Hockey Conference 2018: Second and final call for abstracts

The Hockey Conference is a biennial event held at various locations throughout North America. It has instrumentally advanced scholarship on ice hockey, and brings together hockey scholars and community members interested in or working in hockey. The upcoming conference will be hosted by Dr. Cheryl A. MacDonald of the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Education in Edmonton, Canada.

 

Seeking Panelist for NASSH 2018

John Soares (Notre Dame) and Heather Dichter (De Montfort University) are organizing a panel for NASSH 2018 and are looking for another scholar to join them. We currently have a focus on ice hockey, diplomacy, and the Cold War, but we are flexibile with the exact nature of the panel. We are interested in having papers on any of those three areas: ice hockey, diplomacy, or the Cold War (not necessarily with the sport of ice hockey).

Curing Hockey’s Ills: Sir Henry Gray’s Address to the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association, March 1933.

The Champlain Society's first Findings/Trouvailles of 2016, "Curing Hockey's Ills: Sir Henry Gray's Address to the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association, March 1933." by Andrew Holman, demonstrates that Gray’s address is an important marker in the history of hocke

“Curing Hockey’s Ills: Sir Henry Gray’s Address to the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association, March 1933.”

The Champlain Society's first Findings/Trouvailles post of 2016, “Curing Hockey’s Ills: Sir Henry Gray’s Address to the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association, March 1933”, by Andrew C. Holman demonstrates that Gray’s address is an important marker in the history of hockey.

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