11th ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF SPORTS HISTORY IRELAND CALL FOR PAPERS

11th ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF SPORTS HISTORY IRELAND CALL FOR PAPERS

11th ANNUAL
CONFERENCE OF
SPORTS HISTORY
IRELAND
12 September 2015
Maynooth University

9.00 9:30 Conference Registration

9.30 11:00 Session 1 Sport and the Great War

Jean-Baptiste Ambroise Vasset The First World War, and its Role in the
Development of Soccer in France

Pat Bracken Crickets Lost Generation: the Great War 1914-18

Richard McElligott War, Rebellion and Revolution: The Political
Radicalisation of the GAA, 1916-1919

Tea Break

11:15 12:45 Session 2 Irish Sport in Postcards, Literature and
Legislation

Paul Gunning Ready Money, Betting, Sport and Law in Ireland: 1830s1930s

Conal Hooper Game Ball James Joyce and Handball

Aiden Mannion Sporting Postcards in early Twentieth Century Ireland
12:45 13:45 Lunch

13:45 14:45 Keynote Speaker Tom Hunt Researching and
Writing the History of the Olympic Council of Ireland

14:50 16:20 Session 3 Sport, Identity and the Inter-War
Period

Stephen Foose More than a Stick: The contested meaning of the
camn at the turn of the 20th Century

Ciaran Priestley Dalymount Days: Identity Crises in the Home of Irish
football 1914-1939

Mike McGuinness Fay Taylour and Clem Beckett: Speedway Stars on
Opposite Sides of the Track

Tea Break

16:35 17:35 Session 4 Sport and Political Violence in the
1970s

Seamus Morris The 1972 Munich Olympics The Unhappy 'Happy
Games'

Cormac Moore Unity in Irish Soccer During the Troubles?

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