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"Water can flow or it can crash. Be water my friend..."

(Bruce Lee)


Martial arts and combat sports in the focus of interdisciplinary research

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About the Journal

The JOMAR is an interdisciplinary forum for academic and practice-oriented discussion of martial arts in a broad conceptual understanding.

With theoretical, methodological and empirical contributions, it represents the current state of academic debate.

Manuscripts are published in English or German.

Open Access

The JOMAR is published under a Creative Commons license and is free for authors and readers.

Variety

The JOMAR presents the thematic discussion in a unique variety of authors’ expertise, contribution formats and multimedia content.


Interdisciplinarity

The JOMAR sheds light on martial arts from the perspective of any related academic disciplines.

Peer review

In the JOMAR all articles undergo an expert review process to ensure high publication quality.


The Editorial Team

Journal manager

Holger Wiethäuper

University of Paderborn

Editor-in-chief

Prof. Dr. Peter Kuhn

University of Bayreuth

Data security officer

Dr. Martin Joh. Meyer

University of Vechta


Acting editor for
original articles

Dr. Fabienne Ennigkeit

University of Frankfurt

 

Acting editor for
original articles

Dr. Florian Hartnack

University of Göttingen

Acting editor for
original articles

Prof. Dr.

Kerstin Witte

University of Magdeburg

Acting editor for conference papers

Sigrid Happ

University of Hamburg

Guest: Acting editor for conference papers

Prof. Dr.
Andreas Niehaus

University of Ghent

 


The Advisory Board

Iain Abernethy, Cockermouth, Cumbria, UK

Prof. Dr. Heiko Bittmann, Kanazawa, JAP

Prof. Paul Bowman PhD, Cardiff, Wales, UK

David Brueske, Hudson, Wisconsin, USA

Ben Judkins PhD, Ithaca, New York, USA

Prof. Dr. Hangqiang Mei, Tianjin, VRC

John Moore PhD †, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

Dr. Katja Mruck, Berlin, GER

Prof. Dr. Andreas Niehaus, Gent, BEL

Prof. Dr. Sergio Raimondo, Cassino, ITA

Dr. Sixt Wetzler, Solingen, GER

Prof. Michael Wutz PhD, Ogden, Utah, USA

Benjamin Zaiser, Toronto, CAN

Dr. Katharina Dahmen-Zimmer, Regensburg, GER


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