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New publication: Olympic humanitarianism – the fundamental principles of Olympism

  The Journal of Olympic History recently features on the cover of its latest number my article “Olympic humanitarianism: the fundamental principles of Olympism”. While I have published shorter articles on the same topic...

My PhD Thesis in the British Library

British Council Researcher Links – Early Career Researcher workshops to be organized in collaboration with Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, medications Thailand (upcoming – 2014 – deputy coordinator) Fusion travel grant from Bournemouth University to...

Beijing: when humanitarian issues and Olympic values collide

  Earlier this summer I wrtoe a short piece for Sportanddev.org about the challenges the IOC and the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games organizers faced when questions about human rights, approved freedom of speech and...

Open Source Protest

This semester saw me developing and teaching a new extensive course. Following the positive evaluations received from the students taking the New Media course at Katho and their calls for more specialized courses, treatment...

New Media. New Games. Lessons from the Beijing Olympics for #media2012

an unconference talk covering 3 stories: of access, viagra of media and of cultural exchange New media. New games. Lessons from Beijing View more presentations from Ana ADI. On the 4th of October I...