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PHIL 320 Philosophy of Food and Culture


The course is an interdisciplinary investigation into the philosophical and cultural dimensions of food. Using a variety of theoretical perspectives and models, the course examines issues of gender, ethnicity, class, consumption, agribusiness, global politics, and semiotics while we attempt to understand the complex ways in which social norms, cultural meaning, and economic realities underlie food habits.

Repeatable: N
Formerly CULS 320
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Prerequisites CULS 101 Introduction to Cultural Studies  or CULS 101H Introduction to Cultural Studies: Honors  or PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy  or MEDI 201 Culture, Race and Media  or MEDI 201H Culture, Race and Media: Honors  
Minimum Credits 3 Maximum Credits 3





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