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Inspire a Publication: books, journals and the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games
A critical survey of the Olympic and Paralympic literature that was inspired by the 2012 Games in London.
The 'Estranged' Generation? Social and Generational Change in Interwar British Jewry
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2017-09-22)
This book focuses on the nature and extent of social change, integration and identity transformation within the Jewish community of Britain during the interwar years. It probes the notion – widely articulated by Jewish ...
The Uniquness of London
While, superficially, London may seem just another destination for migrants, it has a series of unique characteristics, which my proposed essay will outline. First, its long history of immigration, due to the duration of ...
'No-mans Land' and the Creation of Partitioned Histories in India/Pakistan
This chapter contextualizes the background to the violence and migration that accompanied independence and Britain’s departure from its ‘jewel in the crown’. It then discusses remembrance of these events as reflected in ...
'Ce livre aurait dû être rédigé depuis fort longtemps' Réflexions critiques à propos de Sports Medicine (1962)
This article offers a critical reflection of Sports Medicine. An analysis of this text provides a number of important insights into the state of sports medicine at this moment in time. First as a medical practice; second, ...
Coaches are amongst the most visible figures in sport today but little is known about the history of their profession. This book examines the history of coaching from the early nineteenth to the late twentieth century. ...
Although recent critics have taken Edna O’Brien’s work far more seriously than her early detractors, her aesthetic achievements continue to be undervalued, and a certain confusion still attends the question of precisely ...
The Amateur Excursion and the Sociable Production of Photographic Knowledge