CSFC Seminar Series: August 2014
Thursday, 14 August 2014 from 17:00 to 19:00 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
David Bauckham, Photographer, will provide the presentation 'Pyramid Passion - A Photographic Adventure Through the Non-League Football Pyramid'.
For over a decade David Bauckham has specialised in the photography of non-League football culture. Based in Eastbourne, in 2003 he published 'The Non League Football Grounds of Sussex' and followed this up in 2006 with the best selling 'Dugouts'. 'A Season of Sussex Soccer' was published in 2008 and his most recent book 'Love Not Money', is a volume devoted to non-League football volunteers. A study of horse racing in Brighton and Plumpton racecourses, 'Sport of Kings', was completed in 2011.
David's work has been exhibited at the University of Brighton; and featured in numerous publications including When Saturday Comes, Groundtastic, Stopper (Sweden), and 11 Freunde (Germany); as well as The Mail On Sunday, Four Four Two.
In 2009 David successfully completed a Masters degree in Sport, Culture and Society at Chelsea School (University of Brighton); and in 2011 received a Football Supporters' Federation award for 'Amatuer Photographer Of The Year'. He also contributed a chapter on the activitiy of 'Groundhopping' to the Routledge Handbook of Leisure Studies (2013).
After the event, join us at The Salutation pub for a social catch up.
When & Where
Centre for the Study of Football and its Communities
Manchester Metropolitan University Football Cluster was established in 2012 following the first annual Football and its Communities conference. The cluster has since been renamed as Centre for the Study of Football and its Communities (CSFC).
The CSFC umbrella is home to an inter-disciplinary network of researchers from across faculties and academic disciplines. Currently there are researchers from Human Geography, Architecture, Sports Management, Business, History, Politics & Philosophy, Languages, Sociology and Information & Communications.
CSFC also brings together an inter-disciplinary network of researchers across the North of England with links to researchers in University of Derby, University of Liverpool & Durham University.