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CESH.2016.Version4 - European Committee for Sports History
20 TH I NTERNATIONAL C ONGRESS OF
THE E UROPEAN C OMMITTEE FOR
S PORTS H ISTORY
L EICESTER (UK)
I NTERNATIONAL C ENTRE FOR S PORTS
H ISTORY AND C ULTURE
5-7 S EPT . 2016
PROGRAMME
V E N U E A D D R E S S : DM U, C L E P H A N B U I L D I N G
( E N T R A N C E O N B O N N E R S L A N E ) , L E I C E S T E R L E 1 9BH
Version 28/08/2016
⓴th International CESH Congress ▪ DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY ▪ Leicester (UK)
Monday, 5 September 2016
Registration & coffee
08:40-09:10
Opening Ceremony (room 3.03)
09:10-09:30
Barbara Matthews, Martin Polley, Evangelos Albanidis
European aspects of sport
(room 3.01-chair: Sbetti)
P. Vonnard: 'Building football and/or
Europe? Preliminary reflexions on the
actions of the French Journalists
History of sports clubs
(room 3.08-chair: Colls)
C. Heffernan: 'English Swingers: Indian
Clubs in Victorian England'from L’Equipe
during the 1950'
10:00-10:30
S. Scholl: 'The Development of the European
Sport for All Charter in its historical
context (1960s-1970s)'
L. Dyer: 'The London and North Western
Railway, Crewe, and Crewe Alexandra
Athletic Club'
10:30-11:00
S. Greenfield: 'The Kolpak crisis: The
Empire, European law and the movement of
cricketers, 2003-2008'
F. Carpentier: 'Sports associations in
Normandy: a first quantitative and
qualitative overview of their development
before 1914'
09:30-10:00
11:00-11:30 Coffee break
Arts and symbols in sport
(room 3.01-chair: Huggins)
Ancient history
(room 3.02-chair: Faniopoulos)
Sports and their history
(room 3.08-chair: Taylor)
11:30-12:00
P. Strożek: 'Sport and Modernity.
Discussing the Questions of New Art in
Central and Eastern European Avant-garde
Magazines of the 1920s'
E. Albanidis, S. Karasimopoulou: 'The
Olympic Games of the Ancient
Macedonians: New Approaches'
C. Thony: 'Viktor Sohm, promoter of alpine
skiing'
12:00-12:30
C. Stride, N. Catley: 'Dressed-up for the
cup: was big match fancy-dress the
gateway to replica football shirt culture?'
F. García Romero: ' "Minor" equestrian
events in Ancient Greece'
J. Mandel: 'The Arrival of Basketball to
England Revisited'
12:30-13:00
G. James: 'Changing Emblems:
Consultation at Manchester City'
13:00-14:00
R. Crawford: 'American Football in Britain:
more than just the occasional NFL
spectacle'
lunch
Student programme
(room 3.07)
Student seminar
⓴th International CESH Congress ▪ DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY ▪ Leicester (UK)
Key note lecture (room 3.03)
Richard Holt: 'Revising and Rewriting Sport and the British : ‘New’ Research and European Perspectives'
14:00-15:00
Définition des pratiques sportives en France
(room 3.01-Chair: Carpentier)
Ethics of sport
(room 3.02-chair: Cronin)
Trainers
(room 3.08-chair: Loudcher)
15:00-15:30
L. Cardin: 'La massification du handball en
France dans les années 1960 : un
apprentissage tourné vers la tactique'
D. Porter, N. Piercey: 'Swallows and
Corinthians: amateurism in Dutch and
English football, c.1906-39'
K. Tallec Marston: 'Gus Randolph Manning a biographical sketch of one of football's
early transnational leaders'
15:30-16:00
F. Da Rocha Carneiro : 'Achille et
Prométhée: autour de la fin des héros du
football français (1904-2016)'
M. Reinold: 'Constructing Evidence in the
Fight against Doping: A History'
D. Day: 'Harry Koskie and Geoff Dyson:
Sports Coaching in Britain after WWII'
16:00-16:30 Coffee break
Sport facing fascism
(room 3.01-chair: Viuda-Serrano)
Sport in girls' magazines
(room 3.02-chair: WuShanley)
Athletes and heroes
(room 3.08-chair: Carter)
16:30-17:00
A. Krüger: 'How to convert sport into Nazi
sport. Shifts in the German sports
movement in 1933'
M. Koishihara: 'French Female Tennis Star
Suzanne Lenglen in a 1920s Girls’
Magazine in Japan: A Role Model for
Women’s Participation in Sport'
C. Faniopoulos, P. Liandi: 'From the athletehero of the nation to the personalized
model of a champion. Dimitros
Karampatis (Smyrna 1899-Athens 1964)'
17:00-17:30
M. McGuinness: 'Two Sportsmen Observe
the Spanish Civil War (1936 – 1939)'
T. González Aja, García Arjona: 'Underlying
messages in comics for girls of the 50s in
Spain: Florita and sport'
C. Curran: 'Irish Born Players in Europe’s
Football Leagues, 1945-2010'
Leicester City FC Talk (room 3.03)
John Hutchinson & Neil Carter
18:30-18:45 walking to Bede Island (5 minutes from DMU)
18:45-20:00?
informal pic-nic/aperitif & football match (kick off 7PM) @ Bede Island
Weather permitting!
⓴th International CESH Congress ▪ DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY ▪ Leicester (UK)
Tuesday 6 September 2016
08:40-09:00 Coffee and pastries
Sport and gender
(room 3.01-chair: Serapiglia)
09:00-09:30
09:30-10:00
10:00-10:30
War, captivity and sport
(room 3.08-chair: Krüger)
E. Munkwitz: 'Riding Habits:
Equestrianism, Fox-Hunting, and Female
Sporting Emancipation'
Y. WuShanley: 'The “Forceful Roses” of the
Former Chinese Women’s National Soccer
Team - A Case Study of Their Impact on
Gender Equality in Sport'
K. Ikeda: 'Exploring the Paradigm of
Transnational History on Gender,
Imperialism and Fascism beyond the
Perspective of the Anglo-Japanese
Relation'
S. Barton: 'Life and Leisure of POWS
interned in Switzerland, 1916-1918'
S. Zwicker: ' "A game played before death" Organized football in Nationalsocialist
Ghetto Theresienstadt/Terezín 1942-44'
A. Praher: 'Between Conformation and
Complicity – Austrian Skiing and the Nazi
Regime'
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
Olympism
(room 3.01-chair: Tallec Marston)
Aspetti italiani della storia dello sport
(room 3.02-chair: Bolz)
Before modern sport
(room 3.08-chair: Vamplew)
E. Belloni: 'Sport, economia e società. La
nascita dell’industria sportiva in Italia'
N. Numakura: 'The Origin of Hobby Horse
Dancing through the Case Studies of
"Arauma (wild horse dancing)" and
"Komaodori (war horse dancing)" '
11:00-11:30
P. Clastres: 'Pierre de Coubertin,
Normandies and Sports'
11:30-12:00
V. Siljak: 'The Competitions that have
Contributed to the Rise and Spread of the
Olympic Movement in the late 19th and
early 20th century'
D. Serapiglia: 'Le donne e gli anni Ottanta
in Italia attraverso la storia del Volley'
J.-F. Loudcher: 'The Non Sportification of
the French “Soule” (Folk-football): A SocioHistorical Reflection on the
Characteristics of its Configuration (16th
to 19th century)'
12:00-12:30
A. Elias: ' "We don’t want Olympics, we
want revolution": Citizenship responses to
Modern nation building projects during
the XIX Summer Olympiad'
M. Bianchi: 'L’archivio di Artemio Franchi.
Una pagina di storia del calcio italiano e
mondiale attraverso le carte private di un
dirigente sportivo'
M. Huggins: 'Racing Grandstands in early
modern England: A social, architectural
and cultural history'
12:30-13:40
lunch
13:15-13:40: Meeting of the Fellows of CESH - room 3.08 ( Fellows only!)
Student cultural
programme
⓴th International CESH Congress ▪ DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY ▪ Leicester (UK)
13:40-14:30
General Assembly of CESH (room 3.03)
Cold War
(room 3.01-chair: Polley)
Deporte español
(room 3.02-chair: Garcia Arjona)
Pratiques physiques traditionnelles et
éducatives (room 3.08-chair: Machemehl)
14:30-15:00
T. Collins: ' "Rugger Diplomacy": Britain,
Rumania and rugby during the Cold War'
J. A. Simon: 'Fútbol e identidad nacional:
la victoria frente a Inglaterra en 1929 y la
utilización del mito de la furia española
por la dictadura de Primo de Rivera'
C. Bourenan, M. Sahraoui, K. Benmesbah:
'La civilisation numide et le sport
olympique : le cas du Roi Mastanabal'
15:00-15:30
N. Sbetti: 'Skating Between National
Prestige and Cold War. The 1956 Winter
Olympics in Cortina and the involvement
of the Italian government'
F. Ibarz Corderas: 'La batalla del deporte: el
Día Nacional de Cataluña en la Guerra
Civil Española'
A. Craïs: 'Les origines de l'éducation
physique et sportive dans les plans de
formation scolaire : le cas du
Philanthropin de Dessau 1776-1794'
15:30-16:00
G. Quin: 'Creating a Sport, Changing the
Rules, Maintaining an Eastern Domination.
Between Tradition and Sportivization,
Rhythmic Gymnastics a Sporting Activity
between East and West (1961-1989)'
R. Mirabet Agulled: 'Educación Física
Universitaria: el fracaso del sistema en la
Universidad de Barcelona (1944-1955)'
B. Hafsaoui, F. Belghoul, A. H. Ghadban:
'Jeux traditionnels et pratique physique en
Algérie : Analyse socio-historique'
16:00-16:30 Coffee break
Oral History
(room 3.01-chair: Collins)
Conflits d'espaces et de pratiques dans les
régions françaises (room 3.02-chair: Cardin)
Cultural and legal regulation of sport
(room 3.08-chair: Greenfield)
C. Moore: How Does the Irish Soccer Split
Compare to Other Sporting Splits in
Divided Societies?'
M. Martins, H. Baldy dos Reis: 'Trade
unionism in Brazilian football (19802015)'
16:30-17:00
A. Viuda, C. Casado, X. Pujadas: 'The Oral
Memory of Sportswomen during Francoism
(1939-75): a case study of Madrid'
D. Jallat, S. Stumpp: 'De la politisation des
pratiques physiques dans les espaces
frontières. Les associations sportives et
gymniques alsaciennes et la question de
l’identité régionale entre 1900 et le début
des années 1920'
17:00-17:30
J. Hall: 'English Rugby Union and Apartheid
South Africa: an Oral History Perspective'
C. Machemehl: 'Création et évolutions
d’une offre de gymnastique commerciale
face à l’essor du sport. Le cas Normand
1852-1914'
17:30-18:00
walking/transfer to King Power Stadium (address: Filbert Way, Leicester LE2 7FL)
18:00-21:00
Stadium Tour & Social Dinner (King Power Stadium)
⓴th International CESH Congress ▪ DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY ▪ Leicester (UK)
Wednesday 7 September 2016
08:40-09:00 Coffee and pastries
History of PE/history and PE
(room 3.01-chair: Albanidis)
Sport, conflitcs and the media
(room 3.02-chair: Porter)
Student programme
(room 3.07)
09:00-09:30
J. Rühl: 'Aims and Objectives of the
Training Colleges for Turn-Teachers of the
German Confederation and the early
German Empire in the 19th Century'
G. Bonini: 'Passive resistance of some
Austrian journals (1938-1945) through
sporting reports'
09:30-10:00
C. Casado Hernández: 'María de Miranda´s
role in the development of Physical
Education in Spain (1939-1945)'
M. Taylor: 'The Crowd Still Roared: Sport
and the BBC in Wartime Britain, 1939-45'
10:00-10:30
D. Peaple: 'How has sports history and
values-themed learning and related Links
to Higher Education successfully shaped
culture, learning and achievement at a
state secondary school in the UK?'
A. Suzuki: 'Newspaper Article about
Football in Occupied Austria after the
Second World War: Focused on a playing
tour of Britain of Dinamo Moscow in 1945'
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:00
Horst Überhorst Memorial Address (room 3.03)
Wray Vamplew: 'Promotion, Products and (Possibly) Profits: Sports Entrepreneurship Revisited'
12:00-12:15
Closing Ceremony (room 3.03)
12:15-13:15
Lunch
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