Undergraduate Catalog 2019-2020

GEG 312 Food, Self, and Society(RLA)

(Also ANT 312/SOC 312/WGS 312). 4 hours; 4 credits. A sociological, anthropological, and geographical examination of the ways in which the production and consumption of food shape and are shaped by the self and the social world. A major theme of the course will be the gendering of food through topics such as women's traditional roles as home cooks. women laborers in global food production, and female body image. Particular attention will be given to the meaning of practices of eating, preparing and sharing food for the individual family, community, and nation, and how these practices are influenced by larger forces such as social inequality and globalization. Students are expected to conduct primary research. Prerequisite: ENG 151 and (ANT 201 or SOC 201). 

Credits

4

Cross Listed Courses

ANT 312/SOC 312/WGS 312