Call for applications for the Summer School in sport sciences (humanities and social sciences). After many Summer Schools in Copenhagen (organized by Gertrud Pfister), Summer School helds at Paris since 2016 with an international pedagogical team.
The meeting between a team of renowned scholars and PhD students from various countries will provide an excellent opportunity learn about state of the art theories and methods, to exchange information, e.g. on research projects, and build an international network.
If you are a PhD student and want to participate, fill out the form: http://acp.u-pem.fr/summer-school-sport/
Deadline for applications: March 1st, 2019
For more information, you can reply by email to Pierre-Olaf Schut at firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for applications: 2019 Summer School First Announcement
The research units L-Vis et LIBM from the University of Lyon1, in partnership with the Association of Francophone Football Researchers (AC2F) organise from 20th to 22th June 2019 an international conference about “Football by and for women”.
Individual propositions and workshop proposals should be submitted before the 7th February 2019 via the following website: https://cdmf2019.sciencesconf.org
For any other information, please contact the organising committee via this email address: colloque-CDMF2019@univ-lyon1.fr
Deadline for abstracts submission: 7th February 2019
Find the CfP here: AAC Colloque-CDMF2019_ENG
Call for papers for the 36th Annual Conference of the Sport Literatura Association, to be held on 19-22 June 2019 in Limoges (France). Deadline: 31st March 2019
Deadline for abstracts submission: 31st March 2019
Find the CfP here: Call For Papers_SLA_ 2019
The next CESH congress will be held in Lausanne (Switzerland), 12-14 Sept. 2019.
The congress website is http://www.unil.ch/cesh2019
The 24th CESH Congress will be held at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal), and organized by Dr. Daniele Serapiglia and the Instituto de História Contemporânea, 9-11 September 2020.
Congratulations for this fantastic project!
It was a great pleasure to be in Bordeaux for the CESH 2018 congress.
Many thanks to Jean-Françoise Loudcher and all his collaborators for this successful congress and to the participants for their contributions to get a so stimulating scientific event. Great experience to organize a joint conference together with the French SFHS.
Here you can see a great summary video on the conference: https://youtu.be/i6KtAIGPrew
We are looking forward to meeting you again in Lausanne next year.
The Directing Council of CESH
On behalf of guest editors of the Sport History Review and our CESH member Dr. Jörg Krieger, we invite all the CESH members to send paper proposals for a Special Issue on “International Federations and National Governing Bodies: The Historical Development of Institutional Policies in Response to Challenging Issues in Sport”.
Find the CfP here: SHR Call for Papers
Find out more information at: https://journals.humankinetics.com/page/news/shr
Our Fellow Uriel Simri, from the Wingate Institute of Physical Education (Israel), has passed away. He was 90 years old.
Arnd Krüger, who personally knew him during the last 40 years, will write an in Memoriam for the CESH journal.
Our best wishes for his family and friends.
Prof. Clastres, University of Lausanne, announces a competition for a doctoral post in Sports History available for 3 years (2018-2021) at the Institute of Sport Sciences. If you are interested, please see the call for applications.
Deadline: 11th of June 2018
Annonce Concours recrutement doctorant-E FNS Histoire du sport P CLASTRES
We proudly announce the publication of the book Horse Racing and British Society in the Long Eighteenth Century by Mike Huggins, CESH president.
Please find below a link to the book:
Recommended by Allen Guttmann, leading American historian of sport who says:
‘Mike Huggins has carried out a prodigious amount of research into primary and secondary sources and used the research to produce a major work of sports history that is really much more than sports history. His study of horse racing is actually a political, economic, social, and cultural interpretation of 18th-century Britain as seen through the prism of its most important sport. He has done a beautiful job of organizing a vast amount of material into a coherent and continually interesting narrative’.