Reign of Terroir in the Humanities

I will be taking part in a conversation on the concept of terroir in the humanities at Brown University’s Cogut Center for the Humanities. I am looking forward to discussing the idea of terroir with Edward Korry from Johnston & Wales. Please come and join us:

April 5, 2012, 5:30pm
Brown University, Cogut Center for the Humanities
Pembroke Hall 305
172 Meeting Street
Provicence, RI

Anthropology of Wine at the AAAs

Anthropology of Wine: Ethnography from the Vineyard to the Glass
Sunday, November 20, 2011: 12:15-14:00
American Anthropological Association Meeting, Montréal, Canada
Organizers:  Rachel E Black (Boston University)
Chairs:  Rachel E Black (Boston University)
Discussants:  Robert C Ulin (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Wine Production and the Challenges of Labor Management In California: a Comparison of Two Wineries On the Central Coast

Shelley LaMon (University of California, Santa Barbara) and Juan-Vicente Palerm (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Terroir As Imagined Space: Bordeaux and the Yadkin Valley

Sarah Daynes (University of North Carolina Greensboro)

Robert C Ulin (Rochester Institute of Technology)