Olympic research at the centre of CSSOR conference

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California State University. Photo: Jack Miller/Flickr. 


By Play the Game
The Center for Sociocultural Sport and Olympic Research hosts a conference on sport and Olympic research on March 9-10 and is calling for submission of papers.

The CSSOR Program Committee is inviting academic work on sport and the Olympic Games in all of its forms, from scholars in the fields of history, philosophy, communication, ancient and modern languages, literature, visual and performing arts, anthropology, sociology, cultural studies, economics, marketing, and law.

The deadline for submission for various types of presentations is Friday, December 15, 2017. Find information about how to submit a proposal in the Call for papers.

About the Center for Sociocultural Sport and Olympic Research
The CSSOR has been recognised as an International Olympic Studies Centre by both the International Olympic Committee’s Olympic Studies Centre and the United States Olympic Committee for its quality and commitment to research and academic activities.

The Center for Sociocultural Sport and Olympic Research (CSSOR) is located at the California State University, Fullerton. Its mission is to promote education and research concerning sport and the Olympic Games in their broadest cultural, social and political dimensions. CSSOR’s goals include cross-disciplinary research on issues related to sport.


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