Sports fandom — often more than religious, political or regional affiliation — determines how millions of Americans define themselves. In his new book, “We Average Unbeautiful Watchers: Fan Narratives and the Reading of American Sports,” Noah Cohan, lecturer in American Culture Studies in Arts & Sciences, focuses on sports culture as narrative.
The Olin Business School is introducing a sports management course that will feature an “all-star” line-up of guest lecturers. Through the speakers and class curriculum, students will get a novel perspective on how the sports economy works.
The Olin Business School is introducing a new course in sports management that will feature several luminaries in the field. Executives in league management, television rights, media coverage and corporate sponsorship will be guest speakers in the class. All speakers are available for media interviews.