Author Archives: Andrew Guest

Football Scholars Miscellany: A First XI Summer Edition

With all the buzz around the upcoming European Championships and the Olympics,  I thought it would be a good time for another installment of Football Scholars Miscellany— a ‘First XI’ of miscellaneous themes and links as food for FSF thought … Continue reading

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A Fall First XI: Football Scholars Miscellany

It’s been another few months of abundance for those of us interested in thinking about ways the scholarly might engage with the sporty, so I thought I’d have another go at a ‘First XI’ of miscellaneous themes and links as … Continue reading

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Women’s World Cup Miscellany: A First XI

Can you be a ‘football scholar’ and not appreciate a World Cup?  Even if you get frustrated by the politics and/or the play, the spectacle of a particular, peculiar version of the modern world on stage always seems to cry … Continue reading

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Football Scholar Miscellany: A First Eleven

In the spirit of helping to make the Football Scholars Forum a space for exchanging and enriching scholarly perspectives related to the beautiful game, I suggested the possibility of periodically posting a collection of links to and notes about work … Continue reading

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