David Howe, PhD
- PhD - Medical Anthropology (University College, London)
- MA - Social Anthropology (Toronto)
- BSc - Anthropology (Trent)
Supervising Graduate Students
- Sociocultural Studies
- Culture of disability
- Embodied philosophical ethnography
- Ethics of Paralympism
- Health and (dis)ability
- Medical and policy discourse surrounding the (dis)ability sport
- Social history of the Paralympic Movement
A comprehensive list of publications is available through Google Scholar.
- Collison, H. Darnell, S., Giulianotti, R., and Howe, P.D. (2018) Routledge Handbook for Sport Development and Peace. London: Routledge.
Huang, C.H. and Howe, P.D. (2018) ‘Foucaudian Biopower in Action: the case of disability sport events in Taiwan, 1972-1992. The International Journal of the History of Sport
- Darnell, S., Giulianotti, R., Howe, P.D. and Collison, H., (2018) Re-Assembling Sport for Development and Peace Through Actor Network Theory: Insights from Kingston, Jamaica Sociology of Sport Journal, Vol. 35, 89-97 https://doi.org/10.1123/ssj.2016-0159
- Perkin, S.J. and Howe, P.D (2018) ‘A Foucauldian Interpretation of Paralympic sport in the United Arab Emirates: an exploration through a virtual lens’ The International Journal of the History of Sport https://doi.org/10.1080/09523367.2018.1464441
- Howe, P. D and Silva, C. F. (2018) ‘The fiddle of using the Paralympic Games as a vehicle for expanding [dis]ability sport participation’ Sport and Society: Culture, Commerce, Media, Politics. Vol. 21(1) 125-136. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17430437.2016.1225885
- Silva, C. F. and Howe, P. D. (2018) ‘The Social Empowerment of Difference: The Potential Influence of Parasport’ Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America. Vol. 29(2): 397-408. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmr.2018.01.009
- Collison, H., Darnell, S., Giulianotti, R., Howe, P.D. (2017). Sport for Social Change and Development: Sustaining Transnational Partnerships and Adapting International Curriculums to Local Contexts in Rwanda. The International Journal of the History of Sport. doi/full/10.1080/09523367.2017.1318850
- Kerr, S. & Howe, P. D. (2017). Using Disability Studies to Ground High-Quality Paralympic Research. Diagoras: International Academic Journal on Olympic Studies, 1, 117–134. Retrieved from http://diagorasjournal.com/index.php/diagoras/article/view/10
- Howe, P. D. (2018) ‘Athlete, Anthropologist and Advocate: moving toward a lifeworld where difference is celebrated’ Sport and Society: Culture, Commerce, Media, Politics. Vol.21(4) 678-688. doi/full/10.1080/17430437.2016.1273628
- Howe, P.D. and Silva, C. F. (2017) ‘Challenging “Normalcy”: possibilities and pitfalls of Paralympic Bodies’ in South African Journal for Research in Sport, Physical Education and Recreation. Vol. 39(1-2): 191-204.
- Howe, P.D. and Silva, C. F. (2017) ‘The Cyborgification of Paralympic Sport’ in Movement & Sport Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1051/sm/2017014.
- Sport, the Body and Culture
- Olympic and Paralympic Issues
- Series editor: Disability Sport and Physical Activity Cultures with Routledge
- Member of the scientific committee of International Paralympic Committee VISTA Conference to be held in Amsterdam in September 2019
- Founding Member of the European Network Sport and Disabilities. Sport and Citizenship: sport serving society
- Guest Professor on the Erasmus Mundus Masters in Adaptive Physical Activity at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium (2007- present)
- Irish Research Council, Outer International Assessment Board member (2013- present)
- Editorial Board Member
- Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly (2011- present)
- Diagoras: International Academic Journal on Olympic Studies (2017- present)
- European Journal of Adapted Physical Activity (2009 – present)
- Arts and Humanities Research Council – UK ‘Re-presenting para-sport bodies: Disability and the cultural legacy of the Paralympics’ (PI M. Silk; Co-holders C.E.M Hodges, R. Scullion, R. Rich, P. Howe, L. Misener, D. Jackson, C. F. Silva, and K. D. Stutterheim Feb 2017 – Aug 2019 £694,576.
- Social Science and Humanities Research Council – Canada, Insight Development Grant ‘Invisible Me: A SocioCultural Exploration of Women in Paralympic Sport, Past and Present’ (PI – Andrea Bundon; Co-I P.D. Howe) Sept 2016 – January 2017: $65,456 CDN.