Creator: Melissa L. Caldwell
This online course introduces students to social practices, political processes, and cultural contexts that shape food production and consumption while considering identity, heritage, choice, power, agency, body practices, belonging, access, safety, and security. It prioritizes California case studies, with comparative examples from around the world.
General Education code(s): PE-H
Type of course and Credit: Online, 5 units
Course first offered: Spring 2019