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Call for Paper | “Sport, Leisure, and Sustainability”, Special Issue of the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health | Call ends May 31, 2021
For this Special Issue, we seek theoretically and empirically sound examinations of sport, leisure, and sustainability. We conceptualize sustainability to consist of issues related to the environment, economics, and equity. 2020 has illuminated potentially unsustainable practices in sport and leisure. Flooding as a result of climate change, wild fires in the Western United States, and COVID-19.
Lediga platser | Postdoktor i idrottsvetenskap inom Mistra-projektet, till Malmö universitet | Ansök senast midsommardagen, den 20 juni 2020
Som postdoc kommer du att bedriva historisk forskning i ett projekt inriktat på idrott och friluftsliv i ett brett samhällsperspektiv med fokus på miljö och hållbarhet. Den specifika forskningsuppgiften formas i dialog med en forskningsgrupp, som består huvudsakligen av historiker, samt samverkanspartners inom forskningsporgrammet Mistra Sport & Outdoors, ett tvärvetenskapligt forskningsprogram finansierat av Stiftelsen för miljöstrategisk forskning, Mistra.
Call for Papers | “Landscape, Sport, Environment: The Spaces of Sport from the Early Modern Period to Today”, the 2019 Garden and Landscape Studies Symposium | Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, DC,...
The symposium seeks to address this lack of knowledge, exploring the design of different sport and recreational landscapes over time and how they have given expression to various understandings of nature and culture. What are the relationships between sport landscapes and their environment? What is the relationship between the site itself and the culture of sports and recreation embedded within it?
Call for Papers | “Creating and Managing a Sustainable Sporting Future” | Special issue of Managing Sport and Leisure. Call ends February 8, 2018
Seeking a wider range of outcomes through sport-based interventions and establishment of partnerships with non-sport sectors is characteristic of policy aspirations internationally. This special issue seeks to uncover the global challenges in terms of managing the re-orientation of stakeholder activities and organisational strategies in response to such re-alignment of sport policy.
Vacancy | Research Associate in Sport, Culture & Education for Sustainable Development | Loughborough University
A Research Associate is required to work on an exciting, ESRC-funded project studying the role of sport, cultural and educational programmes in promoting sustainable development. As part of our research team, you will undertake research into the organisation and delivery of these programmes in three international locations (Cape Verde, Nepal and Timor Leste).
Call for Papers | SVEBI’s konferens 2015 – Hållbar idrott | Linnéuniversitetet i Växjö den 11–12 november
Linnéuniversitetet hälsar lärare och forskare vid landets universitet och högskolor, idrottsledare, lärare i idrott och hälsa, och andra intresserade varmt välkomna till idrottskonferensen SVEBI 2015.
Sustainable development has become an essential political, social, economic and environmental target in society. The Department of Sport Sciences at Malmö University focuses on the relation sport and society – and its relation to social change – as an overall aim for all academic activities. Sustainable development is a crucial issue facing the world today, and sport studies and...
Reflective Practice, Special Issue: “Sustainability in high performance sport: current practices – future directions”
Scholars from the Department of Food and Nutrition, and Sport Science, University of Gothenburg, are dominating the table of content in a Special Issue of Reflective Practice, on “Sustainability in high performance sport”.
Call for Papers: “Football, Community and Sustainability” – The 2nd Annual MMU Football Conference, June 13-14, 2013
The 2nd annual Football and Community conference will be held at Manchester Metropolitan University on 13th and 14th June 2013, arranged by Manchester Metropolitan University Football Cluster (MMUFC) in association with National Football Museum. Following the success of last year’s inaugural event, the value of regularly bringing together the latest in research, theory and practice from a range of disciplines and various local, national...