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[ecrea] Sports media & femininity symposium

Sat Sep 29 10:46:37 GMT 2018

Registration for*New research agendas for the **study of sports media (re)presentation(s) of sportswomen **and femininity*/, /a**BSA Early Career Forum event, will close on /_Thursday, 5th October 2018_/.

The event, which will take place on /_Friday, _//_12th Octo_//_ber 2018_/ in the Hedley Suite, Sandyford Building atNorthumbria University, Newcastle, is a one day symposium provides an inter/cross-disciplinary platform to explore different ways we come to know, understand, collaborate on and communicate research of the gendered nature of sports media, in particular the representation of femininity. It will be of interest to early career researchers and academics from range of disciplines who are interested in exploring the construction of gendered identity in modern mediated sport, and who would like to make an ongoing contribution to an inter-disciplinary understanding of sports media.

*Keynote speaker*

+Dr Beth Fielding-Lloyd (Sheffield University)


*Keynote panel*

+ Dr Carrie Dunn, author The Roar of the Lionesses; Jen O’Neill, editor SheKicks magazine; Dr Beccy Watson, Leeds Beckett University, Kath Woodward, Emeritus Professor The Open University;


+ Dr Naz Ali (University of East London): De-orientialist Representations of Muslim Sportswomen and Femininity in Sports Media: An Orientalist Challenge

+ Dr Ali Bowes (Loughborough College) & Dr Niamh Kitching  (Limerick Institute of Technology): "Battle of the Sixes": Investigating Media Representations of Female Professional Golfers competing in a Men's Tour Event

+ Alex Culvin (University of Central Lancashire): New Realities of Professional Women Footballers in England + Dr Gary James (De Montfort University): Women, Football and the Media: Reflections 1970 to 2018

+ Sandra Kyeremeh (University of Padova): "Black women's sporting bodies in Italian sport. An intersectional approach to Italian Sport

+ Pete Lansley (University of Derby): Utilising experiential learning to underpin the University of Derby's bid to break down gender stereotypes within football journalism

+ Elizabeth McLaughlin & Dr Kathryn Burnett (both University of the West of Scotland): "A Women's Game? Maybe aye. Maybe naw": Examining the gendered context of Scotland's sports journalism learning through the /Girls Do Sport /project

+ Anamaria Nicola (University of Bucharest): Women reporters are excluded from "serious" beats in the only sports paper left in Romania

[Please note that the programme published on the website and highlighted here in this email should be considered provisional. Every effort will be made to minimise changes but unavoidable scheduling requirements can necessitate changes to the participation of speakers that are beyond our control].


***Event Details:*

Venue Conference: Hedley Suite, Sandyford Building, Northumbria University City Campus, Newcastle, NE1 8ST

Date: Friday 12 October 2018

Time: 9am-5pm

BSA Members: £5; Non-members: £15 (Lunch and refreshment provided)
To book tickets, please visit the BSA website, here <>. For further information, please contact: (roger.domeneghetti /at/ <mailto:(roger.domeneghetti /at/>

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