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CFP - ACAPS Congress - Nantes (France) - 26-28 october 2015

Dear colleagues and friends,

*On behalf of the Organizing Committee and the laboratory Movement,
Interactions, Performance (EA 4334) from the University of Nantes, **we
are pleased to invite you to the 16th edition of the ACAPS International
Congress **(Association of Researchers in Physical Activities and
Sports) which will be held in Nantes (La Cité Nantes Events Center)
**from Monday the 26th of October to Wednesday the 28th of October, 2015**.*

In 2015, ACAPS is celebrating its 30th anniversary. The congress aims to

Sport and Leisure History Seminar – Monday, 9 March: ‘Race, Gender and the Summer Olympics, 1932-1948′

BSSH SOUTH SPORT AND LEISURE HISTORY SEMINAR

‘I SAW MY NAME ON THE BOARD’: RACE, GENDER AND THE SUMMER OLYMPICS, 1932–1948

Speaker: Dr Stanley Arnold (Northern Illinois University)

CfP: Sport in the Peripheries - Past and Present - international conference at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, June 13-14, 2015

Call for Papers: Sport in the Peripheries - Past and Present, Krakow, Poland, June 13-14, 2015

Institute of History at Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland is announcing the international conference on history and anthropology of sport activities and leisure in the peripheries of geographical and political centers (“in the provinces”).

Potential vectors and themes through which to consider dimensions of sport and leisure in the peripheries include but are not limited to:

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