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Vacancies | 17 fully funded PhD studentships in Sport Ethics and Integrity, to The Doctoral Training Network in Sport Ethics and Integrity (DAiSI). Apply no later than September 11,...
Each of the 17 research projects is an interdisciplinary combination of ethical, legal, and social dimensions. Joint degree PhDs will be awarded to the successful candidates by two of the consortium partners. Moreover, each project is characterised by joint supervision reflecting this philosophy and is supported by one or more prestigious sport or sport related institutions: Athletics Integrity Unit; Biathlon Integrity Unit; Federation of International Football Associations; International Olympic Committee, Union of European Football Associations; United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime; and the World Anti-Doping Agency.
Call for Papers | “Global Sports”, Special Session at the 17th Annual International Conference on Global Studies | December 18–21 2023, Athens, Greece. Call ends September 12, 2023
ATINER organizes a Special Session on “Global Sports”, 18-21 December 2023, in Athens, Greece as part of the 17th Annual International Conference on Global Studies. The session will be organized in collaboration with the Pan-Hellenic Association of Sport Economists & Managers (PASEM). The aim of the session is to bring together academics and researchers form all areas of sport studies. Participants can present on sports topics within broad streams of research areas.
Joseph D Lewandowski is a writer, researcher, educator, and avid pugilist. He currently serves as Professor of Philosophy at the University of Central Missouri (USA), and as a member of the editorial board of the Journal of the Philosophy of Sport. Lewandowski is also an Expert Advisor at the Legatum Institute, a globally oriented London-based think tank devoted to lifting people out of poverty by creating pathways to prosperity.
The main topics of this book are the impact and the challenges of metaverse for Health and Training; Sports Law and Rights; Sports Industry, Media and Sports Management; Philosophical and sociological approach; and more. The chapters can be written either in Spanish or in English. The coordinators of the book are Luisa Ávila da Costa, Migle Laukyte and José Luis Pérez Triviño.
Sports Ethics Scholarship for Ph.D. study at FTVS, Charles University, Prague, Czechia. Apply before June 30, 2022
We are developing a Sports Ethics Research Group here at the Faculty of Sport and PE (FTVS) in Charles University, Prague, already with 6 f/t PhDs and 3 p/t. We are now able to offer a further opportunity for full-time doctoral research in Sports Ethics in Prague, beginning in October 2022. The scholarship is funded by Charles University – a 3-4-year full fee-remission bursary, plus a University scholarship of €400/month.
Call for Papers | College Sports and Ethics, an edited collection by Chad Carlson and Shawn E. Klein, published by Lexington Books | Call ends November 1, 2021
This collected volume focuses on foundational ethical issues in college sports, including the fit of intercollegiate sports with the university and the question of professionalism. It will also tackle several important ethical topics that pertain particularly to college sports, such as athletes’ rights and recruitment.It brings together top scholars of sport to examine college sports and analyze the important ethical issues in college sport. We invite you to submit a proposal to contribute as well.
Call for Papers | “Sport and species: How games, sports, and physical culture affect other animals”, Special Issue of Sport, Ethics and Philosophy | Call ends January 15, 2022
This special issue aims to identify and address the fundamental ethical issues related to animal sports and games. It seeks to address whether humans are at all justified in using and involving animals for their sporting and recreational purposes, should the acceptance of animals in these activities be unconstrained, or ought limits to be set on sporting use. What are the duties owed to animals before, during, and after their use in sport? This special issue invites the submission of papers on this topic.
John T. Wendt serves as a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Ethics and Business Law at the University of St Thomas. He holds a Master of Arts and Bachelor of Arts, Summa Cum Laude from the University of Minnesota and a Juris Doctorate from William Mitchell College of Law. His research focuses on sports law, risk management, and the use of performance enhancing drugs. He is also a member of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (Lausanne, Switzerland).
Call for Applications | Sports Ethics Scholarship for Ph.D. study at Charles University, Prague. Closing date: May 31, 2021
We are developing a Sports Ethics Research Group at the Faculty of Sport and PE (FTVS) at Charles University, Prague, and we are now able to offer a doctoral opportunity for research in Sports Ethics, beginning in October 2021, to join a team of 6 researchers. The scholarship is funded by Charles University and MAiSI
Call for Papers | International Association for the Philosophy of Sport Conference | Le Meridien Lav, Split, Croatia, September 21–24, 2021. Call ends April 16, 2021
Abstracts are welcome on any area of philosophy of sport (broadly construed), including metaphysics, epistemology, aesthetics, and ethics, and from any theoretical approach, including analytic philosophy and critical theory. While IAPS recognizes, values, and encourages interdisciplinary approaches and methodologies, acceptance is contingent on the philosophical content of the project. Emerging scholars are encouraged to submit works in progress.
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