Social History of Alcohol and Drugs Vol. 29 (2015)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Story of a Drunken Mughal: Islam, alcohol, and imperial ambition
Stephanie Honchell

Death and the Alcoholic: Public discourses of alcoholism in Anne Brontë’s The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
Pam Lock

Cheesecake vs.The Home: The contradictions of brewery advertising in the early twentieth-century United States
Mark Benbow

The Best Solution to the Liquor Problem: Dispensaries and profit in the pre-prohibition South
Michael Lewis

Southern White Protestant Men, Church-State Relations, and Prohibition in Texas, 1865-1920
Brendan Payne

Gender and Alcoholism: Pioneering alcoholic women’s contribution to Alcoholics Anonymous, 1937-60
Pnina Levi

Book Reviews

Susanne Schmid and Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp, eds. Drink in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Reviewed by David Clemis

Henry Yeomans. Alcohol and Moral Regulation: Public attitudes, spirited measures and Victorian hangovers
Reviewed by James Nicholls

Laura D. Hirshbein. Smoking Privileges: Psychiatry, the mentally ill, and the tobacco industry in America
Reviewed by Thomas E. Novotny

David Gutzke. Women Drinking Out in Britain Since the Early Twentieth Century
Reviewed by Richard Robinson

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