Dr. Stephen Wenn
Professor, Kinesiology & Physical Education, on Sabbatical (July 1-December 31 2016)
Contact InformationEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 519-884-0710 ext.4160
Fax: 519-747-4594 (5050)
Office Location: Bricker Academic Building, BA517
Office Hours: By Appointment
Academic BackgroundBA, MA (Western), PhD (Penn State)
Articles and Book Chapters
Stephen R. Wenn, “Peter Ueberroth’s Legacy: How the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics Changed the Trajectory of the Olympic Movement,” International Journal of the History of Sport 32 (January 2015): 157-171.
Robert K. Barney and Stephen R. Wenn, “Selling Image and Exposure: The Rise of Olympic Commercialism,” in Andreas Amendt, Christian Wacker, and Stephan Wassong, eds., Olympics – Past and Present [Publications of the Qatar Olympic and Sport Museum, 2] (Munich: Prestel-Verlag, 2013), pp. 277-285.
Stephen R. Wenn, "Rivals and Revolutionaries: Avery Brundage, The Marquess of Exeter and Olympic Television Revenue, " Sport in History 32 (June 2012) : 257-278.
Stephen Wenn and Tim Elcombe, "A Path to Peace: Thoughts on Olympic Revenue and the IOC/USOC Divide," The SAIS Review of International Affairs XXXI (Winter-Spring, 2011): 117-133.
Stephen Wenn, Robert Barney, and Scott Martyn, Tarnished Rings: The International Olympic Committee and the Salt Lake City Bid Scandal (Syracuse, NY, Syracuse University Press, 2011).
Gerald P. Schaus and Stephen R. Wenn, eds., Onward to the Olympics (Waterloo, Ont.: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2007).
Robert K. Barney, Stephen R. Wenn, and Scott G. Martyn, Selling the Five Rings: The IOC and the Rise of Olympic Commercialism [Revised Edition] (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2004).
Stephen R. Wenn, “A Long and Winding Road: IOC/USOC Relations in the Post-Amateur Sports Act Era,” North American Society for Sport History Conference, University of Miami, Miami, FL, May 2015.
Stephen R. Wenn, “Thomas Bach’s Big Decisions: Money, Priorities, and the Olympic Movement,” North American Society for Sport History Conference, Glenwood Springs, Colorado, May 2014.
Stephen R. Wenn, “Peter Ueberroth’s Legacy: How the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics Changed the Trajectory of the Olympic Movement,” The 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games: Assessing the 30-Year Legacy – Workshop (LA 84 and Routledge Press), Los Angeles, CA, January 2014.
Stephen R. Wenn, “The International Olympic Committee: From Bystander to Economic Juggernaut,” California State University – Fullerton, Department of Kinesiology Symposium, Fullerton, CA, January 2014.
Stephen R. Wenn, “Peter Ueberroth’s Los Angeles Olympic Legacy,” North American Society for Sport History Conference, Halifax, NS, May/June 2013.
Stephen R. Wenn, "Reforging the Rings: Jacques Rogge's Legacy and Juan Antonio Samaranch's Shadow," North American Society for Sport History Conference, San Francisco, CA, June 2012.
KP141 A/B - Historical & Philosophical Foundations of Kinesiology
OFFICE HOURS Fall 2015
Mondays 2:00-3:00 pm
Thursdays 9:00-11:30 am