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Learning to Speak Softly: The Autobiography of Roberta Cowell
The presentation uses the autobiography of motor racing driver Robert Cowell who became one of the first high profile cases of transgender identity in British sport history: hence its the title Roberta Cowell, Her Story ...
Women and Soccer: Research Agendas and Policy Debates
Jean Williams of De Montfort University delivered the opening plenary, Women and Soccer: Research Agendas and Policy Debates, at The Futures of Women's Soccer Symposium held at Duke University's Forum for Scholars and ...
Futures of Women's Soccer Panel: The Role of Media
Jean Williams Chaired the session on the relationship between the media and women's soccer with Shireen Ahmed, Writer and Blogger; Jennifer Doyle, Professor, University of California, Riverside; Sarah Gehrke, Media Relations ...
'When Two Elephants Fight, It is the Grass That Suffers'
(Football Scholars Forum, 2014-12-11)
In 1998 I spent some time in Namibia for the second World Conference on Women in Sport. I had a dual purpose to collect information on women’s football in Namibia for my PhD thesis and to raise my awareness of the issues ...
Women, Football and History: International Perspectives
This paper provides an overview of a collection of works related to women and football from international perspectives. After a general discursive introduction, the material discussed has its emphasis on studies connected ...
Women’s football, Europe and professionalization 1971-2011: Global gendered labor markets
(Diasbola international football migration network website http://www.diasbola.com/uk/foomi-members.html, 2011-11)
This working paper looks at the development of women's professional employment in Europe before the active support of UEFA in the 1970s when two professional leagues operated in Italy to the present situation when Germany ...