By Mack P. Holt
Mack P. Holt (ed.)
This e-book examines our dating with alcohol and examines how drink has advanced in its features and makes use of from the overdue center a while to the current day within the West. This e-book discusses quite a number concerns, together with family as opposed to leisure use, the background of alcoholism, and the connection among alcohol and violence, faith, sexuality, and drugs. It appears to be like at how convinced types of alcohol discuss type, gender, and position. Drawing on examples from Europe, North the US, and Australia, this ebook offers a entire heritage of the position of alcohol over the last 5 centuries.
'In their exploration of those meanings [of alcohol in a particular position at a selected time], the authors make clear the ability family underlying shifts in alcohol intake styles and the tensions that frequently come up among teams with conflicting vested interest.'Yoon Hui Kim, magazine of Biosocial Science'A easy, lucid but fascinating quantity that's absolute to hold you interpreting ... total this can be a light-mood, reliable instances, effortless-reading compilation and much like a dessert.'Internet magazine of e-book Reviews
Introduction 1 half I Morality and overall healthiness 9
1 for your health and wellbeing: Wine as foodstuff and drugs in Mid-sixteenth-
century Italy eleven Ken Albala
2 Europe Divided: Wine, Beer, and the Reformation in Sixteenth-
century Europe 25 Mack P. Holt
3 within the Public Sphere: Efforts to reduce the intake of Rum
in Connecticut, 1760–1820 forty-one David W. Conroy
4 In Vino Veritas: the development of Alcoholic ailment in Liberal
Italy, 1880–1914 sixty one Paul A. Garfinkel
5 Mon docteur le vin: Wine and overall healthiness in France, 1900–1950 seventy seven Kim Munholland
Part II Sociability 91
6 consuming and Alehouses within the Diary of an English Mercer’s
Apprentice, 1663–1674 ninety three A. Lynn Martin
7 Taverns and the general public Sphere within the French Revolution 107 Thomas Brennan
8 Drink, Sociability, and Social classification in France, 1789–1945: The Emergence of a Proletarian Public Sphere 121 W. Scott Haine
9 The Lore of the Brotherhood: Continuity and alter in Urban
American Saloon tradition, 1870–1920 one hundred forty five Madelon M. Powers
Part III kingdom and country 161
10 “To the King o’er the Water”: Scotland and Claret, c. 1660–1763” 163
Charles Cameron Ludington
11 profit and Revelry on faucet: The Russian Tavern 185 Patricia Herlihy
12 consuming the great existence: Australia c. 1880–1980 203 Diane Erica Kirkby
13 Kaleidoscope in movement: ingesting within the usa, 1400–2000 225 Jack S. Blocker, Jr.
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Holt When historians of food and drink look at a map of Western Europe in the sixteenth century, they see a Europe divided between a largely beer (or ale) drinking culture in northern Europe, stretching from the British isles, across the North Sea to the Low Countries, Scandinavia, and the German Empire, and a largely wine-drinking culture in southern Europe, stretching from the Iberian peninsula across the Mediterranean coast from France, the Italian peninsula, and the Balkan region to Greece.
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5 on Norwegian drinking patterns. 00Alcohol 1/2/06 8:14 am Page 41 –3– In the Public Sphere Efforts to Curb the Consumption of Rum in Connecticut, 1760–1820 David W. Conroy Printer and Federalist Timothy Green (1737–96) of New London, Connecticut usually found space in his newspaper for a finely wrought criticism of the use of rum. In 1788, he reprinted a piece originally published in a Pennsylvania paper in his Connecticut Gazette. Here a “Friend to Family Happiness” calculated the amount expended by a drinker of a pint of rum a day over a period of ten years.