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John Nauright is Director of the Academy of International Sport and Professor in the School of Recreation, Health, and Tourism at George Mason University, Virginia. He is also Visiting Professor of Sports Studies in the Department of Sports Science at Aarhus University, Denmark. S. W. Pope is Director of the International Center for Performance Excellence at West Virginia University. During 2003 he was a Leverhulme Research Fellow at the International Centre for Sport History and Culture, De Montfort University, Leicester and was Senior Lecturer of American history at the University of Lincoln between 2004-2008. He received a PhD (history) from the University of Maine in 1993.
Theory, Methods, and Key Themes in Sports History Introduction: The Field of Sports History Around the World - John Nauright and S.W. Pope Chapter 1: Theory - Douglas Booth Chapter 2: Sources - Gary Osmond and Murray PhillipsChapter 3: The City - Gerald Gems Chapter 4: Borderlands - Colin Howell and Daryl Leeworthy Chapter 5: Marxism - Ian Ritchie Chapter 6: Sociology - Louise Mansfield & Dominic Malcolm Chapter 7: Origins - Donald Kyle Chapter 8: Gender - Susan Bandy Chapter 9: Race - John Nauright and David Wiggins Chapter 10: Bodies - Henning Eichberg Chapter 11: Science and Technology - Verner Moller Chapter 12: Entrepreneurship - Dilwyn Porter Chapter 13: Religion - William Baker Chapter 14: Imperialism - S.W. Pope In 22-04-09 Chapter 15: International Relations - Barbara Keys Chapter 16: Nationalism - Matti Goksoyr Sports History Around the World Chapter 17: Africa (Sub-Saharan) - John Nauright Chapter 18: Australia - Daryl Adair Chapter 19: Belgium and the Netherlands - Ruud Stokvis Chapter 20: Canada - Amanda Schweinbenz Chapter 21: The Caribbean - Alan Cobley Chapter 22: China - Fan Hong - Chapter 23: Central and Eastern Europe Marek Waic, Stefan Zwick & Tomas Pavlin Chapter 24: France - Thierry Terret Chapter 25: Germany Arnd Kruger Chapter 26: Great Britain - Martin Johnes Chapter 27: Ireland - David Hassan & Philip O'Kane Chapter 28: Japan - Richard Light Chapter 29: Middle East and North Africa - Mahfoud Amara Chapter 30: Mexico and Central America - Richard McGehee Chapter 31: New Zealand (Aotearoa) - Malcolm MacLean Chapter 32: Nordic Countries - Niels Kayser Nielson Chapter 33: Russia/Soviet Union - Jim Riordan Chapter 34: South America - Cesar Torres Chapter 35: South Asia - Chris Valiotis Chapter 36: South East Asia- Charles Little Chapter 37: The United States of America - Mark Dyreson