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Call for Participation | Workshop: Women and Mountaineering| Frauenmuseum Hittisau, November 21–23, 2018.
Over the course of its development mountaineering/alpinism has experienced an outstanding linking with male values and concepts of (heroic) masculinity. As a result women mountaineers and their achievements were marginalized or downright disregarded. These lectures will be published in a special edition of the “International Journal of the History of Sport”.
Call for Papers | “Disrupting the Good Intentions of Sport (as a Tool for Inclusion and Integration)” | Linköping University, August 15–17 2018. Call ends February 4, 2018
Sport has been proposed as a potential facilitator for ‘integration’ and ‘social inclusion’ of migrant populations into hosting countries. In this workshop, we welcome papers that are investigating the field of sport and physical activity through a critical lens, highlighting the challenges within existing traditions and working towards inclusive and participatory practices.
Call for Papers | “The Rise of International Sport on the Arab Peninsula: Politics, Art, Ethics” | 9th Gulf Research Meeting, University of Cambridge, UK, July 31-August 3, 2018....
The accelerated rate of modernization on the Peninsula allows little room for error, and the vast wealth being invested in the infrastructure for art and sport on the Peninsula is sobering. The workshop will bring a critical perspective to the rise of regional and international sport on the Peninsula, as well as open lines of inquiry on this development among scholars from across the disciplines.
I en gemensam workshop om jämställdhet och idrott delar deltagare med sig av erfarenheter och arbetsformer, och ringar in särskilt viktiga områden för framtida insatser. Bakgrunden är att jämställdhetsarbetet inom idrotten går trögt och att destruktiva manlighetsnormer fortfarande dominerar.
Call for Papers | Workshop: Austerity Measures and Economic Recession: Financial Constraints in Sport | European Association for Sport Management Conference, 7–10th September, 2016, Warsaw, Poland
The overarching purpose of this workshop is to gather theoretical and practical perspectives on the impact of austerity measures on the sport sector within the Eurozone. Historical and critical “memories and identities” of the Eurozone as related to funding mechanisms of sport are also going to discussed.
EASM invites sport management scholars to organise Workshops on various sub-themes of sport management at the 24th EASM Conference in 2016. The conference theme will be “Memories and identities in sport management in Europe”.
Why would an athlete who has a new born baby, a loving husband, and a seemingly thriving sport career try to end her life by attempting suicide? Why might another successful athlete, who regularly wins international championships, experience life as a roller coaster, where mood swings cause them to self-harm?
Call for Participation | Power and Corruption: Sporting Mega-Events, International Sports Organisations and the Future of Sport | Mansfield College, Oxford, UK, Sept. 23, 2015
The workshop is a space to share work, grapple with ideas and ask questions. Discussions will be driven by two key questions: how does power corrupt international sport and sports mega-events? And how can modern, international sport reform itself?
Workshop submissions now being accepted for “The Business and Management of Sport in the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) Region” Workshop, EASM 2015
The Business and Management of Sport in the Middle East and North Africa Region Sport in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is growing both in prominence and in stature, most potently symbolised by Qatar winning the right to stage the 2022 FIFA World Cup. It is estimated that the global sports industry is currently worth between $480...
EASM Annual Conference 2015 Workshop Proposal: “The Business and Management of Sport in the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) Region”
Countries in the MENA region are using sport as a means of promoting economic, commercial and industrial development; as a means of promoting active lifestyles and good health; and as a means of fostering social cohesion and the generation of a shared national identity e.g. Qatar through its 2030 Industrial Vision.
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