GEOG 4772 - The Geography of Food and Agriculture Course uri icon

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  • Course examines geographies of food systems through consideration of food as both a commodity and as culture. Topics covered include the political economy of global food systems, alternative food movements, and environmental factors, as well as interactions between food and gender, race, class, and culture. Previously offered as as a special topics course. Recommended prerequisites: GEOG 1972 or GEOG 1982 or GEOG 2092.

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