A publishing opportunity for anyone with an interest in the wine industry (and who doesn't?)

Kat friend Professor Danny Friedmann has asked IPKat to notify its readership about an exciting publishing opportunity for those with an interest in doing a scholarly contribution regarding wine and the wine industry.

Julien Chaisse, Fernando Dias Simões, and I have received a contract from the publisher Brill to edit a volume on “Wine Law And Policy: From National Terroirs to a Global Market.” We are looking for balanced and critical views of major aspects of wine regulation, including oenological practices, legal regime of grape varieties, organic wines, land use, plant variety rights, and environmental issues.

If you are interested in contributing a chapter, please send by June 30, 2019 a proposed chapter title, CV, and descriptive abstract to the following email addresses. If accepted, your proposed chapter should be 7,000-9,000 words in length and be completed within six months. Depending upon the proposed topic, we will decide about acceptance within 20 days, with further guidelines to follow.

Please feel free to contact any of us below if you have any questions.

Julien Chaisse-- julien.chaisse@cityu.edu.hk

Fernando Dias Simões-- fdiassimoes@cuhk.edu.hk

Danny Friedmann-- dannyfriedmann@stl.pku.edu.cn

Professor Friedman is particularly keen in hearing from the IPKat community about possible contributions on plant  variety rights, although given the diversity of the IPKat community, other topics may be equally of interest.

[Merpel wonders whether the offer includes a wine-tasking session.

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By Neil Wilkof
A publishing opportunity for anyone with an interest in the wine industry (and who doesn't?) A publishing opportunity for anyone with an interest in the wine industry (and who doesn't?) Reviewed by Neil Wilkof on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 Rating: 5

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