Lecturer, Faculty of Health Science and Sport, University of Stirling

Sarah Zipp is a Lecturer in sport studies and management at the University of Stirling in Scotland (UK). Her work explores socio-cultural aspects of sport, including sport for development, gender equality, globalization, health and issues of social justice. Dr. Zipp has taught at universities in the UK, Netherlands, Singapore and UK. She has published numerous journal articles, book chapters, reports and news articles.

She earned her PhD in Development Studies at the International Institute for Social Studies at Erasmus University in the Netherlands. She studied sport administration at Virginia Commonwealth University (MSc) and anthropology/archaeology (BA) at Washington and Lee University in the United States, her home country.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in Sport Management, University of Stirling