Spaces of Drink

Seminar Programme, Spring Term 2010
Guest convenor: James Kneale, UCL
19th January 2010
David Beckingham (University of Cambridge)
Liberalism, liberty and the geography of the Inebriates Acts, 1879-1914
2nd February 2010
Stella Moss (University of Oxford)
Spitting and Sitting: Gender, Space and the English Public House, 1918-39
16th February 2010
James Brown (University of Oxford)
Drinking Geographies in Early Modern England
2nd March 2010
Deborah Toner (University of Warwick)
Everything in its Right Place? Drinking Spaces and Popular Culture in 19th Century Mexican Literature
16th March 2010
James Nicholls (Bath Spa University)
The pub and the people: drinking spaces and UK alcohol policy, past and present

These seminars are held on Tuesdays at 5pm in the Wolfson Room, Institute of Historical Research, Senate House, University of London. For further details, or to have your name added to LGHG’s e-mail list, please contact David Lambert, Royal Holloway or Miles Ogborn, Queen Mary.
LGHG is grateful to the Historical Geography Research Group of the RGS-IBG, Queen Mary, Royal Holloway, Kings, UCL, the Open University and the IHR for supporting this series.