The International Journal of the History of Sport, Volume 35, 2018, Issue 11


Open Access
Who Counts as a Migrant Footballer? A Critical Reflection and Alternative Approach to Migrant Football Players on National Teams at the World Cup, 1930–2018
Gijs van Campenhout, Jacco van Sterkenburg & Gijsbert Oonk
Pages: 1071-1090

Rogge’s Games: Establishing the Youth Olympic Games as a New Event in the Olympic Movement
Svein Erik Nordhagen & Jon Helge Lesjø
Pages: 1091-1110

The Emergence and Transformations of the World Cup for the Homeless: From the Excitement of Soccer to Managerial Decisions between 2003 and 2012
Michaël Attali, Fernando Segura M. Trejo & Jonathan Magee
Pages: 1111-1129

Defining an Organizational Role in a Contested Field: The Evolution of UNESCO’s Approach to Physical Education
Christina Uhlenbrock & Henk Erik Meier
Pages: 1130-1148

‘Where Cassius Clay Ends, Muhammad Ali Begins’: Sportspeople, Political Activism, and Methodology
Stephen Townsend, Gary Osmond & Murray G. Phillips
Pages: 1149-1175

Intellectuals and Warriors: The Ideological and Political Basis of Francoist University Sport, 1933–1946
Raquel Mirabet & Xavier Pujadas
Pages: 1176-1197

Book Reviews

In Safe Hands: Presidents of the Port Melbourne Football Club, by Terry Keenan
Bruce Kennedy
Page: 1198

Cricket: A Political History of the Global Game, 1945–2017, by Stephen Wagg
Stephen Hedges
Pages: 1199-1200

No Umpires in This Game: The Victorian Football League During Two World Wars, by Bruce Coe and Bruce Kennedy
Xavier Fowler
Pages: 1200-1202

Four Histories about Early Dutch Football, 1910–1920: Constructing Discourses, by Nicholas Piercey
Jelle Zondag
Pages: 1202-1203

Following the Ball: The Migration of African Soccer Players Across the Portuguese Colonial Empire, 1949–1975, by Todd Cleveland
Kraig Larkin
Pages: 1203-1205

ROAR: The Stories Behind AFLW — A Movement Bigger Than Sport, by Samantha Lane
Kasey Symons
Pages: 1205-1207

Embodied Nation: Sport, Masculinity, and the Making of Modern Laos, by Simon Creak
Malcolm MacLean
Pages: 1207-1209

BBC Sport in Black and White, by Richard Haynes
Jon Gemmell
Pages: 1209-1211

Historia del Polo en España (1870–1970), by Elma Caballero González-Gordon
Rodrigo Pardo
Pages: 1211-1212

Irish Soccer Migrants: A Social and Cultural History, by Conor Curran
Conor Heffernan
Pages: 1212-1214

The Feminization of Sports Fandom: A Sociological Study, by Stacey Pope
Helena Byrne
Pages: 1214-1215
Published online: 17 Mar 2019

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