Climbing Archives - SCOTT HARRISON
I wonder if or to what extent Kanak history and contemporary issues will come to the fore. Continue reading →. November 27, 2013. Kaikanani Woollings, “Injury Rates, Mechanisms, and Risk Factors For Youth Rock Climbers,” MA Thesis, University of Calgary, 2013. 2012 Banff Climbing Conference. August 14, 2012. Thoughts on Passionate Delusions. February 15, 2012. Will Gadd reflects on the need to honestly reflect on the risks we take in mountain sports. Click here for the article. July 10, 2011. Detailing t...
New Caledonia: The Crossroads of Sport Climbing and Indigenous History - SCOTT HARRISON
The 2014 IFSC World Youth Climbing Championships provides an interesting opportunity to reflect on the broader role of the sport in world politics and indigenous histories and contemporary struggles. It is a topic certainly worthy of more consideration that these few paragraphs. Urban Lives of Indigenous Peoples: Ainu and Inuit. The Indigenous Factor of East Asian Engagement with the Canadian Arctic →. One thought on “ New Caledonia: The Crossroads of Sport Climbing and Indigenous History.