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

Research on high-altitude mountaineers and endurance  

esearch on high-altitude mountaineers and endurance

HART Director, Prof Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson and MTOUGH Director, Dr Lee Crust, together with Dr Christian Swann of the University of Wollongong, Australia have been undertaking a phenomenological research project on the lived experience of high altitude mountaineering. Particular themes that Continue reading Research on high-altitude mountaineers and endurance  

Thermal Objects Conference Hamburg

Thermal Objects Conference Hamburg

HART Associate member, Dr John Hockey of the University of Gloucestershire, recently gave an invited presentation at a conference sponsored by the University of Hamburg, Germany.  The conference ‘Thermal Objects: Theorising Temperatures and the Social’, brought together a selection of Continue reading Thermal Objects Conference Hamburg

2017 BSA Sport Study Group Postgraduate Forum

Lincoln University

The 2017 British Sociological Association Sport Study Group Postgraduate Forum will be hosted on Friday 1st September 2017 by HART and the School of Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Lincoln.  The conference organising team is led by Continue reading 2017 BSA Sport Study Group Postgraduate Forum

International research on embodiment

International research on embodiment

An international team of HART researchers is undertaking a sociological-phenomenological study of sporting embodiment and the senses, in a range of physical cultures, including  distance running, boxing, mixed martial arts, and traditionalist Chinese martial arts. The team comprises Dr Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson, Continue reading International research on embodiment