Geog 338: Food, Place, and Power
This course is intended to inform students about the relationship among
food, place, and power. We will explore how people, places, governments,
and economies are connected through food systems, and how those
connections are made possible. In addition to considering the modern
(industrial) food system, we’ll consider alternatives to it and how
those alternatives are also made to account for social, political, and
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