Outputs

Academic Publications

Theses

Exhibitions

Public History, Interviews, and Press

Papers, Presentations, and Talks

  • 26 January 2022: D. Friest, ‘Historische Praxeologie: Theorie and Empirie im Kontext frühneuzeitlicher Globalgeschichte’, Conference Paper, SFB 1288 Praktiken des Vergleichens (Bielefeld University).
  • 21 January 2022: P. Withington, ‘Intoxicants, Renaissance, and Early Modern Slavery’, Seminar Paper (Washington University in St Louis).
  • 17 November 2021: H. Hodacs, Linné, ‘Linné kaffe och te – globala perspektiv’, Seminar Paper, Swedish Linnean Society.
  • 13 November 2021: J. Brown, ‘Drinking Places Research, 2010–21: Early Modern Period (1600–1850)’, Drinking Studies Network Conference 2021: Where Are We Now? The DSN at Ten (Online).
  • 11 November 2021: J. Brown, ‘Tea Gardens and New Intoxicants in Early Modern London’, IHR Food History Seminar (Online).
  • 11 November 2021: D. Friest, ‘Historische Praxeologie als Mikro-Historie’, Seminar Paper (Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg).
  • 4 November 2021: G. Robilliard, ‘Mapping Tea and Coffee-Selling in Late Eighteenth-Century Hamburg’, Conference Paper, The Spatial Eighteenth-Century: Rethinking Urban Networks and Maps, 1650–1850 (University of York).
  • 27 October 2021: H. Hodacs & A. Knutsson ‘Clandestine Coffee and a Female Underground Culture in Late Eighteenth-Century Stockholm’, Seminar Paper, What’s Your Poison? (Intoxicating Spaces).
  • 6 October 2021: P. Withington, Discussant, Global Histories of Drugs: Why, and What Next (British Library/University of Wisconsin-Madison/Online).
  • 6 September 2021: S. Snelders, ‘Drugs in achttiende-eeuws Amsterdam. De verspreiding van koffie, tabak en opium’, Seminar Paper, Werkgroep De 18e eeuw.
  • 6 July 2021: P. Withington, ‘The Intoxicating Spaces Knowledge Exchange Programme’, Webinar Paper, Rethinking Knowledge Exchange within the Humanities (HERA).
  • 18 June 2021: P. Withington, ‘Intoxicants, Addiction, and the Humoral Body’, Conference Paper, Experiencing the Material Body in Early Modern Europe (Stockholm University).
  • 3 June 2021: J. Brown, ‘Tea Gardens and New Intoxicants in Early Modern London’, Conference Paper, IEHCA Sixth International Conference on Food History and Food Studies (University of Tours).
  • 25 May 2021: J. Brown, ‘The Intoxicating Spaces Digital Exhibition, or: Scrapbooking in a Time of Plague’, Webinar Paper, Exploring New Digital Worlds: Field Research Challenges in Pandemic Time (HERA).
  • 11 May 2021: H. Hodacs, ‘Surrogate Tea versus Plant Transfer: Negotiating Taste, Nature and Medicine in the 1740s’, Conference Paper, Papers Holding the World Together: The Written Heritage of Carl Linnaeus and the Linnaeans (Hagströmer Library, Karolinska Institutet).
  • 27 April 2021: P. Withington, ‘Intoxicants, Addiction, and Early Modern Medicine’, Seminar Paper, Topics in Early Modern Studies (University of Sheffield).
  • 22 April 2021: S. Snelders, ‘Drug Abuse as a Colonial Disease: How Colonial History Shaped Dutch Knowledge and Policies on Drugs’, Conference Paper, Spores of Empire: Exploring the Colonial Foundations of Dutch Society and Culture (Utrecht University). 
  • 15 April 2021: K. Sennefelt, ‘Comfort and Cure: Using Old and New Intoxicants in Seventeenth-Century Plague Epidemics’, Conference Paper, RSA Virtual 2021.
  • 15 April 2021: J. Brown & G. Robilliard, ‘Plague, Intoxicants, and Space in Early Modern Port Cities’, Conference Paper, RSA Virtual 2021.
  • 15 April 2021: S. Snelders, ‘Plague Epidemics and the Economy of Intoxicants in Early Modern Amsterdam, Hamburg, London, and Stockholm’, Conference Paper, RSA Virtual 2021.
  • 15 April 2021: H. Hodacs & A. Knutsson, ‘När kaffe förbjöds – kvinnliga strategier för försäljning, försörjning och konsumtion i Stockholm (1794–96, 1799–1892)’, Seminar Paper, Staden skriver historia (Stockholm University).
  • 18 March 2021: H. Hodacs & A. Knutsson, ‘Peddling, Making, Drinking: Women and Coffee in Stockholm during the Prohibition Periods (1794–96 and 1799–1802)’, Seminar Paper, Gender and Work Seminar (Uppsala University).
  • 27 January 2021: D. Freist, ‘…weiße Leute, die über unsern Zweck lachen, u(und) es Narrens-Possen hiesen’, Conference Paper, Globaler Protestantismus, Sklaverei und Mission auf Jamaika im 18. Jahrhundert (Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg).
  • 15 December 2020: J. Brown, ‘Intoxicants and the Psychological Impact of Plague in Early Modern London’, Seminar Paper, Department of History Research Seminar (University of Sheffield).
  • 3 November 2020: L. Müller, H. Hodacs, & A. Knutsson, ‘Intoxicating Spaces: The Impact of New Intoxicants on Urban Spaces in Europe, 1600–1850’, Seminar Paper, Centre for Business History Seminar (Uppsala University).
  • 24 September 2020: H. Hodacs, ‘Coffee and Tea Substitutes in Early Modern Sweden’, Seminar Paper, Department of History of Science and Ideas Seminar (Uppsala University).
  • 10 June 2020: P. Withington, ‘Pre-Modern Citizenship: An Ancient Concept for the Modern World?’, Seminar Paper, Department of Urban Studies and Planning Seminar (University of Sheffield).
  • 15 May 2020: G. Robilliard, ‘Und jenseits des Kaffeehauses? Eine Suche nach der ‘anderen’ Räumlichkeit von Kaffee und Tee in Hamburg, 1700–1850′, Seminar Paper, Prize Papers Lunchtime Talk (University of Oldenburg).
  • 11 February 2020: S. Snelders, ‘The Normalisation of Drugs: A Historical Perspective’, Invited Lecture (Royal Academy of Sciences, Amsterdam).
  • 8 February 2020: P. Withington, ‘Tobacco and Playhouses in Renaissance London: New Intoxicants, New Pleasures’, Conference Paper, Cultures of Intoxication: Contextualising Alcohol and Drug Use, Past and Present (University College Dublin).
  • 8 February 2020: S. Snelders, ‘The Introduction of New Intoxicants and the Problem of Excess: Tea and Tobacco in the Seventeenth-Century Dutch Republic’, Conference Paper, Cultures of Intoxication: Contextualising Alcohol and Drug Use, Past and Present (University College Dublin).
  • 6 February 2020: P. Withington, ‘Tobacco and Playhouses in Renaissance London: New Intoxicants, New Pleasures’, Workshop Paper, Pleasurescapes: Transnational Forces of Integration in European Cities (Erasmus University Rotterdam).
  • 19 December 2019: J. Brown, ‘Intoxicating Spaces: The Impact of New Intoxicants on Urban Spaces in Europe, 1600–1850’, Seminar Paper, Sheffield Centre for Early Modern Studies Seminar (University of Sheffield).
  • 9 December 2019: T. Pieters, ‘Morpheus Gatekeepers: The Blessing and Burden of Doctors’ and Pharmacists’ Role as Narcotic Distributors’, Workshop Paper, Beyond the Medicines/Drugs Dichotomy: Historical Perspectives on Good and Evil (University of Johannesburg).
  • 9 December 2019: P. Withington, ‘New Intoxicants and Early Modern Medical Practice’, Workshop Paper, Beyond the Medicines/Drugs Dichotomy: Historical Perspectives on Good and Evil (University of Johannesburg).
  • 21 November 2019: P. Withington, ‘Slavery and Practical Humanism’, Seminar Paper, Medieval and Early Modern Studies Seminar (University of Chicago).
  • 15 November 2019: P. Withington, ‘The Invention of Addiction’, Conference Paper, North American Conference of British Studies (University of Vancouver).
  • 7 November 2019: P. Withington, ‘The Power of Company’, Workshop Paper, The Edge of Politics (University of Lille).
  • 26–27 October 2019: P. Withington, ‘Embodied Fictions’, Conference Paper, Façade Truths in Tokugawa Japan and Beyond (Yale University).
  • 19–21 September 2019: P. Withington, ‘Urban Citizens’, Workshop Paper, Political Personhood in the Early Modern British World Before 1800 (Folger Shakespeare Library).
  • 11 September 2019: G. Robilliard, ‘Intoxicating Spaces: The Impact of New Intoxicants on Urban Spaces in Europe, 1600–1850’, Poster, HERA JRP Uses of the Past & Public Spaces Conference (Gdansk, Poland).
  • 4 July 2019: P. Withington, ‘The Power of Sociability’, Keynote Lecture, Sociability in Early Modern Europe (University of Birmingham).