INTS 370: Sustainable Food Systems
INTS 370-001: Sustainable Food Systems
10:30 AM to 01:10 PM R
West Building 1007
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Course Information from the University Catalog
Examines the evolution of US food systems with particular emphasis on the national capital region. Students place conventional agriculture and food systems in historical context; examine changing representations of food systems in film, literature, and other media; and research alternative systems that emphasize sustainability. Through a combination of classroom work and experiential learning, this course asks students to contemplate how capitalism, industrialization, and environmental ethics shape our land, culture, and society. Limited to three attempts.
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