Provisional Conference Schedule as of March

Day 1 – 28th June, 2018

9.30 Welcome

9.40-10.40 Keynote  – Scott Martin, Professor of 19thC History, Bowling Green State University, Ohio

10.40-11.00  Break

11.00- 12.30 Session 1

1A Temperance, Women’s Rights and Wrongs 1B Temperance, Class cultures and Protest 1 A chance to see selections from the Livesey Collection
Vic. Jane Clarke, University of Leeds Orfhlaith Campbell independent scholar now working in addiction recovery in Vancouver  
Gemma Outen,  University of Swansea Carole Lynn Stewart, Brick University, Ontario  
Victoria Afanasyeva, University of Paris Sarbajit Mitra, School of Oriental and African Studies, London  

 

12.30-1.15 Lunch and opportunity to see displays and posters

1.15-2.45 Session 2

2A Women and Sobriety 2B Moderation and 20thC Social Change A chance to see selections from the Livesey Collection
Stephanie Green, Griffith University, Queensland Clare Markham, University of Lincoln  
Emily Hogg, University of Southern Denmark Phil Mellows, Independent Scholar  
Deborah Morse (read in absentia), William & Mary College, Virginia Ryosuke Yokoe, University of Sheffield  

 

2.45-3.00 Comfort break

3.00-4.00 Session 3

5B Temperance and animals 3B The Salvation Army and Temperance, past and present 3B Sober options and support
Nickianne Moody, Liverpool John Moores University Steven Spencer, Salvation Army Dot Turton, CEO Recovery Connectons
Deborah Canavan, University of Greenwich Ian Geary, Salvation Army Representative from a third-sector organisation

 

4.00-4.30 Break

4.30-5.15 Roundtable discussion – present-day groups working in field of alcohol awareness/support

5.15-6.00 Walking tour(s)

6.00-7.00 Temperance show featuring Magic Lantern performance

7.00-7.30 Drinks reception

7.30-9.30 Conference Dinner 

Day 2 – 29th June, 2018

9.30 -11.00 Session 4

4A Drink, Temperance and Politics 4B Temperance, class cultures and protest 2 A chance to see selections from the Livesey Collection
Adam Rosenbaum, Colorado Mesa University Andrew King, University of Greenwich  
Bill Rorabaugh, University of Washington, Seattle James Kneale, University College London  
Anna Smelova, Central European University, Budapest Thora Hands, City of Glasgow College  

11.00-11.30 Break

11.30-12.30 Keynote – Betsy Thom, Professor of Health Policy, Middlesex University

12.30 -1.15– Lunch and opportunity to see displays and posters

1.15-2.15 Session 5

5A Scotland – from medical history to minimum unit pricing 5B Women working for Temperance 5C Temperance lifestyles and histories
Iain Smith, Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems Rachel Harrod/Victoria Taylor Smith, White Ribbon Society Laura Fenton, University of Manchester
Peter Rice, Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems Ros Black, independent scholar Bridget Morris, the Rowntree Society

 

2.15-2.30 Comfort Break

2.30-4.00 Session 6

6A Alcohol, Transgression, and Tensions 6B Time, places, spaces, and Temperance A chance to see selections from the Livesey Collection
Jennifer Wallis, Queen Mary, University of London Noelle Plack, Newman University, Birmingham  
David Beckingham, University of Nottingham Maggie Brady, ANU Canberra  
Dan Malleck, Brock University, Ontario Andrew Davison, Historic England  

 

4.00-4.30 Final roundtable – Past and present interactions

4.30 Temperance Tea Party to end the conference

 

 

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