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Vin et altérité : Le vin à l’épreuve des sciences humaines

Abstract : As a reflection of a terroir and a landscape, as an emblem of a region, a nation or a civilisation, wine also facilitates a connection between cultural dimensions that we are used to discriminating in our everyday representations (human/divine, human/animal, noble/common, beautiful/monstruous, natural/artificial). It is thus a vector of alterity, an invitation to go towards the other, to modify or alter one's vision of the world, to cross not only regional and national borders, but also the threshold between the profane and the sacred. It was therefore essential to combine the thoughts of wine professionals with those of researchers from many areas of the human sciences, from history to economics, linguistics, semiotics, communication sciences and literary criticism.
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Augustin Voegele, Sonia Goldblum, Thomas Nicklas, Frédérique Toudoire-Surlapierre, Michel Faure. Vin et altérité : Le vin à l’épreuve des sciences humaines. Augustin Voegele; Sonia Goldblum; Thomas Nicklas; Frédérique Toudoire-Surlapierre; Michel Faure. Vin et altérité, Oct 2018, Mulhouse, France. Éditions et Presses universitaires de Reims, 2020, 9782374960791. ⟨hal-02547317⟩



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