Palgrave Macmillan). Our reviewer finds an uneven collection that’s still relevant for analyses of European football and for football as a metaphor for the European project.

    Fyllig, faktarik och fördjupad historik över fotbollsvärldsmästerskapen

    Ett nyligt gräv bland gamla recensionsböcker frambringade vad som närmast får betraktas som ett fotbollshistoriskt fynd. 2014 utgavs The FIFA World Cup 1930–2010: Politics, Commerce, Spectacle and Identities, sammanställd av Stefan Rinke & Kay Schiller (Wallstein Verlag). Birger Hedén hade turen att få recensionsexemplaret av boken, och han använde det väl.

    Women’s football in a man’s world – a never-ending story of subordination

    Lise Joern reviews a collected volume from the impressive “Football Research in an Enlarged Europe” series at Palgrave Macmillan, Female Football Players and Fans: Intruding into a Man’s World, edited by Gertrud Pfister and Stacey Pope. She appreciates the book and its contributions but ends on a note of pessimism about the situation for women’s football and its fans.
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