Christiansen, Ask Vest and John Gleaves, “What do the Humanities (Really) Know about Doping? Questions, Answers and Methodological Strategies,” Performance Enhancement and Health (In Press).
Gleaves, John, Matthew Llewellyn and Alison Wrynn, “Sex, Drugs, and Kinesiology: A Useful Partnership for Sport’s Most Pressing Issues,” Quest, (In Press).
Gleaves, John, “Manufactured Dope: How the 1984 U.S. Cycling Team Rewrote the Rules on Drugs in Sports,” The International Journal of the History of Sport (In Press).
Gleaves, John, Matthew Llewellyn and Tim Lehrbach, “Before the Rules are Written: Navigating Moral Ambiguity in Performance Enhancement,” Sports, Ethics and Philosophy, (Vol 8, No 1, 2014) p 85-99.
Gleaves, John and Matthew Llewellyn, “Sport, Drugs, and Amateurism: Tracing the Real Cultural Origins of Anti-Doping Rules in International Sport,” The International Journal for the History of Sport, (Vol 31, No 8, 2014) p 839-853.
Gleaves, John and Matthew Llewellyn, “Ethics, Nationalism, and the Imagined Community: The Case Against Inter-National Sport,” The Journal of the Philosophy of Sport, (Vol 41, No 1, 2014) 1-20.
Ha, N. Q., Dworkin, S. L., Martínez-Patiño, M. J., Rogol, A., Rosario, V., Sánchez, F., Wrynn, A., & Vilain, E. (2014). “Hurdling Over Sex? Sport, Science and Equity [Guest Essay].” Archives of Sexual Behavior, 43, 1035-1042.
Llewellyn, Matthew and John Gleaves, “The Rise of the Shamateur: The International Olympic Committee, Broken-Time Payments, and the Preservation of the Amateur Ideal,” Olympika: The International Journal of Olympic Studies (In Press).
Llewellyn, Matthew P. and John Gleaves, “A Universal Dilemma: The British Sporting Life and the Complex, Contested and Contradictory State of Amateurism,” Journal of Sport History, (Vol 41, No 1, 2014) 95-116.
Llewellyn, Matthew P. “Circumventing Apartheid: Racial Politics and the Issue of South Africa’s Olympic Participation at the 1984 Los Angeles Games,” International Journal of the History of Sport (Forthcoming).
Smith, M.M. & Wrynn, A.M. “Gender and Sexuality in the Governance of Sport: Olympic and Paralympic Games,” In Jennifer Hargreaves and Eric Anderson (2014) Routledge Handbook of Sport, Gender and Sexuality. London: Routledge Press.
Wrynn, A.M. (2014). “Therapeutic massage and its influence on the development of the American physical therapy profession.” International Journal for the History of Sport, doi: 10.1080/09523367.2014.882329
Wrynn, A.M. (2014). “Sport History: We’re More than Just the Back in Back to the Future.” Kinesiology Review: The Academy Papers, 3, 71-79.
Wrynn, A.M. (2014) Review of Martha H. Verbrugge, Active Bodies: A History of Women’s Physical Education in Twentieth Century America, Journal of Social History, 48(1) doi: 10.1093/jsh/shu036.
Gleaves, John, “Exploring New Avenues to the Doping Debate in Sports: A Test-Relevant Approach,” Fair Play: The Journal of Philosophy, Ethics, and Sports Law, (Vol 1, No 2, 2013) 39-63.
Hudak, A.M., Sandel, M.E., Goldberg, G. & Wrynn, A.M. (2013). “Dr. Frances A. Hellebrandt: Pioneering Physiologist, Physiatrist, and PM&R Program Visionary.” PM&R: The Journal of Injury, Function and Rehabilitation, 5(8), 639-646.
Smith, M.M. & Wrynn, A.M. “Women in the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Summer Games: An Analysis of Participation and Leadership Opportunities,” A Women’s Sports Foundation Research Report, (2013). Available online: http://www.womenssportsfoundation.org/en/home/research/articles-and-reports/athletes/2012-olympic-report
Waddington, Ivan, Ask Vest Christiansen, John Gleaves, John Hoberman, and Verner Møller, “Comment on Henne, Koh and McDermott.” Performance Enhancement & Health (Vol 2, No 2, 2013) p 56-57.
Waddington, Ivan, Ask Vest Christiansen, John Gleaves, John Hoberman, and Verner Møller, “Recreational drug use and sport: Time for a WADA rethink?” Performance Enhancement and Health, (Vol 2, No 2, 2013) p 41-47.
Wrynn, A.M. “Sports Medicine,” in Karen Christensen and David Levinson, Eds., Berkshire Encyclopedia of World Sport, 3rd revised edition, Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing Group, LLC, 2013.
Wrynn, A.M. “Lifeguarding Competitions,” in Karen Christensen and David Levinson, Eds., Berkshire Encyclopedia of World Sport, 3rd revised edition, Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing Group, LLC, 2013.
Wrynn, A.M. “The recent process of updating NAKHE’s Mission and Name,” Chronicle of Kinesiology in Higher Education, Vol. 24, No. 1 (2013), 4.
Gleaves, John and Matthew Llewellyn. “Charley Paddock and the Changing State of Olympic Amateurism,” Olympika: The International Journal of Olympic Studies, (Vol 21, 2012) p 1-32.
Gleaves, John. “Enhancing the Odds: Horse Racing, Gambling and the First Anti-Doping Movement in Sport, 1889-1911,” Sport in History (Vol 32, No 1, 2012) p 26-52.
Llewellyn, Matthew P. Rule Britannia: Nationalism, Identity and the Modern Olympic Games. London: Routledge Press, 2012.
Llewellyn, Matthew P. “‘The best distance runner the world has ever produced’: Hannes Kolehmainen and the Modernization of British Track and Field,” International Journal of the History of Sport 29.7 (May 2012): 1016-1034
Llewellyn, Matthew P. “Dominion Nationalism or Imperial Patriotism? Citizenship, Race, and the Proposed British Empire Olympic Team,” Journal of Sport History 39.1 (Spring 2012): 45-62
Llewellyn, Matthew P. “Advocate or Antagonist? Sir Theodore Andrea Cook and the British Olympic Movement,” Sport in History 32.2 (2012): 183-203
Wrynn, A.M. “Editorial Note,” Journal of Sport History, 39(2), (2012).
Wrynn, A.M. Review of Vanessa Heggie, A History of British Sports Medicine, Social History of Medicine (2012); doi: 10.1093/shm/hkr174