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Call for Papers | “War, Peace, and Sport”, Special Issue of Journal of War and Culture Studies. Call ends June 1, 2020
To this day, and around the globe, the language and rituals of many sports and their associated cultural practices continue to be influenced by the adversarial structures of warfare whilst being promoted as regulated encounters that promote mutual understanding and tolerance. The Special Issue invites submissions of individual articles of up to 8000 words that explore the complex relationship between war, peace and sport in culture.
Call for Papers | “War, Peace, and Sport”. Special Issue of the Journal of War and Culture Studies. Call ends May 1, 2020
The Journal of War and Culture Studies seeks submissions for a special issue exploring the relationship between war, peace and sport from the nineteenth century to the present day. At various points in human history, but most notably perhaps in the late nineteenth century, sport has been conceived as a means of preparing young, usually male bodies and minds for combat.
Much of the research on the relationship between sport and masculinity in the 20th century documented how heterosexual men and boys were regulated by an orthodox form of masculinity. This handbook is intended to further examine the changing relationship between contemporary sports (broadly conceived) and masculinities.
Call for Papers | “Boys and Contemporary Global Youth Sport” | Special issue of Boyhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal
This call for papers seeks manuscripts that address the contemporary intersection of boys and youth sport to be published in the Spring 2017 issue of Boyhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal. Evidence-based papers from a variety of fields are welcome; international and compara- tive contributions are especially welcomed.
I en gemensam workshop om jämställdhet och idrott delar deltagare med sig av erfarenheter och arbetsformer, och ringar in särskilt viktiga områden för framtida insatser. Bakgrunden är att jämställdhetsarbetet inom idrotten går trögt och att destruktiva manlighetsnormer fortfarande dominerar.