Journal of Sport History
The Journal of Sport History seeks to promote the study of all aspects of the history of sport. We invite the submission of scholarly articles, research notes, documents, and commentary; interview articles and book reviews are assigned by the Editor. Potential contributors are urged to consult recent issues of the JSH for examples of the format of these various contributions.
Journal of Sport History is published on behalf of The North American Society for Sport History.
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Edited by Murray Phillips
African American Athletes and Cold War Politics
Damion L. Thomas
Boxing and the Battle for Black Manhood, 1880-1915
An Unauthorized Feminist Account of the NFL
Thomas P. Oates
Women Baseball Pioneers
Debra A. Shattuck
The Journey to a Wheelchair Basketball National Championship
Courage, Corruption, and Commercialization
Winton U. Solberg
Roger R. Tamte
How the NFL Remade American Politics