News / November 2012

Activism for better or worse?: Exploring Social Movements in Kinesiology and Health

Graduate Seminar Series, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies (SKHS)


The King Research Group presented slices of their individual reserach programs that relate to social movements at the SKHS Graduate Seminar on November 28th. Each presenter had 5-minutes to deliver a complex and compelling account of why critical analyses of seemingly benneficial healthist campaigns (including wellness philanthropy) are essential. Due to the rich and diverse […]

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KRG presents at NASSS Conference

New Orleans, November 7-11, 2012


The King Research Group and fellow Queen’s SKHS researchers presented papers at the 2012 North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS) conference held in New Orleans. The conference theme, ‘Sport in Place’ was fitting, as the conference itself slowly revealed trends — some new, some resurrected — that will shape Sociology of Sport and possibly […]

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