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Sport in America, Volume II
From Colonial Leisure to Celebrity Figures and Globalization
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About the Editor David K. Wiggins, PhD, is director of the School of Recreation, Health and Tourism at GeorgeMasonUniversity in Manassas, Virginia. Since earning his PhD from the University of Maryland in 1979, Wiggins has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in sport history at KansasStateUniversity and GeorgeMasonUniversity. Wiggins is an expert on American sport, particularly as it relates to the involvement of black athletes in sport and physical activity. He has written about sport history since 1980 and published 8 books as well as articles in numerous journals, including Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, Journal of Sport History, Canadian Journal of History of Sport, and International Journal of History of Sport. His work has garnered three Research Writing Awards (1983, 1986, and 1999) from the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD) and significantly affected subsequent research studies on African American involvement in sport. In addition to his memberships in AAHPERD, the AmericanAcademy of Kinesiology and Physical Education, and the North American Society for Sport History, Wiggins has served as president of the AAHPERDHistoryAcademy, editor of the Journal of Sport History, and history section editor for the Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. Wiggins is currently the editor of Quest. In his leisure time, Wiggins enjoys reading, playing golf, and walking. He and his wife, Brenda, reside in Fairfax, Virgina, and have two sons, Jordan and Spencer.
Part I: The Pattern of Sport in Early America, 1607-1776 Chapter 1: Sober Mirth and Pleasant Poisons: Puritan Ambivalence Toward Leisure and Recreation in Colonial New England Bruce C. Daniels Chapter 2: Horses and Gentlemen: The Cultural Significance of Gambling Among the Gentry of Virginia T. H. Breen Part II: Transformation of Sport in a Rapidly Changing Society, 1776-1870 Chapter 3: Pedestrianism, Billiards, Boxing, and Animal Sports Melvin L. Adelman Chapter 4: Cheating, Gender Roles, and the Nineteenth-Century Croquet Craze Jon Sterngass Chapter 5: The National Game Warren Goldstein Part III Sport in the Era of Industrialization and Reform, 1870-1915 Chapter 6: Sporting Life as Consumption, Fashion, and Display-The Pastimes of the Rich Donald J. Mrozek Chapter 7: Creating America's Winter Golfing Mecca at Pinehurst, North Carolina: National Marketing and Local Control Larry R. Youngs Chapter 8: The Father of American Football Michael Oriard Part IV: Sport, The Great Depression, and Two World Wars, 1915-1950 Chapter 9: The World War I American Military Sporting Experience S.W. Pope Chapter 10: In Sports the Best Man Wins: How Joe Louis Whupped Jim Crow Theresa E. Runstedtler Chapter 11: Padres on MountOlympus: Los Angeles and the Production of the 1932 Olympic Mega-Event Sean Dinces Chapter 12: Going to Bat for Jackie Robinson: The Jewish Role in Breaking Baseball's Color Line Stephen H. Norwood and Harold Brackman Part V: Sport in the Age of Television, Discord, and Personal Fulfillment, 1950-1985 Chapter 13: Toil and Trouble: A Parable of Hard Work and Fun David W. Zang Chapter 14: Victory for Allah: Muhammad Ali, the Nation of Islam, and American Society David K. Wiggins Chapter 15: The Fight for Title IX Pamela Grundy and Susan Shackelford Part VI: Sport During the Period of Celebrity and Globalization, 1985-Present Chapter 16: Yearning for Yesteryear: Cal Ripken, Jr., The Streak, And the Politics of Nostalgia Daniel A. Nathan and Mary G. McDonald Chapter 17: Manhood, Memory, and White Men's Sports in the American South Ted Ownby Chapter 18: The Whole World Isn't Watching (But We Thought They Were): The Super Bowl and U.S. Solipsism Christopher R. Martin and Jimmie L. Reeves