ANT 267 - Food and Culture
This course introduces how food practices shape societies and cultures throughout the world. Food ways will be examined from an anthropological perspective for their social and cultural implications; this is not a survey of nutritional or dietetic sciences. Topics to be covered include: the use of food in social contexts; the symbolism of food; and the political economy of food.
Satisfies a distribution requirement in the Social Sciences and provides major credit in Anthropology.
Satisfies the Cultural Diversity Requirement.
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