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Miss Clelia Viecelli 

Postgraduate Research Student

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Clelia Viecelli is a doctoral researcher within Modern Languages and Linguistics at the University of Southampton.

Clelia holds a BA (Hons) in Ethno-Anthropological Disciplines from the University of Siena, Italy and an MSc in Social Anthropology from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her PhD research project is an ethnographic account of the work and lives of female ‘natural’ wine producers in Italy. In particular, it investigates how nature and culture are conceptualised and negotiated in ‘natural’ winemaking, and how these wines reflect an alternative worldview marked by an acute sense of modernity and its complexities. 

Research interests

Anthropology of Wine, Ethnographic research methods, Sensory ethnography, Anthropology of globalisation, Italian wine culture

PhD supervision

Supervisors: Prof Marion Demossier, Dr Heidi Armbruster

PhD research title: Crafting alternatives through wine: An ethnography of female ‘natural’ wine producers in Italy

Affiliate research group

Debating Ethnography

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Miss Clelia Viecelli
Email: c.viecelli@soton.ac.uk
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