Sport, Identity, and Culture | Rowman & Littlefield
Sport, Identity, and Culture
The Sport, Identity, and Culture series addresses the important role sport plays in social, cultural, and political contexts throughout history. While the series is primarily historical in its focus, it welcomes interdisciplinary projects. It is intentionally broad in its conceptualization, as sport—its organization, practice, and meanings—exists both within and beyond the territorial, cultural, social, ethnic, racial, gender, psychological, and chronological borders that construct and define individual and group identity. The series seeks monographs and edited volumes directed at scholars and students, though some appeal to the general public is also welcome.



Editor(s): Gerald R. Gems (grgems@noctrl.edu)
Advisory Board: Linda J. Borish, Susanna Hedenborg, Jorge Iber, Malcolm MacLean, Patricia Anne Vertinsky, Gertrud Pfister, and Billy Hawkins
Staff editorial contact: Brian Hill (bhill@rowman.com)
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Transnational Sport in the American West: Oaxaca California Basketball
BERNARDO RAMIREZ RIOS
Lexington Books • June 2019 • Monograph
The Early Years of Chicago Soccer, 1887–1939
GABE LOGAN
Lexington Books • May 2019 • Monograph
The Miami Times and the Fight for Equality: Race, Sport, and the Black Press, 1948–1958
YANELA G. MCLEOD
Lexington Books • December 2018 • Monograph
Asians and Pacific Islanders in American Football: Historical and Contemporary Experiences
JOEL S. FRANKS
Lexington Books • May 2018 • Monograph