Nicolas Bancel is historian and professor at the University of Lausanne where he is Director of the Institut des sciences du sport et de lducation physique. He is a specialist in the history of sport in a colonial and postcolonial context and also works on the political imaginary of colonialisation. Thomas Riot is researcher and teacher at the Institute of Sport Studies of Lausanne University. He currently realizes (as part of a post-doctorate) a cultural and comparative history of African de-colonizations. Stanislas Frenkiel is socio-historian of sport with a specific interest in international sporting migration. He currently works as lecturer at the UFR STAPS of the University of Artois-Livin.
1. Introduction: Rethinking Postcolonial Worlds through Physical Activities 2. Sports Mobilities Across Borders: Postcolonial Perspectives 3. Physical Activities through Postcolonial Eyes: A Place of Epistemologic and Historiographical Experimentation 4. Last Zulu Warrior Standing: Cultural Legacies of Racial Stereotyping and Embodied Enthno-Branding in South Africa 5. Not Quite Free? Irish Postcoloniality and the Career of Pat OCallaghan 6. Imperialisms in the Olympics of the Colonization in the Postcolonization: Africa into the International Olympic Committee, 1910 1965 7. From Baggataway to Lacrosse: An Example of the Sportization of Native American Games 8. A Roundabout Revolution: Rethinking the Decolonization of Rwanda by the Practices of the Catholic Scouting Movement, 1954 1964 9. Migratory Networks Used by Algerian Professional Footballers in France: From Colonial Times to the Postcolonial Era, 1932 1991 10. Gender Verifications in Sport: From an East/West Antagonism to a North/South Antagonism