We have a rich community of contributors and readers that represent a true multidisciplinary approach to scholarship. Our contributors work in a variety of a academic departments, ranging from history, kinesiology, and sport management to American and gender studies, communications, and religion. We also feature writers who are practicing public historians, archivists, journalists, and sports information professionals. The blog sits at the intersection of multiple disciplines and vocations, highlighting that neither the study of sport nor the study of history belong to any one single academic department or career path. Below you’ll find a partial list of our contributors.
Brett Abrams, Cat Ariail, Cathryn Lucas-Carr, Bradley J. Congelio, Matt Hodler, Josh Howard, Andrew D. Linden, Andrew McGregor, Adam Park, Alex Parrish, Lindsay Parks Pieper, Tyran Steward, Matthew Stewart
Kate Aguilar, Colleen English, Matt Follett, Hunter Hampton, Alexander Hyres, Jorge Iber, Ramon Jackson, Richard A. Macales, Jorge E. Moraga, John E. Price, Betsy Schlabach, Andrew R. M. Smith, Dain TePoel, Mercedes Townsend, Stephen Townsend, Charles Westmoreland
Dunja Antunovic, Adam Berg, Wes Bishop, Brandon Byrd, Elizabeth Catte, Noah Cohan, Adam Copeland, Paige Gadsby, Robert Gudmestad, Frank Guridy, Edward J. Gray, Aaron L. Haberman, Jon Hart, Leslie Heaphy, Kyle D. James, Kristy McCray, Louis Moore, Murry Nelson, Thomas Oates, Tolga Ozyurtcu, Paul Putz, Max Rieger, Tom Rorke, Nick Sacco, Jonathan Silverman, Scott D. Strednak Singer, David Toms, Brandon Ward, Ari de Wilde, Michael T. Wood, Erica Zonder.