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.

EVENT: Moving Beyond the Monograph- New and Creative Models of Academic Publication Every Scholar of Humanities Should Know About

Dear H-Sport Readers,

I want to invite you to join me for my exclusive interview with Chris Harrison, Publishing Development Director of Humanities and Social Sciences at Cambridge University Press as part of our ongoing 'Publication Success Interview Series'. 

Chris will discuss how Cambridge is moving beyond the monograph to introduce new and creative publication models to fill the gap between academic articles and books. Register to learn more about how you can take advantage of this new forum to publish your research and advance your career.

CFP: Reaching the Summit: Reimagining the Summit Series in the Canadian Cultural Memory


The year 2022 marks the upcoming fiftieth anniversary of the 1972 Summit Series. This hockey series, played between Canada and the former Soviet Union, has become the subject of Canadian cultural mythmaking since Paul Henderson’s winning goal for Canada during game eight. In Home Game: Hockey and Life in Canada (1989), Ken Dryden and Roy MacGregor identified the Summit Series as a uniquely “Canadian memory” and marked 1972 as a “coming of age” for Canada as a nation (195).

Reminder: Call for submission of papers for the EARLY CAREER SCHOLAR AWARD 2021 - International Society for the History of Physical Education and Sport (ISHPES)

Deadline March 1, 2021

ISHPES is currently accepting applications for the 2021 Early Career Scholar Award. The ISHPES GIGLIOLA GORI AWARD will be presented at the 2021 ISHPES/CESH Congress to be held in LISBON on September 13-16, 2021.

Telling the Story of Sport: Workshop 7

Originally planned as a two-day conference, ‘Telling the Story of Sport’ is a series of online workshops co-organised by the University of Bristol, UK and the Institute of Modern Languages Research, University of London. It explores the multiple ways in which various sports have been culturally constructed and experienced.