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2018 NASSS Annual Conference
Sport Soundtrack: Sport, Music, & Culture
Saturday, November 3 • 1:30pm - 2:45pm
The Business of College Athletics

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This Open Session explores the historical and contemporary issues in the organizational practices of intercollegiate athletics in the United States. 

Speakers
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Sayvon JL Foster

Graduate Research & Teaching Assistant, Texas A&M University Division of Sport Management
Sayvon JL Foster is a current second-year doctoral student in the Sport Management program at Texas A&M University. With his specialization in Higher Education-Student Affairs Administration, his primary research interest investigates collegiate athlete experience & development. In... Read More →
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Jerry Holt

Florida A&M University
Differences in Varsity Sport Opportunities:  Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Predominantly White Institutions (PWIs)Athletics has always played a substantive role in the life and culture of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs; Chalk, 1976... Read More →
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Max Klein

A critical exploration of capitalist colonization through international sport league-player extractions, University of Connecticut
On February 16, 2019, the National Basketball Association (NBA) and International Basketball Federation (FIBA) announced their plans to bring a professional league to Africa scheduled to begin 2020. The league, entitled the Basketball Africa League (BAL), plans to include a total... Read More →
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John N. Singer

Texas A&M University
Session: Songs of Liberation: Methods of Resistance in Sporting Spaces #1Last Chance U: Exploring College Football Experiences and Media Narratives through Video ElicitationIn 2016 Netflix released an original documentary series, Last Chance U, focused on the East Mississippi State... Read More →
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Ellen Staurowsky

Drexel University
Revisiting Millard Lampell’s View of College Football as Industry and College Athlete Labor EffortsIn 1951, Columbia Pictures released the film Saturday’s Hero, based on an adaptation of a novel entitled The Hero by singer, song writer, and radio dramatist Millard Lampell.  Like... Read More →
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Elizabeth Taylor

Temple University
What’s in a Title?  Assistant/Associate Head Coaches in the NCAAThe assistant/associate head coach position is relatively new to the intercollegiate athletics world, and often comes without definition from athletic departments.  This can lead to uncertainty about the nature of... Read More →
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Prof. Erica Zonder

Associate Professor of Sport Management, Eastern Michigan University
Erica J. Zonder is an Associate Professor of Sport Management at Eastern Michigan University, where she also serves as the undergraduate Sport Management program coordinator. Additionally, she is the co-chair of the university-wide Title IX Education, Prevention, & Advocacy Committee... Read More →

Moderators
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Ellen Staurowsky

Drexel University
Revisiting Millard Lampell’s View of College Football as Industry and College Athlete Labor EffortsIn 1951, Columbia Pictures released the film Saturday’s Hero, based on an adaptation of a novel entitled The Hero by singer, song writer, and radio dramatist Millard Lampell.  Like... Read More →


Saturday November 3, 2018 1:30pm - 2:45pm PDT
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