This activity is a proposal organised by Université Gustave Eiffel (France) and Universidade Federal do Paraná (Brazil) based on the legacy of the “Copenhagen Summer School”, held since 2003 by Gertrud Pfister.
This course is designed to create a distinctive environment for PhD students aspiring to enhance their skills in sports history and expand their professional network within the field. Engaging lectures by prominent experts will delve into specific methodological aspects and emerging topics in sports history. Additionally, participants will be able to showcase and discuss their individual research projects during interactive working sessions.
In the present year, the summer school will be held in Curitiba on the campus of Universidade Federal do Paraná just before the beginning of the ISHPES conference to allow the students to participate in both events.
Pierre-Olaf Schut (Université Gustave Eiffel)
Marion Philippe (Université Gustave Eiffel)
Annette Hofmann (University of Ludwigsburg)
Juliane Lanz (University of Rostock)
Sandie Beaudouin (Université Gustave Eiffel)
Daniele Cristina Carqueijeiro de Medeiros (Universidad de la República)
Others to be confirmed
Students interested in participating in the Summer School must submit a 500 words abstract of their PhD research project, including main questions, method and first results (or expected results). Applications will be via ConfTool, from February 1 to March 31.
There’s a US$ 15.00 fee for the Summer School.
- 10h Welcome
- 10h30 Students introduction of their research topics
- 12h Lunch
- 13h30 Workshop on methods in sport history (Marion Philippe, Juliane Lanz)
15h30 International comparative history (Daniele Medeiros, Sandie Beaudouin)
- Social evening