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Vines, Wines, and Winemakers: Voyages, Messages and Métissages

Vins, vignes et vignerons : passages, messages et métissages

International Wine Symposium of Toulouse’15 – In Vino Varietas

Colloque international 2015 – In Vino Varietas

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Published on Monday, October 20, 2014 by Elsa Zotian

Summary

The international conference aims to qualify the processes of cultural diffusion of wine in a globalized environment. The mobility and métissages of vine, wine, winemakers and more generally the wine world will be addressed.

Announcement

Argument

The international conference aims to qualify the processes of cultural diffusion of wine in a globalized environment. The mobility and métissages of vine, wine, winemakers and more generally the wine world will be addressed. These themes will be investigated in many directions such as the voyage of vine and wine from the Near East and the Mediterranean basin to Asia via the Americas, and major changes in the arts and crafts of wine. This reflection will also be nourished by the study of the evolution of production, commercialization and communication which echoes technological progress and social mutations in the era of globalization.

The force line of this pluridisciplinary conference will be the study of the concept of métissage, its outgrowths, and impacts. This concept will be explored considering environmental, societal, symbolic and artistic aspects.

Thus the concept of métissage will be explored by analyzing the great diversity of terroirs associated with many different cultural and oenological practices, together with the richness of the palette of grape varieties in the world and the wide range of taste and mental images. The symbolic and artistic aspects will be studied by analyzing both interactions between cultures and representations of vine, wine and the wine world since time immemorial and in different places conquered by ‘the desire for wine’.

At each stage of this voyage, two main dimensions will be taken into consideration: the agents and the changes in both spatial and temporal scale. We will investigate the mechanisms of métissage, the nature of the agents, the transmitters and leaders, the go-between, and the exchange networks.

Research and innovative work from both academics and professionals will be welcome. Authors are invited to submit manuscripts that present original research in all areas of the following keyword list.

Non exhaustive keyword list

  • Terroirs, grape varieties, blending, assemblage
  • Transfer of technology and know-how, transmission of knowledge, innovations, cultural and individual resistance
  • Spatialization, globalization, new markets, vine and wine legislation
  • Cultural and territorial pulsations, restructuration, requalification, revalorization
  • Inter-culturality, messages, mental images
  • Voyages, mobilities, wine roads, professional career paths, mutations, translation, processes of métissage
  • Dynamics of heritage, identity, wine tourism

Organization of the conference

The program comprises five half-days. Each one will start with a plenary session followed by parallel sessions.

Papers will be presented in English or French, and the slides will be in English. Each communication will last 30mn, questions included.

A poster session will also be organized. Posters should be in English only. At the discussion of the poster session, authors should be prepared for 3-5mn presentations.

Half a day will be devoted to a study-trip in a typical vineyard of the Midi-Pyrénées region. During the last day, attendees will have the opportunity to visit the Episcopal city of Albi and meet winemakers from various vineyards of the Midi-Pyrénées region.

Timeline

Abstract submission deadline: December 1st, 2014

  • Abstracts due: December 1st,  2014
  • Author notification: February 9, 2015
  • Final versions due: April 7,  2015
  • Symposium dates: June 3-6, 2015

We wish to remind you that research and innovative work from both academics and professionals will be most welcome.

Submission guidelines

Abstracts

Each abstract written in English or French should include:

  • First names and last names of the authors (the presenting author’s name should be in bold type face), title, main affiliation, laboratory, and mail address, telephone number, postal address.
  • 6 keywords
  • Title of the paper and text. The body of the abstract will have a maximum of 3,000 characters, spaces included (Times New Roman font, size 12, single spacing).

All submitted manuscripts will be reviewed. The selected papers will be posted on line before the conference with access reserved to the regular registered attendees who will also be given a numerical version.

Posters

Dimensions of the poster should not exceed 120 cm height, 90 cm width.

We thank you for sending your abstracts/posters simultaneously to the two following email addresses:

Co-chairs

Program Committee

Jean-Pierre Albert (LISST, EHESS, Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès), Alain Alcouffe (Université de Toulouse I-Capitole), William Beezley (Department of History, University of Arizona, United States), Marek Bienczyk (Institut de recherches littéraires, Académie Polonaise des Sciences, Varsovie, Poland), Alessandro Carassale (CeSA, Centro di studi sulla storia dell’alimentazione e della cultura materiale, Bordighera, Italy), Eugenio Climent-Lopez (Instituto Universitario de Ciencias Ambientales, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain), Maurice Comtat (LGC, Université Toulouse III-Paul Sabatier), Danielle Cornot (CERTOP, Université Toulouse - Jean-Jaurès), Christian Darles (LRA, ENS Architecture, Université de Toulouse), Claude Fischler (Centre Edgar Morin, EHESS & CNRS, Paris), Choi Hae-Wook (Department of wine and food fermentation technology, Young-Dong University, South Korea), Peter Hayes (RMIT University, Australia), Ara Hovhannisyan (Armenian State Agrarian University, Yerevan, Armenia), Olivier Jacquet (Chaire UNESCO-Culture et Traditions du Vin, Université de Bourgogne), Jean-Yves Laurichesse (PLH, Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès), Alexandra Mendoza-Caminade (CDA, Université de Toulouse I-Capitole), Valérie Olivier-Salvagnac (AGIR, INPT-ENSAT, Toulouse), Jean-Marie Pailler (TRACES, Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès), Rémy Pech (FRAMESPA, Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès), Jean-Pierre Poulain (CERTOP, Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès & Chair of Food Studies, Taylor’s University, Malaysia), Michaël Pouzenc (Dynamiques Rurales, Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès), Gilles de Revel (ISVV, Université de Bordeaux), Eric Rouvellac (GEOLAB, Université de Limoges), Jean-Marie Sablayrolles (INRA Montpellier), Dominique Salameh (Faculté des Sciences de l’Université Saint-Joseph, Beyrouth, Lebanon), Raphaël Schirmer (Ades, Université de Bordeaux), Eva Schreck (GET, Université de Toulouse III-Paul Sabatier), Ricardo da Silva (Institut des Sciences Agronomiques, Lisbonne, Portugal), Patricia Taillandier (LGC, INPT-ENSIACET, Université de Toulouse), Panagiotis Tataridis (Technical Educational Institute of Athens, Greece), Nathalie Vincent-Arnaud (CAS & IRPALL, Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès), Leanne White (School of International Business, Victoria University, Australia)

Organizing committee

Joseph Buosi (Département de Géographie, Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès), Christine Calvet (IRPALL, Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès), Maurice Comtat (LGC, Université de Toulouse III-Paul Sabatier), Danielle Cornot (CERTOP, Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès), Pierre Courjault-Radé (GET, Université de Toulouse III-Paul Sabatier), Christian Darles (ENS Architecture Toulouse, LRA, Université de Toulouse), Paul Fabre (IVSO, Interprofession des Vins du Sud-Ouest), Louis Féraud (IRIT, Université de Toulouse III-Paul Sabatier), Jérôme Grapy (Département de Géographie, Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès), Michaël Pouzenc (Dynamiques Rurales, Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès), Anne Razous (CERTOP, Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès), Eric Rouvellac (GEOLAB, Université de Limoges), Pierre Strehaiano (LGC, INPT-ENSIACET, Université de Toulouse), Nathalie Vincent-Arnaud (CAS & IRPALL, Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès)

Places

  • Université Toulouse, Jean Jaurès 5 allée Antonio Machado
    Toulouse, France (31)

Date(s)

  • Monday, December 01, 2014

Keywords

  • vins, culture, mondialisation, mobilités, métissages, vignes, vignerons

Contact(s)

  • Michaël Pouzenc
    courriel : pouzenc [at] univ-tlse2 [dot] fr
  • Danielle CORNOT
    courriel : invinova [at] univ-tlse2 [dot] fr

Information source

  • anne razous
    courriel : anne [dot] razous [at] univ-tlse2 [dot] fr

To cite this announcement

« Vines, Wines, and Winemakers: Voyages, Messages and Métissages », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Monday, October 20, 2014, https://calenda.org/302314

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