Food Adulteration, the Victorians and Us

or rather How Britain Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Processed Meat Helen Williams is Ph.D. student in the School of English, Drama, American and Canadian Studies at the University of Birmingham. Her thesis explores the representation of medicine and middle-class healthcare in the novels of Wilkie Collins, reading his texts alongside contemporary layperson writings on medicine. Her postgraduate profile is available to view here. Whilst the origins of the recent horsemeat scandal are still uncertain, with some press reports

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