Dr. C. Nathan Hatton, Assistant Professor, Department of History Publishing a New Chapter
The Department of History shares that Dr. Hatton has written a chapter for The Palgrave Handbook of Sport, Politics and Harm.
Dr. C. Nathan Hatton has written a chapter entitled “’Though he was evidently suffering great pain, he bore it well:’ Public Discourse on Benefits, Risk, and Injury in North American Wrestling, 1880 to 1914.”
Dr. Hatton was notified that the book publication and release of The Palgrave Handbook of Sport, Politics and Harm, ed. Stephen Wagg and Allyson Pollock. London: Palgrave Macmillan, will be forthcoming in the next few months.
We look forward to reading the publication.