Cultural Capitalism, Sporting Abstractions, & Market Subjectivities
Cultural Capitalism, Sporting Abstractions, & Market Subjectivities

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Michelle Helstein
helsmt@uleth.ca
Kinesiology & Phys Educ
March 29, 2004

 
You are invited to the Alberta Round-Table for the Socio_Cultural Study of Physical Activity and Sport on Saturday, April 3, 2004.

The featured Speaker is Dr. David Andrews from the Sport, Culture, & Commerce Program at the University of Maryland. His talk is titled, Cultural Capitalism, Sporting Abstractions, and Market Subjectivities.

Other speakers include:

Lainie Mandlis
Faculty of Physical Education, University of Alberta
“The Boxer” as an Identity: The Conflation of the Sport and the Athlete

Sean Brayton & Greg Duquette
Faculty of Physical Education, University of Alberta
Mainstream Resistance: Marketing Difference through the Rhetoric of Sport

Alissa Overend
Faculty of Physical Education, University of Alberta
A Healthy Balance? The Boundaries between ‘Science’ and ‘Non-Science’?

Michael Cantelon
Faculty of Physical Education, University of Alberta
Unclearly Canadian: The 'Other' in Canadian Sport and Popular Culture

Tosha Tsang
Department of Sociology, University of Alberta
Neo-Colonialism in Late-Capitalist Sport: FIFA and International Football.

The event is sponsored by:

▪ Faculty of Arts & Science, University of Lethbridge
▪ Faculty of Management, University of Lethbridge
▪ Department of Kinesiology, University of Lethbridge
▪ Faculty of Physical Education & Recreation, University of Alberta
▪ Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Calgary

For a schedule of Events visit Michelle Helstein's Homepage at http://people.uleth.ca/~helsmt

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