Ph.D. diss., University of Notre Dame, 2008. Freed, Christopher R. “Doctors and
drunks: Addiction medicine and ad- diction psychiatry in America.” Ph.D diss.
RECENT DISSERTATIONS ON ALCOHOL, DRUGS, TOBACCO AND ADDICTION HISTORY COMPILED BY JONATHON ERLEN The following is a list of North American PhD dissertations, drawn from the ProQuest Dissertations Abstracts database in the past year. While the entry for last year was a multi-year retrospective, this year’s list covers only one year, and is notably shorter. The search terms were varied, and what appears below are those we consider most relevant to readers of this journal. As ever, this is an incomplete list, and we would like to encourage readers to submit information for dissertations that we missed. Duvall, Jeffery Alan. “‘Burley paid the bills:’ Twentieth century tobacco culture in the central Ohio River valley.” Ph.D diss., Purdue University, 2007. Fischer, Benjamin Louis. “ ‘Opium pushing and Bible smuggling’: Religion and the cultural politics of British imperialist ambition in China.” Ph.D. diss., University of Notre Dame, 2008. Freed, Christopher R. “Doctors and drunks: Addiction medicine and addiction psychiatry in America.” Ph.D diss., City University of New York, 2008. Gaytan, Marie Sarita. “Fermented struggles and distilled identities: Tequila and the making of a national spirit.” Ph.D. diss., University of California, Santa Cruz, 2008. Langlitz, Nicolas David. “Neuropsychedelia. The revival of hallucinogen research since the decade of the brain.” Ph.D diss., University of California - Berkeley, 2007. Murphy, Stephen Wills. “‘It is a sacred duty to abstain’: The organizationJonathon Erlen is the history of medicine librarian at the Falk Library of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh
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al, biblical, theological, and practical roots of the American Temperance Society, 1814-1830.” Ph.D diss., University of Virginia, 2008. O’Heron, Diane M. “Renunciation and resistance: Confessions of the alcoholic and addicted experience in the 19th and 20th centuries.” Ph.D. diss., State University of New York at Binghamton, 2008. Taylor, Clinton Watson “International narcotics control: Norms, systems and regimes.” Ph.D. diss., Stanford University; 2008. Tiger, Rebecca. “Drug courts and coerced treatment: The social construction of ‘enlightened coercion’.” Ph.D diss., City University of New York, 2008. Volk, Kyle G. “Majority rule, minority rights: The Christian Sabbath, liquor, racial amalgamation, and democracy in antebellum America.” Ph.D. diss., University of Chicago, 2008. Wang, Junmin. “Market-building as state-building in China’s tobacco industry.” Ph.D. diss., New York University, 2007. Wessels-Cruz, Kathleen L. “A history of drug regulation in the United States 1902-2008: Effects on women’s health.” Ed.D. diss., Dowling College, 2008. Windsor, Liliane Cambraia. “Surviving oppression under the Rock: New York drug laws and the lived experiences of African American women in distressed households.” Ph.D diss., University of Texas at Austin, 2008. University of Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh [email protected]