Introduction Presenters Photo Album Sponsors
Tyler Spencer
Hugh Bartis (Keynote)
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

Sports as a tool to unite youth from South Africa and Washington, DC in the global fight against AIDS
Tyler Spencer - Grassroot Project
Shilpi Gupta - Independent film maker

Soccer of Education and Cultural Exchange - Play Soccer and Ohio University Partnership
Mike Raskys - Play Soccer Nonprofit International

Gavin Hollett
OA Projects (OA)
Gavin Hollett

YES with Africa
Jemadari Kamara - YES with Africa/Massachussett University


Patrick De SouzaYES with Africa
Patrick de Souza - YES with Africa, Senegal

Ousseynou Ndiaga Diop YES with Africa
Ousseynou Diop - YES with Africa, Senegal

The use of communications technology among commercial sex workers in Johannesburg: Influences of the FIFA World Cup
Andrew Carlson - Ohio University

Imag(ining) ing  Africa: Taking the politics out of sports
Fletcher Ziwoya - Ohio University

Musonda KapatamoyoWeb 2.0 as a motivational tool for runners in Africa: A textual analysis of
Musonda Kapatamoyo - Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville
Global and Political dimensions in Ghana’s sport development
Virginia Bunker - Indiana University- Bloomington
The legacy of the Rhodesian Olympic team: New and continuing research on sport as a human right
Andrew Novak - Boston University

Globalization and the African soccer manager: A lesson of failure for the leadership in African Sport
Kwabena Owuso-Kwarteng - Ohio University

‘Its Africa’s turn’: Putting symbolic politics into perspective with South Africa 2010
Bose Maposa - Ohio University

The Super-diplomat: Thabo Mbeki’s African Renaissance and South Africa FIFA World Cup 2010
Siphokazi Magadla - Ohio University

Douglas MpondiSoccer, culture, the vuvuzela and the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Douglas Mpondi - Columbus State Community College

The political economy of Al Jazeera sports in North Africa.
Ali Zyati - Marietta College

Martha SaavedraThe significance of 800 meters and African female athletes
Martha Saavedra - University of California Berkeley

Reading Invictus and Brutus: An exploration of the politics of heroism and globalization in sport
Simon Akindes - University of Wisconsin Parkside

Akon as a transnational agent for the 2010 World Cup
Kristofer Olsen - Ohio University


Representing sports in contemporary African art: Global flows through Pan-Africanism, Transnationalism, and Colonialism
Andrea Frohne - Ohio University

Videos - Abstract - Bios
Simon Akindes
Hugh Bartis
Politics and Globalization - Virginia Bunker
Politics and Globalization - Andrew Carlson
Andrew Guest
Andrea Frohne
Sheri Huckleberry
Jemadari Kamara - Patrick de Souza - Ousseynon Ndiaga Diop
Musonda Kapatamoyo
Siphokazi Magadla
Bose Maposa
Jennifer McArdle
Douglas Mpondi
Andrew Novak
Kwabena Owusu Kwarteng
Kristofer Olsen
Mike Raskys
Martha Saavedra
Fletcher Ziwoya
Tyler Spencer
Ali Zyati
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