In Memory of Glenn C.

Editor’s Note: The message below comes from the Symposium on AA History, which will be hosting its next meeting in January 2021. Click the link for more info about the group. On July 27, 2020 one of our fellowship’s finest historians, Glenn C. passed away in his sleep. Glenn was integral in the formation andContinue reading “In Memory of Glenn C.”

In Memoriam: William J. Rorabaugh

A message from Scott C. Martin, Professor of History and American Culture Studies and History Department Chair at Bowling Green State University:  With great sadness, I report that our friend and colleague, Bill Rorabaugh, has passed away.  Bill has been a consistent supporter of ADHS, and a fixture at our biennial meeting. Bill took hisContinue reading “In Memoriam: William J. Rorabaugh”

Harold A. Mulford, Jr. — In Memoriam

Editor’s Note:  Points welcomes Paul Roman’s warmhearted reflections and commentary on fellow sociologist Harold Mulford’s life and work.  Mulford was a pioneer in the application of sociological thought and methods to alcoholism and alcohol as public problems.  As Paul’s commentary amply suggests, Hal was also a passionate and respected scholar.    This memorial for Harold A. Mulford, Jr. willContinue reading “Harold A. Mulford, Jr. — In Memoriam”

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