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Seth S. Tannenbaum

Seth S. Tannenbaum is a historian and assistant professor of sport studies at Manhattanville College. He earned his PhD in American history at Temple University. His research and teaching focus on the intersection of American sport history and American social and cultural history, often through the lens of the fan experience at sporting events. You can read more about him on his website.

American athlete Nancy Voorhees clears the bar as she trains for the high jump event ahead of the 1922 Women's World Games, during a training session at Weequanic Park in Newark, New Jersey, 1922

Sport in America: A Reading List

Covering the colonial era to the present, this annotated bibliography demonstrates the topical and methodological diversity of sport studies in the United States.