New journal "The Arts and Sciences of Judo" - Call for papers

 

The Arts and Sciences of Judo (ASJ) is a new international and interdisciplinary academic journal published by International Judo Federation (IJF) which welcomes articles on various aspects on judo and all its values. ASJ will publish conceptual or primary research papers, that are not published elsewhere, papers that are relevant for the development of judo and giving new insights on certain aspects of judo. Inspired by reach judo heritage of Jigoro Kano, all submissions should describe and explain not only research methodology but also put emphasis on practical implications of research. Therefore, the ASJ can fulfil all its goals – to become a forum of disseminating important judo research results and to bridge the usual gap between the academic research and the needs of practical work in judo.

Deadline for submission is December 1st, 2019,

More information: sanda.corak@judo.hr

 
Posted: 2019-07-30
 

New journal "The Arts and Sciences of Judo" - Call for papers

 

The Arts and Sciences of Judo (ASJ) is a new international and interdisciplinary academic journal published by International Judo Federation (IJF) which welcomes articles on various aspects on judo and all its values. ASJ will publish conceptual or primary research papers, that are not published elsewhere, papers that are relevant for the development of judo and giving new insights on certain aspects of judo. Inspired by reach judo heritage of Jigoro Kano, all submissions should describe and explain not only research methodology but also put emphasis on practical implications of research. Therefore, the ASJ can fulfil all its goals – to become a forum of disseminating important judo research results and to bridge the usual gap between the academic research and the needs of practical work in judo.

Deadline for submission is December 1st, 2019,

More information: sanda.corak@judo.hr

 
Posted: 2019-07-31
 

New journal "The Arts and Sciences of Judo" - Call for papers

 

The Arts and Sciences of Judo (ASJ) is a new international and interdisciplinary academic journal published by International Judo Federation (IJF) which welcomes articles on various aspects on judo and all its values. ASJ will publish conceptual or primary research papers, that are not published elsewhere, papers that are relevant for the development of judo and giving new insights on certain aspects of judo. Inspired by reach judo heritage of Jigoro Kano, all submissions should describe and explain not only research methodology but also put emphasis on practical implications of research. Therefore, the ASJ can fulfil all its goals – to become a forum of disseminating important judo research results and to bridge the usual gap between the academic research and the needs of practical work in judo.

Deadline for submission is December 1st, 2019,

More information: sanda.corak@judo.hr

 
Posted: 2019-07-31
 

RAMA has been awarded the FECYT Quality Seal in recognition of its editorial and scientific quality

 

The Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology - FECYT has recently awarded RAMA the FECYT Quality Seal in recognition of its editorial and scientific quality. All of the information about the evaluation processes and their periocity can be found at https://calidadrevistas.fecyt.es/

RAMA got this recognition at the 6th Call for Evaluation of the Scientific and Publishing Quality of Spanish Scientific Journals (2019). The full list of journals having the Seal is available at https://evaluacionarce.fecyt.es/publico/Resolucion/__Recursos/2019_listado_revistas_FECYT.pdf

 
Posted: 2019-07-23
 

8th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF IMACSSS - 2019 SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS ON MARTIAL ARTS AND COMBAT SPORTS

 

October 10-12, 2019, Polytechnic Institute of Viseu - Portugal

Under the auspices of IMACSS – International Martial Arts and Combat Sports Scientific Society, the 2019 edition of the Scientific Congress on Martial Arts and Combat Sports (SCMACS) will take place from October 10-12, 2019 in Viseu, Portugal.

The central issue of the Congress is the scientific interpretation of actions in broader contexts and cultures such as Martial Arts (MA), Combat Sports (CS) or Self-Defence (SD), in relation to objectives usually associated with human development (e.g., health, well-being, education and culture).

The congress organizing committee believes that this 2019 initiative will provide a valuable opportunity to promote, enlarge and strengthen the scientific community gathered around martial arts and combat sports (MA&CS).

More information: www.esev.ipv.pt/IMACSSS2019

E-mail: IMACSSS2019Viseu@esev.ipv.pt 

 
Posted: 2019-07-23
 

International Symposium “Teaching is Learning: Methods, Contents and Role Models in the Didactics of Martial Arts”

 

8. Annual Meeting of the German Society of Sport Science’s Committee for Martial Arts Studies.

October 3-5, 2019, University of Vechta, Germany.

From instrumental didactics in the training of police forces to the philosophical didactics of classical masters to pedagogical didactics in modern physical education: teaching and learning to fight has been and still is extraordinary due to its extremely wide phenomenology.

Fighting as physical togetherness, as the immediacy of oscillating power and powerlessness under the roof of cultural symbolism will be examined. The focus on a pedagogical/ didactic perspective not only serves to visualise methods, contents, settings and locations of teaching and learning how to fight, but also to recognise role models as well as the reflection of target settings and achievements.

The conference, to which especially teachers, sociologists and coaches in martial arts are invited, takes place from October 3-5 at the University of Vechta, Lower Saxony, Germany.

More information: https://www.sportwissenschaft.de/veranstaltungen/dvs-tagungen/tagungen2019/kuk2019/?mc_cid=9576b108bc&mc_eid=926707860a

E-mail: dr.martin.joh.meyer@googlemail.com 

 
Posted: 2019-07-23
 

International Conference "Fighting – Knowledge – Bodies. Historical Perspectives on Fighting Practices"

 

Trier University, Germany, 11-13 September 2019

This conference focuses on the structural similarities, knowledge systems and discourses as well as the material foundations of fighting practices. “Fighting”, in this context, is understood literally, without any metaphorical connotation, as a tangible confrontation between human actors. As such, fighting permeates all strata of society as a historically and culturally variable practice and experience. It is a polysemic phenomenon and takes various forms. The conference’s objective is to explore its dimensions in a historical perspective, to test different methodological approaches across epochs and to define common areas of interest for future research.

More information: https://www.uni-trier.de/index.php?id=69894

E-mail: burkarte@uni-trier.de

 
Posted: 2019-07-23
 

6th Annual Martial Arts Studies Conference "Martial arts, Religion and Spirituality (MARS)"

 

22-23 July 2020, Université d’Aix-Marseille

Focusing on the relations between martial arts, religion and spirituality, this conference aims to engage the diversity and plurality of understandings of each of these terms – ‘martial arts’, ‘religion’, ‘spirituality’ – and of their relationships.

Any scholarly approach to the analysis of martial activity in relation to religion and spirituality is welcome, but preference will be given to those that demonstrate an adequate engagement with the field of ‘martial arts studies’, an emergent interdisciplinary discourse situated at the crossroads of the social and natural sciences, arts and humanities.

The organising panel is particularly interested in proposals for papers and panels that examine, interrogate, analyse, and cast new light on the relations, overlaps, identities and differences between and across martial arts, religions and spiritualities.

More information: http://masresearchnetwork.apps-1and1.net/6th-annual-martial-arts-studies-conference?mc_cid=9576b108bc&mc_eid=926707860a

E.mail: martial.arts@cardiff.ac.uk

 
Posted: 2019-07-23
 

2nd African Regional Martial Arts Congress "Cultural Unity in African Self-Defense Traditions"

 

ICM and Ghana National Commission for UNESCO will be hosting the 2nd African Regional Martial Arts Congress on 25 and 26 September at Accra, Republic of Ghana. Martial arts organizations, scholars, and UNESCO and governmental organizations from West African countries  congress will encourage discussions on the historical background of the self-defense tradition, and the status, role, challenges of martial arts in Africa.

More information: http://unescoicm.org/eng/notice/qna.php?ptype=view&idx=6256

E-mail: unescoicm@unescoicm.org

 
Posted: 2019-07-17
 

III International Budo-Conference “Education of personality and self-development: martial arts traditions and contemporary science”

 

Odintsovo (Russia), October 10, 2019

From 7 to 13 October 2019 Russia will host XXXIV European Championship, VI European Children's Cup and I
Amateur European Cup in traditional karate-do WTKF (Odintsovo, Moscow region). As part of these
international festival, October 10 will be held III International Budo-Conference entitled “Education of
personality and self-development: martial arts traditions and contemporary science”.

More information: http://wtkf2019.ru/index.php/en/conference

Contact: tkarate.russia@gmail.com 

 
Posted: 2019-07-14
 

World Wrestling Medicine Conference & Team Physician Course

 

Budapest, 24-26 October 2019

United World Wrestling is pleased to announce the holding of the World Wrestling Medicine Conference & Wrestling Team Physician Course in Budapest on 24-26 October 2019 prior to the U23 World Championship. This event is being organized by UWW Medical and Anti-Doping Commission with the support of the Hungarian Wrestling Federation and the University of Physical Education of Budapest.

More information: https://unitedworldwrestling.org/about-uww/World%20Wrestling%20Medicine%20Conference

Contact: MedicalConference2019@unitedworldwrestling.org  

 
Posted: 2019-07-14
 

6o Encontro Nacional de Artes Marciais e Esportes de Combate (6o ENAMEC)/ Simpósio Internacional de Lutas UFRJ

 

October 9-11, 2019, Rio de Janeiro

More information at https://www.6enamec1sil.com/

 
Posted: 2019-05-30
 

Sports - Call for papers - Special Issue on Martial Arts and Combat Sports

 

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2019

This Special Issue ‘Tackling Performance Challenges in Martial Arts and Combat Sports” is an opportunity to publish original research, meta-analyses, reviews, case studies, short communications and book reviews related to martial arts and combat sports. Tackling Performance Challenges in Martial Arts and Combat Sports aims to provide the latest scientific and professional insights, present recent findings and share experiences in Martial Arts (Judo, Karate, Wrestling, Boxing, Taekwondo, Sambo, Sumo, Jujutsu, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Aikido and Mixed Martial Arts). Special emphasis is given to the importance of a) training monitoring and testing; b) periodization; c) coaching and training strategies; d) Injury epidemiology and prevention; e) performance analysis and biomechanics; f) physiology of martial arts and combat sports; g) special considerations for women and youths. Any other topics are welcome in this Special Issue, especially articles that bring new theoretical and practical approaches to the martial arts field.

More information here.
 
Posted: 2018-10-25
 

RAMA indexed in Emerging Sources Citation Index

 

Dear Readers, Reviewers and Authors,

We are glad to announce that the Revista de Artes Maciales Asiáticas has been accepted for indexation in Clarivate Analytics (formerly Thomson Reuters) Emerging Sources Citation Index, starting with V. 13 (1) 2018. This indexation will significantly increase the journal visibility and also authors will gain more recognition when publishing in RAMA.

 
Posted: 2018-07-20
 

Revista de Artes Marciales Asiáticas in Academia & Google Scholar

 
In order to increase the journal's visibility and reach, we have created specific profiles for RAMA in Academia (https://unileon.academia.edu/RAMA) and Google Scholar (https://scholar.google.es/citations?user=qPg1kG4AAAAJ&hl=es).  
Posted: 2018-02-12
 

Current Martial Arts and Combat Sports Scientific Journals

 
  1. Acta Taekwondo et Martialis Artium (previously Journal of the International Association of Taekwondo Research) (Republic of Korea).
  2. Archives of Budo (Poland).
  3. Journal of Combat Sports and Martial Arts (Poland).
  4. Journal of Martial Arts Research (Germany).
  5. Martial Arts Studies (UK).
  6. Research Journal of Budo (Japan).
 
Posted: 2013-05-01
 

Printed version of RAMA

 
Volumes 1-6 of RAMA (first period, 2006-2011) are also available in print. For more information contact us via email (artesmarciales@unileon.es).  
Posted: 2012-10-21
 
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