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Roy Hay Presented Paper at the Inaugural International Football History Conference

Roy Hay recently delivered a paper to the Inaugural International Football History Conference, organised by Dr Gary James of Manchester Metropolitan University at the Manchester City Football Academy. Roy’s...

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Roy Hay Interviewed by Radio Adelaide: ‘The History of Indigenous Players in Australian Rules’

Roy Hay was recently interviewed by Ian Newton from Radio Adelaide‘s Morning Juice program in relation to indigenous involvement in Australian Rules football in the nineteenth-century. The podcast is...

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Roy Hay & Athas Zafiris Write for The Conversation

Roy Hay and Athas Zafiris’ article, ‘Indigenous Players Didn’t Invent the Australian Rules But They Did Make It Their Own’, was published by The Conversation today. Roy Hay is...

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Roy Hay Featured in ABC News Article

Roy Hay was recently interviewed for an ABC News article written by Loukas Founten, ‘Football’s National Competition Forced Other Sports to “Wake Up” and Develop’. Roy is a member...

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Roy Hay’s New Article – “Albert ‘Pompey’ Austin, 1846?-1889: A Man Between Two Worlds”

Roy Hay is an Honorary Fellow at Deakin University, where he taught for 25 years, and a partner in Sports and Editorial Services Australia. He describes himself as a Deakin...

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Roy Hay’s Article Published on The Conversation

Roy Hay‘s article, ‘Is FIFA Expanding the Football World Cup For the Good of the Game?’, was published on The Conversation on 13 January 2017. Roy Hay is an...

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Roy Hay’s New Article Published in Soccer & Society Journal

Roy Hay‘s new article on the establishment of the football codes in Australia in the mid-19th century has recently been published in the journal Soccer & Society. The abstract for...

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Roy Hay on Albert ‘Pompey’ Austin

Contemporary Histories Research Group Sports Historian Roy Hay considers the emerging traces of an Indigenous athletic life in the Western District of Victoria, that of ‘Pompey’ Austin: Albert ‘Pompey’ Austin, 1846?–1889 At least...

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Roy Hay’s Games Goals Glory Book Launch – Change of Venue

***CHANGE OF VENUE*** This event will now be held in the Western Beach Room, Sally Walker Building. Deakin University’s Contemporary Histories Research Group invites you to the Geelong launch...

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Reminder: Roy Hay’s Games Goals Glory Book Launch in Two Days

Deakin University’s Contemporary Histories Research Group invites you to the Geelong launch of Roy Hay‘s     Games Goals Glory: The A-League’s Teams, Players, Coaches and Greatest Moments to...

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Book Launch: Roy Hay’s Games Goals Glory

Deakin University’s Contemporary Histories Research Group invites you to the Geelong launch of Roy Hay‘s     Games Goals Glory: The A-League’s Teams, Players, Coaches and Greatest Moments to...

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Provocation Three: Revisiting Contested Histories of the Australian Football League

The Contemporary Histories Research Group is pleased to announce that our third Provocation is now available. For our September instalment, Roy Hay presents Revisiting Contested Histories of the AFL. Dr Kirstie...

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