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    Call for Participation | Doing, Writing, Thinking Sport History | Ph.D. student course, University of Lausanne, September 8–12 2019. Call ends April 30, 2019

    This course aims to provide a unique environment for PhD students who seek to develop skills around sport history, and to improve their network in the field. Lectures given by leading experts will cover specific methodological aspects and new issues in the field of sport history. Participants will also have the opportunity to present and discuss their own research in specific sessions.

    Associate professor or tenure-track assistant professor to the rank of an associate professor to the University of Lausanne. Application deadline is October 1, 2018

    The post-holder will work 45% on her/his own research in the field of management/ economics of sport and leisure. S/he will be expected to produce high-quality academic publications. S/he must be able to work cooperatively within the Institute of Sports Studies at the University of Lausanne (ISSUL) and develop collaborative relationships with other Faculties.

    PhD position for research on doping and professional cycling at Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lausanne

    The main research area is about doping in elite road cycling. The data collection and analysis are mainly qualitative (interviews with riders, sports directors, trainers, physicians) and relate to: the interplay between riders’ socialisation and teams’ organisation, the careers in elite cycling, the production of performance, the physical preparation, the use of pharmacological products (e.g. doping).

    Full Professor in Sports History to the University of Lausanne

    The successful candidate will work collaboratively to develop studies in the specialised fields designated as pertinent in the Faculty (Research Sport Group of the University of Lausanne Institute of Sport Sciences (ISSUL) and the Centre of international history and of political studies of the globalisation (CHRIM).
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