Julie McIntyre

Julie McIntyre


Julie McIntyre is a research fellow in History at the University of Newcastle. She investigates how the growing, making, selling and drinking of Australian wine is a window to changing identities, ecologies and landscapes. Her book First Vintage: Wine in Colonial New South Wales won a Gourmand prize and was shortlisted for a NSW Premier’s History Awards. This year NewSouth will publish Julie’s new book, co-authored with John Germov, which has the working title Talking with the Earth: The Hunter Valley wine community since 1828. Julie is the State Library of NSW’s 2018 Merewether Fellow and assistant editor of the Journal of Wine Research (UK).


All sessions by Julie McIntyre

MASTERCLASS: Making family and local histories global

06 Apr 2018
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
University of Newcastle NeW Space // Cnr Hunter and Auckland Streets Room X201 (Enter on Hunter Street)