Liberty, Equality and Taxation: Wine in the French Revolution
Noelle Plack

Singing Dry: Music and Temperance in the United States and Canada, 1871-1900”

Lytton N. McDonnell

“Incriminating Conditions of the Body:” The Breathalyzer and the Reframing of Alcohol and Deviance in Late Twentieth-Century Canada
Greg Marquis

Policing Drunkenness in England and Wales from the Late Eighteenth Century to the First World War
Paul Jennings

Recent Dissertations on Alcohol, Drugs, Tobacco and Addiction History
Jonathon Erlen

Book Reviews
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Barry Gunter, Anders Hansen and Maria Touri. Alcohol Advertising and Young People’s Drinking: Representation, Reception and Regulation.
Reviewed by Andy Ruddock

Thomas Vander Ven. Getting Wasted: Why College Students Drink Too Much and Party So Hard.
Reviewed by Phil Mellows

Roger Protz. The Story of Brewing in Burton on Trent.
Reviewed by Paul Jennings

Anne Kelk Mager. Beer, Sociability, and Masculinity in South Africa.
Reviewed by Charles Ambler

Prudence M. Rice. Vintage Moquegua: History, Wine and Archaeology on a Colonial Peruvian Frontier.
Review by Deborah Toner

Diane Kirkby, Tanja Luckins and Chris McConville. The Australian Pub.
Reviewed by Robin Room

David M. Fahey. The Women’s Temperance Crusade in Oxford, Ohio; Including a Sketch of the Family of Dr. Alexander Guy (1800-1893) with Excerpts from the Memoir of William Evans Guy.
Reviewed by Scott C. Martin

Geoffrey Hunt, Maitena Milhet, and Henri Bergeron, eds. Drugs and Culture: Knowledge, Consumption and Policy.
Reviewed by Angus Bancroft