Presentation Title

Black Bases/Black Ice: The Multi-Sport Careers of Canadian Black Athletes and the Struggle for Social Justice

Location

Room 306, School of Social Work

Start Date

28-9-2018 1:00 PM

End Date

28-9-2018 1:45 PM

Presentation Types

Paper

Bio Statement

Dr. Colin Howell is Professor Emeritus in History and Academic Director of the Centre for the Study of Sport and Health at Saint Mary`s University in Halifax. Dr. Howell has published widely in the field of sport and health studies, including Blood, Sweat and Cheers: Sport and the Making of Modern Canada (2001) and Northern Sandlots (1995). In 2001 he initiated the Putting it on Ice series of hockey conferences, now recognized as having created a renaissance in hockey scholarship internationally. He has received numerous awards including the Heritage award of the Society of North American Hockey Researchers for excellence in sports writing. He was inducted into the Black Hockey and Sports Hall of Fame in 2008.

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Sep 28th, 1:00 PM Sep 28th, 1:45 PM

Black Bases/Black Ice: The Multi-Sport Careers of Canadian Black Athletes and the Struggle for Social Justice

Room 306, School of Social Work