Food, Farming, and Feminism

GSF275S

Viewing “agriculture,” “nature,” and “consumption” as pressing feminist themes and exploration of various dimensions of the cultural and political ecology/economy of producing, processing, circulating, preparing, and consuming sustenance. Particular focus on the ethical impact of U.S. policy on rural farm communities and developing nations. One course.

Crosslisting Numbers: 

ENVIRON209S
GLHLTH225S