Associate Editors

  title={Associate Editors},
  author={Joseph E. Levangie and Miles K. Davis and Barry R. Armandi and Pamela Hopkins and Daniel James Rowley and Gerry W. Scheffelmaier},
  journal={Indoor and Built Environment},
  pages={1 - 1}
This paper offers a brief historical survey of drinking cultures in Africa, from the nineteenth century to the present. It questions the notion of a pre-colonial past of harmonious ‘integrated’ drinking, and suggests that while there has been substantial change in drinking cultures there are also substantial continuities, notably in ideas of temperance. Striking features of change have been the introduction of large-scale commercial production – which has brought increasingly globalized… 



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