NameInstitutionDisciplineResearch Interests
Ken AlbalaUniversity of the PacificHistoryHistory of alcohol and intoxicants
Emma-Jayne AbbotsUniversity of Wales, UKSocial/Cultural Anthropology and HeritageCider in Europe and the USA; craft, heritage and artisan production; materialities and interactions with the environment.
Victoria AfanasyevaParis, FranceHistoryHistory of women in the French temperance movement (19th-21stC).
David AlderBournemouth, UKMedia and CommunicationHistory and changing significance of gin
Raymond G AndersonBrewery History SocietyChemistryScientific, technical, business and social history of beer, brewing and brewers, 1700 till now.
Fizz AnnanndFreelance ConsultantConsultant for Drug and Alcohol misuse assessments, strategies, evaluations and reviews.
Timothea ArmourCollective Gallery, Edinburgh, UKAssociate ProducerPubs, pub culture, pub interiors
Edward ArmstonRoyal HollowayGeographyHistory of alcohol consumption in exploration
Amanda Marie AtkinsonLiverpool John Moores University Sociology, public health, gender studiesGendered drinking culture and identities, and the role and influence of media and marketing representations of alcohol in intersectional identity making.
Angela AttwoodUniversity of Bristol, UKPsychology/Public HealthEffects of alcohol on behaviour and cognition, public health messaging (including alcohol labelling) and reducing problem/heavy use.
Lucas AvelarState University of Roraima, BrazilHistoryHistory of alcohol and drugs in Brazil between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Tamsin BadcoeUniversity of Bristol, UKLiteratureSpace and place in early modern English literature.
Nataha K. BaileyLeicester, UKHistoryParticipation of indigenous central Mexican women in the 16th and 17th century pulque trade
Laura BainbridgeUniversity of LeedsCriminal JusticeEnforced alcohol abstinence; sobriety tags; violence reduction.
Doreen Joy BarberSOAS, UKAnthropologyCompleted a dissertation on: ‘Brewing a Heritage: Ale and Authenticity with the Campaign for Real Ale’.
Rafaela C.C. BarbieriFederal University of Uberlândia, BrazilSocial HistoryThrough a dialogue between organisational studies and history, my thesis explores how different organizations change the meaning of Brazilian cachaça and how their public acts had led to a cultural controversy.
Beth BarehamNewcastle, UKHealth and SocietyPerceptions of the positive and negative consequences of drinking in later life, and how these are considered and prioritised
Mary BatemanBristol, UKMedieval StudiesDrinking culture and ritual in late medieval and early modern England
Franca BeccariaEclectica, Institute for training and research, Torino, ItalySociologyDrinking cultures, youth drinking, alcohol policies.
David BeckinghamUniversity of Nottingham, UKGeographyRegulation of drinking & drunkenness in Britain, 19th & early-20thC.
Virginia BerridgeLSHTM, UKHistoryPost-WWII public health policy.
Imogen BevanEdinburghSocial AnthropologySugar consumption practices in urban Scotland.
Elife Bicer-DeveciOxfordHistoryAlcohol drinking cultures and alcohol control policies in Muslim societies.
Lisa Bogert-O’ConnorQueen’s University BelfastHistory and Anthropology20th century United States immigration, transatlantic food history, and tourism
Anna BlackwellBristolExperimental PsychologyAlcohol Labelling
Matthias BlumTU Munich, GermanyAgricultural and Food EconomicsEconomic history of beer brewing and consumption in Southern Germany.
Audrey BonvinFribourg, SwitzerlandHistoryNetworks among conservatism and philanthropic associations in contemporary history; a part of my research focuses on Swiss history of temperance related to women’s activism during the XXth Century (linked therefore with history of transnational networks, health, feminism or gender)
Elisa BordinVerona, ItalyLiterature and CinemaThe cultural perception of wine in the US, specifically with reference to (Italian American) ethnicity.
Fabian BraendleHistoryHistory of drink in early modern Switzerland
Thomas BrennanUS Naval AcademyHistoryAlcohol in early modern France.
Dorit BrixiusPotsdam, GermanyHistoryWomen and public houses in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century England and America.
Lorraine BrownBournemouth University, UKInternational student attitudes towards British drinking culture
Susan BoyleInstitute of Technology, DublinHumanitiesBeverage tourism, experiential marketing, alcohol in ancient cultures, storytelling, performance, place, artisan production, the rise of craft, sensory training and analysis, beverages with food/menus
Neihart BradenColorado State UniversityHistoryBeer and its impact on human relationships with each other and their environment, both urban and natural. Eg. spatial analysis of Denver breweries from 1859-1876 and looked at the networks brewers built across their city, state, and region.
Gordon D. A. BrownWarwick University, UKPsychologyStudents’ attitudes toward drinking.
James R. BrownSheffield University, UKHistoryIntoxicants and Early Modernity
Stephen BunkerOpen University, UKHistoryBritish urban pubs in the late modern era, plus licensees and temperance
Adam BurgessKentSociologyIn the past, the problematizing of drinking through risk; more recently, generational changes – moderation and abstinence – in drinking and other consumptions
Kristen BurtonTexas, USHistoryBrewing, brewers and drinking in medieval England.
Andrew M ButlerCanterbury Christ Church, UKCultural StudiesLeisure cultures, including drinking.
Kris ButlerCambridge, MA, USALawDrink maps and temperance maps, especially late 19thC British. Licensing and alcohol related laws, intersection of beer and other disciplines- especially art and cartography. 
Toby ButlerUniversity of East LondonHistory and Heritage StudiesMigrant labour/living conditions on hop farms
Benjamin ButterworthGlasgow CaledonianPsychologyEffect of alcohol on memory for traumatic events
Mar CalpenaFerran Adrià’s El Bulli Foundation, BarcelonaCocktail and bars history
Orfhlaith CampbellOpen University, UKHistoryTemperance in 19th and 20thC Ireland.
Bernard CappWarwick University, UKHistoryGender and alehouses in early modern England, Puritan campaigns against drinking 1649-1660.
Eric CarlinBirkbeck, UKSociologyContemporary youth experiences in Pilton, Edinburgh.
Henrique CarneiroUniversity of Sao Paulo, BrazilModern HistoryResearch in psychoactive drugs and alcohol regulation history, and culture and culinary techniques in Brazil.
Meghan CarriereCarleton UniversityHistoryCanadian microdistilleries, craft spirits, craft beer and history of the Canadian alcohol industry (specifically hard liquors)
Aoife CarrigyInstitute of Technology Tallaght, IrelandFranco-Irish StudiesCultural Representations of the Irish Pub
Hannah CarverEdinburgh Napier, UKSocial CareSubstance use social care, young people
Emma CatterallDrinkawareHealth and social impact of alcohol misuse, and the implementation and evaluation of strategies to reduce alcohol harm.
Amy ChandlerEdinburgh, UKSociologyAlcohol, mental health, self-harm, suicide and gender
Rodger CharltonNottingham University, UKMedicineThe management of alcohol dependence in primary care / health sciences.
Steve ChartersESC Dijon, ~FranceConsumer BehaviourWine and society.
Ruth CherringtonLoughborough University LondonCultural StudiesWorking men’s clubs, past and present.
Caroline ClarkVictoria, AustrialiaHistory, SociologyHistory of treatment for alcoholism, history of alcohol policy, community level alcohol culture change
Peter ClarkHelsinkiHistoryAlcohol issues in the early modern period
David ClemisMt Royal University, CanadaHistoryUnderstandings of alcohol intoxication and addiction in medical, legal, and popular thought and practice in 17th and 18thC England.
D’Maris CoffmanCambridge University, UKFinancial HistoryExcise taxation and the development of brewing in early modern England.
Josh CohenWarwick University, UKHistoryChanging drinking practices in China since 1978
Robert ColeRoger Williams UniversityBrewingBeer brewing and beer culture
Magnus CoppsRoyal College of Art, UKDesign HistoryMaterial culture and sociability, 19thC London.
Luke CorbinAustralian National UniversityAnthropology/HistoryBeer, Brewing
Gillian Cowan-WilliamsUniversity of Chester, UKNarrative EnquiryExploring, using narrative enquiry, whether for middle aged professional women social and cultural changes have led to a glass of wine replacing the cup of tea in the home setting
Diarmuid CawleyDublin Institute of TechnologyCulinary ArtsThe influence wine critics and writers have had on styles of wine production and consumption trends through the power of the language used to describe and promote wine.
Jose CreeSheffield University, UKHistoryThe history of addiction in England, 1500-1700
Mairi Ann CullenWarwick University, UKCEDAR (Education)Evaluating projects aimed at supporting families affected by substance misuse.
Katarzyna CwiertkaLeiden, GermanyJapan StudiesUse of alcohol by Japanese, American, Chinese, British, and Australian troops in the Pacific region, 1940s and 1950s.
Hugh DavenportOccupational PsychologyHugh’s interests include attitudes towards moderating alcohol intake, work cultures and drinking, remote working and stress, work and well-being issues, and attitudes/ perceptions of Craft Ale.
Anaïs DétolleUniversité Concordia, Montréal, CanadaSociology and AthropologyA social and cultural study of ice cider
Laura DohertyCanterbury Christ Church, UKSociologyYoung people and alcohol.
Emeka DumbiliBrunel University London, UKSocial Sciences, Media & CommunicationsThe relationship between the media and young people’s alcohol consumption and alcohol policies
Robert DuncanQueen Mary University, LondonHistoryDrink and the First World War in Britain.
Rémy DuthilleBordeaux-Montaigne, FranceHistoryToasting and conviviality in 18thC Britain.
Rebecca EarleWarwick University, UKHistoryDrinking in Spanish America.
Steven EarnshawSheffield Hallam, UKEnglishThe pub in literature.
Jason EdwardsBirkbeck, UKPoliticsthe role of reflections on the production, distribution, and consumption of food and drink in the history of social and political thought; b) how the architecture of spaces of consumption (particularly spaces of the alcohol consumption) represent and constitute political identities and action.
Victoria EllisLincoln, UKBusiness FacultyRural public houses.
Carol EmslieGlasgow Caledonian, UKMedical SociologyGender and alcohol; LGBT drinking
Waltraud ErnstOxford Brookes UniversityHistory of MedicineWaltraud Ernst has worked on the history of medicine and psychiatry in British India. As mental health among British colonists and Indians alike was often bound up with drinking problems, alcohol became one of her research interests. She has edited Alcohol Flows Across Cultures. Drinking Cultures in Transnational and Comparative Perspective (Routledge 2020) and, with Thomas Mueller, Alcohol, Psychiatry and Society. Comparative and Transnational Perspectives, c. 1700-1990s (MUP 2022). She is Professor Emerita at Oxford Brookes University. 
Yolanda EvansFreelance JournalistObscure drink history and drink culture
Emine EveredMichigan State University, USHistoryHistories of alcohol in Ottoman and republican Turkey; trends involving regulation and prohibition; and, intersections with histories of medicine and public health, Islam and secularism, and sexuality and gender
Kyle T. EveredMichigan State University, USGeographyHistorical and political geographies of alcohol and drugs in the Middle East
Sina FabianHumboldt-Universitat zu BerlinHistory20th Century German History, National Socialism
David FaheyMiami, USHistory19th and early 20th century temperance and fraternal societies in Britain and America
Hannah FarrimondExeter University, UKMedical SociologyPublic health in relation to alcohol, violence, stigma and identity
Senia FedoulLyonHistorySocial and technological system of wine making and marketing in the 20th and 21st centuries
Laura FentonManchesterSociologyGender and drinking.
Susan FlavinModern Historian of Food and DrinkSusan is the PI on the ERC FoodCult Project, which uses interdisciplinary approaches to examine food and drink consumption in Early Modern Ireland.
Simon FowlerPub History SocietyLocal HistorianHistory of pubs; song in public houses.
Martin FranzOsnabrück University, GermanyEconomic GeographyDevelopment of the restaurant and bar industry, relationship between night time economy and urban development
Henry FrenchExeterHistoryElite drinking culture in 18thC England, esp. gender.
Claudio FerlanItalian-German Historical Institute, Trento (Italy)HistoryFood-history and Jesuits studies, in particular the discipline of ecclesiastical fasting and the “battle” against sins of gluttony and drunkenness as pastoral urgencies in religious frontier contexts.
Kate FerrisSt. AndrewsHistoryAlcohol and its spaces of consumption in Fascist Italy
Elizabeth GabayInstitute of Masters of WineHistoryThe history of punch around the world.
Liz GaribayChicagoHistory18th and 19th Century American tavern and beer history and its role in urban development and influence on social, cultural and economic issues. National scope with a strong focus on Chicago. Founder of the Chicago Brewseum, the first American nonprofit museum dedicated to telling the story of beer.
Diana GarvinCornell University/Boston UniversityItalian StudiesBreastmilk and other milks for infant consumption in the context of Italian Fascism
Rebecca GibbIndependentMaster of Wine & Journalist1911 Champagne riots and wine adulteration through the ages.
Danielle GiffortSt. Louis College of PharmacySociologyHistory of women’s involvement in movements to reform alcohol and drug policies
Andrew GilesBristolHispanic StudiesSpanish poetry.
Lucy GillWarwickHistoryMasculinity, alcohol and sociability in Restoration London.
Gary GillmanIndependentGary Gillman is an independent, Toronto-based researcher who studies the many facets (historical, technological, business, palate, and more) of brewing, distilling, winemaking and pubs. He contributes regularly to his blog, Beer et Seq,, founded in 2015, and to journals, and speaks at conferences.
Helen GleesonMiddlesexSocial Work/ Social PolicyAlcohol within marginalised communities, including a recent evidence review on alcohol and service access in BME communities and pathways through alcohol treatment amongst Polish migrant communities.
Theresa GoldbachCaliforniaCritical Dance StudiesFlamenco sites in Madrid, Spain and Hollywood dive bars
Sarah GolerWarwickPolitics/ International StudiesGlobal and EU food and drink policy.
Ivan GololobovWarwickSociologyThe use of alcohol in the Russian music underground.
Tom GoodacreAnglia RuskinInnovation amongst craft beer and micro-breweries
Sam GoodmanBournemouthHistoryColonial drinking cultures and medical treatment in C19th-20th British India
Alexandr GorokhovskiyHavana Club International, ParisHistoryHistory of alcohol and its meanings in cultural and social rituals
Hannah GoslingHistoryHistorical drinking and the uses of alcohol in institutional medicine in modern history (1750-present)
Charlotte GoudgeBristolArchaeology and AnthropologyThe social and economic effects of rum on the slave trade period Atlantic.
Christine GriffinBathSocial PsychologyRole of gender, sexuality and social class in shaping young people’s drinking practices.
Nicholas GroatSheffieldArchaeologyAlcohol production, distillation, and consumption in pre-medieval crafting practices and contexts.
Craig GunnBathPsychologyNext-day effects of heavy drinking – the alcohol hangover. Specifically, how our thoughts and behaviours are influenced during a hangover
David GutzkeMissouri StateHistorySocial and cultural history of alcohol, pubs & drinking in modern Britain.
Chris HackleyRoyal HollowayMarketingAlcohol advertising and young people.
Henric HäggqvistUppsala University, SwedenEconomic History Alcohol policy and regulation, its impact on beer production and consumption, market conditions and profitability of breweries.
Thora HandsStrathclydeHistoryAlcohol consumption in Victorian Britain.
Graham HardingCambridgeHistoryThe image and marketing of champagne in England, 1860-1914.
Mark HailwoodBristolHistoryAlehouses and sociability in seventeenth-century England.
David HancockU MichiganHistoryThe wine trade and the Atlantic World, 17th-19thC.
Maxine Harcourt-KellyUniversity of ChichesterCultural StudiesEnglish Wine, the development of the industry over the last fifty years and how that merges with the wine drinking culture in the country. Specifically looking at the elite nature of wine and whether English Wine reinforces elitism in wine.
Will HaydockBournemouthSociologyGender, class and ideas of ‘binge’ drinking.
Maarten HellIndependentHistoryPublic drinking houses in Amsterdam, c.1450-1850.
Kath HennellLiverpool Hope UniversityChildhood and YouthKath’s research focuses on exploring how young people’s alcohol consumption practices relate to ‘risk’ and ‘risk’ practices and has sought to move away from notions of health being a product of individual choices and actions towards a broader perspective that links to social practices.
Paul HegartyDrinkawareCommunication & Public AffairsPromotion of responsible drinking; the public image of beer.
Agatha HermanCardiff, UKGeographywine production spaces and relations; wine commodity networks
Rachel HerringMiddlesexMental Health Social Work & Interprofessional LearningSocial and policy aspects of alcohol use, including alcohol consumption across the life course, licensing and the implementation of alcohol policy at the local level.
Mareen HeyingHagen, GermanyHistoryPubs and female drinking in Germany around 1900
Victoria Hibell Victoria is interested in how women protagonists use alcohol as a way of defying gender norms in nineteenth and twentieth century literature
David HitchcockCanterbury Christ ChurchHistoryVagrancy and alehouses in early modern England.
Emily HoggUniversity of Southern DenmarkCultural StudiesAlcohol consumption, ‘the precariat’ and contemporary literature.
John HolmesUniversity of SheffieldPublic HealthInterested in trends in alcohol consumption and alcohol policy. He is particularly interested in quantitative study of drinking culture, drinking practices and drinking occasions.
Mack HoltGeorge Mason UniversityHistoryThe history of wine in early modern France.
Tim HoltBrewery History SocietyHistoryAll aspects of beer and brewing history
Kirsty HooperWarwickHispanic StudiesThe sherry and port trades and the development of Anglo-Iberian cultural connections during the long nineteenth century.
Vanessa Hoeving Hagen, GermanyLiterary Studies(Gendered) narratives and aesthetics of temperance and abstinence
Tom HopkinsIndependentSocial HistoryThe history of pub music.
Geoffrey HuntInstitute for Scientific AnalysisAnthropology/ SociologyVillage pubs in England, bars and the dance scene in San Francisco.
David InglisHelsinkiSociologyhistorical sociology and globalization of wine
James IrvingSheffield HallamLaw & CriminologyDrug and alcohol addiction and desistance
Katherine JacksonNewcastlePublic Health/ Medical SociologyWomen’s alcohol use in relation to stress and the potential for intervention
Matthew JacksonWarwickHistoryComparative drinking cultures: early modern Bristol and Bordeaux.
Lisa JacobsLincoln, UKPsychological Research Methods
Daniel Jenkin-SmithAston University, Birmingham, UKLiterary Studiesportrayals of office workers in Anglophone and Francophone literature of the nineteenth century.
Paul JenningsBradford (Retired)HistoryDrink and drinking places 1600 to the present.
Rachel JonesFreelance Training ConsultantTraining for new alcohol licensees and the legal and moral obligations of selling alcohol.
Jennifer A JordanUniversity of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeSociology and Urban StudiesCraft beer and hard cider in the US and Europe; memory, food, and culture; landscapes of food and beverage production and consumption
David KeatleyLincoln, UKForensic PsychologyDrinking, policy making, and health psychology
Sarah KennyBirminghamHistoryHistories of drinking in post-war Britain
Jasmine Kilburn-ToppinRoyal College of ArtHistory of DesignMaterial culture and masculine drinking culture in early modern London.
Wojciech KlepuszewskiKoszalin University of Technology, PolandLiterary StudiesAlcohol in 20th Century fiction; Kingsley Amis, Lawrence Osbourne
James KnealeUCLGeographyDrink as a spatial problem; parallels between historical and contemporary policy; popular and medical discussions of binge-drinking.
Zetta KougialiUniversity of RoehamptonForensic PsychologyLived experiences of alcohol dependence, processes and mechanisms of recovery, gendered pathways, life story approach
Oscar KrugerUniversity of KentAnthropology/ SociologyCultivation of “natural wine”
Beat KüminWarwickHistoryPublic houses in early modern Central Europe.
Gabriel KurczewskiNicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, PolandHistoryHistory of Hungarian wine in Poland, history of Tokaj wine region, taverns in Poland
Christopher LandLeicester, UKWork & OrganisationArtisanal production, craft and gender in the brewing industry
Jenni LaresUniversity of TampereHistoryDrinking mentalities and cultural uses of alcoholic beverages in early modern Finland
John LarsenDrink AwareDirector of Evidence & Impact
Rachel LaudanInstitute for Historical Studies, Uni of TexasHistoryThe blurred boundaries between food and drink
John LawWestminsterHistoryMotorised leisure in inter-war Britain, esp road houses.
Matthieu LecoutreTours François-RabelaisHistoryDrinking, drunkenness, norms and public houses in early modern France.
Yannick Le HenaffRouenSociologyUses of alcohol among youth.
Rebecca LemonUSCEnglishEarly modern addiction.
Jemma LennoxBathPsychologyGender, sexuality and alcohol; alcohol marketing; alcohol and social media use; drinking spaces and the night time economy
Dorota Dias-LewandowskaNicolas Copernicus University, Tourn, PolandHistoryCultural history of french wine in Poland, 17th-19th centuries.
Darren LillekerBournemouthPolitical CommunicationWorks with the notion of the third space, considering how the public house offers the potential for interaction between citizens of diverse backgrounds and whether pubs can contribute to pluralism in society
Ed LilleyBristolArt HistoryRepresentations of drinking / alcohol in 18th & 19thC French art.
Jonathan LingSunderlandPharmacy, Health & WellbeingAlcohol use through the lifecourse.
Pam LockBristolLiteratureThe social and cultural connotations of alcohol in Victorian fiction
Philip LongBournemouthTourism StudiesAlcotourism.
Peter LugosiOxford BrookesSociology/GeographyCultures of consumption, particularly in commercial environments, and the management and organisation of drinking spaces.
Antonia LyonsMasseyPsychologyContemporary drinking practices and drinking cultures, new technologies, gender and identity
Sergio LussanaWarwickHistoryDrinking and masculinity in the American South.
Alison MackiewiczBathPsychologyYoung women’s excessive drinking and constructions of new femininities.
Niamh MaguireWaterford Institute of TechnologyCriminologyPolicing and sentencing of alcohol and drug related behaviour; Public order policing; Specialised and problem-solving courts including Drug Courts and Alcohol Courts
Claire MarkhamLincolnSocial ScienceRural pubs and rural communities.
Wendy MastertonStirlingSocial Sciences and Natural SciencesReducing alcohol consumption using greenspace interventions
Mat MathiasUoW NewportHistoryDrinking in southern Monmoutshire 1890-1910: its culture, victims and enemies.
Daniel MaudlinPlymouthHistoryThe material culture of inns in the British Atlantic world.
Stephen MawdsleyBristolHistoryAlcoholism, disability, and stigma during America’s Great Depression
Annemarie McAllisterUCLANHistoryTemperance movements – especially the Band of Hope.
Jim McCambridgeYork, UKPublic HealthBroad interests in how alcohol affects public health and society
Kevin McCarronRoehamptonAmerican LiteratureInterested in representations of alcoholism and drug addiction in contemporary English and American literature. Particularly focused on evaluating the pervasive belief that addiction to these substances is “not a moral failing”. Currently writing a book for Palgrave Macmillam called Savage Usury: contemporary narratives of addiction.
Trevor McCarthyIndependentUKPractitioner and alcohol & drugs treatment services manager, now self employed, recent work includes being part of the team that evaluated the Welsh Government alcohol and drugs strategy and future work includes evaluating the impact of the introduction of alcohol Minimum Unit pricing in Scotland.
Tara McConnellIndependentHistoryThe history of wine consumption in Ireland, material culture of drinking and dining, women and alcohol.
Jodie McGarryGlasgow Caledonian UniversitySocial ScienceYounger women’s experiences of gambling and drinking
Una McIlvennaSydneyHistoryExecution, ballads, and alehouses in early modern Europe.
David McQueenBournemouthHistoryMedia, history and power. His own brewing of gruit ales has made him consider the political and religious history of the decline of this long standing styles of ale production, particularly in Protestant nations.
Andrew McMichaelWestern KentuckyHistoryAlcohol in the Atlantic World.
Rob McPhersonCanterbury Christ ChurchMedia, Art & DesignAlcohol consumption; young adults; night-time economy.
Angela McShaneV&A MuseumHistorySeventeenth-century English drinking culture and material culture.
Franziska MeifortUniversity of Oldenburg, GermanyModern HistoryElite drinking cultures in the late modern era
Claire MeliaKeele, UKPsychologyPopulist discourses of problematic alcohol use
Phil MellowsIndependentFreelance JournalistThe pub industry and alcohol policy.
Lindsay MiddletonUniversity of Glasgow/ University of AberdeenHistoryLindsay’s project, ‘The Technical Recipe: A Formal Analysis of Nineteenth-century Food Writing’ explores how technology, food and drink intersect in the nineteenth century, via a structural analysis of the recipe genre.
Anistatia MillerUniversity of Bristol, UKHistoryThe histories of brewing, distilling, and mixed drinks
Andrew MisellAlcohol Concern CymruDirector of Alcohol Concern Cymru
Sarbajit MitraSOASHistoryConsumption practices of various categories of intoxicants including liquor in the Bengal Presidency during the colonial period
Lyndsey MoonWarwickSociologyWomen and alcohol policy.
Martin MooreWarwickPsychology
Brian MorrisonUCLANSocial CareDeveloping and delivering alcohol mutual aid services.
Katrina MoseleyCambridgeHistoryAlcohol and the gendered body in Britain, 1920-1970
Rachel MossOxfordHistoryHomosociality in late medieval England.
Stella MossRoyal HollowayHistoryTwentieth-century drinking cultures, especially the gendered nature of public house sociability.
Shaun MuddExeterClassicsAncient Greco-Roman alcohol consumption.
David MuggletonChichesterLeisure StudiesBreweries and ‘improved’ public house design in the interwar period.
Colleen C. MylesTexasGeography and Political EcologyLand and environmental management; (ex)urbanization; (rural) sustainability and tourism; wine, beer, and cider geographies (aka “fermented landscapes”); and agriculture (urban, peri-urban, and sustainable).
Katrina NavickasUniversity of HertforshireHistoryPolitical meetings held in pubs & ginshops in 18th /19th century England. Held recent walking tour of Chartist pubs in west London for the British Library
Fabrizio NevolaBathHistory of ArchitectureEarly modern Italian taverns.
Leiyun NiWarwickHistoryBritish people’s eating and drinking experiences in China, 1700-1830.
Emily NichollsYork, UKSociologyClass, gender and femininities in the neoliberal Night Time Economy and the ways in which identities are negotiated through contemporary drinking practices
James NichollsUniversity of StirlingPublic HealthAlcohol and drug policy; histories of drinking; licensing and regulation.
Lisa NitscheAberdeenScandinavian StudiesWomen, alcohol and drunkenness in early Scandinavian society
David NuttImperialNeuropsychopharmacologyFormer government advisor on drug harm and classification.
Ferdinand NybergTübingenAmerican StudiesIntersections of 19thC temperance efforts, abolitionism, race, and gender.
John O’BrienWaterford Institute of TechnologySociologyThe historical-sociology of alcohol, alcohol-related public order offences, night-time economy, alcohol and creativity
Helen O’ConnellDurhamEnglishTea in Ireland, late 18th-early 20thC.
Helen O’ConnorCommunity Drugs Service for South LondonPsychologyPsychologist working in substance use/abuse, hoping to conduct a qualitative study on non-drinkers in sport.
Eleanor O’KeeffeQueen Mary University of LondonThe role of alcohol, & licensing regulation in creating affective atmospheres of “comradeship” and governed/disciplined spaces of veteran reintegration post-WW1.
Lila O’Leary ChambersNew YorkHistoryAlcohol, diplomacy, and slavery in the early modern British Atlantic, 1580-1750
Gemma OutenEdge HillEnglish & HistoryWomen and temperance in late-19th & early 20thC Britain.
Catherine PalmerTasmaniaSociologySport and alcohol
Jessy Parker HumphreysClub SodaDriving after drinking in rural areas
Maria ParrinoUniversità Ca’ Foscari, VeneziaLinguistics & Comparative Cultural StudiesThe gothic – body, mouth, voice, food and drink
Joan PasseyExeter / BristolEnglishCornish Gothic literature, late 19th-early 20thC
Rod PhillipsCarleton University, OttawaHistoryHistory of alcohol, esp. wine; wine in French history
Vincent PidouxLausanneBiologie & MedicineNeuroscience and behavioural/cognitive science; knowledge translation in medicine
Hilary PilkingtonManchesterSociologyAlcohol and youth culture in post-Soviet Russia.
Noelle PlackNewman University CollegeHistoryThe social and cultural role of wine in Revolutionary and Napoleonic France.
Alex PowellHistoryThe excess consumption and regulation of alcohol.
Martyn PowellBristolLiteratureAssociational culture and sociability in Ireland, Britain and the Atlantic World, and in this context has published on the relationship between politics and conviviality. He has particular research expertise in political toasting and ritualised drinking in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Laurence PublicoverBristolLiteratureRenaissance literature, esp Shakespeare.
Jonna PulkkinenFinlandAuthorAlcohol culture in 19th and 20th century Finland.
Hilmi RafetEskişehir, TurkeyWine, wine tourism and spirits cultureFood and drinking pairing, the Raki and food (mezze) culture, the culture of distilled beverages and wine. 
Tyler RainfordBristolEnglish LiteratureSocial and Cultural History of Rum in Early Modern England and the Atlantic World
Travis RichardSurly Brewing CompanyProfessional BrewingBrewing science and history. 
Matthew RipponQueen MaryHuman GeographyGeographical Indications for wines and spirits.
Julie RobertUniversity of Technology, SydneyInternational StudiesHealth, philanthropy, advertising, narritives/narrators
Graham RobertsParis-Ouest NanterreRussian Studies / MarketingAlcohol marketing and identity politics in post-socialist Russia.
Julia RobertsWaterlooHistoryTaverns as public space in Upper Canada (a British colony, ca. 1780s to 1850s).
Richard RobinsonHelsinkiHistoryDrink in Brighton between 1880 and 1939.
Frankie RoganBirminghamSociologyGender and sexuality, alcohol and social media use, drinking spaces and the night time economy
Edmund RollsWarwickComputer ScienceThe neuroscience of thirst.
Jessica M. RomneyUniversity of VictoriaClassics and Ancient HistoryGreek literature, particularly as relates to ethnicity, gender, and politics.
Craig GunnLa Trobe, AustraliaSociologyCultural studies and social epidemiology of drinking and alcohol problems, alcohol polciies and their interaction with drinking cultures.
David RosenthalEdinburghHistorySixteenth-century Florentine taverns.
Joseph Saguin CabilinRogationist Seminary CollegePhilosophyInterpreting the problem of alcoholism using Martin Heidegger’s philosophy specifically his notion of fallenes
Frances SandersUniversity of SurreySociologyThe social drinking practices of older LGBT people with a focus on drinking places and changes over the life-course.
Lucy SantosIndependentHistoryCocktails and how they have been influenced by science, technology and medicine
Michael SavicMonash, AustraliaAddiction StudiesAlcohol and other drug use, addiction, substance use treatment
Andrey SgorlaItalySocial ScienceStudying how learning experiences allow craft brewers to develop new knowledge and skills and build a new profession and be recognized.
Michael ShallcrossTwentieth- and twenty-first century British pub culture, especially in relation to the advertising industry and the figure of the writer-drinker.
Christopher ShirleyNorthwesternEnglishAlcohol consumption and 17thC English poetical miscellanies.
Ruth SiddallUCLArchitectureArchitecture and materiality, particularly stone, used in Late Victorian and Edwardian pubs and how this influences both the functionality and atmosphere of these establishments, in contrast to to materials used in ‘higher-end’ bars, cafés and civic buildings.
Martin SkinnerWarwickPsychologySocial behaviour.
R. Charlie SmallWarwickHistoryDrinking and the Royal Navy, 18th century.
Anna SmelovaCentral European University, BudapestHistoryTemperance movement in late imperial Russia
Andrew SmithUCLHistoryWinegrowers in Southern France
Callum Daniel SmithUniversity of BristolHistoryCallum is an eighteenth-century parliamentary and social historian specialising in visual culture, with a focus on the role of alcohol in relation to extra-parliamentary lower order and aristocratic sociability, radicalism, and electoral ‘treating’
Oliver SmithPlymouthCriminologyDeviant leisure and the night time economy
Jennifer Smith MaguireSheffield HallamSociology and Critical MarketingProvenance and authenticity; cultural production and intermediation; wine and beer
Steven SpencerSalvation Army Heritage CentreHistoryThe Salvation Army’s total abstinence stance and its relationship to the wider temperance movement.
Patsy StaddonPlymouthSociologyA social approach to women’s drinking issues.
Craig StaffordLiverpoolHistoryWomen committed to prison for drink related offences in the early 1870s in Salford and Rochdale.
Abigail StevelyUniversity of Sheffield, UKPublic Health
Richard StoneBristolHistoryThe history of cider
Saverio StrangesWarwickHealth SciencesAlcohol drinking patterns and health implications.
Nina StuderUniversity of Bern, SwitzerlandHistoryMedical and psychiatric descriptions of drinking habits in the colonial Maghreb
Anne SugarFloridaTelecommunicationsGendering of beer in the media and its effect on generational identity for Generation X and millennials
Isabelle SzmiginBirminghamMarketingConceptualising consumer behaviour and understanding the social and policy issues concerned with consumption.
Erika SzymanskiEdinburghScience, Technology & Innovation StudiesSocial and historical dimensions of yeast in contemporary genetics, genomics, and synthetic biology
Alex TaylorSheffieldHistoryTobacco and alcohol in 17th century England.
Kate TaylorLiverpool John MooresHistoryBritish female inebriates in the late 19th and early 20th century, the relationship between alcohol/alcoholism and class, respectability, and social mobility, and unlicensed inebriate institutions.
Scott TaylorBirminghamLeadership & Organisation StudiesCraft brewing and gender.
Scott K TaylorUni of KentuckyHistoryAddiction, drugs and alcohol in early modern Europe
Victorian Taylor-SmithWhite RibbonTemperance history; raises awareness into the harmful effects of drugs, gambling, tobacco and alcohol
Eric TenbusGeorgia College and State UniversityHistoryThe nexus between beer, politics, the media, and nostalgia in late Georgian and Victorian Britain.
Guy ThomsonWarwickHistoryThe role of alcohol in aspects of Mexican and Spanish history.
Thomas Thurnell-ReadLoughboroughSociologyDrinking and masculinity, alcohol and sociability, stag tourism, real ale and craft beer.
Ann TlustyBucknellHistoryDrink culture in early modern Germany.
Jussi TolviClub SodaAlcohol and behaviour change
Will TrinkwonIndependent Alcohol and hospitality in late-nineteenth-century literature and culture
Victoria Jayne TroyGlasgow Caledonian UniversitySchool of Health and Life SciencesAlcohol and identity; substance use and parenting/the family; alcohol policy; alcohol brief interventions.
Deborah TonerLeicesterHistoryDrinking, race and nationhood in 19th century Latin America, esp. Mexico.
Frederico de Oliveira TosanoUSP, Sao PauloHistoryAmerican influence in the local cuisine during the 1930s, 40s and 50s
Cristiana Vale PiresFaculty of Psychology and Education of Universidade Católica Portuguesa and Kosmicare AssociationPsychology and AnthropologyHeavy episodic drinking, gender perspectives in alcohol use
Demmy VerbekeKU LeuvenClassicsFood and drink in the work of Renaissance humanists.
Jiri VinopalAcademy of Sciences, Czech RepublicSociologyBeer in Czech society.
Kimberley WadeWarwickPsychologyThe effects of alcohol on crime-related memories.
Nadine WaehningYork St. John, UKMarketingConsumer motives to purchase craft beer, international marketing so the motives, enablers or inhabitors for breweries to enter new markets and networking among breweries
Ella WagnerLoyola University, ChicagoHistoryWomen’s temperance movement in the US, specifically the politics of race and immigration within the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union and their effect on the shifting figure of the “drunkard” in temperance rhetoric and ideology
Andrew WallaceUniversity of LeedsUrban SociologyCraft brewing and its relationship with urban development, class relations and contemporary political economy.
Jennifer WallisQueen Mary, University of LondonHistoryDiseases of Modern Life project exploring secrecy and drinking in C19th
Stuart WaltonIndependent WriterApproaches to intoxication in philosophy and critical theory
Anne Wegener SleeswijkParis-1 Sorbonne-PanthéonHistoryWine trade and wine consumption in the United Provinces, 17th and 18thC.
Jana WeißUniversity of Münster, GermanyHistoryCultural history of lager beer in the U.S. and the transatlantic, ethnicity, technology and knowledge, temperance movement
Justus WesselerTU MunichAgricultural and Food EconomicsEconomic history of beer brewing and consumption in Southern Germany.
Edward WestermannTexas A&M UniversityHistoryEdward Westermann’s research examines the intersection between masculinity, drinking rituals, and acts of atrocity under the Nazi regime.
Nikhaela WicksWestminsterHistoryPolicing, race and the night time economy. Her PhD research consisted of an ethnography in ‘Greenshire’ and reveals how nightlife is policed along racial lines
Hedvig WidmalmUppsala University, SwedenEconomic HistoryThe conditions for women brewing and selling alcohol and how they changed in Sweden during the 18th century
Samantha WilkinsonNottinghamSociologyYoung people, alcohol and urban life
Justin WillisDurhamHistorySocial history of alcohol in East Africa, 1850-1999.
Susannah WilsonWarwickFrench StudiesDrugs, intoxication and addiction in 19thC France.
Phil WithingtonSheffieldHistoryIntoxication and the Renaissance in England.
Dieter WolkeWarwickDevelopmental PsychologyThe effect of alcohol consumption on children’s psychological development.
Henry YeomansLeedsCriminologyRegulation of drink and drinking in contemporary society.
Richard YntemaOtterbeinHistoryDutch brewery industry in the early modern period.

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