I was at a conference in London on drug and alcohol history. I go to these quite a bit. But this time they caught me on video.
To avoid seeming entirely self-promoting, I encourage you to follow the links to other interesting presentations at that conference. And just in case you’re wondering, the “James” to whom I refer in the paper, is James Kneale, who presented his paper immediately before mine. His presentation is also on this site, as are many others, and all better than mine, I’m sure.
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Medical historian and jack-of-all-trades curmudgeon. I tend to ramble about politics, social incivility, and a self-centred culture more interested in buying the next cool ringtone or device than actively engaging in the sorts of discussions and issues that matter. The more opportunity we have to buy more stuff, the less concern there is, it seems, in politics, social justice and let's face it, basic human decency, unless those things actually can save us money or get us more things to show how awesome we are through displaying our material wealth.
And I like to brew beer, make cheese, and put food in jars.
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