Pierre-Olaf Schut, France (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|PhD (2005) on the history of speleology at the University of Lyon, France.|
2010-2018 Assistant Professor at the Department of Sport Sciences of the University Gustave Eiffel, France.
Since 2018 Professor at the University Gustave Eiffel, France..Routledge ISHPES award in 2019 and Fellow of CESH since 2021.
Associate Editor of the Sport History Review.
Main areas of research: outdoor activities and tourism, sport facilities and town planning, Olympic history
To be elected soon
Sandie Beaudouin, University Gustave Eiffel, France
Early Career Scholar Representatives
Dario Nardini, University of Florence, Italy
|PhD candidate, Cultural and Social Anthropology, University of Milano-Bicocca|
MA in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Siena (2014). Bachelor in History, University of Siena (2010).
2017-2018 Visiting Scholar, Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research at Griffith University (Australia)
2016 ISHPES Routledge Early Career Scholar Presentation Award. 2015 ISHPES Gigliola Gori Junior Scholar Award. Editorial Assistant, Journal of Extreme Anthropology. Premio Etnographica 2016 for the best Anthropological MA dissertation/PhD thesis. 2015 “Stefano Benetton” Dissertation Award
Research interests: the anthropology of sport; physical activities and collective identity; masculinities in sport; surfing; wrestling; symbolical references of sporting cultures; cultural heritage; narrativization of sport history
Taro Obayashi, University of Tsukuba, Japan
|PhD candidate, University of Tsukuba|
Assistant Professor, University of Tsukuba
Previously, Research Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (2015-2017)
Main Fields: History of P.E and Sport in Japan, the Olympics, Disaster Recovery
Evelise Amgarten Quitzau, Instituto Superior de Educación Física, Uruguay Francois Cleophas, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Russell Field, University of Manitoba, Canada
Keiko Ikeda, Hokkaido University, Japan
Michael Krüger, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität of Münster, Germany
Malcolm MacLean, University of Gloucestershire, Great Britain
Tomaž Pavlin, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Patricia Vertinsky, University of British Columbia, Canada