Dance and Physical Activity as a Symbol of Social Inferiority in the Ottoman Empire

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Library and Information Center
Title:
Dance and Physical Activity as a Symbol of Social Inferiority in the Ottoman Empire
Languages of Item:
English
Abstract:
ABSTRACT attached
Publication year:
2002
Authors:
Irene Kamberidou
Publisher:
European College of Sport Science
Conference title:
7th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Athens 24-28 July 2002
Pages:
577
Keywords:
Dance, harem women, physical activity, conceptions of a beautiful body, excessive food consumption, narcotics, addiction
Main subject category:
History
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Project information:
Kamberidou, Irene (2002). Dance and Physical Activity as a Symbol of Social Inferiority in the Ottoman Empire. Proceedings of the 7th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science. Editors Maria Koskolou, Nickos Geladas, Vassilis Klissouras, Volume 2, Athens, 24-28 July, 2002 (S659/p. 577).

[1] Συμμετείχα στο συνέδριο, που οργανώθηκε από την Ελληνική Εταιρεία Αθλητικής Επιστήμης (ΕλΕΑΘλΕ) στην Αθήνα: ως (1) Μoderator στην έναρξη του συνεδρίου, (2) προεδρεύων στο session “Ethics in Sport” και (3) δύο ανακοινώσεις, σε δύο sessions (επισυνάπτονται οι περιλήψεις).
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