Food, Farming, and Feminism

GSF275

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.

Food Farming Feminism

Crosslisting Numbers: 

ENVIRON209
GLHLTH225
HIST221

Curriculum Codes: 

CCI, EI, SS