Palgrave Studies in Sport and Politics aims to nurture new research, both historical and contemporary, to the complex inter-relationships between sport and politics. The books in this series will range in their focus from the local to the global, and will embody a broad approach to politics, encompassing the ways in which sport has interacted with the state, dissidence, ideology, war, human rights, diplomacy, security, policy, identities, the law, and many other forms of politics. It includes approaches from a range of disciplines, and promotes work by new and established scholars from around the world.
Dr Daphné Bolz, University of Normandy – Rouen, France
Dr Susan Grant, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Dr Keiko Ikeda, Hokkaido University, Japan
Dr Barbara Keys, University of Melbourne, Australia
Dr Iain Lindsey, Durham University, UK
Dr Ramon Spaaij, Victoria University, Australia and University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
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