In 2023 SportsAfrica will hold a series of Sports Africa Live (SAL) Webinars and workshops. You are cordially invited to take part as an attendee or presenter.
Sports Africa Live (SAL) sessions are virtual roundtables typically 90 to 120 minutes long, focusing on specific current and ongoing issues in African Sports. The content draws from practical experiences as well as academic and empirical knowledge to create a rich exchange among all participants.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill up the Proposal Form to express your interest in presenting a Sports Africa Live session in one of the following formats, and the proposal guidelines and submission form will be sent to you by a member of the SportsAfrica team:
The upcoming sessions will be announced ahead of time.
The Sports Africa Network and the Center for African Studies at the University of Florida are pleased to announce the
15th Sports Africa Conference and 38th Gwendolen M. Carter Conference.
SportsAfricaLive #10 (Book discussion)
Saturday, November 5, 2022 @ 3pm GMT (Dakar time)
11:00am US EST – 10:00 am US CST – 8:00am US PST – 6:00pm Nairobi 4:00 pm Lagos – 5:00 pm Jo’burg
Dr. Itamar Dubinsky
SportsAfrica 9th Webinar: Sports and Gambling in Africa
October 8, 2022 @ 3pm GMT
SportsAfricaLive #8 (Book discussion)
Thursday September 29, 2022 @ 2:00 pm EST (6:00 pm GMT)
Listen to the discussion: https://footballscholars.org/uncategorized/cameroonian-dreams/
Sports Africa Conference 14th Conference
African nations and world competitions – State of Play
The Sociology and Anthropology Department at the Nelson Mandela University in partnership with Sports Africa, and the Center for International Studies at Ohio University hosted the 14th edition of the Sports Africa Conference.
As the 2020 Sports Africa conference is postponed, Sports Africa Network has decided to hold online discussion sessions to continue engaging with the network of scholars and practitioners with meaningful presentations and discussions about Africa and sports in Africa and globally.
IMPUMELEO, the Interdisciplinary Electronic Journal of African Sports was launched in 2004 to provide n unique immediate and authentic medium for the promotion of sports in Africa. The journal publications focused primarily on sports from an interdisciplinary perspective,CONTINUE READING
Sports Africa Network is a non-profit association which fully relies on membership fees to sustain its various activities. We encourage scholars and practitioners with interest in African sport studies and knowledge to join the network and participate in its various activities.CONTINUE READING
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