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Celebrating National Wine Day

March 25th is National Wine Day! In celebration, Berghahn would like to spotlight our new title, Wine Is Our Bread, as well as another relevant book and journal articles.

Labour and Value in Moldovan Winemaking
Daniela Ana

“This is an excellent book, ‘a little gem’, which provides a highly original contribution to both the fields of anthropology of wine and of postsocialist economies by focusing on an under-researched area.” • Marion Demossier, University of Southampton

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Of Related Interest

The Global Story of Terroir
Marion Demossier

“One of the ethnography’s strengths lies in the theoretical frameworks that are used to delve further into the construction of a good that circulates globally and whose value is closely associated with a heritage site. Another is the author’s long-term engagement with the region: this insider status offers a unique perspective on groups of people who are not easy to access… I would recommend this book for both graduate and undergraduate teaching. The chapters stand well on their own and the volume as a whole offers an excellent example of long-term ethnographic research.” • JRAI

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Upcoming Author Event
Reviewers Meet Reviewed: A Virtual Seminar
Thursday 16 June 2022 at 4.00-6.00pm (BST)

The Royal Anthropological Institute is pleased to present ‘Reviewer meets Reviewed’, a discussion between author Prof Marion Demossier (University of Southampton) and reviewer Professor Rachel E Black (Connecticut College). View details here.

Berghahn Journals

Open Access

Vignerons and the Vines: Mediators of Place-based Identity in Alsace, France
Mark Anthony Arceño (Vol. 30, Issue 1)

Berghahn Journals is offering free access to the following articles until June 1, 2022.

Parting the ‘Wine Lake’: The Revival of the Bulgarian Wine Industry in the Age of CAP Reform
Yuson Jung (Vol. 20, Issue 1)

Wine Tourism in the Temecula Valley: Neoliberal Development Policies and Their Contradictions
Kevin A. Yelvington, Jason L. Simms, and Elizabeth Murray (Vol. 19, Issue 3)

The Whiteness of French Food: Law, Race, and Eating Culture in France
Mathilde Cohen (Vol. 39, Issue 2)

The Color of French Wine: Southern Wine Producers Respond to Competition from the Algerian Wine Industry in the Early Third Republic
Elizabeth Heath (Vol. 35, Issue 2)

Roll Out the Barrel: French and Algerian Ports and the Birth of the Wine Tanker
Owen White (Vol. 35, Issue 2)

From Mondavi to Depardieu: The Global/local Politics of Wine
Diane Barthel-Bouchier and Lauretta Clough (Vol. 23, Issue 2)

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