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Gems publishes various works about sports history and gives talk

Gerald Gems, professor of health and physical education
Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, has published two essays and two articles, an e-book and presented this summer.

Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, recently published two essays, an e-book, two articles and gave a presentation in Copenhagen.

His two essays, titled “The Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 1865-1920” and “Historians Take on Ethnicity, Race, and Sport,” were published in “Companion to American Sport History,” edited by Steven A. Riess and published by Wiley Blackwell.

Gems releases book, sees another title chosen for national book club, delivers presentations

Gerald Gems, professor of health and physical education
Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, released a new book and saw another title chosen for a national book club.

Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, this spring released a book titled “Boxing: A Concise History of the Sweet Science,” published by Rowman & Littlefield.

Gems gives talks, publishes book and article about sports history, society and identity

Gerald Gems, professor of health and physical education
Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, publishes book, co-publishes article, co-presents at universities in Sweden.

Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, published an article, titled “Fairy Tales? Marion Jones, C.J. Hunter and the Framing of Doping in American Newspapers,” in Sport in Society, November 2013. The article was coauthored with Gertrud Pfister of the University of Copenhagen.

Gems shares expertise about history of sport, locally and globally

Gerald Gems, professor of health and physical education
Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, publishes article in journal, interviewed about history of the marathon and more.

Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, was interviewed by Naperville Community Television (NCTV) about the history of the marathon, its importance to Boston and its relevance to Patriots Day. His interview was part of a telecast by NCTV on the weekend of the Edward Hospital Naperville Marathon and Half Marathon, Nov. 10.

Gems teaches, serves, presents in international positions

Gerald Gems, professor of health and physical education
Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, is named officer of international society, teaches and gives talks worldwide.

Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, was elected a vice president of the International Society for the History of Physical Education and Sport; his four-year term began August 2013. His duties include setting the direction of the organization, organization of conferences, service on the scientific committee and more.

Gems publishes, presents, receives award

Gerald Gems, professor of health and physical education
Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, publishes chapter, article and book review; gives talks; receives service award.

Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, published a chapter, article and book review; delivered presentations; and received a service award from the North American Society for Sport History.

His chapter, titled “Sport in the United States,” was published in a book edited by Claude Sobry and titled “Sports Governance in the World: A Socio-Historic Approach.” (Paris: Editions Le Manuscrit Press)

Oesterle Library features 2013 spring term exhibits, newsletter

During spring term, Oesterle Library exhibits feature publications by writers in the College community, Muslim Journeys collection and spring newsletter.

During spring term, Oesterle Library will display exhibits in its lobby that highlight professional publications by writers in the College community and selections from the books and resources in the “Bridging Cultures” Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys collection. Exhibit descriptions include:

Community Publications
Gerald Gems, professor of health and physical education. “Sport and the Italian American Quest for Whiteness” in Sport in History, 2012.

Tom Gill, instructional media coordinator:

Gems publishes various articles, gives presentations

Gerald Gems, professor of health and physical education
Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, recently published articles in various journals and delivered presentations.

Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, recently published articles in various journals and delivered presentations.

Gems’ article, titled “Sport, Democracy, and the Americanization of Italian Americans,” was published by the History Research Journal, 2:5 (Summer 2012), pp. 349-354.

Oesterle Library features new lobby exhibits

The scholarship of President Troy Hammond and publications by various members are featured during winter term in the Oesterle Library lobby exhibits.

Each term Oesterle Library presents new and timely exhibits in its lobby. Winter term’s exhibits feature the scholarship of Dr. Troy Hammond and publications by various faculty members.

Community Publications
As Dr. Troy Hammond begins his tenure as the College’s 10th president, a special exhibit will showcase his scholarship throughout his career.

Gems gives talk, publishes reviews and entries in books

Gerald Gems, professor of health and physical education
Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, gives presentation in Brazil, publishes two book reviews and two entries in book.

Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, gave a presentation titled “Sport and Physical Education in the Construction of a Nation” at the International Society for the History of Physical Education and Sport in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, July 10.

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