ISSN 0952-3367 (Print); ISSN 1743-9035 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Prologue – The paradoxes of imitation and resistance: the origins of the map of an American empire of sports
Imperial ‘deep play’: reading sport and visions of the five empires of the ‘New World’, 1919–1941
Sporting Japanese-ness in an Americanised Japan
Baseball's kakehashi: a bridge of understanding and the Nikkei experience
Regalado, Samuel O.
Reason and magic in the country of baseball
Kelly, John D.
The national pastime trade-off: how baseball sells US foreign policy and the American way
American sports across the Americas
Arbena, Joseph L.
The limits of Pan-Americanism: the case of the failed 1942 Pan-American Games
Torres, Cesar R.
From la bomba to béisbol: sport and the Americanisation of Puerto Rico, 1898–1950
Park, Roberta J.
‘Changing the cultural landscape’: English engineers, American missionaries, and the YMCA bring sports to Brazil – the 1870s to the 1930s
In pursuit of perspective: the other empire of sport – cultural imperialism for confident control and consequent legacies
Epilogue – Imperial complexities: in pursuit of ‘provocative’ post-imperial analyses