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Alison M. Wrynn

This article examines the past, present, and future of historical research in sport and physical education. Due to time and space limitations, the focus is on work that has emerged and is emerging in North America—particularly the United States—but it must be noted there are very active sport historians throughout the world; in departments of kinesiology, history, and American studies. This article covers two broad categories: the past to the present and the present to the future of research in sport history. Within these two sections, there is also an analysis of changes in the conduct of research by historians as this has had, and will continue to have, a major impact on the kinds of work that will be produced in the future.

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M. Ann Hall

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Douglas Booth

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Vanessa Heggie

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Victoria Paraschak

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Barbara Schrodt

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Phillip Chipman and Kevin B. Wamsley

beauty: the perfectionist impulse of peale’s butterflies, heade’s hummingbirds, blaschka’s flowers, and sandow’s body. (Ph.D. diss., University of Pennsylvania) in Dominic G. Morais. 2013. Branding iron: eugen sandow’s “modern” marketing strategies, 1887-1925. Journal of Sport History 40 (2): 194. 8

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Erin E. Redihan

Presidential Years. Journal of Sport History 33(3): 274. 7. Ibid. , 275. 8. Austin Duckworth and Thomas M. Hunt. 2017. Learning the American War: Sports International and American Soft Power. International Journal of the History of Sport 24(11):1113. 9. Kissoudi, Penelope. "Sport, politics and

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Don Morrow and Janice Waters