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Sport under unexpected circumstances : violence, discipline, and leisure in penal and internment camps / edited by Gregor Feindt, Anke Hilbrenner, and Dittmar Dahlmann.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: D805.6.S66 S667 2018

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    Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Europäische Geschichte Mainz. Beiheft, 119
    Abteilung für Universalgeschichte
    Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Europäische Geschichte Mainz. 119.
    Abteilung für Universalgeschichte.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Göttingen : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, [2018]
    ©2018
    Contents
    Introduction
    Between "Barbed Wire Disease" and Judenexerzieren : Why the History of Sport in Penal and Internment Camps Matters / Gregor Feindt, Anke Hilbrenner, Dittmar Dahlmann
    The World of Camps : A Protean Institution in War and Peace / Alan Kramer
    Camps as Nomos of Modernity? / Gregor Feindt, Anke Hilbrenner
    Sport in Concentration and Prisoner of War Camps during the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902 / Floris J.G. van der Merwe
    Work, Leisure, and Sport in Military and Civilian Internment Camps in Britain, 1914-1919 / Panikos Panayi
    "We are pursuing sport because such work is not demeaning" : Forms and Functions of Sport in Internment Camps during the First World War / Christoph Jahr
    Sport behind the Wire : Primarily a Life-Saving Exercise? / Doriane Gomet
    Bodies in Camps between Destruction and Perfection / Anke Hilbrenner
    Between Coercion and Athletic Ambition : The Form and Function of Physical Culture in Soviet Forced Labour Camps / Felicitas Fischer von Weikersthal
    Judenexerzieren : The Role of "Sport" for Constructions of Race, Body, and Gender in the Concentration Camps / Kim Wünschmann
    "He liked us, because we were good athletes, good workers" : Productive Bodies in Nazi Concentration Camps / Veronika Springmann
    Camps Producing Identity and Memory / Gregor Feindt
    Sport in Expellee and Refugee Camps in Germany after the Second World War : Expressing Identity between Backa and Stuttgart / Mathias Beer
    Recreation, Nationalisation, and Integration : Sport in Camps for Estonian and Jewish DPs in Post-War Germany / Marcus Velke
    Performing Resistance : Sport and Irish Republican Identity in Internment Camps and Prisons / Dieter Reinisch
    Conclusion
    Games of Transgression : Camp Sports and the Fate of the Body Modern / Manfred Zeller
    Contributors to this Volume.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Feindt, Gregor, editor.
    Hilbrenner, Anke, editor.
    Dahlmann, Dittmar, editor.
    Notes
    Proceedings of a conference held September 2015 at the University of Bonn.
    Includes bibliographical references.
    Introduction -- Between "Barbed Wire Disease" and Judenexerzieren : Why the History of Sport in Penal and Internment Camps Matters / Gregor Feindt, Anke Hilbrenner, Dittmar Dahlmann -- The World of Camps : A Protean Institution in War and Peace / Alan Kramer -- Camps as Nomos of Modernity? / Gregor Feindt, Anke Hilbrenner -- Sport in Concentration and Prisoner of War Camps during the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902 / Floris J.G. van der Merwe -- Work, Leisure, and Sport in Military and Civilian Internment Camps in Britain, 1914-1919 / Panikos Panayi -- "We are pursuing sport because such work is not demeaning" : Forms and Functions of Sport in Internment Camps during the First World War / Christoph Jahr -- Sport behind the Wire : Primarily a Life-Saving Exercise? / Doriane Gomet -- Bodies in Camps between Destruction and Perfection / Anke Hilbrenner -- Between Coercion and Athletic Ambition : The Form and Function of Physical Culture in Soviet Forced Labour Camps / Felicitas Fischer von Weikersthal -- Judenexerzieren : The Role of "Sport" for Constructions of Race, Body, and Gender in the Concentration Camps / Kim Wünschmann -- "He liked us, because we were good athletes, good workers" : Productive Bodies in Nazi Concentration Camps / Veronika Springmann -- Camps Producing Identity and Memory / Gregor Feindt -- Sport in Expellee and Refugee Camps in Germany after the Second World War : Expressing Identity between Backa and Stuttgart / Mathias Beer -- Recreation, Nationalisation, and Integration : Sport in Camps for Estonian and Jewish DPs in Post-War Germany / Marcus Velke -- Performing Resistance : Sport and Irish Republican Identity in Internment Camps and Prisons / Dieter Reinisch -- Conclusion -- Games of Transgression : Camp Sports and the Fate of the Body Modern / Manfred Zeller -- Contributors to this Volume.

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    English
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    ISBN
    9783525310526
    3525310528
    9783666310522
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    Also available in digital form.
    Physical Description
    283 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.

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