*11th ANNUAL DONALD MACINTOSH MEMORIAL LECTURE AND SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT CONFERENCE*
Saturday 19 January 2013, Queen's University,
9 am to 4:30 pm
The School of Kinesiology and Health Studies at Queen's University would like to invite all those interested in socio-cultural studies of sport to a day conference that will be held in the memory of our colleague Dr. Don Macintosh. The conference will be held at Queen's University in Kingston on Saturday 19 January 2013, from 9 am to 4:30 pm. Registration will be available at the door. The suggested fees are $30 for faculty and $15 for students (no one will be turned away for an inability to cover the fee).
The conference program (see below) will consist of graduate student presentations, a catered lunch, and the annual Donald Macintosh Memorial Lecture, which will be given this year by Dr. Cathy van Ingen, associate professor in the Department of Kinesiology at Brock University. Dr. van Ingen’s research utilizes various theories and methods including those drawn from cultural studies, cultural geography, and poststructuralist and feminist theories of the body. She is one of the founders of the Shape Your Life boxing program for female and trans survivors of violence in Toronto.
Dr. van Ingen has written the first biographical work on Hall of Fame boxer, “Dixie Kid” Aaron Brown, in Aycock & Scott’s (eds.) (2011) The First Black Boxing Champions: Essays on Fighters of the 1800s to the 1920s. She also has written articles on women’s boxing published in The Sociology of Sport Journal, Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal, Feminist Media Studies and a forthcoming article in the Journal of Sport History called “Seeing What Frames Our Seeing”: Seeking Histories on Early Black Female Boxers. Dr. van Ingen will speak on "Ruptures, right hooks, and ring work: A methodology of ‘getting lost’ working with survivors of violence."
Dr. van Ingen's lecture is free and all are welcome to attend. It will be held in room 203 in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies building (28 Division St.), Queen's University at 11:15am. Free parking is available in the above-ground lot just next to the building.
If you would like further information about the conference please contact Robbie Millington, firstname.lastname@example.org
11th Annual Macintosh Conference, 19 January 2013
9:00 Registration and Coffee
9:20 Welcome and Introductions
9:30 A Critical Examination into the Lived Experiences of Canadian Hockey League (CHL) Players
Vicky Grygar, Brock University
10:00 Pre-Service High School Physical Educators and Inclusion: An Arts-Based Exploratory Study
Derrick Tu, York University
10:30 Sport Behind Bars: Exploring the Social Role of Sport and Physical Activity in Canada’s Federal Prisons
Mark Norman, University of Toronto
11:15 Macintosh Memorial Lecture by Dr. Cathy van Ingen, Brock University
Ruptures, Right Hooks, and Ring Work: A Methodology of “Getting Lost” Working with Survivors of Violence
12:15 Catered Lunch
1:00 Community and Hockey Reimagined
Sarah Barnes, Queen’s University
1:30 Gender Construction of Today’s Canadian Cowgirl
Desirea Weninger, University of Ottawa
2:00 “A Fast-Moving Game with Lots of Intensity” or “A Demeaning, Pathetic Spectacle”?: Newspaper Coverage of the Lingerie Football League Canada
Katrina Krawec, University of Windsor
2:45 Playing on the Edge: Racialized Male Youth and Sports in Toronto’s Rexdale Community
Dan Girdler, Brock University
3:15 Canadian Discourse on Blacks’ Participation in Aquatics
Ornella Nzindukiyimana, University of Ottawa
3:45 Exploring the Promoting Life-Skills in Aboriginal Youth (PLAY) Program: What Makes the Youth Leadership Component Successful for Aboriginal Communities?
Jared Kope, University of Ottawa
4:15 Retire to local pub