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Published on Thursday, June 08, 2017


A first international seminar for PHD and post-graduate students in sport history (political and cultural perspectives) supervised by Prof. Dave Day (Manchester Metropolitan University) and Prof. J.-F. Loudcher (Bordeaux) is planned at Bordeaux between the 11th September and the 13th September 2017. It is the first of a series of seminars between the two universities (the next will be in Manchester) and will provides an opportunity to establish new relationsships and partnerships with students ands researchers from all over the world. In addition, this one will have a workshop on European project research funding on cultural and political sport coaching in a comparative way for an application in 2018. It is possible to just attend the seminar and the workshop.


1rst International Seminar for Students, (Post-Graduate, PHD) in Sport History

Supervised by

  • Dave Day, Professor, Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Jean-François Loudcher, Professor, Bordeaux University


Monday 11th September

Begin student presentations (everyone has an hour – 20/30min presentation plus discussion)

14.45 hrs Coffee

15 hrs Presentations

  • 15 hrs - Lisa Taylor (MMU) Hidden histories: Competitive women’s rowing in Britain since 1945
  • 16 hrs - Julien Krier (Bordeaux) - Studying the Training of Physical and Sport Education Teachers at Bordeaux and its Consequences onto the Local Sport Development; The History of the Regional Training Sport Centre for PE Teacher (CREPS) of Talence (1941-1983) and its Actors

17 hrsCoffee

  • 17.30 hrs - Liam Dyer (MMU) - The Role of the Industrial Middle Class in the Provision and Control of Victorian Sport in the North: The London and North-Western Railway Company in Crewe
  • 18.30 hrs - Florian Hugedet & Romain Baron (Besançon) - An example of French PE teacher Recruitement Procedure: Between Knowledge-Sharing and Moulding at the "Ecole Normale Supérieure" in Sport Sciences and Physical Education of Rennes (2002-2017)

19.30 hrs - Meal

Tuesday 12th September

08.00 hrs - Coffee

08.30 hrs - Presentations

  • 08.30 hrs - Czegledi Orsolya (URePSSS Laboratory, University of Lille 2) - Nature and Tourism Management in Hungary: A Socialist Heritage?
  • 09.30 hrs - Johanna Mellis (Florida) - : Post-1956 Elite Athletes in Hungary: The Happiest Athletes in the Socialist Camp

10.30 hrs - Coffee

  • 11.00 hrs - Omar Dieng (Besançon) - Senegalese Wrestling in Daily Newspapers of the 2000s. A Physical Activity between Tradition and Modernity?
  • 12.00 hrs - Eddy Estlin (MMU) – Motion, Rest and Physical Literacy ; Historical Perspectives for 1837-1936

13.00 hrs Lunch (Buffet on Site)

14 hrs - Presentations

  • 14.00 hrs - Jean-Francois Loudcher - An analysis of the Representation of Triat’s Gymnasium (1856) through the theoretical frame of Michel Foucault
  • 15.00 hrs – 16.00 hrs - Loïc Delacroix (Bordeaux) - Identities Using of the Traditional Physical Cultures in France by the « Basques » People from the End of the Nineteenth century: Times, Production and Reconfiguration of the Symbolic and Practical Boundaries

16 hrs - Coffee

  • 16.30 hrs – 17.30 hrs - Martyn Cooke (MMU) The origins and early development of association football in The Potteries: 1840 – 1914
  • 17.30 hrs – 18hrs Willy Hugedet (Besançon) - Pierre Parlebas, motor behaviour and New Education: What Research Perspectives? A Short Presentation….

18.30 hrs (Victoire Site) Dave Day – Dewey Presentation (site of Victoire)

20.00 hrs Dinner

Wednesday 13th September

08.30 – 10.30 hrs Working breakfast on future funding (2018)–Cultural and Historical Perspectives on Sport Coaching in a Comparative Approach (UK-France)

10.30hrs - Presentations

  • 10.30 hrs - Corine Guillon (Bordeaux) - The Emergence of Sport in the Regional Newspaper through the Example of « La Petite Gironde » (1872-1913)
  • 11.30 hrs - Nick PierceyMy PhD journey

12.00 hrs Workshop summary

Participation is free, contact; Jean-francois.loudcher@u-bordeaux.fr


  • Bordeaux-Montaigne Université, UFSTAPS - Rue Camille Joulian
    Pessac, France (33)


  • Monday, September 11, 2017
  • Tuesday, September 12, 2017
  • Wednesday, September 13, 2017


  • sport, history, politic, cultural, methodology


  • jean-François loudcher
    courriel : jean-francois [dot] loudcher [at] u-bordeaux [dot] fr

Information source

  • jean-François loudcher
    courriel : jean-francois [dot] loudcher [at] u-bordeaux [dot] fr


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