PCS Publications


A chronological listing of publications by PCS faculty and students starting from those published in 2008:

- 2013 -

Andrews, D.L. (in press: 2013).  Not Lovin’ It:  The Perils of Neoliberal Kinesiology. Ephysis Project.  Sao Paulo: Brasil.

Andrews, D.L. & Carrington, B.  (Eds.). (2013).  The Blackwell companion to sport.  Oxford: Blackwell.

Andrews, D.L., Maddox, C., & Silk, M.L..  (2013).  Sport, Glocalization, and the New Indian Middle Class.  International Journal of Cultural Studies.  

Andrews, D.L., & Rick, O.J.C. (in press: 2013).  Celebrity and and London 2012 Spectacle. In V. Girginov (Ed.).  The 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games (pp. 195-211). London: Routledge.

Andrews, D.L., Silk, M.L., Francombe, J. & Bush, A. (2013).  McKinesiology. Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies.

Carrington, B., & Andrews, D.L. (2013).  Sport as Escape, Struggle and Art. In D.L.  Andrews, D.L. & B. Carrington, B.  (Eds.).  The Blackwell companion to sport.  Oxford: Blackwell.

Clift, B.C. & Mower, R.M. (2013). Transitioning to an athletic subjectivity: First semester experiences at a corporate (sporting) university. Sport, Education, and Society, 18(3), 349-369.

Grainger, A.D, Rick, O.J.C., Andrews, D.L. (in press: 2013). Bound to the Nation: Pacific Islands Rugby and IRB Eligibility Rules.  Sport in Society.

Rail, G., & Jette, S. (Invited Guest Eds.) (underway). Special issue: “Body culture, biopedagogies and public health.” Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies.

Dumas, A., Robitaille, J., & Jette, S. (accepted). Young women, health and poverty: Lifestyle as a choice of necessity. Social Theory and Health.

Norman, M.E., Rail, G., & Jette, S. (in press). Moving subjects, feeling bodies: Emotion and the materialization of fat feminine subjectivities in Village on a Diet. Fat Studies.

Jette, S., & Rail, G. (2013). Ills from the womb? A critical examination of Evidence-Based Medicine and pregnancy weight gain advice. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 17(4), 407-21.

Ma, D., Ji, L., & Andrews, D. L. (2013). Radical Discontinuity: The Ideological Trend of the Chinese Martial Ethos. Journal of Wuhan Institute of Physical Education, 47(4), 17-22.

Mower, R.L., Andrews, D.L., & Rick, O.J.C. (in press: 2013).  Football and ‘Ghettocentric’ Logics?: The NFL’s Essentialist Mobilization of Black Bodies.  In T. Oates & Z. Furness (Eds.).  Critical and Cultural Perspectives on the Americanl Football League.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Rick, O., Silk, M.L., & Andrews, D.L. (2013).  Liquid Beckham.  In L.  Wenner (Ed.). Fallen Heroes: Sport, Media, and Celebrity Culture.  New  York: Peter Lang.

Tredway, K. (2013).  Judith Butler redux: The heterosexual matrix and the out lesbian athlete: Amélie Mauresmo, gender performance, and women’s professional tennis.  Journal of the Philosophy of Sport. 

- 2012 -

Andrews, D. L. (2012). Reflections on Communication and Sport: On Celebrity and Race. Communication and Sport, 1(1-2), 151-163.

Andrews, D.L. & Clift, B. C. (2012).  Olympic Games.  In G. Ritzer (Ed.).  Encyclopedia of Globalization (pp. 1576-1580).  Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Andrews, D.L., & Grainger, A. (2012). The “Packer Affair” and the Early Marriage of Television and Sport.  In S. Wagg (Ed.). Myths and Milestones in the History of Sport (pp. 239-261).  New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Andrews, D.L. and Mower, R. (2012).  Sport and globalization.  In G. Ritzer (Ed.).  Encyclopedia of Globalization (pp. 1914-1922).  Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Andrews, D. L., & Mower, R. L. (2012). Spectres of Jordan. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 35(6), 1059-1077.

Andrews, D.L., & Silk, M.L. (Eds.). (2012). Sport and neoliberalism: Politics, Consumption, and Culture.  Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Clift, B.C., & Andrews, D.L., (2012). Living Lula’s Passion? The Politics of Rio 2016.  In H. Lenskyj & S. Wagg (Eds.). The Handbook of Olympic Studies (pp. 210-229).  New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Friedman, M.T., Bustad, J., & Andrews, D.L. (2012).  Feeding the downtown monster: (Re)developing Baltimore’s “tourist bubble”.  City, Culture and Society, 3 (3), 209-218.    

Grainger, A.D. and Andrews, D.L. and (2012).  International Olympic Committee.  In G. Ritzer (Ed.).  Encyclopedia of Globalization(pp. 1169-1174).    Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Jackson, S., & Andrews, D. L. (2012). Olympic celebrity.  Celebrity Studies, 3(3), 263-269.

Silk, M.L. & Andrews, D.L. (Eds.). (2012). Sport and Neo-Liberalism: Complicating the Consensus.  In M. Silk & D.L.  Andrews (Eds.). Sport and neo-liberalism      (pp. 1-19).  Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Silk, M.L. & Andrews, D.L. (Eds.). (2012). The Governance of the Neoliberal City.  In M. Silk & D.L. Andrews (Eds.). Sport and neo-liberalism (pp. 127-159).  Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

- 2011 -

Andrews, D. L. & Clift, B. C. (In press, 2011). Olympic Games. In Ritzer, G’s (Ed.) Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization. Blackwell Publishers. Blackwell Publishers.

Andrews, D.L. King, C.R., & Leonard, D. (2011).  Postscript: America’s Son” Tiger Woods as Commodification and Criminalization.  In D. Leonard & C.R. King (Eds.). Commodified and Criminalized: New Racism and African Americans in Contemporary Sports (pp. 249-254).  Lanham, MD: Rowan and Littlefield Publishers.

Andrews, D.L. Mower, R., & Silk, M.L. (2011).  Ghettocentrism and the Essentialized Black Male Athlete.  In D. Leonard & C.R. King (Eds.). Commodified and Criminalized: New Racism and African Americans in Contemporary Sports (pp. 69-94).  Lanham, MD: Rowan and Littlefield Publishers.

Andrews, D. L., & Mower, R. L. (accepted).  Specters of Jordan: Sport, race, and the neoliberal subject.  Ethnic and Racial Studies.

Andrews, D. L. & Mower, R. L. (in press). Sporting glocalization. In G. Ritzer (Ed.) The Blackwell encyclopedia of globalization. Blackwell Publishers.

Andrews, D.L. & Silk, M.L. (2011). Physical Cultural Studies: Engendering a Productive Dialogue.  Sociology of Sport Journal, 28 (1), 1-3.

Batts, C., & Andrews, D.L.  (2011). ‘Tactical Athletes’: The United States Paralympic Military Program and the mobilization of the disabled soldier/athlete.  Sport in Society. 14(5), 553-568

Clift, B.C. & Andrews, D.L. (In press, 2011). Living Lula’s passion? The politics of Rio 2016. In Wagg, S. (Ed.), Critical Handbook of Olympic Studies.

Cole, C.L. & Andrews, D.L. (2011).  America’s New Son: Tiger Woods and America’ Multiculturalism. In D. Leonard, & C.R. King (Eds.). Commodified and Criminalized: New Racism and African Americans in Contemporary Sports (pp. 23-40). Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.

Friedman, M.J., & Andrews, D.L. (2011). The built sport spectacle and the opacity of democracy.  International Review for the Sociology of Sport. 46(3), 181-204.

Galli, A. & Clift, B. C. (2011). Food justice. In Ritzer, G’s (Ed.) Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization. Blackwell Publishers. Blackwell Publishers.

Jette, S. (2011). Exercising caution: The production of medical knowledge about physical exertion during pregnancy. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/ Bulletin canadien d'histoire de la medicine, 28(2), 383-401.

Jette, S., & Vertinsky, P. (2011). ‘Exercise is medicine’: Understanding the exercise beliefs and practices of older Chinese women immigrants in British Columbia, Canada. Journal of Aging Studies, 25(3), 272-84.

McBean, J. (2011). Usain Bolt, the New Black Revolt: Swifter, Higher, and Stronger. In F.G. Polite and B. J. Hawkins (Eds.), Sport, Race, Activism, and Social Change: The Impact of Dr. Harry Edwards Scholarship and Service (pp. 187-199). San Diego, CA: Cognella, University Readers, Inc.

McBean, J. & Friedman, M.  (In Press). Celebration at 90: Usain Bolt's Creolization of Social Space. In J. Nauright, A. Cobley & D. Wiggins, (Eds.), Beyond Boundaries: Race and Ethnicity in Sport. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press.

Silk, M.L. & Andrews, D.L. (2011).  Toward a physical cultural studies.  Sociology of Sport Journal, 28 (1), 4-35.

Silk, M. L., & Andrews, D.L. (2011). (Re)Presenting Baltimore: Place, Policy, Politics, and Cultural Pedagogy.  fReview of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, 33(5), 433-464.

Wiest, A., & King-White, R. (In press, 2011). Selling out (in) sport management: Practically evaluating the state of the (American sporting) union. Sport, Education, and Society.

- 2010 -

Andrews, D.L. (2010). Global Baltimore: Sport, deindustrialization, and social transformation. Korean Society for the Sociology of Sport Journal, 3-21.

Andrews, D.L., Schultz, J., & Silk, M.L. (2010).  The Olympics and Terrorism.  In A. Bairner & G. Molnar (Eds.).  The Politics of the Olympics: A Survey (pp. 81-92).  London: Routledge.

Andrews, D. L., & Silk, M. L. (2010). Basketball's ghettocentric logic. American Behavioral Scientist, 53(11), 1626-1644.

Batts, C. & Andrews, D. L. (In press, 2010). ‘Tactical athletes: The US Paralympic Military Program and the mobilization of the disabled soldier/athlete. Sport  in Society.

Batts, C. (2010). ‘In good conscience’: Andy Flower, Henry Olonga, and the death of democracy in Zimbabwe. Sport in Society, 13(1), 43-58.

Brauer, C. (In press, 2010). Commitment. In W. Wagner, D. Ostick, S.R. Komives & Associates Leadership for a better world: Instructor’s manual (p. xx-yy). A publication of the National Clearinghouse for Leadership Programs, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Mower, R. L. (2010).  Sport in the global marketplace.  In M. Nagel & R. Southall (Eds.), Introductory sport management: A practical approach.  Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Schultz, J. (In press, 2010). Leaning into the turn: Sport history and the cultural paradigm. Sporting Traditions.

Schultz, J. (In press, 2010). Challenging the master narrative: The Arthur Ashe statue on Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virginia. International Journal of Sport History.

Schultz, J. (In press, 2010). The physical is political: Women’s suffrage, pilgrim hikes, and the public sphere. International Journal of Sport History.

Schultz, J. (In press, 2010). The physical is political: Women’s suffrage, pilgrim hikes, and the public sphere. In R. Park & P. Vertinsky (Eds.), Women, sport, and physical education. London: Routledge.

Schultz, J. (In press, 2010). A rivalry for the ages: Tennessee-UConn women’s basketball. In D. Wiggins & R.P. Rodgers (Eds.), Rivalries: Legendary matchups that made sports history. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press.

Schultz, J. (In press, 2010). Busting out: Breasted embodiment & sports bra feminism, 1999-2000. In D.L. Andrews & M.L. Silk (Eds.), Physical Cultural Studies: A constitutive anthology. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Silk, M. L., Bush, A., & Andrews, D. L. (2010). Contingent Intellectual Amateurism, or, the Problem With Evidence-Based Research. Journal of Sport & Social Issues, 34(1), 105-128.

Thomas, D. (In press). ‘Don’t tell me how to think’: Arthur Ashe and the burden of “being black’. International Journal of the History of Sport.

Thomas, D. (under review). “Around the world:  Problematizing the Harlem Globetrotters as cold warriors.” Sport in Society.  

- 2009 -

Amis, J., Mower, R. L., & Silk, M. L. (2009). (Michael) Power, gendered subjectivities, and filmic representation: Brand strategy and Guinness’ Critical Assignment in Africa. In L. A. Wenner & S. J. Jackson (Eds.), Sport, beer, and gender: Promotional culture and contemporary social life. New York: Peter Lang.

Andrews, D.L. (2009).  Sport, culture, and late capitalism.  In I. McDonald, & B. Carrington (Eds.). Marxism, Cultural Studies and Sport (pp. 213-231). London:  Routledge.

Andrews, D. L. (2009). Media broadcast rights. In M. Atkinson (Ed.), Battleground sports: Volume 1 A-O (pp. 266-271). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Andrews, D.L. (2009).  Sport and the transnationalizing media corporation.  In J. Nauright, & S. Pope (Eds.).  The New Sport Management Reader (pp. 365-380).  Morgantown, WV: Fitness Information Technologies.

Schultz, J. (2009). Discipline and push-up: Female bodies, femininity and sexuality in popular representations of sports bras. In M. Petracca & M. Sorapure (Eds.), Common culture: Reading and writing about American popular culture, 6th ed. (pp. 480-507). Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, Inc.

Silk, M. L., & Andrews, D. L. (2009). Beyond a boundary?: Sport, transnational advertising, and the reimagining of national culture.  In Karen, D., & Washington, R.E. (Eds.).  The Sport and Society Reader (pp.).  London: Routledge.

Thomas, D. (2009). Touring for the nation?: African-American athletes and the cultural Cold War.  In M. Silk & D. Andrews. The physical cultural studies reader: A constitutive anthology.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

- 2008 -

Andrews, D.L. (2008). Kinesiology’s Inconvenient Truth: The Physical Cultural Studies Imperative.  Quest, 60. 46-63.

Andrews, D.L. (2008). Nike nations. The Brown Journal of World Affairs, XIV(II), 41-53.

Andrews, D.L., & Giardina, M. (2008). Sport without guarantees: Coming to terms with a cultural studies of sport. Cultural Studies-Critical Methodologies.

Andrews, D.L., & Giardina, M. (2008). Sport and Cultural Studies. Cultural StudiesCritical Methodologies, 8 (4).

Andrews, D.L., & Jackson, S.J. (2012).  Celebrity and the Olympic Games. Celebrity Studies, 3 (3).  

Andrews, D.L., Silk, M.L., & Pitter, R.  (2008).  Physical culture and the polarized American metropolis.  In B. Houlihan (Ed.).  Sport in Society (pp. ). London: Sage.

Silk, M.L., & Andrews, D.L. (2008).  Managing Memphis: Governance & Regulation in

Sterile Spaces of Play.  Social Identities, (14), 3, 395-414.

Silk, M.L., & Andrews, D.L. (2011).  Physical Cultural Studies.  Sociology of Sport Journal, 28 (1).

White, R., Silk, M.L., & Andrews, D.L. (2008). Revisiting the networked production of the 2003 Little League World Series: Narrative of American innocence. International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, (4) 2, 183-202.  

White, R.E., Silk, M.L., Andrews, D.L. (2008).  The Little League World Series: Spectacle of youthful innocence or specter of the American new right?  In M. Giardina & M. Donnelly (Eds.).  Youth Culture and Sport (pp. ).  London: Routledge.