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    International Journal of Play, Volume 11, 2022, Issue 1 | Play: Resilience and Vulnerability in Difficult Circumstances, pt. 2

    IJP aims to provide an international forum for mono- and multi-disciplinary papers and scholarly debate on all aspects of play theory, policy and practice from across the globe and across the lifespan, and in all kinds of cultural settings, institutions and communities. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Navigating play in a pandemic: examining children’s outdoor neighborhood play experiences by Cassie J. Brownell.

    International Journal of Play, Volume 10, 2021, Issue 4 | Play: Resilience and Vulnerability in Difficult Circumstances

    IJP aims to provide an international forum for mono- and multi-disciplinary papers and scholarly debate on all aspects of play theory, policy and practice from across the globe and across the lifespan, and in all kinds of cultural settings, institutions and communities. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Liberated through teddy bears: resistance, resourcefulness, and resilience in toy play during the COVID-19 pandemic by Katriina Heljakka (open access)i.

    International Journal of Play, Volume 10, 2021, Issue 3

    IJP aims to provide an international forum for mono- and multi-disciplinary papers and scholarly debate on all aspects of play theory, policy and practice from across the globe and across the lifespan, and in all kinds of cultural settings, institutions and communities. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: In defense of play: children’s play preferences and thoughts about play prohibition by Nilgün Cevher-Kalburan & Asiye İvrendi.

    International Journal of Play, Volume 10, 2021, Issue 2 | The Play Scholarship of Yrjö Hirn

    IJP aims to provide an international forum for mono- and multi-disciplinary papers and scholarly debate on all aspects of play theory, policy and practice from across the globe and across the lifespan, and in all kinds of cultural settings, institutions and communities. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: This is no Child’s Play: Yrjo Hirn, savage slots and other anthropological hernias by Osei Alleyne.

    International Journal of Play, Volume 10, 2021, Issue 1

    ILP aims to provide an international forum for mono- and multi-disciplinary papers and scholarly debate on all aspects of play theory, policy and practice from across the globe and across the lifespan, and in all kinds of cultural settings, institutions and communities. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: ADVANTAGES OF MIXED-AGE FREE PLAY IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: PERCEPTIONS OF STUDENTS, TEACHERS, AND PARENTS by Heather Macpherson Parrott & Lynn E. Cohen.

    International Journal of Play, Volume 9, 2020, Issue 1 | The Neuroscience of Play: Honoring the Life’s Work of Jaak Panksepp

    ILP aims to provide an international forum for mono- and multi-disciplinary papers and scholarly debate on all aspects of play theory, policy and practice from across the globe and across the lifespan, and in all kinds of cultural settings, institutions and communities. Editor’s pick from the current issue: BUILDING EXECUTIVE FUNCTION IN PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN THROUGH PLAY: A CURRICULUM by Lara A. Coelho, Alycia N. Amatto, Claudia L.R. Gonzalez & Robbin L. Gibb

    Call for Papers | Frontiers Research Topic: “Traditional Sporting Games and Play: Enhancing Cultural Diversity, Emotional Well-being, Interpersonal Relationships and Intelligent Decisions”. Call ends April 30, 2020

    In this Research Topic we aim to gather scientific evidence about the potential of Traditional Sporting Games and Play in promoting cultural diversity, emotional well-being, peace education, social inclusion, equal opportunities and intelligent decision learning. We encourage contributors to present their studies considering any field from different theoretical paradigms, as well as innovative research designs.

    Sport Scholar Profile | Shawn E. Klein, Arizona State University

    Shawn E. Klein specializes in ethics, popular culture, and the philosophy of sport. He is the editor of several books including "Defining Sport: Conceptions and Borderlines" (Lexington, 2016) "Steve Jobs and Philosophy: For Those Who Think Different" (Open Court, 2015), and "Harry Potter and Philosophy: If Aristotle Ran Hogwarts" (Open Court, 2004).

    Call for Participation | “The future of research in Body Culture and Play”. In memoriam Henning Eichberg | University of Southern Denmark, November 2, 2018. Call ends October 24,...

    Henning Eichberg passed away on the 22nd of April, 2017. His last book, Play in Philosophy and Social Thought, was posthumously published in August 2018 by Routledge, edited by Signe Højbjerre Larsen. To celebrate the publication, to remember Henning Eichberg, and to discuss his concept of and research in body culture and play, we are hosting a seminar on Friday the 2nd of November.

    Call for Papers | Philosophy at Play | 11–12 April 2017, University of Gloucestershire

    This conference hopes to continue an epistemological and paradigmatic bridge-building. We therefore seek proposals for papers to be presented at the conference. There is no set theme for the conference and the Academic Committee will consider all proposals. In the past, the range has been wide and we seek to continue this.
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