Home » A Global Racecourse: Work, Culture and Horse Sports by Chris McConville
A Global Racecourse: Work, Culture and Horse Sports Chris McConville

A Global Racecourse: Work, Culture and Horse Sports

Chris McConville

Published
ISBN :
Paperback
Enter the sum

 About the Book 

This long-awaited volume of ASSH Studies brings together a variety of equine case studies from Europe and Australasia, and the contributors deftly expose histories of both rapid transition and resilient continuity in horse sports around the globe. InMoreThis long-awaited volume of ASSH Studies brings together a variety of equine case studies from Europe and Australasia, and the contributors deftly expose histories of both rapid transition and resilient continuity in horse sports around the globe. In examining the literary and other cultures surrounding horseracing, and the gender and class relations of those who have worked in the racing industries, this anthology serves as a unique investigation into the depth, novelty and incompleteness of todays globalising of these very old sporting worlds.A Global Racecourse: Work, Culture and Horse Sports includes contributions by Martha Bell, Mats Greiff, Susanna Hedenborg, Andrew Lemon, Chris McConville, Wayne Peake, Peter Pierce, Peter Slade, Martin Tolich, Elizabeth Willis, and Janet Winters. The Foreword is provided by Wray Vamplew. The Series Editor’s Introduction is provided by Rob Hess.