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Reading and Resources

David McDonald, ‘Sports History and the Historical profession’, in R. Edelman and W. Wilson, The Oxford Handbook of Sports History (2017)

E. Anderson, A. White, Sport, Theory and Social Problems (2018)

John Bale and Mike Cronin (eds), Sport and Postcolonialism (2003)

D. Booth, ‘Invitation to historians: the historiographical turn of a practicing (sport) historian’, Rethinking History [serial online]. December 2014;18(4):583-598.

Douglas Hartmann, ‘Sport and Social Theory’, in The Oxford Handbook of Sports History

J. Hughson, ‘The Postmodernist Always Rings Twice: Reflections on the “New” Cultural Turn in Sports History’. International Journal Of The History Of Sport 30(1)(2013), 35-45

Murray Philips and Gary Osmond (eds.), Sports History in the Digital Era (2015)

Martin Polley, Sports History: A Practical Guide (2007)

Roger Rees and Andrew Miracle, Sport and Social Theory (1986)

Peter Alegi, African Soccerscapes (2010)

C.Bolsmann and D.Porter, English Gentlemen and World Soccer: Corinthians, Amatuerism and the Global game (2018)

Carrie Dunn, Female football fans : community, identity and sexism (2014)

Joshua Nadel, Futbol: Why Soccer matters in Latin America (2014)

Hilary Beckles and Brian Stoddary, Liberation Cricket: West Indies Cricket Culture (1995) Derek Birley A Social History of English Cricket (1999)

Richard Cashman, Patrons, players and the crowd: the phenomenon of Indian Cricket (1980)

Jon Gemmel, The politics of South African Cricket (2004)

C L R James, Beyond the Boundary (1963)

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