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FOOD 605 Culture and Gastronomy 3.0 Credits

This course is devoted to the study of and the wide range of sociological and anthropological implications of foodways on society and culture. Food — finding it, growing it, raising it, having it or not, what, where, how and with whom you dine are all historical and cultural determinants. No single item is more significant to the evolution of a civilization, no single item provides are more revealing window on any culture — anywhere anytime. Food fascinates and is essential. To have a knowledge and understanding of the sociological/anthropological implications of what we eat and why we ate it throughout history will serve students throughout their careers.

College/Department: College of Nursing Health Professions
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

Peace Engineering

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