Divergent Pasts, Parallel Futures? Between Competition and Co-operation in the Argentinian, Chilean and New Zealand Wine Sectors


  • Warwick E. Murray
  • John Overton




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Author Biographies

Warwick E. Murray

Warwick Murray is Professor of Human Geography at Victoria University of Wellington. His PhD from the University of Birmingham UK (1997) focused on the impact of neoliberal economic policy on peasant farmers in Chile and his current research explores broader geographies of globalization and development. He is author of Geographies of Globalisation (Routledge, 2006) and former editor-in-chief (2002-2010) of Asia Pacific Viewpoint, an international journal published by Wiley-Blackwell. He has regional specialisms in the Pacific Islands, Pacific Asia and Latin America. In 2006 he won a New Zealand Tertiary Teaching Excellence Award and this was followed in 2007 by the New Zealand Geographical Society’s President’s Medal. He is currently Director of the Geography Programme at Victoria and is founding Director of Victoria Institute for Links with Latin America. In his spare time he plays lead guitar in Wellington Cuban Trio, Cuba Blue.

John Overton

John Overton is Professor and Director of Development Studies at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. He specializes in rural development and change drawing on fieldwork from across the Asia Pacific region, Africa and, more recently, Latin America. His work on the geographies of wine investigates the uneven impact of global process in local spaces, related in particular to matters of class, land and labour. He has published widely in this area including articles in the Journal of Rural Studies, Geoforum and Globalizations.