Sunday, November 13, 2022

Coffee and other intoxicants (1600-1850) virtual exhibition and talk

From 1600-1850, new intoxicants included sugar, coffee, tea, chocolate, opiates and tobacco. A talk on the Intoxicating Spaces: The Impact of New Intoxicants on Urban Spaces in Europe website is on Nv 16.

Image of an "Ottoman coffee house in Istambul" from 1819. 

 

TURKISH COFFEE

Pera Museum, Istanbul. "Coffee Break: The Adventure of Coffee in K├╝tahya Tiles and Ceramics" exhibit HERE

"Ottoman coffee house in Istambul" (first image) from Voyage pittoresque de Constantinople et des rives du Bosphore. Paris: 1819

“A KAFEDJI” Turkish coffee is to be obtained everywhere; a “kafedji” has here set up his little stall at the corner of a street.” In Constantinople, painted by Warwick Goble described by Alexander van Millingen. London: 1906 p28

INTOXICATING SPACES

Nov. 16 Wed 8AM Intoxicating Spaces Virtual Exhibition Launch. over 1,000 exhibits, or ‘scraps’, from archives, libraries, and museums that illuminate this process in our case study cities of Amsterdam, Hamburg, London, and Stockholm." HERE

Website: Intoxicating Spaces: The Impact of New Intoxicants on Urban Spaces in Europe, 1600–1850 HERE

Many (53+) past talks' TAPES HERE

THIS WEEK'S TALKS Deleted

CALENDAR OF VIRTUAL FOOD HISTORY TALKS HERE

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