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Authority and Society in Nantes during the French Wars of Religion 1559-1589
(Manchester University Press, 2006)
'From the first soccer Women's World Championship in 1991 to the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008: how capacity-building in small-scale tournaments can help win mega-even bids'
Event management is competitive as well as co operative. How do smaller nations or those without a track record of hosting major events build the human capacity to win larger bids. Through a case study of the 1991 women's ...
Tramping: The Cult of the Vagabond in Early Twentieth-Century England
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2014)
The figure of the tramp as a socially unconstrained aesthete occupied a distinctive position in the English cultural imagination of the early twentieth century. The writing of Edward Thomas and W. H. Davies and the painting ...
'Soccer Matters Very Much, Every Day': Player Migration and Motivation in Professional Women's Soccer.
Using elite interviews with PR China women's national team goalkeeper Gao Hong, Australia's Alison Forman and Irish-Canadian Ciara McCormack, this chapter explores the role of movement, migration and assimilation in ...
(Oxford University Press, 2017)
(Cambridge University Press, 2014)
This chapter looks to recent and established positions in the fields from which stylistics and performance might respectively be plucked and offers, with further reference to cognate critical theories, an analysis ...
Media, sport and memory: the mediated legacies of great sporting events.
A lost legacy of fraternity? The case of European youth football.