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    Call for Participation | “(Il)liberal Nation Projection Through Sport, Culture, Entertainment, and International Broadcasting”. Hybrid symposium | University of Manchester, October 21–22, 2022

    The concept of ‘nation projection’ subsumes classic public and cultural diplomacy efforts and ‘soft power’ activities, such as the hosting of sport and entertainment events. The term also refers to state-sponsored campaigns of external influence activities including international broadcasting and covert meddling in the affairs of foreign states. This hybrid symposium will expand on debates and bring together comparative perspectives on how nation projection differs. 

    Journal of Sports Media, Volume 16, 2021, Number 2

    JSM provides a broad-based exploration of the field and promotes a greater understanding of sports media in terms of their practices, value, and effect on the culture as a whole. The journal features scholarly articles, essays, book reviews, and reports on major conferences and seminars. Editor’s pick from the current issue: The "Mighty Kacy" Effect? American Ninja Warrior and the Elevation of Women Athletes by Kevin Hull, Andrew Billings, Lauren Schwartz.

    Call for Papers | “Media, Society and Cycling Cultures”, Special Issue of Eracle. Journal of Sport and Social Sciences. Call ends March 31, 2022

    The interdisciplinary field of study ‘Cycling and Society’ represents a part of mobility studies. Cycling studies start from a critique of ‘automobility’, the dominant paradigm of contemporary mobility. They try to outline post-car mobility scenarios and focus on ’velomobility’. With the aim of contributing to this field of study, this call for papers invites articles focusing on the increasing mediatization and platformization of the experience of cycling.

    Journal of Sports Media, Volume 16, 2021, Number 1

    JSM provides a broad-based exploration of the field and promotes a greater understanding of sports media in terms of their practices, value, and effect on the culture as a whole. The journal features scholarly articles, essays, book reviews, and reports on major conferences and seminars. Editor’s pick from the current issue: Hoping for a Hail Mary: A Critical Feminist Analysis of the NFL’s Post-Rice Tactics by Nicole Cox, Lauren DeCarvalho.

    Journal of Sports Media, Volume 15, 2020, Number 2 | The Future of Sports Media in the Digital Age

    JSM provides a broad-based exploration of the field and promotes a greater understanding of sports media in terms of their practices, value, and effect on the culture as a whole. The journal features scholarly articles, essays, book reviews, and reports on major conferences and seminars. Editor’s pick from the current issue: How Newspapers Can Get Inspired by The Athletic by Benoit Delhauteur.

    Journal of Sports Media, Volume 15, 2020, Number 1

    JSM provides a broad-based exploration of the field and promotes a greater understanding of sports media in terms of their practices, value, and effect on the culture as a whole. The journal features scholarly articles, essays, book reviews, and reports on major conferences and seminars. Editor’s pick from the current issue: “The Man South Africa Forgot”: Media Construction and Redemption of Postapartheid Hero Josia Thugwane by Travis R. Bell and Roxane Coche.

    Journal of Sports Media, Volume 14, 2019, Numbers 1–2

    JSM provides a broad-based exploration of the field and promotes a greater understanding of sports media in terms of their practices, value, and effect on the culture as a whole. The journal features scholarly articles, essays, book reviews, and reports on major conferences and seminars. Editor’s pick from the current issue: GAY TALESE AND FLOYD PATTERSON: CONSTRUCTING A LIMINAL HERO FOR AN AMBIVALENT AGE by Phillip J. Hutchison.

    Call for Papers | Summit on Communication and Sport | St. Petersburg, FL, April 2–5, 2020. Call ends October 25, 2019

    We invite you to consider presenting at the 2020 Summit on Communication and Sport. The IACS Summit is the only standalone conference for communication researchers interested in exploring sport from diverse critical, methodological, and multi-disciplinary perspectives. We encourage you to submit papers that confirm, question, or critique the role of communication and sport on the horizon of a new decade.

    Call for Papers | Playing at the Boundaries: An Interdisciplinary Forum on Play in Children’s Literature, Media and Culture | University of Cambridge, September 12–14. 2019. Call ends February...

    We encourage scholars from the fields of children’s literature, screen studies, games studies, media and communication, material culture and, of course, scholars studying play from both theoretical and empirical perspectives, to join us in considering the latent metacritical potentials of play and its diverse modes and forms in bridging disciplinary divides.

    Ph.D. Studentship | New approaches to the study of representations of sportswomen and/or femininity in British sports media | Northumbria University. Apply before January 9, 2019

    The aim of this project is to investigate the contemporary socio-cultural construction of female identity in the sports sector through the representations of female athletes and/or female non-athletes in the coverage of men’s sport. It can draw on inter-disciplinary conceptual approaches and theoretical tools (including, but not limited to, sociology, cultural studies, human geography and politics).
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