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Olimpianos – Journal of Olympic Studies, Vol 4, 2020 | Tokyo Olympic Games: postponement or cancellation?
The purpose of Olimpianos – Journal of Olympic Studies is to provide a channel for communication and academic dissemination within Olympic and paralympic studies. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: POSTPONING THE TOKYO 2020 OLYMPIC GAMES: STRESS-TESTING GOVERNANCE IN THE OLYMPIC SYSTEM AND LIMITATIONS TO AGENDA 2020 by Marjorie Enya, Mateus Nagime, Dominik Gusia.
Call for Papers | The 3rd annual conference for the Center for Sociocultural Sport and Olympic Research (CSSOR) | California State University, Fullerton, March 27–28, 2020. Call ends December...
The CSSOR Program Committee welcomes high quality academic work on either the Olympic Movement or broader sport studies topics such as race, gender, politics, legacy, youth, or disability. Scholars in the fields of history, philosophy, management, communication, ancient and modern languages, literature, visual and performing arts, anthropology, sociology, cultural studies, economics, marketing, and law are encouraged to submit proposals or attend the conference.
The purpose of Olimpianos – Journal of Olympic Studies is to provide a channel for communication and academic dissemination within Olympic and Paralympic studies. The scope s directed in 3 broad areas, humanities and Olympic Studies, governance and Olympic Studies, and communication, marketing and Olympic studies. The journal is Open Access.
Call fo Papers | 10th International Sport Business Symposium | Tokyo, Japan, during the XXXII. Olympic Summer Games, August 4, 2020. Call ends November 30, 2019
Papers about Olympic media, legacy, tourism, consumers, organizations, finance, economics, environment, Paralympics, politics and other Olympic-related topics for a double-blind review process are welcome. Everything related to sustainability and in particular to the environmental sustainability is in particular welcome. The official language for abstracts and the symposium is English.
Call for Papers | “Emerging Technologies and Emerging Sports” – International Symposium for Olympic and Paralympic Research | Toyo University, Tokyo, Japan, July 17–18, 2020. Call ends January 30,...
Scholars, researchers, students, and professionals interested in the socio-cultural study of the modern Olympic and Paralympic Games are invited to submit abstracts. Papers in the areas of history, sociology, anthropology, philosophy, political science, cultural studies, and sport management, as well as other disciplines that contribute to our cultural understanding of the Games are particularly encouraged.
Call for Papers and Participation | 20th Annual International Conference on Sports: Economic, Management, Marketing & Social Aspects | Athens, Greece, May 11–14, 2020. Call ends October 7, 2019
The Sport, Exercise, & Kinesiology Unit of ATINER was established in 1995 as an independent world association of sports scholars. Its mission is to act as a forum where academics in the field from all over the world can meet and exchange ideas on their research. The aim of the conference is to bring together academics and researchers to present on sports topics within broad streams of research areas.
Olympika: The International Journal of Olympic Studies invites scholarly papers, research notes, review articles, and other items relating to the historical, sociological, philosophical, anthropological, and management dimensions of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, and the Olympic Movement.
Call for Papers | Congress of Youth and Winter Sports 2020 | Univerity of Lausanne, January 7–8, 2020. Call ends July 1, 2019
The congress offers the opportunity for researchers, sport staff and students to analyse “Youth and Winter Sports” in a multidisciplinary scientific program. Sessions and workshops will focus on specific sport, on important topics or on professional practices. It will give opportunities for researchers, practitioners and sports organisation’s staff to meet and debate.
Jörg Krieger is a German sport historian, working as Assistant Professor for Sport and Social Science at Aarhus University in Denmark. In his research, he explores the policies and attitudes of sport organizations and their leaders in their attempts to combat challenging issues such as doping and corruption. Jörg’s current research focus is on the socio-political history of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).
We invite scholars to submit articles for our inaugural issues, slated for release in Spring and Fall of 2020. The JOS will publish academic work on the Olympic and Paralympic Movements from scholars in the fields of history, philosophy, management, sociology, communication, classics, literature, anthropology, cultural studies, economics, marketing, and law.