In Minneapolis, Minnesota on April 14, 1973 Alyce Taylor Cheska organized and chaired a meeting of over thirty scholars who were identified as publishing research within the general rubric of play, and with this critical mass of interested scholars the Cultural Anthropology of Play Reprint Society was born…
Thus does the The Association for the Study of Play describe its storied beginnings.
Presidents of TASP have been play scholars, leaders, academicians and above all great people. Play is meaningful for each of them, and embodies their personal and academic experiences in ways too numerous and varied to describe.”
Thus does the organization describe its storied leaders.
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