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The Invisible College remains as one of the highlights of the PESP calendar and colleagues from the world of coaching, physical education, sport and all related disciplines are warmly invited to join this exciting and interesting event. As ever we have an excellent scholar lecture, from Professor Anne Flintoff, who will draw on her research and considerable understanding and experience of PESP to provide a stimulating start to the day. As well as debate, discussion and PPD in abundance there are also good networking opportunities as we are expecting PESP friends from around the country as well as our strong international contingent. This year, there is a focus on ontology and epistemology and working with partners in business. We hope colleagues of all experience, from coaching PE and sport, national and international will attend and look forward to meeting friends – old and new. We are planning an academic book exchange, so please bring something you feel might get a good home on someone else’s bookshelf.
Scholar Lecture: Really useful knowledge? Feminism, gender and Physical Education.
Anne Flintoff is Professor of Physical Education, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Carnegie School of Sport, Leeds Beckett University. In this year’s Scholar Lecture Anne asks what counts as ‘useful’ knowledge about gender in PE? What kinds of research are needed to challenge gendered inequalities? How can we avoid the reproduction of what Kirk and Oliver (2014) have described as the ‘same old narrative story’ about girls and PE? Do we, in fact, still need feminist research in PE?
Coffee and networking
Welcome and Introductions
PESP Scholar lecture Professor Anne Flintoff introduced by Dawn Penney
PESP Reviewer Awards
Session 1 – Ontology and Epistemology Dr Eimear Enright, Dr Ben Williams and Professor Håkan Larsson
Session 2 – Corporate sponsored programmes – collaboration, independence and impact Dr Toni O’Donovan and Dr Helen Ives