Researching Embodiment in Multi/Interdisciplinary Spaces: Possibilities, Problems and Practices
– Prof. Cassie Phoenix (Durham University, United Kingdom) Read Abstract
The Skeleton Key: Sport as Exemplary Domain for Integrative Explanation of Personal Attainments
– Prof. Jeremy Freese (Stanford University, United States) Read Abstract
Title of the panel discussion:
Why does (sport)sociology matter? Different perspectives on a similar problem
Confirmed panel members:
Prof. Stephan Zipfel, Vice-Dean of the Medical Faculty Tübingen, Head of the Department of Psychosomatic and Psychotherapeutic Medicine, University Clinic Tübingen, Germany Prof. Richard Giulianotti, Professor of Sociology, School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, Loughborough University, UK Prof. Tricia McGuire-Adams, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa, Canada Prof. Parissa Safai, Assoc. Professor, School of Kinesiology & Health Science, York University, Toronto, Canada
Chairs of the panel:
Prof. Brent McDonald, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia Prof. Ansgar Thiel, Eberhard Karls University Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany
Book of Abstracts
Early Career Researchers Workshop
As part of the Early Career Researchers (ECRs) we want to offer you an opportunity to meet new and old friends, to develop connections in your research area and to support your research career.
PhD students and grad students are considered as Early Career Researchers (ECRs).
The day prior to the congress, we offer an Early Career Workshop, in which ECRs have the opportunity to connect with each other. We will start the day with a joint breakfast. After breakfast, ECRs have the opportunity to attend sessions on topics relevant to ECRs along their academic journey.
Date: Monday, June 6, 2022
Start the day with breakfast, together with the ECRs.
We will have three parallel sessions for 45mins, then a short break, and then the same three parallel sessions so that ECRs have the opportunity to attend two different sessions.
Topics and Speakers:
How to survive the revision process in academic journals – Adam Evans (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)