Groundbreaking women’s football conference highlights buried stories

Groundbreaking women’s football conference highlights buried stories
 

A groundbreaking women’s football history conference aims to blow apart perceptions of the sport as it kicks off at the National Football Museum in Manchester on Thursday.
The two-day conference, which begins on International Women’s Day, hosts academics, journalists and artists from around the globe. Lectures range from the acclaimed writer and sports activist Shireen Ahmed discussing football and the hijab, to a study on women and the 1966 men’s World Cup from Professor John Hughson.
Holding a strong presence is a series of talks on the rich and fascinating history of women’s football in... read more

 
8 March 2018 in Sport, Views: 21
Source: Guardian
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