Dr Emily Ryall
reader in applied philosophy, University of Gloucestershire; author, Philosophy of Sport: key questions
Dr Emily Ryall is a reader in applied philosophy at the University of Gloucestershire. Her main research interests lie in the philosophy of sport, games and play and she is author of Philosophy of Sport: key questions. She has written and spoken extensively on ethical issues in sport, including fairness, equality, doping, risk and danger. She is associate editor of the Journal of the Philosophy of Sport, and a former Chair of the British Philosophy of Sport Association. She has written for, and contributed to, media outlets such as the New York Times, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the Guardian and the BBC, as well as being an invited speaker at events such as the Cheltenham Science Festival, The Royal Institute of Philosophy, and the LSE Forum.
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Sunday 3 November, 16:00 Conservatory
Caster Semenya – running into controversy: genes, gender and sport