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SHR Sport History Review 1087-1659 1543-2947 1 11 2021 52 2 10.1123/shr.2021.52.issue-2 Special Issue: Transnational Sport History Special Issue Editors: Robert J. Lake and Simon J. Eaves EDITORIAL 10.1123/shr.2021-0020 SCHOLARLY ARTICLES Section 1: Beyond the Nation 10.1123/shr.2020-0024 10

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Patricia Vertinsky and Alison Wrynn

opening up the breadth of embodied and gendered practices deemed suitable for examination by sport historians, Park’s pioneering and meticulous scholarship helped turn a narrow lane into the broad and busy highway that sport history has now become—a highway where many of those who knew and admired her and

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Robert J. Lake and Simon J. Eaves

scholarship on issues specific to the various ways we can understand the term “transnationalism” or “transnational sport history.” The essays assembled within this edited collection represent the most up-to-date research in this field, approached from a multidisciplinary perspective, and underscore the

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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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Christine O’Bonsawin

accused of transgressing the traditional boundaries of sport history scholarship on more than one occasion. Once, for example, a prominent senior scholar with considerable influence challenged me on the seemingly subjective and biased tone of my writing, accusing me of “wearing my heart on my sleeve.” In

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Mark Dyreson and Jaime Schultz

academic vitality, that trajectory has continued. In terms of scholarly organizations that contribute to the subfield, the North American Society for Sport History (NASSH) that began in 1973 with 13 members has expanded and grown ever since. It is, as the third decade of the 21st century begins, a healthy

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Aishwarya Ramachandran and Conor Heffernan

(2019): 512–59; Patricia Vertinsky and Aishwarya Ramachandran, “The ‘Y’ Goes to India: Springfield College, Muscular Missionaries, and the Transnational Circulation of Physical Culture Practices,” Journal of Sport History 46, no. 3 (2019): 363–79; and Jan Todd, “The strength builders: a history of

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M. Ann Hall

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Mark S. Dyreson

foot runners conquer Mexico and Texas: Endurance racing, “indigenismo,” and nationalism . Journal of Sport History, 31 ( 1 ), 1 – 31 . Retrieved from Dyreson , M. ( 2018 ). One or many? A brief history of culture and cultures in the evolution of “physical