setembro, 2021

13set3:00 pm5:00 pmSport History and Social SciencesJoint CESH/ISHPES Early Career Scholars Day3:00 pm - 5:00 pm NOVA's Campolide Campus — 1099-085 LisbonTipologia do Evento:Seminar

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A pre-congress seminar with Nuno Domingos aimed at students and early-career scholars taking part in the joint CESH/ISHPES Congress 2021, in Lisbon.


Sport History and Social Sciences: exploiting a fruitful relationship
Joint CESH/ISHPES Early Career Scholars Day


A seminar with Nuno Domingos (ICS – University of Lisbon)

Title: Football and colonialism


Students and Early Career Scholars who are taking part to the joint CESH/ISHPES Congress 2021 in Lisbon are invited to participate in a seminar on “Sport History and Social Sciences: exploiting a fruitful relationship,” with Dr. Nuno Domingos, anthropologist at the Institute of Social Sciences – University of Lisbon, and expert in Portuguese colonialism, historical anthropology, and the history of sport in Portugal.

The event will be held in a mixed mode (online and in-person) at the Institute of Contemporary History (IHC) — NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities, on 13 September 2021. Participants are encouraged to share their (interdisciplinary) research experiences, their ideas, their doubts and their perspectives on the topic, within a highly mutual and participative event. The seminar aims to foster a fertile trans-disciplinary dialogue within sport studies, among scholars of the next generation.

The event is free, so please sign-up in order to participate, and specify if you will join online or in presence (limited seats!), with an email to the organisers:

Dario Nardini:
Daniele Serapiglia:
Rahul Kumar:

The event is part of the CESH/ISHPES Congress 2021.


Image: National Stadium, Lisbon, Portugal, 1947. Colection Estúdio Horácio Novais. FCG — Biblioteca de Arte e Arquivos. (Source)


(Segunda-feira) 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm


NOVA FCSH, Almada Negreiros College, Room SE1

NOVA's Campolide Campus — 1099-085 Lisbon


Institute of Contemporary History — NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities, European Committee for Sports History, and International Society for the History of Physical Education and Sport