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SOC 270 Race, Power, Food


Credits: 5
Examines the politics of nutrition in the age of globalization by focusing on issues of race, ethnicity, and gender. Students will revisit, re-envision, and re-articulate dominant understandings of history and culture as they relate to food, learn about dominant and alternative foodways, and explore interdependence among diverse cultures. Mandatory decimal grading.
Prerequisite Recommended: ENGL& 101  with a 2.0 or better is recommended (may be taken concurrently).
When Typically Offered: Fall, Winter, Spring Meets Requirements for Multicultural Understanding:
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