Table of Contents

Introduction – Rachel Black (Boston University, USA) and Robert Ulin (Rochester Institute of Technology, USA)

Section One – Rethinking Terroir

Section Introduction – Robert Ulin (Rochester Institute of Technology, USA)
The Social Life of Terroir among Bordeaux Winemakers – Sarah Daynes (University of North Carolina Greensboro, USA)
Rethinking Terroir in Australia – Robert Swinburn (University of Melbourne, Australia)
Space and Terroir in the Chilean Wine Industry – Nicolas Sternsdorff (Harvard University, USA)
Terroir and Locality: An Anthropological Perspective – Robert Ulin (Rochester Institute of Technology, USA)

Section Two – Relationships of Power and the Construction of Place

Section Introduction – Rachel Black (Boston University, USA)
Tasting Wine in Slovakia: Post-socialist Elite Cultural Particularities – Juraj Buzalka (Comenius University, Bratislava)
Wine Histories, Wine Memories and Local Identities in Western Poland – Ewa Kopczynska (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
El Sabor de Galicia: Wine as Performance in Galicia, Spain – Christina Ceisel (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA)
Local, Loyal and Constant: The Legal Construction of Wine in Bordeaux – Erica Farmer (University College London, UK)
Traces of the Past: Cultural Patrimony and the Bureaucratization of Wine – Yuson Jung (Wayne State University, USA)

Section Three – Labor, Commodification and the Politics of Wine

Section Introduction – Robert Ulin (Rochester Institute of Technology, USA)
Following Grands Crus: Global Markets, Transnational Histories and Wine – Marion Demossier (University of Southampton, UK)
Georgian Wine: The Transformation of Socialist Quantity into Post-socialist Quality – Adam Walker (City University of New York Graduate School, USA) and Paul Manning (Trent University)
Regimes of Regulation, Gender and Divisions of Labor in Languedoc Viticulture – Winnie Lem (Trent University, Canada)

Section Four – Technology and Nature
Section Introduction – Rachel Black, (Boston University, USA)
Pursuits of Quality in the Vineyards: French Oenologists at Work in Lebanon – Elizabeth Saleh (Goldsmiths, University of London, UK)
The Artifice of Natural Wine: Jules Chauvet and the Reinvention of Vinification in Postwar France – Paul Cohen (University of Toronto, Canada)
Vino Naturale: Tensions Between Nature and Technology in the Glass – Rachel Black (Boston University, USA)

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