CESH 2024 General Assembly, 5/06/2024, Paris (France)

The 2024 General Assembly of CESH will be held on 5 June 2024, 4:30PM at University of Paris Nanterre, Alice Milliat Building, Amphitheatre S1 (ground floor).

Please remember to pay your membership fee before the GA. The Agenda can be downloaded below.

We are looking forward to meeting you.

The Directing Council of CESH

2024 CESH Congress programme now published!

Please find below the preliminary programme for the 2024 CESH Congress in Paris, 4-6 June 2024.

Our 2024 keynotes are:

Dominique Connan (University of Paris Nanterre), ‘An « imagined global bourgeoisie »: golf and the thwarted respectability of Kenyan elites, from independence to the presidency of Mwai Kibaki’

Chris Young (University of Cambridge), ‘Rethinking Jesse Owens: Berlin 1936 and the German Media Landscape’

Florence Carpentier (University of Rouen Normandy), ‘Alice Milliat and the Women’s World Games’ [title to be confirmed]

We are very much looking forward to meeting you and discussing international sports history. Have a save journey and see you in Paris.

International Joint Seminar in Sports History – Olympism (April – July 2024)

The 2024 Olympic Games are an opportunity for the Willibald Gebhardt Institute (WGI) in Münster (Germany) to organise a seminar on the Olympic Games. The WGI is an institute affiliated to the Institute of Sports Science at the University of Münster and an official Olympic Studies Centre (OSC).

The seminar is being organised in cooperation with the following partners: Junior Professor Dr Helga Leineweber (Department of Education and Culture at the Institute of Sports Science at the University of Münster), Professor Dr Annette Hofmann (University of Education in Ludwigsburg, Vice-President of ICSPE, Vice-President of the German Gymnastics Federation (DTB) and Deputy Chairwoman of the German Olympic Academy), European Committee for Sports History (CESH), Professor Dr Daphné Bolz (University of Rouen Normandy, CETAPS UR 3832), President of the European Committee for Sports History CESH).

The lectures begin on 8 April and end on 8 July 2024, from 4.15pm to 6pm. Participation is possible via Zoom or in person in seminar room Ho 101 of the Institute of Sport Science at the University of Münster.

Use the following link to access the programme and the language of the papers, and to register: https://new.express.adobe.com/webpage/6wgYa4jvrEMPe

A presentation in English is available here: https://new.express.adobe.com/webpage/TVu5nvIeoj9y2

Best wishes,

Prof. i.R. Dr. Michael Krüger (Institut für Sportwissenschaft der Universität Münster, Germany)

27th CESH Congress, Paris-Nanterre 4-6 June 2024

The 27th CESH International Congress at the University of Paris Nanterre will be held on 4-6 June 2024 on the topic: « Making World(s). Sport Globalization & Olympism ». This congress is organised by the research centres ISP (Institute of Social Sciences of Politics, UMR 7220) and IDHE.S (Institutions and Historical Dynamics of Economy and Society, UMR 8533).

The congress webpage is available in English and in French. https://cesh2024upn.sciencescall.org/

Congress registration fees are available on the website, under « Registration fees » tab. Payment of conference fees is possible, once the scientific committee has reviewed your abstract proposals.

Please do not forget to pay your 2024 CESH membership fee separately.


For further informations on the congress, please contact: cesh2024upn@sciencesconf.org and/or p.charitas@parisnanterre.fr

2024 CESH Congress organiser: Dr Pascal Charitas

University lecturer, Sports historian, member of ISP (UMR 7220)

UFR STAPS, University of Paris Nanterre, Alice Milliat Building/Max Weber Building

200 Avenue de la République, 92000 Nanterre (France)