In June 2013 I attended the Alcohol Drugs History Society conference in London. I gave a paper on “Creating Bourbon: Distillers and the federal government 1862-1964.” This is a video of my talk.
In June, I will be part of a panel, Medical responses to Substance Abuse. My paper is “Nursing responds to substance abuse.” The Alcohol Drug History Society Biennial Conference, 2015, Borders, Boundaries & Contexts: Defining Spaces in the History of Alcohol & Drugs will take place June 18-21, 2015. For more information about the conference click here .
July 4 2013- I am quoted in an article about union beer. My name is spelled wrong and the United Brewery Workers, the beer union was at its strongest in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century before Prohibition. The larger point is that the macro breweries by and large are unionized while most craft beer is not.
Despite these small mistakes I am grateful for the attention. Besides, any publicity is good publicity – right?
I just got back from attending the Alcohol Drugs History Society conference, Under Control? in London. I gave a paper on “Creating Bourbon: Distillers and the federal government 1862-1964.”
In 2011, I was the guest editor for Brewery History, a British journal. It was a special issue on American brewing. This is the link to the journal: http://www.breweryhistory.com/journal/archive/141/index.html