Martin Stack, review of Johann Swinnen and Devin Briski, Beeronomics: How Beer Explains the World (Oxford UP, 2017), in Brewery History 173 (Winter 2017): 76-78.
Elaine Carey, “A Woman Formed the First Cartel? Historical Imagination and Realities of the U.S.-Mexico Drug War,” Social History of Alcohol and Drugs 31 (2017): 25-41.
Jonathan Robins, “’Imbibing the Lesson of Defiance’: Oil Palms and Alcohol in Colonial Ghana, 1900-40,” Environmental History 23/2 (April 2018): 293-317.
Clancy Martin, “Judging a Book by Its Recovery: Leslie Jamison’s memoiristic study of alcoholic writers,” BookForum, April-May 2018.
Thomas Thurnell-Read, ed., Drinking Dilemmas: Space, culture and identity (Routledge, 2016; paperback, 2018).
Introduction. Drinking Dilemmas?: Space, culture and identity,Thomas Thurnell-Read2. Revisiting Urban Nightscapes: An Academic and personal journey through twenty years of nightlife research, Robert Hollands 3. The Symbolic Value of Alcohol: The importance of alcohol consumption, drinking practices and drinking spaces in classed and gendered identity construction, Kimberley Ross-Houle, Amanda Atkinson and Harry Sumnall 4. Beer and Belonging: Real ale consumption, place and identity , Thomas Thurnell-Read 5. Illegal Drinking Venues in a South African Township: Sites of struggle in the informal city, Andrew Charman 6. ‘Eat, Drink and Be Merry for Tomorrow We Die’: Alcohol practices in Mar Mikhael, Beirut, Marie Bonte 7. ‘A Force to be Reckoned With’: The Role and Influence of Alcohol in Leeds’ Extreme Metal Scene, Gabby Riches 8. ‘Never, Ever Go Down the Bigg Market’: Classed and spatialised processes of othering on the ‘girls’ night out’, Emily Nicholls 9. Young People’s Alcohol-Related Urban Im/mobilities, Samantha Wilkinson 10. Parenting Style and Gender Effects on Alcohol Consumptions among University Students in France, Ludovic Gaussot, Loïc Le Minor and Nicolas Palierne 11. Growing up, Going out: Cultural and aesthetic attachment to the night time economy, Oliver Smith 12. ‘There Are Limits on What You Can Do’: Biographical reconstruction by those bereaved by alcohol-related deaths, Christine Valentine, Lorna Templeton and Richard Velleman 13. Drinking Dilemmas: Making a difference?, Mark Jayne and Gill Valentine
Social History of Alcohol and Drugs, 31 (2017), special issue: gender and critical drug studies. Issue includes message by the retiring editor, Dan Malleck, message by the ADHS president, Tim Hickman, and an introduction by the guest editors (Nancy D. Campbell and David Herzberg).