We invite papers on the history of wine producing regions. Papers should examine the origins and development of the wine industry, and its general impact on the economic development of the region/country. Participants are invited to consider in their papers the role of the environment (land, climate, disease), labour, transport, trade and of government.
Submission, date for proposals (maximum one page): 30th June 2003
Submission, date for papers accepted: 15th November 2003 (version Word 6 or more recent)
Papers will be made available to participants on the conference web site in December 2003.
Papers should not have been published or accepted for publication elsewhere.
Conference Registration Fee: 150 Euros (Students 120 Euros) payable by 31st January 2004
This is based on a model adopted at conferences held in Avignon since the mid 1990s. The aim is make the sessions as accessible as possible to all participants, to advance the debate, and to assist participants in subsequent revision of their papers.
The workshop will be organised in thematic sessions which all participants are expected to attend.
The sessions will be held in English.
Each session will be led by a discussant who will present a 30 minute summary of papers, relevant to the session topic - to be followed by discussion.
Authors will NOT be asked to present their papers personally.
It is planned to publish selected workshop papers. Authors of selected papers will be expected to revise their work in the light of the workshop discussions and editorial comment.
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