By 2018, we will have delivered a wide range of academic and popular books and articles around early modern intoxicants and intoxication. These will in many cases develop out of our Project Events and will all be informed by the evidence and analytical tools available within our Database. See also our Blog.
- Phil Withington, The Holy Herb and Other Stories: Intoxicants in Early Modern England (monograph).
- Angela McShane, The Alcoholic State: Political and Material Cultures of Drinking c.1600–c.1900 (monograph).
- Angela McShane, Kathryn James, & Phil Withington (eds), Intoxicants and Empire: Space and Material Culture (edited collection, to be submitted to OUP).
- J. Brown, ‘The Shaming of Ann Savage: Intoxicants, Gender, and the Church Courts in Early Modern England’ (journal article, to be submitted to Cultural and Social History).
- J. Brown & T. Wales, ”Very Much Disordered with Excessive Drinking’: Clerical Intoxication in Early Modern England’ (journal article, to be submitted to Past & Present).
- J. Brown, ‘Being Then Overseen with Drink’: Everyday Discourses of Drunkenness in Early Modern England’ (journal article, to be submitted to The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs).
- Phil Withington, ‘Urbanisation’, in K. Wrightson (ed.), A Social History of England, 1500-1750 (Cambridge: CUP, 2017), pp. 174-98.
- Phil Withington, ‘The Invention of Happiness’, in M. J. Braddick & J. Innes (eds), Suffering and Happiness in England, 1550-1850: Narratives and Representations (Oxford: OUP, 2017).
- Angela McShane, ‘The New World of Tobacco’, History Today (April, 2017), pp. 41-7.
- James Brown, Phil Withington, & Tim Wales, ‘Vicars on the Liquor’, BBC History Magazine (March, 2017), pp. 50-54.
- James Brown & Angela McShane, ‘Jolly Good Ale and Old: Or, Were Early Modern People Perpetually Drunk?’, The Recipes Project (20 September 2016)
- Angela McShane & Nigel Jeffries, ‘I say ‘shard’, you say ‘sherd’: Contrasting and Complimentary Approaches to a Piece of Early Modern ‘Venice Glass’’, in C. Richardson, T. Hamling, & D. Gaimster (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Material Culture in Early Modern Europe (London, Routledge, 2016)
- James Brown, ‘‘Mr Rothwell Was Very Much Disordered With Drink’: The Long History of the Drunk Vicar’, History Matters: History Brought Alive by the University of Sheffield (4 July 2016)
- Angela McShane, ‘Drink, Song, and Politics in Early Modern England’, Popular Music 35 (2016): 166–90.
- Angela McShane, ‘Drink, Love and Loyalty’, in L. Miller & H. Young (eds), The Arts of Living: Europe 1600–1815 (London, V&A Publications, 2015)
- Phil Withington, ‘Food and Drink’, in A. Hadfield, M. Dimmock, & A. Shinn, The Ashgate Companion to Popular Culture (Farnham, Ashgate, 2014)
- Phil Withington, ‘Cultures of Intoxication’, Past & Present Blog (July 17 2014)
- Phil Withington, ‘The Art of Intoxication’, The Lancet 483 (2014): 2118–9.
- Angela McShane, ‘Material Culture and Political Drinking in Seventeenth-Century England’, in P. Withington & idem (eds), Cultures of Intoxication, Past & Present Supplement 9 (Oxford, OUP, 2014): 247–76.
- Phil Withington, ‘Introduction: Cultures of Intoxication’, in idem & A. McShane (eds), Cultures of Intoxication, Past & Present Supplement 9 (Oxford, OUP, 2014): 9–33.
- Phil Withington & Angela McShane (eds), Cultures of Intoxication, Past & Present Supplement 9 (Oxford, OUP, 2014)
- Phil Withington, ‘Intoxication and the Early Modern City’ in S. Hindle, A. Shepard, & J Walter (eds), Remaking English Society (Cambridge, Boydell & Brewer, 2013), pp. 135–63.