Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
The International Journal of the History of Sport, Regional Numbers
Mangan, J. A.
Prologue - Cathedrals of Sport: Mapping New Territories
Setting the Scene - Bridging the Gap between Knowledge and Practice: When Americans Really Built Programmes to Foster Healthy Lifestyles, 1918-1940
Far More Than Commercialism: Stadium Building from Harvard's Innovations to Stanford's 'Dirt Bowl'
If We Build It Will They Come? The Plans for a National Stadium and American Olympic Desires
'Ivy-Coloured Glasses': The Myth of Wrigley Field
Stadiums, Boosters, Politicians and Major League Baseball's Reluctance to Expand: An Exploration of Post-Second World War US Trends
From 'The Finest Ballpark in America' to 'The Jewel of the Waterfront': The Construction of San Francisco's Major League Baseball Stadiums
If They Built It? Stadium Dreams and Rustbelt Realities in Cleveland
Civil Rights and Sports Landmarks: Discrimination, Jobs and Activism in the Construction of Pittsburgh's Three Rivers Stadium
Epilogue - Cathedrals of Sport: Reflections on the Past, Present and Future