Gijsbert Oonk and History alumnus Jorn Schulting contribute to Routledge Handbook of Sport in the Middle East

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Gijsbert Oonk, Research Director at the History Department of the Erasmus School of History Culture and Communication (ESHCC) and Jorn Schulting, master graduate History of Society (2019) have written a chapter on Nationality Swapping in World Athletics: Cases and Contexts from the Middle East 1998–2016 as part of the book Routledge Handbook of Sport in the Middle East.

Book Description

This Handbook provides a succinct overview of sport in the Middle East, drawing in scholars from a wide variety of geographical and disciplinary backgrounds (history, politics, sociology, economics and regional studies), with different methodological approaches, to create the ‘go-to’ text on the subject.

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