ANTH 133 - (CC) Food and CultureSemester Hours: 3-4
Once a Year
This course considers food from an anthropological perspective, paying particular attention to the story that food tells about interactions between cultures, power relations, the politics of hunger, the cultural construction of gender, class inequalities, and ethnic communities. Topics include the commodification of food, cultural ideologies about food, food avoidance cross-culturally, and the ways that food conveys meaning.
Credit given for this course, ANTH 188 (01) or ANTH 14S (91). [Formerly ANTH 188 01 (Food and Culture) and ANTH 14S 91 (Food and Culture).]
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