1. Doing Sport History in the Digital Present
  2. Jennifer J. Sterling, Murray G. Phillips, Mary G. McDonald
  3. pp. 135-145
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  1. Toward a Praxis of Critical Digital Sport History
  2. Jennifer Guiliano
  3. pp. 146-159
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  1. Mining Mind and Body: Approaches and Considerations for Using Topic Modeling to Identify Discourses in Digitized Publications
  2. Amanda Regan
  3. pp. 160-177
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  1. Two Turns around the Digital: Horse Racing, Maps, and Process
  2. Jonathan Silverman
  3. pp. 178-192
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  1. Mapping Politics into the Stadium: Political Demonstrations and Soccer Culture in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1973–74
  2. Jennifer L. Schaefer
  3. pp. 193-208
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  1. Omeka to ¡Animales! Building a Digital Repository of Research on Argentine Soccer
  2. Rwany Sibaja
  3. pp. 209-224
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  1. Revisiting “Ghosts of the Garden”: Sport History, Modernizing Technology, and the Promise and Perils of Digital Visualization
  2. Ari de Wilde
  3. pp. 225-238
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  1. The Power of Blogging: Rethinking Scholarship and Reshaping Boundaries at Sport in American History
  2. Andrew McGregor
  3. pp. 239-256
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  1. Writing Sport Online: An Analysis of the Pitfalls and Potential of Academic Blogging
  2. Andrew D. Linden, Lindsay Parks Pieper
  3. pp. 257-274
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  1. New Media, Old Methods: Archiving and Close Reading the Sports Blog
  2. Noah Cohan
  3. pp. 275-286
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  1. The Passionate, Pathologized Bodies of Sports Fans: How the Digital Turn Might Facilitate a New Cultural History of Modern Spectator Sports
  2. Matthew Klugman
  3. pp. 306-321
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  1. Tweet Out?: Twitter, Archived Data, and the Social Memory of Out LGBT Athletes
  2. Gary Osmond
  3. pp. 322-335
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  1. The Culture of Moving Dots: Toward a History of Counting and of What Counts in Basketball
  2. Yago Colás
  3. pp. 336-349
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  1. Digital Sport History, with Costs: An Ecocentric Critique
  2. Dain Tepoel
  3. pp. 350-366
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