Monday, January 21, 2013
CFP: Women's football: played, watched, talked about
WOMEN’S FOOTBALL: PLAYED, WATCHED, TALKED ABOUT
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
About the conference:
The aim of the conference is to share information and knowledge about women’s football, the games and the players, the male and female fans as well as the media coverage. At the same time, the event will provide the opportunity for networking and promoting international cooperation among researchers on women’s football.
The conference will be an opportunity to present results of the project “Feminisation of Football in Europe” which is part of the FREE Project “Football Research in an Enlarged Europe” funded by the EU, 7th framework programme.
The conference will be covering the following topics and invite scholars to contribute with knowledge in relation to:
1. Women’s Football – Players, Teams and Organisations.
2. Women as Football Consumers and Fans.
3. Women’s Football in the Focus of Mass Media.
Renowned scholars will deliver keynotes and colleagues working in this field are
invited to present papers in parallel sessions. For additional information on the conference visit our website at: www.NEXS.dk/FREECpH2013
Call for abstracts:
Deadline for submission of abstract: February 28, 2013. Please submit your
abstract through the conference website.
Notification of acceptance: April 2, 2013.
Abstracts may not exceed 3,000 characters (including spaces). They should contain main questions, theoretical approaches, methods and results.
There will be no conference fee, but registration is necessary. Deadline for registration is May 1, 2013.
For all further information, feel FREE to contact Rikke S. Jeppesen (Rjeppesen@ifi.ku.dk) & Svenja Mintert (firstname.lastname@example.org) FREE – Football Research in an Enlarged Europe is an FP7 project funded under Socio-Economic Sciences and Humanities