Food and Feminism
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

This course examines a variety of feminist theories in its analysis of gendered relationships around the production, consumption, distribution, preparation and disposal of food, including in relation to issues of ethics, health, sexuality, politics, representation, and identity, including ethnicity and nationality. Topics include the global distribution and consumption of food, the political role food plays in reinforcing or transforming intersectional social relations, and the relationship between food and feminism in the lives of particular feminists and in the political strategies of certain feminist groups.

Additional Course Information
Registration status: senior student.