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32 Contemp. Drug Probs. [i] (2005)

handle is hein.journals/condp32 and id is 1 raw text is: VOL. 32, NO. 1
SPRING 2005
CONTEMPORARY DRUG PROBLEMS
AN INTERDISCIPLINARY QUARTERLY
DRINKING AND PUBLIC PLACE
I               Notes on Contributors
3                Editor's Introduction: Drinking and Public Place
An introduction to four papers and two commentaries on drinking places
and their worlds, from early modem times to the late 20th century.
PETER CLARK
9                Drinking and Public Space in Early Modern German Lands
After a sketch of the main occasions for alcohol consumption in
Bavaria and Bern in the 1500s to 1700s, the paper explores the
dynamic relationship between public and private space in drinking
establishments, concluding that taverns at the same time both
challenged and stabilized the social order.
BEAT KUMIN
29               Taverns in the Public Sphere in 18th-Century Paris
Three types of drinking places in Paris under the old regime attracted
distinct clienteles. The artisanal taverns that served the bulk of the
Parisian population evolved as a public sphere, developing from a
space monopolized by royal control to one in which the populace
behaved increasingly autonomously, with latent political implications.
THOMAS BRENNAN
45               Public Drinking Then and Now
A commentary on the papers of Kiimin and Brennan.
KATHRYN GRAHAM
57               Drinking and Public Space in Leningrad/St. Petersburg
and Helsinki in the Interwar Period
As the Soviet Union and Finland both retreated from prohibition,
authorities in both Leningrad and Helsinki emphasized strong
control of public drinking places, pushing traditional male drinking
toward more private space.
JUSSI WACKLIN

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