SALIS Digital Library—Indispensable Drug & Alcohol History Resource

Editor’s Note: Today’s post comes from Points Editor Emeritus Ron Roizen. Dear POINTS readers,  If you haven’t yet made use of the SALIS Collection of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs digital library, then you may have a real treat in store. Curated and maintained by the Substance Abuse Librarians and Information Specialists (SALIS) and hostedContinue reading “SALIS Digital Library—Indispensable Drug & Alcohol History Resource”

The War on Drugs: From Book to Website

Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post is from Dr. David Farber, Roy A. Roberts Distinguished Professor of Modern U.S. History at the University of Kansas. He is the editor of the recently published, War on Drugs: A History (NYU Press, 2021). Over the last 36-and-a-half years I have done what research-oriented history professors of my generationContinue reading “The War on Drugs: From Book to Website”

Online Video Resources for Alcohol, Drug, and Addiction History

Talks from Addictions Old and New (October 22-23, 2017) and the National History Center Congressional Briefing on the History of Drug Policy and Addiction (May 9, 2016) are available online. The videos include PowerPoint slides, enlarged and edited for clarity, and follow-up questions. Addictions Old and New, which Kyle Bridge first reported in an OctoberContinue reading “Online Video Resources for Alcohol, Drug, and Addiction History”

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