The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs: An Interdisciplinary Journal (SHAD)

Volume 18 (2003)

Contents (Available for Download as PDFs)

What's New - 9 (PDF)

Presidential Message
Ian Tyrrell - 14 (PDF)

Reflection Essay
What Does Alcohol History Mean And To What End Do We Study It? A Plea For SpeciRalism
Hasso Spode - 16 (PDF)

The Medicinal Value of Wine in Early Modern England
Louise Hill Curth - 35 (PDF)

Drinking in the "Thin Man" Films, 1934-1946
W.J. Rorabaugh - 51 (PDF)

The Pub and the Irish Nation
Bradley Kadel - 69 (PDF)

Brian Harrison's Drink and the Victorians
David M. Fahey, John Greenaway, and David W. Gutzke - 85 (PDF)

Book Reviews
Stephen White, Russia Goes Dry: Alcohol, State and Society
Patricia Herlihy - 94 (PDF)

Nicholas O. Warner, Spirits of America: Intoxication in Nineteenth-Century American Literature
John W. Crowley - 98 (PDF)

Diane Kirkby, Barmaids: A History of Womens Work in Pubs
Julia Roberts - 100 (PDF)

John F. Quinn, Father Mathews' Crusade: Temperance in Nineteenth-Century Ireland and Irish America
Paul A. Townend, Father Mathew, Temperance and Irish Identity
Elizabeth Malcolm - 105 (PDF)

Lori Rotskoff, Love on the Rocks: Men, Women and Alcohol in Post-World War II America
Barbara Kantz - 112 (PDF)

Hugh A. Dempsey, Firewater: The Impact of the Whisky Trade on the Blackfoot Nation
Donald R. Bennie - 116 (PDF)

Sharon V. Salinger, Taverns and Drinking in Early America
W.J. Rorabaugh - 120 (PDF)

Editorial Board for Volume 18

David M. Fahey, Miami University

Executive Editor
Jon Miller, University of Akron

W. Scott Haine, University of Maryland
Dan Malleck, Brock University
James Mills, Strathclyde University