A Cultural History of Sport

Wray Vamplew (Redaktør) ; John McClelland (Redaktør) ; Mark Dyreson (Redaktør)

Examines all aspects of sport over the last 2,800 years: from technological developments to nationalism, from issues of race and gender to violence and eroticism. Les mer
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Examines all aspects of sport over the last 2,800 years: from technological developments to nationalism, from issues of race and gender to violence and eroticism.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Volume 1: A Cultural History of Sport in Antiquity
Edited by Paul Christesen, Dartmouth College, USA, and Charles Stocking, Western University, Canada

Volume 2: A Cultural History of Sport in the Medieval Age
Edited by Noel Fallows, University of Georgia, USA

Volume 3: A Cultural History of Sport in the Renaissance
Edited by Alessandro Arcangeli, University of Verona, Italy

Volume 4: A Cultural History of Sport in the Enlightenment
Edited by Rebekka von Mallinckrodt, University of Bremen, Germany

Volume 5: A Cultural History of Sport in the Age of Industry
Edited by Mike Huggins, University of Cumbria, UK

Volume 6: A Cultural History of Sport in the Modern Age
Edited by Steven Riess, Northeastern Illinois University, USA

Om forfatteren

Wray Vamplew: Emeritus Professor of Sports History, University of Stirling, UK, and Global Professorial Fellow, University of Edinburgh, UK. He is author or editor of 31 books including, most recently, Numbers and Narratives: Sport, History and Economics (2018).
John Mcclelland: Professor Emeritus of French literature and former associated professor of the history of sport, University of Toronto, Canada. He has published numerous works, including Body and Mind: Sport in Europe from the Roman Empire to the Renaissance (2006).
Mark Dyreson: Professor of Kinesiology, Penn State, USA. He is author or editor of 10 books, including, most recently, Sports History: Issues, Debates and Challenges (2016) Sport in the Americas (2018)