Message from our colleague, Professor Holger Preuss & Rob Vanwynsberghe “We are happy to send you the finalized program of our symposium on February 19th in Vancouver at UBC including the address of the place[…]
During Vancouver 2010, C@tO will be working with W2 in Vancouver to run a series of debates and the Fresh Media conference on 22nd February. The focus for this conference will be to discuss how[…]
This call for abstracts is directed to researchers of all disciplines. The Third International Sport Business Symposium calls for research directly related to the business of the Olympic Games; the upcoming 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games, as well as prior and future Olympic, Youth, and Paralympic Games. Papers about Olympic media, legacy, tourism, consumers, organizations, finance, economics, environment, Paralympics and others are welcome. The official language for abstracts and the Symposium is English.
Intellectual Muscle is an eclectic series of talks by prominent and up-and-coming Canadian intellectuals on topics related to the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Public lectures will be delivered at universities across Canada and made available online in podcast form. The online program will include polls, discussion forums and other interactive features, providing Canadians with a unique opportunity to participate in a series of national dialogues.
Rundown of IOC Congress 2009 – 2nd of October, 2009
Olympic Reform: A Ten-Year Review The University of Toronto is proud to host a conference on Olympic Reform: A Ten-Year Review from May 18-20, 2009. Information about the conference and online registration can be found[…]
Social Science Perspectives on the 2012 London Olympic Games An Academy of Social Sciences Seminar supported by the ESRC as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science and organised in cooperation with the University[…]
The Carnegie Faculty of Sport and Education at Leeds Metropolitan University invites papers for the above conference, to be held at Headingley Carnegie Stadium over 17th and 18th July 2008. The Olympic Games are probably[…]
What is most noticeable about the Pre-Olympic this year is the presence of social science and humanities research. There are a lot of papers discussing the law and philosophy of sport, which were not quite[…]