2018 Shaw-Mannell Lecture: Leisure studies, ego involvement, and the dodo

Friday, November 30, 2018 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm EST (GMT -05:00)

Shaw-Mannell Award Presentation

The Recreation and Leisure Studies Department and the Hallman Lecture Series are proud to present the Shaw-Mannell Lecture and Leisure Research Award event featuring 2018 recipient, Gerard Kyle.

Leisure studies, ego involvement, and the dodo:
Trying to make sense of the ebbs and flows of leisure research

Gerard Kyle will provide a personal commentary reflecting on his observations of leisure research within the United States over the past 20 years. The lens of his interpretation is t(a)inted by the ontological/epistemological norms governing his research program, i.e., the social psychology of leisure and conservation, along with his institutional and cultural experiences (i.e., Texas A&M University, the state of Texas and the United States).

Details including speaker bio and registration at event website.