Sporting Cultures 1650-1850, edited by Daniel O’Quinn and Alexis Tadié, will be published by University of Toronto Press.
More information is available by clicking here.
At the ASECS Conference we organised the following roundtable:
Playing with Rules: Sport, Genre, Form or Why Should We Study Sports?”
Chairs: Alexis TADÍÉ, Université Paris-Sorbonne AND Daniel O’QUINN, University of Guelph
1. Sharon HARROW, Shippensburg University
2. Sarah R. COHEN, University at Albany, State University of New York
3. Ourida MOSTEFAI, Brown University
4. Ashley COHEN, Georgetown University
5. John STRACHAN, Bath Spa University
A report will be available shortly.
At the annual conference of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, a panel devoted to sport will be organised. It is entitled ‘The paths of pleasure’: Games and Sports in the Eighteenth Century’ and the full description, with the synopses and programme can be found under news or by clicking here
The third conference in the “sport and literature” programme will take place at Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India, on 19-20 January 2012. The CFP is available under the “news” category or by clicking here.