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Special Issue: “A Controversial Half Century of Education Through Sport (1970-2022)”, directed by Jean Saint-Martin (U. of Strasbourg, France)
The editorial committee of the journal ALESDE is pleased to invite you to participate in the special issue dedicated to the history of education through sport (to be published in the second half of 2023).
This special issue critically questions the evolution of education through sport from the 1970s to the present day. It is a matter of questioning particularly the issues underlying the transformations in the teaching of education through sport, whether the teaching of physical education or the evolution of sport in the school institution, as well as education through sports projects developed outside the school institution or within the framework of sports federations and other entities, as well as sports policies.
This special issue will accept articles written in French, Spanish, English, and Portuguese. Abstract before February 28, 2023 (noon).
by Martin Polley
The AHRC-funded Midlands4Cities Doctoral Training Partnership <http://www.midlands4cities.ac.uk> (M4C) brings together eight leading universities across the Midlands to support the professional and personal development of the next generation of arts and humanities doctoral researchers. M4C is a collaboration between the University of Birmingham, Birmingham City University, University of Warwick, Coventry University, University of Leicester, De Montfort University, Nottingham Trent University and The University of Nottingham.
M4C is awarding new doctoral studentships for UK and International applicants for 2023 entry through Open Competition and Collaborative Doctoral Awards (CDA) through a linked competition with a range of partner organisations in the cultural, creative and heritage sectors.
De Montfort University’s (DMU) International Centre for Sports History and Culture (ICSHC) is a world-leading centre for the study of all aspects of sports history, and we are keen to hear from potential doctorial students who would like to apply to study with us under the Midlands4Cities programme. Our members specialise in a range of themes and approaches to the history of sport, and we have a dynamic body of doctoral students whose work covers chess, the outdoor movement, women’s football, folk dance, boxing, race and ethnicity in sport, emotional histories of sport, sports diplomacy, and much more. We are active in hosting and attending conferences and research seminars, and we have excellent networks with the North American Society of Sport History (NASSH), the British Society of Sports History (BSSH), the European Committee for Sports History (CESH), and the International Society for the History of Physical Education and Sport (ISHPES). The ICSHC has strong links with DMU’s Special Collections, which houses a number of unique sport archives, including England Boxing, the Alpine Ski Club, the Ski Club of Great Britain, the English Chess Federation, the Sir Norman Chester papers relating to the Football Trust, the Special Olympics (Leicester), the British Basketball league, Leicester Tigers RFC, Leicestershire Tennis and Squash club, the British Society of Sports History, and the papers of sports historians Tony Mason and architectural historian Simon Inglis.
ICSHC invites applications from well-qualified students whose research interests connect with our expertise in:
– the Olympic Games and international sport
– North American sport
– sport in Europe
– Cold War sport
– sport and diplomacy/international relations
– sport and photography
– sport heritage
– sport and the environment
– sport and war/occupation
– history of football in Britain and beyond
– history of boxing in Britain and beyond
– global/ transnational sports histories
– women’s sports history
– histories of sport, race and ethnicity
– local and community histories of sport
– medical and scientific histories of sport
– sport and the body
See our supervisors’ interests here:
3th International Meeting of RIHMUD, 18th October 2022, 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 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Zoom link with the access code will be provided to follow the conference.