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Drinking Matters

University of Warwick

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In this podcast series Dr Beat Kumin from the University of Warwick offers the first comparative survey of early modern public houses and their unique contribution to European culture.

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Contemporary views and reviews

What were the contemporary views of public houses and the social good, or ill, that they represented? How did establishments relate to the other institutions common to community life in the early modern period?

-1 s2008 APR 24
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Contemporary views and reviews

Communication, subversion and stability.

Public houses were obvious centres of communication within communities, but what forms did this interaction take and were they a subversive or stabilising influence?

-1 s2008 APR 24
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Communication, subversion and stability.

Economic interests and the provision of services

Public houses represented major economic assets and were significant employers. They also reflected local cuisines and tastes whilst often innovating in the provision of services to clients.

-1 s2008 APR 24
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Economic interests and the provision of services

Agents and interests

Who owned and ran drinking establishments in the early modern period and who were the customers?

-1 s2008 MAR 10
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Agents and interests

Typology and Topography

Defining the styles of drinking establishment and how they fitted into communities.

-1 s2008 MAR 10
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Typology and Topography

Drinking Matters - introduction

Introducing this series on drinking culture in early modern Central Europe.

-1 s2008 FEB 15
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Drinking Matters - introduction
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Latest Episodes

Contemporary views and reviews

What were the contemporary views of public houses and the social good, or ill, that they represented? How did establishments relate to the other institutions common to community life in the early modern period?

-1 s2008 APR 24
Comments
Contemporary views and reviews

Communication, subversion and stability.

Public houses were obvious centres of communication within communities, but what forms did this interaction take and were they a subversive or stabilising influence?

-1 s2008 APR 24
Comments
Communication, subversion and stability.

Economic interests and the provision of services

Public houses represented major economic assets and were significant employers. They also reflected local cuisines and tastes whilst often innovating in the provision of services to clients.

-1 s2008 APR 24
Comments
Economic interests and the provision of services

Agents and interests

Who owned and ran drinking establishments in the early modern period and who were the customers?

-1 s2008 MAR 10
Comments
Agents and interests

Typology and Topography

Defining the styles of drinking establishment and how they fitted into communities.

-1 s2008 MAR 10
Comments
Typology and Topography

Drinking Matters - introduction

Introducing this series on drinking culture in early modern Central Europe.

-1 s2008 FEB 15
Comments
Drinking Matters - introduction
the END
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