Work on Swimming Embodiment to be presented

HART research is due to be presented at the European Association of the Sociology of Sport conference in Utrecht, Netherlands this May. Several papers have been accepted, the first of which reflects findings from an on going programme of research Continue reading Work on Swimming Embodiment to be presented

Feminist phenomenological perspectives on distance running

In this article, HART researcher, Dr. Jacqueln Allen-Collinson takes a feminist phenomenological and autophenomenographic approach to investigating her own embodied experiences of distance running in ‘public’ places. The article charts some of the contextual paradoxes of being a vulnerable and Continue reading Feminist phenomenological perspectives on distance running