Ying Wushanley

PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION

Ph.D.   History of Sport & Physical Education, Penn State University, 1997

M.S. Physical Ed/Sport Management, Washington State University, 1991

B.S. Physical Education, Shanghai Normal University, 1982

Diploma. German, Shanghai International Studies University, 1987

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2008 – present Professor. Millersville University

2001 – 2008    Associate Professor. Millersville University

1996 – 2001    Assistant Professor. Millersville University

1994 – 1996     Assistant Professor. Ithaca College

1991 – 1994     Graduate Teaching Assistant. Penn State University

1988 – 1991     Graduate Teaching Assistant. Washington State University

1982 – 1988     Physical Education Instructor. Shanghai Foreign Language School

Graduate Courses Taught at Millersville University
  • WSSD 602 Sport in American Culture
  • WSSD 603 Moral and Ethical Issues in Sport
  • WSSD 610 Women in Sport
  • WSSD 616 Internship in Sport Management
  • WSSD 687 Sport and Higher Education
  • WSSD 689 Sport: An International Perspective
  • WSSD 689 The Olympic Games
Undergraduate Courses Taught at Millersville University
  • WSSD 350 Sport in America (writing)
  • WSSD 486 The Olympic Games
  • WSSD 486 Women in Sport
  • WELL 175 Wellness
Undergraduate Courses Taught at Ithaca College
  • History of Sport,
  • Sport: Philosophical Perspectives
  • The Olympic Games
  • Introduction to Sport Management

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

English & Chinese (professional); German (basic); French (beginning)

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Women/Gender and Sport; Sport and Higher Education/Intercollegiate Athletics; Sport and Culture; Sport and International Relations; Modern Olympic Movement

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE, HONORS, AND AWARDS

Fellow, European Committee for Sports History, 2016

Member, Distinguished Lectures Committee, North American Society for Sport History (NASSH), 2015-2017

Fulbright Senior Specialists candidate, 2006 – 2011

Guest professor, School of Physical Education and Sports Science, Nanjing Normal University, 2015, 2016, 2017

Guest professor, College of Physical Education and Health, East China Normal University, 2006

Guest professor, College of Physical Education, Shanghai Normal Uni, 2005, 2006

Guest speaker, NCAA Gender Equity and Issues Forum, 2005, 2006

Guest Lecturer, Kinesiology Colloquium, Penn State University, 2006

Visiting Research Fellow, School of History, University of New South Wales, Australia, 2005

Fellow, Oxford Round Table, Oxford University, England, 2004

Panel member, BBC Radio 4 (“Four Corners”), 2004

Chair, Publications Board, North American Society for Sport History (NASSH), 2008-2009

Member of Publications Board, NASSH, 2005-2007

Executive Council member, NASSH, 2001-2003,

Member of Distinguished Lectures Committee, NASSH, 2015-2017

Member, Scientific Committee, European Committee for Sport History, 2003

Visiting professor, North Central College, Naperville, IL, 2002

Keynote speaker, The Chicago Seminar on Sport and Culture, Chicago, 2000

Reviewer for Journal of Sport History, Sport History Review, The International Journal of History of Sport, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, Journal of Cold War Studies, Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

North American Society for Sport History (NASSH)

European Society for Sports History (CESH)

International Society for the History of Physical Education and Sport (ISHPES)

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

(I am the sole author of all the following publications)

Book

Playing Nice and Losing: The Struggle for Control of Women’s Intercollegiate Athletics, 1960-2000.  Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2004.

Book chapters and journal conference proceedings articles

“FIFA Women’s World Cup 1999,” in American Sports: A History of Icons, Idols, and Ideas (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2013)

“FIFA World Cup 1994,” ibid.

“Yao Ming” in Sports around the World: History, Culture, Practice (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, Inc., 2012)

“Basketball, China,” ibid.

“Tiger Woods” in Sports in America from Colonial Times to the Twenty-First Century: An Encyclopedia (New York: M. E. Sharpe, Inc., 2011)

“Waltzing on Ice: Lake Placid, the Carter Doctrine, and China’s Return to the Olympics,” in Robert Barney et al. (eds.) Pathways: Critiques and Discourse in Olympic Research (The University of Western Ontario, 2008)

“Shaquille O’Neal” in Icons of African American Sports (Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2008).

“Marching into the Male Camp: The Formation of the CCWAA and A Reconstruction of the Women’s Intercollegiate athletic Identity in the USA,” Sport and the Construction of Identities – Proceedings of CESH Congress, 2006.

“Coliseum (Rome),” in Berkshire Encyclopedia of World Sport (Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing, 2005).

“Davis Cup,” ibid.

“World Cup,” ibid.

“Beijing 2008,” in Encyclopedia of the Modern Olympic Movement (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2004)

“The Conflict of Culture, Ideology, and Women’s Sports in the United States of America,” Sport and Cultures – Proceedings of CESH, 2004.

“China’s Long March to Olympic Prominence: From the Games’ Outlaw to Beijing 2008,” Proceedings of CESH, 2003

“Michelle Akers,” in The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives Sports Figures (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2002)

“Shirley Babashoff,” ibid

“Bonnie Blair,” ibid

“Gertrude Ederle,” ibid

“Pete Sampras,” ibid

“‘Kicking Hell Out of the Communists’: Cold War, National Pride, and the Rise of U.S. Women’s Sports.” Proceeding of CESH, 2002

“Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women,” in International Encyclopedia of Women and Sports (New York: Macmillan Reference USA, 2001)

“Intercollegiate Athletics,” ibid

“Intramural Sports,” ibid

“The Olympics, Cold War, and the Reconstruction of U.S. Women’s Athletics,” in Kevin Wamsley, et. al (eds.) Bridging Three Centuries: Intellectual Crossroads and the Modern Olympic Movement (The University of Western Ontario, 2000)

“Early NCAA Attempts at the Governance of Women’s Intercollegiate Athletics, 1968-1973.” Journal of Sport History (Fall 1999)

“Margot Polivy, Legal Costs, and the Demise of the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women.” Sport History Review (November 1999)

“The Pilgrims Come to America: A Failed Mission of British Cultural Imperialism.” Sport History Review (November 1998)

Book and Film Reviews

“Sport and the Law: Historical and Cultural Intersections,” Samual O. Regalado and Sarah K. Fields (Fayetteville, AK: The University of Arkansas Press, 2014), review for Journal of Sport History (Fall 2016)

“Marrow of the Nation: A History of Sport and Physical Education in Republican China,” Andrew D. Morris (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2004), review for Journal of Sport History (Summer 2007)

“Laduma!: Soccer, Politics and Society in South Africa,” Peter Alegi (Scottsville, South Africa: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2004), review for The International Journal of the History of Sport (December 2006)

“Taking in A Game: A History of Baseball in Asia,” Joseph A. Reaves (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2002), review for Sport History Review (May 2004)

“Chinese Archery,” Stephen Selby (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2000), review for Journal of Sport History (Fall 2002)

“Offside: Soccer and American Exceptionalism,” Andrei S. Markovits and Steven L. Hellerman (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2001), review for The International Journal of the History of Sport (March 2003)

“Sport and Physical Education in China,” James Riordan and Robin Jones, eds. (London: E & FN Spon, 1999), review for Journal of Sport History (Spring 2002)

“Footbinding, Feminism and Freedom: The Liberation of Women’s Bodies in Modern China,” Fan Hong (London: Frank Cass, 1997), review for Journal of Sport History (Fall 1999)

“City Dump: 1951 CCNY Basketball Scandal” (HBO Sports), review for International Review for the Sociology of Sport (June 1999)

SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

“A Gentlemen’s Club with A Woman’s Touch: Monique Berlioux and the Cultural Transformation of the International Olympic Committee.” CESH, Strasbourg, France, 2017.

“The ‘Forceful Roses’ of the Former Chinese Women’s National Soccer Team – A Case Study of Their Impact on Gender Equality in Sport.” CESH, Leicester, UK, 2016

“From the Portrait of A Woman – Reflections on Women’s Sports in the Post-War United States of America.” ISHPES, Paris, France, 2016

“‘We Shall Overcome’ – The Emerging New Sporting Culture for American Women in the Postwar Era.” CESH, Florence, Italy, 2015

“Capitalism, Economic Boom, and the Rising Profession of Female Golf Caddies in China.” CESH, Barcelona, Spain, 2013

“Building ‘Coliseums’: Sport, Architecture, and the Business of Entertainment and Survival of American Universities,” ISHPES, Taipei, Taiwan, 2013

“Linda Estes: A True Warrior for Gender Equality in American College Sports,” NASSH, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 2013

“‘New Beijing, Great Olympics’ — How China Raised the Bar in Staging the Games of the 21st Century.” International Conference on the Olympics, University of Rouen, France, 2012

“Walter Byers’ Pragmatic Approach to Achieving Gender Equality in American College Sport.” NASSH, Berkeley, CA, USA, 2012

“Gender Equality and Women’s Sports in the post-Beijing 2008 China.” CESH, Estoril, Portugal, 2011.

“Freedom with Boundaries: Reflections on Catharine Beecher, Domesticity, and

Women’s Sports in the United States of America.” CESH, Pisa, Italy, 2009

“‘Women Can Hold Up Half the Sky’: Myth and Reality in Chinese Women’s Sport.” NASSH, Asheville, North Carolina, USA, 2009

“Waltzing on Ice: Lake Placid, the Carter Doctrine, and China’s Return to the Olympics,” 9th International Symposium for Olympic Research, Beijing, China, 2008

“Building ‘Coliseums’: Sport, Architecture, and the Business of Entertainment in American Higher Education.” CESH, Lorient, France, 2007

“Marching into the Male Camp: The Formation of the CCWAA and A Reconstruction of the Women’s Intercollegiate athletic Identity.” CESH, Vienna, Austria, 2006

“Going Co-ed: The Silver Anniversary of Women’s Intercollegiate Athletics under the NCAA,” NASSH, Glenwood Springs, Colorado, USA, 2006

(Keynote speech) “Educational Model vs. Legal Reality: How Title IX Killed Women’s Control of College Women’s Athletics,” Department of Kinesiology Graduate Student and Faculty Colloquium, Pennsylvania State University, 2006

“Government Policy, Economic Reality, and Women’s Sport in An Era of ‘Equality’” Sporting Traditions XV, the biennial conference of the Australian Society for Sport History, Melbourne, Australia, 2005

“The Control of Women’s Intercollegiate Athletic in the Title IX Era – A Legal Reality,” Oxford Round Table (invited), Oxford University, UK, 2004

“The Conflict of Culture, Ideology, and the History of Women’s Sports in the United States of America.” CESH, Crotone, Italy, 2004

“Claire Galligan—the First American Woman Champion Swimmer after the Sullivan Era.” NASSH, Pacific Grove, CA, USA, 2004

“China’s Long March to Olympic Prominence: From the Games’ Outlaw to Beijing 2008.” CESH, Olympia, Greece, 2003

“Cold War, National Pride, and the Rise of U.S. Women’s Sports.” CESH, Besançon, France, 2002

“Gertrude Ederle and A Reconsideration of the 1926 English Channel Swim.” NASSH, French Lick, Indiana, USA, 2002

“The Olympics, Cold War, and the Reconstruction of U.S. Women’s Athletics,” 5th International Symposium for Olympic Research, Sydney, Australia, 2000

(Keynote speech) “Playing Nice and Losing: the Demise of Women’s Control of Intercollegiate Athletics in the Title IX Era,” The Chicago Seminar on Sport and Culture, Chicago, 2000

“From ‘Educational Model’ to Commercial Enterprise: The Philosophical Change of U.S. Women’s Collegiate Athletics in the Title IX Era.” NASSH, Banff, Canada, 2000

“Kellmeyer — the Lawsuit that Ruined Women’s Control of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women.” NASSH, University Park, PA, USA, 1999

“Title IX – The First Step Toward the Demise of Women’s Control of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women?”  Annual Convention of the American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Boston, USA 1999