ATH 405/505 Food, Taste, and Desire (3)

Explores food consumption as a meaningful practice embedded in local, national, and global relations and in social, economic, and political contexts. Topics include history of food consumption; food and power; nation, the state, and food; gender, sexuality and consumption; consumption, marketing, and subjectivity; globalization; hunger and memory; need, taste, and desire; and food aesthetics, moralities, and poetics.

Recommended prerequisite: ATH 175 or any other 100-300 level Anthropology course. CAS-C.

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