Food & Culture (ESW 207)

This survey course introduces students to the study of Food & Culture, unraveling, in a regional approach, how historically and geographically meeting our human nutritional needs has been intertwined with the evolution of our modern eating habits. Beginning with the traditional beliefs and practices of the earliest global villages and continuing into today's American 'Melting Pot' of great culinary diversity, this course takes a multicultural and multiethnic approach to food and regional geography.

Term Location Sections Available
2020 Summer Semester - 6 Week Sections - Second Group
Virtual Campus (Online)
2020 Fall Semester - 15 Week Sections
Virtual Campus (Online)
2020 Fall Semester - 7 Week Sections - Second Group
Virtual Campus (Online)