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.

Telling the Story of Sport Workshop 5: Creating sporting legacies: processes and identification

You are warmly invited to join us for the fifth online workshop in a series co-organised by the University of Bristol and the Institute Of Modern Languages Research, University of London, under the title Telling the Story of Sport: Narrating Sport in a Global Context. This month's event takes place at 18.00 GMT on Monday 11 January 2021 and includes three papers, details of which can be found below.

A link to the event will be emailed to you 48 hours in advance of the start time.

‘National identity, myth and sports heroes’, Keith Parry (Bournemouth University)

Telling the Story of Sport 3: Sport, memory and identity

The third online workshop in the Telling the Story of Sport series, jointly organized by the University of Bristol and the Institute for Modern Languages Research, will take place on Monday 16th November at 18.00 GMT. The event is free to attend, but places are limited.

Please find details of speakers below:

Sport, memory and identity

‘Local heroes, global icons: rootedness and relatedness in French sports writing’ Phil Dine (NUI Galway)

‘Visions of sport, rural life and nostalgia in French film’, Jonathan Ervine (Bangor University)

Women's History Network, Midlands Region Annual Conference, in conjunction with the British Society of Sports History, November 2021

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
May 2, 2021
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