At the confluence of sport and identity.

Cite as: Weiller-Abels, K., Colombo-Dougovito, A. M., & Everbach, T (2022). At the confluence of sport and identity (pp. 301–305). In A. M. Colombo-Dougovito, T. Everback, & K. Weiller-Abels (Eds.), Not playing around: Intersectional identities, media representation, and the power of sport, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.


Sport, in its myriad variations and ever-changing contexts, has existed as a constant of human culture for about as long as the human construct of community. It has played a humble role in the creation of a common unity—often providing a touchstone for seemingly incompatible persons to find agreement and provide a target for their social unity or a place to dream.

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