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Une anthropologie de la construction des climats de Bourgogne: Éléments pour une réflexion sur le classement UNESCO des climats au patrimoine mondial de l’humanité

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This chapter contributes to the debate on Terroir in Burgundy by building a sociological and anthropological argument in relation to the notion of 'climats' (an ill-defined term but one that is embodied in imagined notions of an enduring and thus authenticated social configuration) defined in the context of UNESCO recognition of the climats of Burgundy for world heritage status. The concept of resilience - defined as the ways that Burgundian communities have coped with the location of the vineyards and thus the difficult nature of growing wine at its climatic limits - is at the core of this chapter.

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Demossier, Marion (2011) Une anthropologie de la construction des climats de Bourgogne: Éléments pour une réflexion sur le classement UNESCO des climats au patrimoine mondial de l’humanité In, Garcia, J.P. (eds.) Les Climats de Bourgogne. Dijon, FR, Editions Universitaires de Dijon

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Accepted/In Press date: 2011
Organisations: Modern Languages

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Local EPrints ID: 210725
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/210725
PURE UUID: 345ba7cf-fdf3-437e-8906-194802764285

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Date deposited: 21 Feb 2012 14:39
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 10:45

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Editor: J.P. Garcia

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