A Taste of Wine Studies
Starts: Friday, 30 November 2012 at 2:00 PM
Inaugural seminar of interdisciplinary wine studies at the University of Newcastle. Presented by the Humanities Research Institute in conjunction with the University Gallery's Vintage Dupain exhibition.A Taste of Wine Studies seminar with consist of the presentation of three x 20 minute papers, followed by question time. Sacha Davis Eastern European History, University of Newcastle - Ancient traditions or poisoning the Volk? Wine production and consumption by Transylvanian Saxons before and after the First World War. Sidsel Grimstad Business Studies, University of Newcastle - Green wine tourism? Environmental sustainability and competitive advantage in a wine-tourism micro-cluster - Lovedale, Hunter Valley. Julie McIntyre Australian and European History, University of Newcastle - From John Locke and the Carolinas to John Macarthur in New South Wales: Visions for British World wine growing. Wine and cheese will be served.
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Gillean Shaw, Phone: 02 4921 5255, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org