(Il)liberal Nation Projection Through Sport, Culture, Entertainment, and International Broadcasting

(Il)liberal Nation Projection Through Sport, Culture, Entertainment, and International Broadcasting

CCSE Director Professor Gayle McPherson and Centre members Solomon Ilevbare and I travelled to Manchester on the afternoon of Wednesday 19th October. After checking in to our hotel and getting settled, we headed out for a bite to eat in Chinatown, sampling some authentic cuisine in the form of a ‘Hot Pot’- safe to say some can handle spice more than others! After a lovely dinner, we retired to the hotel, well-fed and prepared for an early start. (more…)

The First Summary since the Last Summary: Life on the CCSE Blog

The First Summary since the Last Summary: Life on the CCSE Blog

Another wee while has flown by since the last slightly random summary of CCSE blog activity; we have tentatively emerged from COVID restriction, endured unusual summer heat and enjoyed another season of outdoor sports. To accommodate a winter World Cup, football has made an early start. And, the CCSE blog has continued to tick over, providing a space for record and reflection of cultural, sporting and event related activity ongoing at the locally and nationally. (more…)

CCSE Annual Symposium Recap: Localism: Re-evaluating the Future of Culture, Events and Tourism

CCSE Annual Symposium Recap: Localism: Re-evaluating the Future of Culture, Events and Tourism

A few weeks ago, we hosted our annual CCSE symposium online, it was the second such event of a busy week but our excellent speaking line ups and engaging and thought provoking keynote and panels ensured a great afternoon. (more…)

Foregrounding a Rights-Based Agenda for Sport Events

Foregrounding a Rights-Based Agenda for Sport Events

Hosted by the Centre for Culture, Sport & Events at UWS, Foregrounding a Rights-Based Agenda for Sport Events: Insights from Research and Practice, took place virtually on 20th June 2022. Colleagues from a variety of leading institutions gathered to discuss a number of questions arising from the rights agenda in mega sport events from a variety of research, governance, organisational and policy perspectives. This symposium was organised as part of the EU-funded EventRights project which includes a number of academic institutions from Europe, and further afield. (more…)