2018 NASSS Annual Conference
Sport Soundtrack: Sport, Music, & Culture
Thursday, November 1 • 11:00am - 12:15pm
Author Meets Critic: "When Women Rule the Court"

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This session engages a critique of "When Women Rule the Court: Gender, Race, and Japanese American Basketball" authored by Nicole Williams [Rutgers University Press, 2017]. An invited panel of experts will offer an overview of key contributions and findings, provide a critical analysis, speak to the merits of the text, and situate the work within the larger body of scholarship on gender, race, and sport. The author will engage and respond to the "critics."

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Jessica W. Chin

Professor, San Jose State University
Active learning strategies, when implemented effectively, can lead to increased student engagement and higher levels of significant learning. In contrast, traditional teaching formats that maintain conventional use of time and space, including lecturing, embed students in colonial-inspired... Read More →

Constancio R. Arnaldo Jr

University of Nevada - Las Vegas

C. Richard King

Columbia College Chicago
Intercepting the Game: Representing the NFL in AustriaAs football travels, its changes. While the rules and play of the game remain largely same, it takes on new meanings, often expressed in imaginative and unexpected ways. This is very much the case in Austria, where American football... Read More →

Nicole Willms

Gonzaga University

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Cheryl Cooky

Professor, Purdue University
Editor, Sociology of Sport Journal. Past -President of NASSS (2015-2017). Research interests: the intersections of gender, sport, media, and American culture. Latest book: Serving Equality: Feminism, Media, and Women’s Sport (2022, co-author Dunja Antunovic).

Thursday November 1, 2018 11:00am - 12:15pm PDT
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