Dr. Richard Lally
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Ph.D., Kinesiology (Sport Philosophy), Penn State University
B.A., Philosophy/Political Science, Providence College
Courses Most Commonly Taught: Sport Law and Ethics, Organization and Administration in Sport Administration, Sport in American Culture, Ethics in Sport, Seminar in Sport Science
Courses Developed: Sport in American Culture, Ethics in Sport, Seminar in Sport Science
Lally, R., Anderson, D., & Kaag, J. (2013). Pragmatism and the philosophy of sport. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Lally, R. (2013). Introduction: Pragmatism and the seasoned practitioner. In R. Lally, D. Anderson, & J. Kaag (Eds.), Pragmatism and the philosophy of sport (pp. 1-16). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Lally, R. (2013). Deweyan Pragmatism and self-cultivation. In R. Lally, D. Anderson, & J. Kaag (Eds.), Pragmatism and the philosophy of sport (pp. 175-198). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Refereed Journal Articles
Hochstetler, D. & Lally, R. (2013). Teaching Thoreau in a classroom of risk and responsibility. Thoreau Society Bulletin, 282, 5-7.
Refereed Conference Presentations
Lally, R., & Tinley, S. (2013, September). The fabricated aesthetic of alternative sports: Building your core score. International Association for the Philosophy of Sport (IAPS) Annual Conference, Fullerton, CA.
Hardman, A., & Lally, R. (2013, September). When sorry seems to be the hardest word: The commodification of the sporting apology. IAPS Annual Conference, Fullerton, CA.
Lally, R. &, Hochstetler, D. (2013, March). Metaphysical dirt: Teaching Thoreau outside. Paper presented at the Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA.
Areas of Expertise: Ethics in Sport, Leadership in Sport