There are 8 included publications by Adam Berg :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Escaping into Nature: The Making of a Sportsman-Conservationist and Environmental Historian [Book Review] 2016 43 A review of the book “Escaping into Nature: The Making of a Sportsman-Conservationist and Environmental Historian” by John F. Reiger.
The Ethos of Excellence 2015 57 The purpose of this paper is to draw attention to the normative role of conventions in sports. However, the approach I have in mind does not dispatch the theory of interpretivism. What I offer is a synthesis that aims to show how interpretivism works...
Finding Wilderness through Games 2015 53 In forms of physical recreation associated with ‘wilderness experiences’, such as backcountry hiking or mountain climbing, technology is omnipresent. As a result, some may wonder whether genuine wilderness experiences are possible. In this essay, I a...
The Flying Finn's American Sojourn: Hannes Kolehmainen in the United States, 1912–1921 2012 50 Shortly after he won three gold medals and one silver medal in distance running events at the 1912 Stockholm Olympics, Finland's Hannes Kolehmainen immigrated to the United States. He spent nearly a decade living in Brooklyn, plying his trade as a ma...
Getting Physical: The Rise of Fitness Culture in America [Book Review] 2015 47 A review of the book “Getting Physical: The Rise of Fitness Culture in America” by Shelly McKenzie.
Philosophy and Sport [Book Review] 2016 37 A review of the book “Philosophy and Sport” edited by Anthony O’Hear.
“To Conquer Myself”: The New Strenuosity and the Emergence of “Thru-hiking” on the Appalachian Trail in the 1970s 2015 59 In the early 1970s hundreds of hikers began to traverse all 2,000-plus miles of the Appalachian Trail in a single effort. Spanning from Maine to Georgia, today over 14,000 have trekked across the entirety of the famed “wilderness footpath.” A particu...
Trout Culture: How Fly Fishing Forever Changed the Rocky Mountain West. [Book Review] 2016 44 A review of the book “Trout Culture: How Fly Fishing Forever Changed the Rocky Mountain West” by Jen Corrine Brown.