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Call for Papers | Leisure and forced migration: Reframing critical analysis of lives lived in the asylum system | Collected volume in Routledge’s “Advancing Leisure Series”. Call ends May...
Building on the contribution of critical leisure studies perspectives on class, gender, race and ethnicity, and migration, we welcome work from multiple disciplinary perspectives, including sociology, cultural geography, gender studies, migration studies, anthropology and the humanities. In particular, we invite contributions from non-western and global south contexts, and from community activists/organizers.
Call for Papers | “Sport Sociology and the Responsibility for Decolonial Praxis: Decolonizing Minds, Indigenizing Hearts”. The 2019 Annual Conference for the North American Society for the Sociology of...
To challenge the ongoing realities of settler colonialism, decolonization starts by becoming critically aware of institutional whiteness, heteropatriarchy, manifestations of racisms and how they work to maintain settler colonialism. This centers Indigenous Peoples’ interests, theory, methodology, pleasures, and desires, and rights since settler colonialism obscures them.
Call for Papers | Histories of Sport and Protest around the African Diaspora. Edited collection. Call ends March 15, 2019
There has been a noticeable upsurge in the scholarship on protest and sport, and this volume will compliment and expand on them to highlight the various ways that sport and sporting spaces have been used and their impact on social, political, and economic issues in and around the Black Atlantic and African Diaspora. The current volume will bring these various sporting protests into conversation.
Call for Papers | Decolonising Sport History | South African Sport Historical Studies Conference, September 15–16, 2017, Stellenbosch University
You are invited to deliver a presentation at the first South African Sport Historical Studies Conference which will take place at the Department of Sport Science, Stellenbosch University on 15 and 16 September 2017 under the auspices of the Department of Sport Science. The proceedings will take place in the form of a round table discussion.