The abstract deadline for the 46th Annual Conference in Oslo, Norway has been extended to April 16, 2018. The call for papers, as well as further information about the conference,… Read more »
Call for Papers International Association for the Philosophy of Sport Conference September 5-8, 2018 at The Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Oslo, Norway The International Association for the Philosophy of… Read more »
Presented by the New York Law School Law Review Conceived and moderated by Professor Robert Blecker Friday, October 27, New York Law School, Events Center, Second Floor Speakers Paul Gaffney,… Read more »
The Center for Sociocultural Sport and Olympic Research 1st Annual Conference California State University, Fullerton (USA) March 9-10, 2018 www.CSSOR.org CSSOR Distinguished Scholar Lecture Prof. Andrew Zimbalist, Smith College Call… Read more »
In need of transportation to IAPS? Here is some information about options: Getting to Whistler on Epic Rides (a bus service from downtown Vancouver to Whistler): Take the Canada Line (rapid… Read more »
To celebrate the upcoming 45th IAPS conference, at the special reception on Thursday, SEP 6. 2017 @ the Westin, IAPS will host a ‘book draw’ for student delegates. If you are attending the… Read more »
Sport, Ethics and Philosophy is publishing a special issue on “The emergence of e-sports: Challenges and Opportunities,” edited by José Luis Pérez Triviño and Francisco Javier López Frías. You can find the… Read more »
The IAPS conference website is now up and running. Visit http://langara.ca/departments/philosophy/iaps-conference/index.html for information on registration, conference accommodations, and more!
The deadline for abstract submissions for the 45th Annual IAPS conference in Whistler, BC has been extended to April 21, 2017. Click here for more details.
After careful deliberation, the IAPS Executive has voted to move the 2017 conference from Starkville, Mississippi to Whistler, British Columbia Canada. Mississippi has enacted discriminatory anti-gay legislation, the result of… Read more »