ANTH 154 Food, Culture, and Economy

Credit Hours: 
3.00
Course Description: 

All people have to eat to live, but food is a cultural celebration that embraces much more than human survival. Explores the rich cross-cultural variety of food traditions and the ways that food in all cultures creates group identity; marks class status and ethnicity; and involves religion, gender, economics, politics, power, and more. Students are introduced to the structure of global food systems in order to better understand the social, cultural, and political implications of US food traditions in relation to those of other cultures.

Prerequisites: 
ENG 131 eligible
Co-requisites: 
None