Event: Eat, Drink & Be Merry? The Politics of Food & Drink: Bread (04 October)

Please join British, Irish and Empire Studies at the University of Texas at Austin on Tuesday, October 4, at noon Austin time, 6 p.m. British Summer
Time, for "Bread," the fifth session in our VIRTUAL speaker series, "Eat, Drink and Be Merry? The Politics of Food and Drink." Three scholars will
explore the significance of bread through the centuries in Britain and Ireland. Madeline McMahon of UT's History Department will chair.

Eat, Drink & Be Merry? The Politics of Food & Drink: Bread

Please join British, Irish and Empire Studies at the University of Texas at Austin on Tuesday, October 4, at noon Austin time, 6 p.m. British Summer
Time, for "Bread," the fifth session in our VIRTUAL speaker series, "Eat, Drink and Be Merry? The Politics of Food and Drink." Three scholars will
explore the significance of bread through the centuries in Britain and Ireland. Madeline McMahon of UT's History Department will chair.

Eat, Drink & Be Merry? The Politics of Food & Drink: Bread

Please join British, Irish and Empire Studies at the University of Texas at Austin on Tuesday, October 4, at noon Austin time, 6 p.m. British Summer
Time, for "Bread," the fifth session in our VIRTUAL speaker series, "Eat, Drink and Be Merry? The Politics of Food and Drink." Three scholars will explore the significance of bread through the centuries in Britain and Ireland. Madeline McMahon of UT's History Department will chair.

Author: 
Steven Laurence Kaplan
Reviewer: 
Bernadette Angleraud-Dinten

Angleraud-Dinten on Kaplan, 'The Bakers of Paris and the Bread Question, 1700-1775'

Steven Laurence Kaplan. The Bakers of Paris and the Bread Question, 1700-1775. Durham: Duke University Press, 1996. 761 pp. $49.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-8223-1706-7.

Reviewed by Bernadette Angleraud-Dinten (Universite Grenoble I ) Published on H-Urban (May, 1997)

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