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Gender, Food and Health

This course examines food and food production as gendered practices integral to health, economy, and identity. Women's and men's relationships to food are considered through the production, serving, and consumption of food, taking into account the ways in which colonialism and global capitalism shape critical food studies. (lec 3) cr 3. Students cannot retain credit for both WGSX 3047 and WOMN 3047.

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