Hannah C. Griggs is a PhD student in the English department at Emory University in Atlanta. She holds an MA in English literature from Boston College and a BA in English literature and Spanish from Loyola University New Orleans. Her research focuses on nineteenth and twentieth century American literature, the U.S. South, and foodways. She explores representations of consumption, leisure, and excess in the literature of the American South, broadly defined.
She runs Intemperance.org, a digital archive of cocktail culture in New Orleans.
The Atlantic, “Teaching Sobriety With ‘The Bottle,'” May 2018
Poster Session at DH2017 Montreal, “Mapping Prohibition: The Challenges of Digitally (Re)creating Historical Spaces,” August 2017
The Atlantic, “How New Orleans’s Favorite Mardi Gras Cocktail Was Saved From Extinction,” February 2017
Interview, Cocktail History Podcast, “Episode 4: Prohibition in the Land of Mardi Gras,” January 2017
Digital Exhibition, Southern Food and Beverage Museum / Museum of the American Cocktail, New Orleans Prohibition Raids, 1919-1933, Fall 2016 – present
Interview contribution, New Orleans & Me, “A City of Bad Temperance,” October 2016