[Iag-list] CfP IAG Conference 2019 Sport geographies

Adele Pavlidis a.pavlidis at griffith.edu.au
Wed Jan 23 20:46:30 AEDT 2019

We invite submissions of abstracts to the call for papers below to be held at the 2019 Institute of Australian Geographers Conference (Hobart, Tasmania, July  9 to 13).

Session organisers: Adele Pavlidis and Jora Broerse

(Sponsored by the Cultural Geography Study Group)

Sport in Australia is intimately tied up with notions of pride, nationhood, and masculinity. As a field of study, sport geography is a site of emerging theories and concepts, diverging and converging with urban, social, cultural, emotional, economic, land-use, health and other geographies. From change rooms, to board rooms, sporting fields to dance halls, enfleshed bodies to digital sites, sport happens somewhere. This session calls for papers that explore the spatiality of sport, broadly defined to include team sports, individual pursuits and active leisure.

Abstracts are due 28th February via the following link (you will create an account and then go on to submit your abstract, choosing 'Sport Geographies' in the drop down box) https://cdesign.eventsair.com/2019-iag/abstracts

If you have any questions at all or comments, please do not hesitate to email either of us, Adele Pavlidis a.pavlidis at griffith.edu.au and Jora Broese jozefien.broerse at live.vu.edu.au

Please pass on to your networks. Looking forward to seeing you in July!

2019 Institute of Australian Geographers Conference<https://cdesign.eventsair.com/2019-iag/abstracts>
Hobart, capital of Australia's island state of Tasmania, sits on the River Derwent and was home to the mouheneener people for tens of thousands of years.At its fashionable Salamanca Place, old sandstone warehouses host galleries and cafes.

Dr. Adele Pavlidis | ARC Fellow

Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research

Griffith University | Gold Coast | QLD 4111 |  (G06) Room 2.04

T +61 7 567 80318  | M +61 421 100 036  | E a.pavlidis at griffith.edu.au


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