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Volume 4, Number 3, Summer 2006 E. Grace Glenny and Janet Jakobsen, Guest Editors
The Cultural Value of Sport:
Title IX and Beyond
About this Issue
Introduction
About the Contributors
Part 1: The Atalanta Syndrome
Introduction, by Anna Quindlen
The Atalanta Syndrome: Women, Sports and Cultural Values, by Catharine R. Stimpson
Part 2: Responses to Atalanta
Atalantan Distractions, by Jo Ann M. Buyssse
The Promise of Artemis, by Margaret Carlisle Duncan
Immancence, Transcendence, and Immersive Practices: Female Athletes in U.S. Neoliberalism, by Leslie Heywood
Run, Atalanta, Run: You Do Not Run Alone, by Laurie Priest
Part 3: Title IX and Beyond
Title IX and the Restructuring of Intercollegiate Athletics, by E. Gordon Gee
The Importance of Mentoring, by Tina Sloan Green
Foul Play: Department of Education Creates Huge Title IX Compliance Loophole, Women's Sports Foundation Position Paper, by Nancy Hogshead-Makar and Donna Lopiano
Wherefore Art Thou Feminisms? Feminist Activism, Academic Feminisms, and Women's Sports Advocacy, by Don Sabo and Janie Victoria Ward
Part 4: Visual Culture and the World of Sport
Visual Culture and the World of Sport, by E. Grace Glenny
Coda
Coda: Bodies of Evidence, by Karla FC Holloway
Game Face
Sports Illustrated
Tools 4.3 Online Resources Recommended Reading S&F Online in the Classroom
©2006 S&F Online - Issue 4.3, The Cultural Value of Sport: Title IX and Beyond
E. Grace Glenny and Janet Jakobsen, Guest Editors.