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    Call for Papers | The Future of Football: Mapping Progress and Alternatives | A hybrid symposium hosted by the Social Identities and Inequalities Research Group at Solent University, June...

    As European football continues to expand into new global territories, emergent debates concerning the future of the game have revealed new questions, new challenges, and new opportunities to those studying the politics, culture, economics, and sociology of the game in all its different forms. We would also like to extend an invitation to scholars working within the field of critical football studies to submit papers that speak to emerging debates.

    Call for Papers | Fourth Annual Interdisciplinary Sport & Discrimination Conference | Solent University, Southampton, September 4, 2019. Call ends May 31, 2019

    The conference welcomes and encourages submissions from academics, postgraduates and policy makers who wish to present papers making empirical, conceptual and theoretical contributions. Fitting with the theme of the keynote speakers, we especially welcome any submissions covering sexism and antisemitism.

    Sport Scholar Profile | Russell Holden, Southampton Solent University

    Russell Holden is a lecturer, writer, researcher and broadcaster having written and taught widely on the sociology of sport, with a particular interest in the role and value of cricket in contemporary life. He launched In the Zone Sport and Politics Consultancy, an organization based in Wales, working both in the UK and overseas, which is dedicated to exploring the many and varied interconnections between sport and politics, straddling issues of identity, nationalism, human rights, gender and reconciliation.
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