GEOG 0200

Food Geographies

Food Geographies
How do food and eating shape our social relationships and our understandings of environment and place? Where does our food come from, and what does it take to get it to us? These questions are fundamentally geographic. Exploring how food is produced, distributed, and consumed leads to a deeper understanding of the complex relationships between societies and environment. The understanding, interpretation, and analysis of these relationships define the discipline of human geography. In this course we will take a critical approach to the study of food across multiple scales, from food systems in Vermont to the global political economy of food. We will explore the political, social, cultural, and economic dimensions of food in particular spaces, places, environments, contexts, and regions, providing an advanced introduction to key concepts and modes of analysis in human geography. 3 hrs. lect./1 hr. disc.
Social Sciences
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Fall 2014

GEOG0200A-F14 Lecture (McKinney)
GEOG0200Z-F14 Discussion (McKinney)

Fall 2013

GEOG0200A-F13 Lecture (McKinney)
GEOG0200Z-F13 Discussion (McKinney)

Fall 2012

GEOG0200A-F12 Lecture (McKinney)

Winter 2012

GEOG0200A-W12 Lecture (McEntee)