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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Black Women Track Stars and American Identity
Cat M. Ariail
Edited by Maureen Smith
A History of America's New National Pastime
Richard C. Crepeau
The Wars for the Soul of College Basketball
Kurt Edward Kemper
Courage, Corruption, and Commercialization
Winton U. Solberg
The People and Events That Transformed the Olympic Games
Stephen R. Wenn and Robert K. Barney
The Controversy over Native American Representations in Sports
Andrew C. Billings and Jason Edward Black
Women Who Make It Work
Steven M. Ortiz
The Bitter Sports Rivalry That Defined an Era
Matthew C. Ehrlich