Eventos

29 mar

Seminário, LESP

International Olympic Web Seminar

Data
29/03/2021 até 14/06/2021
Horário
09h:00 até 09h:00
Local
Online
Sobre o Evento

Hosts

  • Prof. Bernardo Buarque (FGV-CPDOC) for the Laboratory for Sports Studies, LESP (Fundação Getúlio Vargas – Rio de Janeiro - Brazil)
  • Prof. Patrick Clastres (ISSUL-CRHIM) for the Global Sport & Olympic Studies Center (University of Lausanne – UNIL – Switzerland)

Proposal: Since the edition of Barcelona in 1992, global cities, hosts of Olympic competitions, have been the target of large public debates around their urban legacy. The internationalization of this discussion, in turn, requires research institutions to share viewpoints, which can act jointly to think about the transnational scale achieved by sports in contemporary times. In this sense, two research groups from different countries, focused on the area of sport studies, propose a partnership for conducting an international web-seminar to bring together experts from Brazil, Switzerland, United Kingdom and Japan universities. It is a scientific meeting aimed to discuss how the renown of the cities that host mega sporting events is addressed by their respective countries. For this meeting, the cases highlighted are the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016 and in Tokyo in 2021, considering that they provide a more up-to-date picture of the challenges posed to the host cities.

Language: The official language of the event is English.

Registrationhttps://www.unil.ch/centre-sport/ceogs

 

Seminário

 

Programação

   4 Mondays, Lausanne Time 15-17pm / Rio de Janeiro Time 9-11am

 

  • March 29th
    Opening: Prof. Dr. Bernardo Buarque y Prof. Dr. Vivian Fonseca (FGV-CPDOC)
    Prof. Dr. Patrick Clastres y Prof. Dr. Emmanuel Bayle (ISSUL-UNIL)

    Seminar 1 - Brazilian IOC members from Raul do Rio Branco to João Havelange (1913-2011)

    . Prof. Dr. Patrick Clastres (ISSUL / UNIL)
    . Dr Florence Carpentier (ISSUL / UNIL)
    . PhD Helena Klima (ISSUL / UNIL)
    . Panelists: Prof. Dr. Lívia Magalhães (Institute of History/Universidade Federal Fluminense) and Prof. Dr. Luiz Guilherme Burlamaqui (Instituto Federal de Brasília)
  • April 19th

    Seminar 2 - Rio 2016 Olympics – The cultural and the intangible: rethinking the legacy five years after the Games

    . Prof. Dr. Beatriz Garcia (University of Liverpool)
    . Prof. Dr. Maria Alice de Faria Nogueira (School of Social Communication/UFRJ)
    . Panelist: Prof. Dr. Katia Rúbio (School of Physical Education/ USP) y Hon. Prof. Dr. Jean-Loup Chappelet (Public Administration IDHEAP / UNIL)

    Le lundi 19 avril, de 14h à 16h (heure de Lausanne) / 9h à 11h (heure de Rio de Janeiro), le Centre d’études olympiques & de la globalisation du sport (CEO&GS) en collaboration avec la Fundação Getúlio Vargas (BRA) vous invite à son deuxième webinaire dans la série "From Rio to Tokyo Olympics".

    Le webinaire "Rio 2016 Olympics – The cultural and the intangible: rethinking the legacy five years after the Games" accueillera Beatriz Garcia (University of Liverpool) et Maria Alice de Faria Nogueira (School of Social Communication/UFRJ) comme conférencières, et Katia Rúbio (School of Physical Education/USP) et Jean-Loup Chappelet (Public Administration IDHEAP/UNIL) comme discutants.

  • May 10th

    Seminar 3 - From Asia to the world: Tokyo and the urban imaginary in the 1964 and the 2021 Olympic Games

    . Prof. Dr. Isami Romero (Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine/Japan)
    . Prof. Dr. Lamartine Pereira da Costa (Dep. Physical Education/UERJ)
    . Panelist: Prof. Dr. Ana Maria Miragaya (Dep. Physical Education / Universidade Estácio de Sá) y Prof. Dr. Martin Müller (Geosciences and Environment FGSE / UNIL)
  • June 14th

    Seminar 4 - Governing the IOC today and tomorrow between global economic trends and sporting integrity

    . Prof. Dr. Emmanuel Bayle (University of Lausanne / UNIL)
    . Dr Pim Verschuuren (University of Lausanne / UNIL)
    . Panelist: Prof. Dr. Daniel Malanksi (PhD Université Sorbonne) and Prof. Dr. Michel Nicolau Netto (Dep. Sociology / UNICAMP)