“”Make profession of historian” of sport, body, physical education and physical practices: (re)thinking the profession in the work of time”, coordinated by Noémie Beltramo and Jean Bréhon, University of Artois (France)
CfP Italian Journal of Health Education, Sports and Inclusive Didactics
Special issue: OF BODIES, IN BODIES, BETWEEN BODIES PERFORMATIVE ARTS and EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
Contributions will be written in English, French and Spanish and will be accompanied by a short summary, in Italian, and an abstract, in English.
The editors will provide authors with an English translation or correction service. For further information please contact: email@example.com
DEADLINE – article submission by: 30/10/2022
The Institute of Sport Sciences of the University of Lausanne (ISSUL) invites you to the international study days devoted to university sport history. The event is taking place on 1 June 2022. It is organised with the sponsorship of the International University Sports Federation (FISU) and in partnership with the GERME (Study and Research Group on Student Movements) and the Cité des mémoires étudiantes (Paris).
To attend online, please subscribe at firstname.lastname@example.org. The link will be sent on 31 May.
The Centre for Olympic Studies & the Globalisation of Sport of the University of Lausanne and its director Prof. Patrick Clastres are pleased to invite you to the sixth session of the webinar Building bridges within and outside the history of sport which will take place on Wednesday 11 May 2022, from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm.
The guest speaker will be Andreas Praher, PhD in Contemporary History at the University of Salzburg (Austria) and Research Associate in History at University of Linz (Austria). He will present his doctoral thesis in 2019 Austrian skiing in national socialism. Adaption-persecution-collaboration. Andreas Praher’s discussant will be Christof Thöny, teacher of religion and history at the federal high school in Bludenz and archivist of the city of Bludenz (Austria)
To follow the webinar, please register with email@example.com.
A Zoom link with the access code will be provided to follow the conference.
KU Leuven will give an honorary doctorate to Tommie Smith & John Carlos on Thursday 23 June 2022.
Please welcome at this event, as announced hereunder the ceremony will be live-streamed (5 pm CEST).
People who register for the live-stream will receive a personal confirmation including entrance link and practical details.
You can find information and register here :
or view the web version
CESH and ISHPES recognize the impact that the atrocities of war have on the pleasure of enjoying and researching sport. We stand in solidarity with our colleagues in Ukraine and all those impacted by this conflict.
Please find attache the CfP from RERIS, to be held in Warsaw, 26-28 August 2022.
The event will now be organised online.
The Centre for Olympic Studies & the Globalisation of Sport of the University of Lausanne and its director Prof. Patrick Clastres are pleased to invite you to the webinar Building bridges within and outside the history of sport ((see attached pdf). Each seminar will take place in English, from 4:30 to 6:30 pm Zurich hour, and will include a presentation of the thesis (45mn), a talk by a discussant (15mn) and a question and answer session (45mn).
The CEOGS/UNIL seminar aims to bring together PhDs who have recently defended their thesis in the history of sport across the continental distances that separate them. It also aims to allow them to exchange with more experienced researchers, who will be their discussants, and with an international audience of listeners, and thus to make their work better known on a global scale in a convivial atmosphere. This webinar will provide a space for dialogue between national historiographies that often misunderstand each other and that are correlated to different disciplinary fields (history, international relations, political sciences, sport and body movement sciences, colonial and post-colonial studies, gender studies, subaltern studies, cultural studies, visual studies, area studies…).
Finally, the sessions will be built around the virtuous circle that must link empirical approaches, concepts and theories of history. Particular attention will be paid to the internal and external criticism of sources, to the articulation between the narrative that these sources allow and the historical contexts that encompass it, and to the singularity of the history of sport in relation to other forms and objects of historical writing.
Our collective ambition will be to contribute to bringing the history of sport out of its isolation and give it its rightful place in the historiography of contemporary societies: a place that is neither marginal nor central.
To follow the webinar, please register with Raphaël Benbouhou: firstname.lastname@example.org. A Zoom link with the access code will be provided to follow the conference.
NEW ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE : 15 MAY 2022
We are pleased to announce the next congress of our committee, organised in Bucharest by our colleague Pompiliu-Nicolae Constantin in September 2022. You can now submit your proposals for papers. For more information, please consult the attached document or the congress website at cesh2022.unefs.ro
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