A Successful PhD Defence for Jo Blackwell

Jo Blackwell successfully defended her PhD last September and confirmation of her award was made earlier this year. Her PhD was a dual studentship between Lincoln and the University of Copenhagen, and explored the socio-cultural influences on exercise and health Continue reading A Successful PhD Defence for Jo Blackwell

Jo Blackwell: presentation to European Sociological Association

HART’s Jo Blackwell recently attended the virtual European Sociological Association –  Society and Sport mid-term conference, hosted by the University of Teramo, Italy. Jo had the opportunity to present some of the key findings from the final year of her Continue reading Jo Blackwell: presentation to European Sociological Association

New HART articles on performance swimming

It’s always uplifting to welcome in a New Year with new publications, and we are delighted to see published two articles on the sociology of performance swimming, led by HART Associate Member and former doctoral researcher, Dr Gareth McNarry. These Continue reading New HART articles on performance swimming

Lincoln researchers shine in PGR Connect Series

Members of the Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology Research Team (@LincsSpExPsych) and HART (@HARTResearch) recently delivered talks on the highly successful international PGR (Postgraduate Research) Connect Series. Organised by Dr Trish Jackman of the Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology Research Continue reading Lincoln researchers shine in PGR Connect Series

Race, gender and the nation: anti Kaepernick memes

HART researcher, Dr Nikolas Dickerson, has recently co-authored with Dr Matt Holder (University of Rhode Island) an article published in the Journal of Sport & Social Issues. The article focuses on the San Francisco 49ers’ quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, who kneeled Continue reading Race, gender and the nation: anti Kaepernick memes