|PhD (2000) on "German Turnen in the United States".
M.A. degree in American Studies and Sport Sciences at the University of Tübingen, Germany.
1999-2005 Assistant Professor at the Department of Sport Science of the University of Münster, Germany.
Since 2006 Professor for Sport Pedagogy at the Ludwigsburg University of Education in Germany.
ISHPES and CESH Young Scholar Awards, and Fellow of CESH.
Main areas of research: Integration in sports, ethnicity and sports, American sports, sport and the ill body, gender studies and various aspects of skiing.
To be announced by October 2017, after the new Council elects the vice presidents
Sandra Heck, Germany
|PhD (2012) in Sport Science, Ruhr-University Bochum/Germany
Monograph on the genesis of the modern pentathlon in 2013; co-editor of a special issue of International Journal of the History of Sport on “Sport and Urban Space in Europe” in 2012; published articles in Journal of Sport History, International Journal of the History of Sport, Stadion, and Olympika.
Dr. Klaus Marquardt-Prize 2013 (for doctoral dissertations), Bochum
ISHPES Junior Scholar Award 2009, Stirling/Scotland
Received grants from: Ruhr-University Bochum, VG Wort , Académie Nationale Olympique Francaise, Deutscher Akademischer Auslandsdienst, International Olympic Academy
Main areas of research: sport and military history, environmental sustainability, mega-events, German-French sport relations
Gertrud Pfister, Denmark
|Gertrud Pfister has gained a PhD in history and sociology. From 1980 to 2000, she worked as a professor at the Freie Universität Berlin. Currently she is professor at the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences, University of Copenhagen.
From 1983 to 2001 Gertrud Pfister was President of the International Society for the History of Physical Education and Sport, from 2004 to 2008 President of the International Sport Sociology Association. Gertrud Pfister served as a guest professor at several foreign universities, and was invited as a keynote speaker to more than 30 international congresses. She is member of the editorial boards of 15 scientific journals and she served in several committees which evaluated sport faculties and departments.
Pfister won several awards for her scholarly work, among others, the Award of the International Society for Sport History and the Howell, the Howell Distinguished Lecturer Award of the North American Society for Sport History and the inaugural European Women and Sport Award (for research and leadership in the area of women's sport). In 2007, she was awarded an Honorary Doctorate at the Semmelweis University, Budapest.
The main topics of her research are sport history and sport sociology with a special focus on social class, gender and ethnicity, socialization, and international comparisons.
Early Career Scholar Representatives
Dario Nardini, Italy
Taro Obayashi, Japan
Heather Dichter, United States
|Associate Professor, De Montfort University
PhD (2008), "Sporting Democracy: The Western Allies’ Reconstruction of Germany Through Sport, 1944-1952", University of Toronto Department of History
MA (2002), University of North Carolina
BA (2000), University of Michigan
Previously taught at Western Michigan University, Ithaca College, York College of Pennsylvania, University of Toronto, and Franklin College Switzerland.
Co-Editor of Diplomatic Games: Sport, Statecraft and International Relations since 1945 (University Press of Kentucky, 2014).
Main areas of research: international sport, Olympic Games, politics, diplomacy
Francois Cleophas, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Heather Dichter, De Montfort University, Great Britain
Russell Field, University of Manitoba, Canada
Teresa González-Aja, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Susanna Hedenborg, Malmö University, Sweden
Keiko Ikeda, Hokkaido University, Japan
Mei-Chun Lin, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwain
Michael Krüger, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität of Münster, Germany
Malcolm MacLean, University of Gloucestershire, Great Britain
Rudolf Müllner, University of Vienna, Austria
Tomaž Pavlin, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Gertrud Pfister, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Pierre-Olaf Schut, University Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, France
Patricia Vertinsky, University of British Columbia, Canada