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Edible Ideologies: The Politics of Food
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(Stephen, Kathleen, and Peter Naccarat. 2010. “Edible Ideologies: The Politics of Food”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


This team-taught course will draw on the instructors’ respective strengths in English and Communication Arts, as well as other humanities fields, to explore how literary and filmic representations of food and food rituals both propel and resist dominant ideologies. Students will engage with current debates over food politics, including battles over...

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Cultural Sociology
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College 200

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