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Publications and Conference Papers

This page contains information about my publications and conference papers - both past and forthcoming.


Publications:

 

- 'Sociability, Work and Labouring Identity in Seventeenth-Century England', Cultural and Social History, 8:1 (March, 2011)

- 'John Jarret and Roaring Dick of Dover: Popular Attitudes toward Drinking in Seventeenth-Century England', in Karen Christianson (ed), Intersecting Disciplines: Approaching Medieval and Early Modern Cultures (Chicago: The Newberry Library, June 2010) [Peer-reviewed online publication, available here]

- 'Alehouses, Popular Politics and Plebeian Agency in Early Modern England', in Fiona Williamson (ed), Locating Agency: Space, Power and Popular Politics (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, May 2010)

- [With Brodie Waddell] Conference Report for 'Plebeian Cultures in Early Modern England: 35 Years After E. P. Thompson', Social History, 34:4 (November, 2009)

Forthcoming:

- 'Review of Angela McShane and Garthine Walker (eds), The Extraordinary and the Everyday in Early Modern England (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010)', Cultural and Social History (forthcoming)

 

Conference Papers:


- 'Alehouses and Sociability in Seventeenth-Century England', to be presented at the Early Modern Economic and Social History Seminar at the University of Cambridge, March 2012

- 'Workers' Representation in Seventeenth-Century England', to be presented at the North American Conference on British Studies in Denver, Colorado, November 2011

- 'Rethinking Men's Conusmption of Alcohol in the Early Modern English Alehouse', to be presented at a conference on Food and Beverages: Retailing, Distribution and Consumption in Historical Perspective at the University of Wolverhampton, September 2011

- 'Alehouses and Drinking Culture in Seventeenth-Century Somerset', presented at Rebellion, Riot and Revel: The West Country in the Seventeenth Century. A Conference in Memory of David Underdown at the University of Exeter, July 2011

- '"It puts good reason in our brains": Popular Understandings of the Intoxicating Effects of Alcohol in Seventeenth-Century England', presented at a conference on Food and Drink: their Social, Political and Cultural Histories at the University of Central Lancashire, June 2011

- '"We never wrangle at paying the shot": The Politics of Payment in the Early Modern English Alehouse', presented at the Early Modern Seminar at the University of Warwick, May 2011

- '"To be called a good companion and fellow-boozer is to me pure honour and glory": Alehouses and Good Fellowship in Early Modern England', presented at the History Department and Royal Historical Society Research Seminar Series at Cardiff University, February 2011

- '"It puts good reason in our brains": Popular Understandings of the Intoxicating Effects of Alcohol in Seventeenth-Century England', presented at a conference on Intoxicants and Intoxication in Cultural and Historical Perspective at Christ's College, Cambridge, July 2010

- 'Women and the Alehouse in Seventeenth-Century England', presented at the Women and Gender Seminar Series at the University of Warwick, February 2010

- 'Popular Attitudes to Drinking in Seventeenth-Century England', presented at the Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies Graduate Student Conference at the Newberry Library, Chicago, January 2010

- 'A Social Cement? Alehouse Association in Seventeenth-Century England', presented at University of Birmingham History Postgraduate Forum Conference: Collaboration and Fragmentation at the Shakespeare Institute, Stratford upon Avon, September 2009

- 'Alehouse Sociability and Social Cohesion in Seventeenth-Century England', presented at a graduate workshop on Social Cohesion in Pre-Modern England at Linacre College, University of Oxford, August 2009 

- '"These friends from thee away will slip": Friendship and Good Fellowship in the English Alehouse', presented at the Centre for Seventeenth-Century Studies 12th International Conference: Friends and Enemies - Collaboration and Conflict in the Seventeenth Century at Durham Castle, July 2009

- 'Authority and the Alehouse in Early Modern England: a Reconsideration', presented at the Reading Conference in Early Modern Studies 2009: Authority and Authorities at the University of Reading, July 2009

- '"I had rather keep company with a civil cobbler than with a luxurious gentleman": Inclusion, Exclusion and Plebeian Identity in the Early Modern English Alehouse', presented at the Social History Society Annual Conference at the University of Warwick, April 2009

- 'The Meanings of Alehouse Sociability in Seventeenth-Century England', presented at the Residential Training Course for PhD Students in Economic and Social History at the University of Manchester, December 2008

- 'John Jarret and Roaring Dick of Dover: Popular Attitudes to Drinking in Seventeenth-Century England', presented at the Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar at the University of Warwick, October 2008

- 'Ballads and Beer: Popular Print and Alehouse Sociability in Early Modern England', presented at a conference on Text and Image in Early Modern Society at the University of Sussex, September 2008

- 'Reconceptualising Politics and Power in the Early Modern English Alehouse', presented at a conference on Reconceptualising Politics: Power, Resources and Space at the University of East Anglia, March 2008

- 'Drinking and Masculinity in Early Modern England', presented at the Warwick History Postgraduate Conference at the University of Warwick, May 2007

 

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