Sporting Traditions Volume 23

Volume 23 Issue 1 (November, 2006)


Editorial, Rob Hess



The Branding of Australian Cricket: Culture, Commerce, Cricket and the Baggy Green Cap, Richard Cashman


Douglas Darby’s Cold War Vision: The Cricket for Free China Scheme, Rodney Noonan


Sporting Chances: Sport on Australian Commercial Radio from the 1920s to the 1950s, Bridget Griffen-Foley


Behind Barbed Wire: Sport and Australian Prisoners of War, Pamela Cohen


The Impact of Nadia Comaneci on the Sport of Women’s Artistic Gymnastics, Roslyn Kerr


Race and Gender in the French Sporting Press at the End of the 1950s: The Example of Sport & Vie, Theirry Terret




Volume 23 Issue 2 (May, 2007)


Editorial, Wray Vamplew



A Most Memorable Conference - The Inaugural 1977 Sporting Traditions Conference, Richard Cashman


Making Sporting Traditions, Michael McKernan




From Trickles of Silver to Rivers of Gold: The Transformation of Australian Professional Team Sports, 1970 to 2007, Braham Dabscheck


Globalisation, Historical Consciousness and the Melbourne Cup, John O'Hara


Jockeying for the Lead: War, Sport and Vernacular Identities in Australia, 1915-2006, Chris McConville


Drugs in Australian Sport: A Brief History, Bob Stewart


Women to the Fore: Gender Accommodation and Resistance at the British Golf Club Before 1914, Jane George, Joyce Kay & Wray Vamplew




Richard Cashman, ’Ave a Go, Yer Mug!: Australian Cricket Crowds from Larrikin to Ocker; Ric Sisons and Brian Stoddart, Cricket and Empire: The 1932-33 Bodyline Tour of Australia,

Keith Sandiford, Tony Mangan and Bernard Whimpress


Bill Murray, The Old Firm; Stephen Wagg, The Football World; Stephen Tischler, Football and Businessmen

Patrick O’Farrell, Phil Mosely, Tom Sheridan and Roy Hay


John Daly, Elysian Fields: Sport, Class and Community in Colonial South Australia

Trevor Arnold and Daryl Adair



‘Change and Decay in All Around I See’

J. Neville Turner


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