Null and void: sport in a time of Covid-19
The Coronavirus crisis has revealed so much about sport-as-business that is bad, argues Mark Perryman of Philosophy Football
After the eating and drinking, the sport?
A selection of 2017 sporting reads by Mark Perryman for the post-festive recovery period
Olympics: social democratic Team GB vs freemarket England Team
Mark Perryman outlines what Great Britain’s Olympic success does mean - and what it doesn’t mean
Sports reading: more of a marathon than a sprint
Mark Perryman of Philosophy Football offers his reading selection for a summer of sport
The Exclusion Games: what went wrong with Brazil’s Olympic dream?
It’s business as usual beneath the bread and circuses of Rio 2016, argues radical ethnographer Adam Talbot
Top Ten Sports Books for 2016
Mark Perryman of
picks his favourite reads for the new sporting year
Brazil’s Dance with the Devil: the World Cup, the Olympics and the Fight for Democracy
It was perfectly fair to enjoy the World Cup and carry on fighting for a better future, argues Orlando Hill