James Nicholls on post-reformation alehouses and the policing of public space

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Dr James Nicholls
Dr James Nicholls
Location: Alcohol Research UK
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VIDEO NUMBER:
783
CATEGORY:
History And Historical Events
DATE ADDED:
30-09-2014
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 James explains the complex sets of concerns related to the growth of alehouses and asks 'what is the point of drinking'
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