International Society for the History of Physical Education and Sport (ISHPES)
Société internationale d'histoire de l'éducation physique et du sport
Internationale Gesellschaft für die Geschichte der Leibeserziehung und des Sports
Founded on merger of H-XD6408 - International Association for the History of Physical Education and Sport (HISPA) (founded 1973) and U-XE0671 - International Committee for History of Sport and Physical Education (ICOSH) (founded 1967), following a decision at ICOSH and HISPA General Assemblies, 23 May 1989, Olympia (Greece). Statutes most recently revised 2017.
Promote research and teaching in the area of physical education and sport; facilitate and improve communication and cooperation between sport history associations at regional and national levels, and between scholars.
Events2021-07-12 | Cape Town, South Africa – Congress
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