The aim of this conference is to update and renew our understanding of women’s football and other ball sports.
The aim is to analyse the issues at stake in terms of good practice and to observe the new representations that they give rise to. Beyond the obstacles and constraints that weigh on women footballers, or even ball sportswomen, the actions and experiences that allow them to develop will be defined and commented on.
Both multidisciplinary and indisciplinary, this conference brings together researchers from various backgrounds as well as experts and professionals working in the field of women’s sports, including football. The aim is to change the focus and emphasise what works and what can be implemented in the long term.
A title and an abstract of approximately 100 words in French or English, together with a brief bio-bibliographical note (the bibliography is optional) should be sent before 15 January 2023 to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference language: French and English
The congress will result in two publications:
- A publication in French by Editions Le Manuscrit
- A publication in English, possibly in the Women Sport and Physical Activity Journal
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CY Cergy Paris Université
- UMR 9022 – CNRS Héritages: Patrimoine/s, Culture/s, Création/s
- UMR 8184 THEMA
EWinS project Consortium (https://e-wins.eu/) : CY Cergy Paris Université and CY ILEPS (France), Staffordshire University (England), AWF- University of Physical Education in Krakow (Poland), UCAM Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia (Spain), KS Pradinczanka (Poland), FC Hertta (Finland), Little Miss Soccer (France), NSA National Sports Academy (Bulgaria)
Marie-Stéphanie Abouna; Sylvie Brodziak; Mélina Boetti; Anais Burghart-Roessle; Anne Guilbault, Gilles Lecocq; Stefania Marcassa; Narjiss Mekaoui; Addi Mireles Puga; Alessandra Palermo; Candice Prevost; Mame-Fatou Séne.
Marie-Stéphanie Abouna (France); Rafa Akoum (France); Alejandro Aleiva (Spain); Boryana Angelova-Igova (Bulgaria); Alexander Blackett (England); Sylvie Brodziak (France); Álvaro Díaz Aroca (Spain); Jacky Forsyth (England); Oumaya Hidri Neys (France); Pierre-Alban Lebecq (France); Gilles Lecocq (France); Julien Longhi (France); Stefania Marcassa (France); Narjiss Mekaoui (France); Korneliya Naydenova (Bulgaria); Alessandra Palermo (France); Tomasz Palka (Poland); Fatia Terfous (France); Magdalena Żmuda-Pałka (Poland).
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DATE : From June 7 to 9.
- CY Cergy Paris Université – 33 Bd du Port – Cergy-Pontoise, France (95)
- Maison internationale de la recherche – 5 mail Gay-Lussac – Neuville-sur-Oise, France (95)
How to come to Cergy ? Download the guidelines.