H-Sport enables scholars around the world who are engaged in the historical, socio-cultural, and philosophical study of sport, physical education, and physical activity to discuss research and teaching interests, conferences and symposia, current issues, sources of funding, publishing, new data and collections, and other areas of interest to scholars.

(UPDATED) (LAST CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS)-MEETING WITH OLYMPIANS-CONFERENCE ON SPORTS

Sport: Business or Lifestyle? The Impact and Trajectory of Modern Athletics
International Conference
(Last call for submissions)

Thematic Approach

The international conference organized by GIRES focuses on the exploration of Sports as a global phenomenon and its impact on economy, society, culture and politics.

X-POST REVIEW: Kelly on _Hunter Elite: Manly Sport, Hunting Narratives, and American Conservation, 1880-1925

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The following review was posted to the H-Net Commons which the H-Sport Editors may be of interest to members:

Reviewed for H-Environment by Taylor Bailey
   Kelly, Tara Kathleen.  _Hunter Elite: Manly Sport, Hunting
   Narratives, and American Conservation, 1880-1925, The_.  Lawrence:
   University Press of Kansas, 2018.  360 pp.  $27.95, ISBN 978-0-
   7006-2588-8.

Telling the Story of Sport: workshop 2

Originally planned as a two-day conference, ‘Telling the Story of Sport’ is a series of online workshops that explores the multiple ways in which various sports have been culturally constructed and experienced. It aims to examine the media through which sport is represented: from the national press, often credited for allowing the development of mass spectatorship sport in nineteenth-century Europe, to the new broadcast and social media, which offer new forms of personal investment in the story of sport, via the advent of radio and television.

Call for Journal Article Reviews

Olympika: The International Journal of Olympic Studies invites graduae students write a journal article review for its next volume (Vol. 29, 2020). If interested, please contact Andrew Pettit, Journal Article Review Editor at apettit3@uwo.ca

It is encouraged that interested reviewers consult with the Journal Article Review Editor before writing an article review. A list of pre-approved articles will be provided to consult upon request.

Journal Watch 2020/3

H-Sport is pleased to announce the release of the latest Journal Watch for the third quarter of 2020. The Journal Watch identifies scholarly sport-related articles and book reviews published in five languages (English, French, German, Spanish, and Portuguese) during the last three months, and also surveys Italian-language publications on a biannual basis.

NASSH Dissertation Prize

The North American Society for Sport History (NASSH) invites submissions for its first NASSH Dissertation Prize to be submitted until December 31, 2020. The newly inaugurated Dissertation Prize will be awarded on a biannual basis and recognize outstanding doctoral dissertations in the field of sport history. The winner of the prize will receive $1000.

Steadward Talks Wednesday 24th September 2020

Steadward Talks: The Past, Present and Future of Sitting Volleyball

How did sitting volleyball become so popular?

Find out by listening to the next Steadward Talks, hosted by David Legg, Eli Wolff, and special guest Robert Steadward on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 (8:00 a.m. Calgary Time, 4:00 p.m. Central European Summer Time).

Speakers include World ParaVolley Founding President Pieter Joon, Chief Historian Kwok Ng, Head of Classification Jenni Cole, and General Manager Phil Allen.

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