History of Food
MET ML 622
The scope of the course will be global, covering civilizations of Asia, America, Africa, and Europe and how cultures of these domesticated unique staples, which literally enabled these civilizations to expand and flourish. The course will cover history of the interaction of humans with food resources from earliest hunting and gathering societies to the present. The major theme of the course will be the process of globalization, imperialism and the growth of capitalist enterprise and the cost of indigenous cultures and traditional farming practices and how these processes were shaped by trade in food. Online/blended course, face-to-face meetings TBA.
FALL 2014 Schedule
|EL||Albala||FLR 133||M 6:00 pm-9:00 pm||Blended course.
SPRG 2015 Schedule
|EL||Albala||FLR ARR||M 6:00 pm-9:00 pm||Blended course