SCOTT WAALKES

Scott Waalkes teaches political science at Malone University. He is author of The Fullness of Time in a Flat World: Globalization and the Liturgical Year. You can follow him on Twitter at @Scott_Waalkes.

Posts by Scott Waalkes

Playful Religion and Religious Play
Playful Religion and Religious Play
Has the World Cup brought the re-enchantment of the globe? A look to Johan Huizinga's classic "Homo Ludens" on the question of whether sport is a religion.
SPORTOLOGICALLY SPEAKING
Winner of six consecutive wrestling titles, Milo of Croton was one of most celebrated athletes of the ancient Olympics. He was known for his great strength as well as his great appetite – it was said he could eat forty pounds of food and drink eight quarts of wine at a single meal.
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