Timetable: Gender Issues in Theory and Practice

Martial Arts Studies: Gender Issues in Theory and Practice

Hosted by the Centre of Sport, Tourism and Leisure Studies, University of Brighton, Eastbourne Campus, 5th Feb 2016, 10am-5.30pm

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Time Session Speaker(s)
10.00-10.20  

Registration

 

10.20-10.40 Welcome address from the Martial Arts Studies Research Network and the University of Brighton Dr Paul Bowman, Cardiff University

Professor John Sugden, University of Brighton

10.40-11.20 Engaging marginalised young men in a local boxing club Adam Hanover, Eastbourne Boxing Club

Dr Christopher R. Matthews, University of Brighton

11.20-11.40  

Break

 

11.40-12.20

Sex, gender and boxing: What’s changed since 2012?

Professor Kath Woodward, The Open University
12.20-13.40 Lunch
13.40-14.20 Creating supportive environments for LGBT people in martial arts clubs Anna Kavoura, University of Jyväskalä

Catherine Phipps, University of Greenwich

14.20-15.00

Plenary session: Engaging girls and women in martial arts & combat sports

15.00-15.20 break
15.20-16.00  

Tales from the ring: Young boxers’ narratives of desistance from violence

 

Dr Deborah Jump, Manchester Metropolitan University

16.00-16.40

‘Love Fighting, Hate Violence’: Building an anti-domestic violence campaign within martial arts and combat sports

Dr Alex Channon, University of Brighton

Dr Christopher R. Matthews, University of Brighton

17.00-17.30 Book launch – ‘Global Perspectives on Women in Combat Sports’ & wine reception
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