Gender, Food and Power
Formerly: WS 205
Explores how food functions as a central ingredient in the production of gendered and intersectional identities and communities. Considers how colonialism, globalization and power relations affect foodways (the practices associated with the production, sourcing, distribution, preparation and consumption of food) and power in globalized and North American food systems. Examines some of the ways in which communities are seeking to enhance food security and work toward food sovereignty and food justice.
- Credit will be granted for only one of GNDR 201, WS 205.