Law, Society and Popular Culture
April news in brief
20 April 2010
New Publication - Guy Osborn, with Mark James of the University of Salford, attended the launch of the new British Library website Sport in Society. The Summer Olympics through the lens of social science where, amongst other things, their joint article 'Consuming the Olympics. The fan, the rights holder and the law was published'.
Guy Osborn presented a paper entitled Winners and losers in British Football at the Centres and Peripheries in Sport conference held in Malmo, Sweden.
The second Erasmus Mundus Intensive Programme, part of the ongoing collaboration between Malmo, NTNU and Westminster took place in Malmo between April 6 and 16.
Ken Foster and Guy Osborn from the Centre contributed to this, and seven Westminster students benefited from this EU sponsored initiative. For more details see the LEGo website.
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