INTL 3125 - Food and Globalization
Explores the relationship of the modern food system to larger complex economic, political, and cultural processes. Considers how increasing global interaction and interdependence has transformed how we grow, distribute, and consume food. Topics include: the development of the agro-industrial complex; the formation of new food preferences, eating practices, and taste publics; and, the emergence of alternative fair trade, organic, local, and slow food movements.
Credit Hours: (3)
Cross-listed Course(s): ANTH 3125 .
Most Recently Offered (Day): Spring 2018, Spring 2017, Spring 2016
Most Recently Offered (Evening): Course has not been offered at this time in the past 3 years
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