Sport and Leisure History Seminar 2019-20 #3 CANCELLED

Professor Kay Schiller: The Fastest Jew in Germany: Alex Nathan 1906-1971

Monday December 2nd 2019

I’m sorry to say that this seminar is now cancelled due to the ongoing strike action by UCU. Fans of Prof Schiller will be glad to know however that he will feature in the next Sport in Historian podcast, which will be available to download via this website, Castbox, iTunes, or Spotify from 8th December. We are seeking to reschedule the seminar itself for early 2020.

Future speakers for the 2019-20 academic year are as follows:-

27th Jan 2020 Dr. Veronica Smith (University of York)

Sport, Masculinity and Class: Stained Glass at Victoria Baths, Manchester

24th Feb 2020 Dr. Liam O’Callaghan (Liverpool Hope University)

Protestants and Sport in Ireland: The case of Rugby Football, 1875-1925

23rd Mar 2020 Allister Webb (Manchester Metropolitan University)

Why History Matters in Contemporary Sporting Events: A Case Study of the Bidding Process for International Cricket in England and Wales

27th Apr 2020 Geoff Swallow (Manchester Metropolitan University)

The Man Who Wasn’t There: The Jarvis-Nuttal ‘Match’ of 1901 as a Space of Modernity

8th June 2020 Dr Clare Tebbutt (Trinity College, Dublin)

‘That Man-Woman Problem’: Grappling with Questions of Sex Differentiation in 1930s Women’s Sport, and their Resonance Today

This is only the one of a number of series of stimulating talks to be held at the IHR across a range of disciplines. For up to date details of seminars forthcoming in 2019 go to the IHR’s website. The Sport & Leisure talks take place in the John S Cohen Room on the second floor – doors open from 17:45 and the seminar will start promptly at 18.00. The seminars are open to academics and the general public; I hope to see you there.

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