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Sport and Literature A Special Issue of Sport in History: Introduction
(Taylor and Francis, 2009-06)
This special issue of Sport in History presents the work of several academics who explore the literary representation of sport. The article discusses the methodology of using literature to study sport.
'The Curious Mystery of the ‘Olimpick Games’: did Shakespeare know Dover…and does it matter?’
(Taylor and Francs, 2009-06)
The First half of the article looks ar the period 1612 to 1642 when Robert Dover reinvented the existing Cotswold Games as annual 'Olimpick' celebrations of sport and, to an extent, popular culture. The second section ...
Sport, History and Literature: Approaches, Methods, Critiques, DMU September 2008
After a series of one- day conferences on this theme in 2005 and 2007 Jeff Hill and Jean Williams of the International Centre for Sports History and Culture organised a special two-day international conference on sport, ...
The fastest growing sport? Women's football in England.
(Frank Cass, 2004)
A game for rough girls? A history of women's football in England