Call for Submissions: "The Global Event"

Call for submissions: The World History Bulletin, a peer-reviewed publication of the World History Association, is soliciting contributors for a special curated section titled “The Global Event” to be published in Spring 2017. From World Cups to World’s Fairs, from the Olympic Games to the Paris Peace Conference, deliberately crafted events throughout history constitute important nodes of human activity and intent.  How do these carefully planned gatherings of humans and ideas both create an

Podcast: Football in Latin America and Brazil

Corresponding with the World Cup, the current epsiode of the podcast New Books in Sports features two scholars of Latin American history discussing their respective books on football in the region.  Roger Kittleson discusses his new history of Brazilian soccer, The Country of Football, published this year by University of California Press as part of its series "Sport in World History." Joining him is Joshua Nadel, author of Fútbol!

World Cup podcast

Cross posted H-PCAACA...

Here's a pretty interesting podcast on the World Cup. It deals with the event as pop culture, and looks at other ways the World Cup permeates into other pop culture venues. (The favela-themed bar is a good, amazing example.)

World Cup on H-Net

We are happy to introduce the Commons Crossroads, a new kind of network for content delivered from all H-Net Networks around a single topic, representing the intersection of scholarship and thinking from across our many fields. Our first multi-network topic: The World Cup!

World Cup on H-Net

We are happy to introduce the Commons Crossroads, a new kind of network for content delivered from all H-Net Networks around a single topic, representing the intersection of scholarship and thinking from across our many fields. Our first multi-network topic: The World Cup!

World Cup on H-Net

We are happy to introduce the Commons Crossroads, a new kind of network for content delivered from all H-Net Networks around a single topic, representing the intersection of scholarship and thinking from across our many fields. Our first multi-network topic: The World Cup!

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