Applications of Equestrian Sports in the World

INVITATION TO THE INTERNATIONAL PANEL ON TRADITIONAL EQUESTRIAN SPORTS IN THE WORLD
Dear TSG community,
As Traditional Sports and Games Research and Application Center at Manas University in Kyrgyzstan, we would like to invite you to an international panel on Applications of Equestrian Sports in the World.
If you believe that you have such unique traditional equestrian sports in your country or have scholarly work, and would like to promote and introduced them to the whole world, here is the opportunity to be part of a fantastic book publication after the panel. We will combine and professionally edit the proceeding book to publish it as a book at a well-known publisher after the panel.
Your writing may include (but not limited to) present application, rules & regulations, current status, historical & ethnographic concepts/analysis of equestrian sports. If you are receiving this message, it is because we believe you have expertise with your scholarly and professional experience in the TSG field and may like to be part of it.
Some of you probably know that we recently published a book called “Applications of traditional wrestling in the world” with so many scholars and experts at a well-known publisher (Nova Scientific Publishers). We plan to publish the equestrian book with the same publisher since they are very supportive of TSG.
This will be a part of book series on traditional sports and games that we would like to produce at our Research and Application Center with you as a partner. If you would like to be part of this wonderful collaborative international effort, please let me know.
Panel Date: May 9, 2021 (subject to change)
Writing Style: APA style, Times New Roman, 12 font, double space.
Writing Language: English
Word Limit: 3000-6000
Recommended: We encourage you to use pictures, graphs, and tables
I look forward to hearing back from you.
Adem Kaya, PhD
General Secretary of The Panel Organizing Committee
Asst. Professor
Sport Management
Bowie State University,
Maryland, USA


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