Drug history and [sub]cultures

strathclyde summer school

I had the chance to speak at a virtual summer school held by the Centre for the Social History of Health and Healthcare (CSHHH) at the University of Strathclyde and Glasgow Caledonian University (the Centre is a shared operation). I was a last minute addition because my colleague Jim Mills, an expert in Asian drug histories, was unable to make it. It was a great opportunity to provide my perspective on the history of drug regulation. But even better was the second talk, by Peder a research associate at CSHHH studying drug subcultures in the twentieth century. These are groups for whom drug use was a marker of identity. It was fascinating.

So watch my talk, for sure, but then enjoy and learn from Peder!

Here is the link and the password. Tell your friends!

https://strath.zoom.us/rec/share/tcNRHbzd60NIWqOXsWiCUJwiHrXYeaa81iEZ8_BcnkZR8kF3gHJPxAz0qxBQ54Bx

PW: p#D&JG5k

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