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“Negative Things That Kids Should Never Have to Hear”: Exploring Women’s Histories of Weight Stigma in Physical Activity

Garcia Ashdown-Franks, Angela Meadows, and Eva Pila

( Mansfield & Rich, 2013 ), exploring its capacities not only for health promotion, but also for attunement, self-care, pleasure, and joy ( Calogero & Pedrotty, 2007 ; Mensinger & Meadows, 2017 ; Wittels & Mansfield, 2021 ). The Present Study The purpose of the present study was to explore women’s histories

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Introduction: The Quest to Control The Powerful Meanings of Bicycle Racing

Ari de Wilde

The bicycle has a unique status as a moniker of several things: a practical piece of transportation, a sporting tool, the imprimatur of modernity, and, relevant to this special issue, a symbol of gender and class equity. But the racing of bicycles by women has been oddly absent from the literature in sport history. Women have been part of the bicycle’s experience since the bicycle’s inception in the mid-nineteenth century. Yet until recently, one would be hard pressed to know of this lengthy tradition of women in cycling and, especially of, women’s racing. This special issue seeks to rectify this situation.

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NATA News and Notes

celebrate Women’s History Month in March, NATA launched the Women in Athletic Training: A Women’s History Month Series. It featured weekly Q&As with members of the NATA Board of Directors: Diane Sartanowicz, MS, LAT, ATC, Katie Walsh Flanagan, EdD, LAT, ATC, Lyn Nakagawa, MS, ATC, CSCS, and Marisa Brunett

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NATA News & Notes

IX Blog Series In 2022, NATA is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Title IX, which went into effect June 23, 1972. Starting during Women’s History Month in March and leading up to the 73rd NATA Clinical Symposia & AT Expo in June, the NATA Now blog highlighted various legends of the profession and

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“Stepping Up” for Trans Inclusion in Sport

Lindsay Parks Pieper

: Routledge, 2006), 12–13. 6. Emily Skidmore, “Recovering a Gender-Transgressive Past: A Transgender Historiography,” A Companion to American Women’s History , eds. Nancy A. Hewitt and Anne M. Valk (New York: John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2021), 213. 7. C. Riley Snorton, Black on Both Sides: A Racial History of

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“As Falcons, We Are One Team!” Launching a Grassroots Institutional Change Initiative to Promote Diversity and Inclusion Through Sport at an NCAA Division I Institution

Yannick Kluch and Terry L. Rentner

fit. Mary had served on the WA1T Leadership Board since its inception and soon recognized the momentum the initiative was gaining on campus. “We celebrate Women’s History Month every year on campus; it’s nationally recognized in March. We pick a different theme every year, and we wanted to do

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Roberta J. Park: Paving the Sport History Highway While Saving Physical Education From a House Divided

Patricia Vertinsky and Alison Wrynn

and historical practice . Boston, MA : Harvard University Press . Solomon , H.A . ( 1984 ). The exercise myth . New York, NY : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich . Vertinsky , P . ( 1994 ). Gender relations, women’s history and sport history: A decade of changing enquiry, 1983–1993 . Journal of Sport

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The History of Physical Activity in the Past, Present, and Future of Kinesiology’s Big Questions, Hot Topics, and Prospects for Integration

Mark Dyreson and Jaime Schultz

in partnership with NASSH. The American Studies Association has a vibrant “sport studies caucus.” Scholarly societies in a variety of other subfields, from women’s history to African American history to the history of the American West to diplomatic history include sessions connected to physical

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“Make a Home Run for Suffrage”: Promoting Women’s Emancipation Through Baseball

Lindsay Parks Pieper

Company . Kerber , L.K. ( 1988 ) Separate spheres, female worlds, woman’s place: The rhetoric of women’s history . Journal of American History, 75 ( 1 ), 9 – 39 . doi:10.2307/1889653. 10.2307/1889653 Keyssar , A. ( 2009 ). The right to vote: The contested history of democracy in the United

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Indigenizing Sport Research: Analyzing Protective Factors of Exercising Sovereignty in North America

Alisse Ali-Joseph, Kelsey Leonard, and Natalie Welch

:// Delsahut , F. , & Terret , T. ( 2014 ). First Nations women, games, and sport in pre- and post-colonial North America . Women’s History Review, 23 ( 6 ), 976 – 995 . Denetclaw , P. ( 2022 ). Haudenosaunee Nationals’ quest for Olympic glory continues