Name that Drink!
In celebration of the AHA’s return to New Orleans, we asked our readers to help us name a few cocktails that will be available at the various hotel bars throughout the meeting.
- — Historylecturer (@Historylecturer)Wed, Dec 05 2012 01:51:57@AHAhistorians "Eric the Red" "Counterfactual Conditional Analysis" "Class Struggle" "Give us back our Eleven Days" (Cocktails) Not v good.
- — Peter Francisco Day (@PFranDay)Tue, Dec 04 2012 12:47:27
- — Flaneur art & travel (@flaneurzine)Tue, Dec 04 2012 09:32:56
- — Henry Cowles (@henrycowles)Tue, Dec 04 2012 10:22:35
- — Jason Warren (@lostinhistory)Tue, Dec 04 2012 10:25:07@AHAhistorians Cocktail name: The Defense. It's just a rattlesnake that your committee watches you drink. And it's timed.
- — Brian J. Distelberg (@briandistelberg)Tue, Dec 04 2012 10:47:43
- — David Austin Walsh (@DavidAstinWalsh)Tue, Dec 04 2012 10:42:45@AHAhistorians tweed and tonic; the Dead White Male; the Revisionist's Delight; The Spectacle (as in eyeglasses); The Grad Student's Lament
- — Monica L. Mercado (@monicalmercado)Tue, Dec 04 2012 10:41:41
- The Scholarly Debate
- How about a drink commemorating Eric Hobsbawm, who passed away this year? It would certainly have a peaty scotch as its base liquor.- Jay
- Tweed- Vanessa
- The Revisionist – It’s an “old Fashioned” mixed in reverse order and served in a brand new glass.- Jason
- The Forgotten Footnote- Michael
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