Welcome to the University of Illinois Press virtual exhibit for the 2021 North American Society for Sports History (NASSH) annual conference! Explore books, journals, author interviews, and more in this virtual exhibit. Use promo code NASSH21 for 50% off sports books when ordering from our website, May 28-31. Buy 3 books and receive a free copy of the Journal of Olympic Studies, Spring/Summer 2021 Issue.
New Books in the Sport and Society Series Edited by Aram Goudsouzian and Jaime Schultz
New in Studies in Sports Media Edited by Victoria E. Johnson and Travis Vogan
Daniel Nasset is the new editor-in-chief at the University of Illinois Press. Danny came to Illinois as an assistant acquisitions editor in 2009, becoming an acquisitions editor in 2011 and a senior acquisitions editor in 2016. Danny has distinguished himself with his acquisitions in history, sports, American studies, communication and media studies!
Click here to read an interview with him.
Click here to contact him by email.
The Journal of Olympic Studies is the official publication of the Center for Sociocultural Sport and Olympic Research (CSSOR), and aspires to be the preeminent international multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed scholarly journal in the field of Olympic research. The Journal publishes high quality academic work on the Olympic and Paralympic Movements, in all of its forms.
Journal of Sport History is published on behalf of The North American Society for Sport History. It 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.
The Journal of Olympic Studies on The UPside: UIP Podcast Series
Interview with Professor Andy Miah
Interview with Jim Parry
Interview with Dr. Andrew Zimbalist
Interview with John MacAloon
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More From Our Authors
- Why cities like Kansas City chase Super Bowl dreams by Matthew Ehrlich in The Washington Post
- Listen to an interview with Matthew Ehrlich on the Huddlin with the Pros podcast
- Q&A with Matthew C. Ehrlich, author of Kansas City vs. Oakland
- College Football and American Culture in the Cold War Era by Kurt Edward Kemper
- Listen to an interview with Stephen R. Wenn and Robert K. Barney on Olympic Fever
- Listen to an interview with Steven M. Ortiz on the New Books Network
- How Black Women Track Stars Proved the Powerful Potential of the Olympics by Cat M. Ariail
- Q&A with NFL Football author Richard Crepeau
- Listen to an interview with Georgia Cervin on The End of Sport podcast
- Read a Scholar Spotlight interview with Jennifer McClearen in JCMS